Each of Ohio University’s affiliated performing arts groups have productions planned for the upcoming fall semester. With the coronavirus pandemic still a prominent issue, each of the programs aim to keep the shows afloat, while still remaining cautious of health concerns.
Studying inside can become monotonous; working outside is a great way to add some variety to your study sessions.
In Athens, there are numerous local businesses that carry unique and essential items that students may desire to buy. With the school year beginning, local businesses describe their offerings for students to stock up on when they are out shopping on and around campus.
Geoff Carlston values education through athletics.
The pandemic forced the Athena to close for approximately 16 months. In July, the theater reopened its doors and began showing movies in-person again.
New Greek Life students will be required to take one of the five sections of the course.
Now that college athletes in the U.S. can profit off of their name, image, and likeness, the incentive for athletes to further their careers and their education at universities is larger than ever.
With the university welcoming students back on campus, many are experiencing their first taste of Athens. OU’s Campus Recreation has been preparing for an eventful fall.
The solution is not putting more restrictions that are bound to be broken, but rather encouraging those who aren’t to get vaccinated.
Coach Tim Albin spoke about Ohio’s approach to vaccinations and preventing potential outbreaks of COVID-19.
From players getting drafted to new coaching hires, here’s what you need to catch up on from the Bobcats this summer.