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.
The start of the school year can be overwhelming for many reasons — school work, the feeling of being somewhere other than home or keeping up with a social life. However, for many, the first year of college is a time to carve out potential pathways and find a niche.
At Ohio University, there are several centers and student organizations that provide resources, programming and social events for students that represent different minority groups.
Ohio University’s dining halls plan to return to in-person dining for the Fall Semester with a to-go option. A new green to-go box will cost $5.
Sherman said he wants OU to be inclusive to all, and he plans to use his business background to open critical conversation with students and faculty.
Professors have been worried about the future of academic programs with the recent cuts.
Athens, OU leaders thought they deserved a say in the university’s next president. The decision happened without them.By Molly Wilson and Ryan Maxin | June 10, 2021
Groups like Faculty Senate and the American Association of University Professors hoped for more representation and transparency during the appointment process.
Music producers are the heartbeat of music, and each of them have their own preferences when it comes to their creative processes.
Increased popularity of true crime entertainment raises questions about the difference between enjoyment and obsession.