Current and former students from around the world have a copious amount of memories from their time at OU, and they believe their experiences have helped shape them into who they are today.
The Homecoming parade is back, and several student organizations are prepping for the return and marching on Saturday.
Here is what my parents rocked out to at OU’s Homecomings 25 years ago.
Multiple Athens businesses said they are continuing their masking policies throughout Homecoming but are not expecting to face any problems.
This year, Alden Library will host a digital and in-person exhibit for Homecoming 2021, which will consist of various historical readings and imagery of Ohio University.
Ohio’s stats showed improvement in its first win of the season.
In the early months of the pandemic, southeast Ohioans initiated several mutual aid initiatives of their own.
How miscommunication led to disconnect: looking at the tension between OU administration and OU students and facultyBy Claire Schiopota | Sep. 16, 2021
Faculty and students feel that the administration should be more transparent, while the administration feels there are processes they don’t understand.
In the late ‘90s and early 2000s, Swarm of Dykes was an active group on campus that fought for visibility of LGBTQ+ individuals. Their extremist style in their progressive efforts ultimately impacted the creation of various resources present at OU for queer students today.
Students and experts weigh in on their view of the legacy of 9/11 for the generation born on and after Sept. 11, 2001.
Specialized resources hold a higher level of importance in communities with intersectional identities.
A group of student workers were told to remove their pronouns from their name tags despite OU’s dedication and involvement in respecting their students’ gender identities.
Tettleton hopes to give current Bobcats the same treatment he received when he was quarterback for Ohio.
From political pleas to marriage memos, the walls have seen it all.
From family drama to ants in the mail, here's a recap of some of the more interesting police dispatches from the summer.
Seniors lost nearly half their time in college -- don’t take any of it for granted.
Those butterflies in your stomach? They won’t always be from nerves.