Cynthia Mendenhall, an author, speaker and self-proclaimed adventurer, will be hosting a Writer’s Series event on Sept. 15. The Post sat down with Mendenhall and talked about her past and current work as well as the upcoming event.
His album, The Moving Company, is out now.
OU history professor, Victoria Lee, discusses her travel plans this past summer while discussing the impact of traveling has on teaching.
McKenna Black gives The Post a 2021 recruitment process guide.
Linscott spends summer rolling out new majors and going to the beach with family.
The Post sat down with Lanae Lang, a junior studying communication studies and a ROTC cadet on scholarship to serve in the Air Force after college, to talk about OU’s ROTC program, the different types of people in ROTC and common misconceptions about ROTC.
Freshman Turner Burton to release new synthwave single ‘Like a Dream’ with professional artist, Megan McDuffeeBy Juliana Colant | Mar. 26, 2021
Listen to “Like a Dream” April 2.
Get to know Ohio volleyball star Mariana Rodrigues.
Seth Archer, Alexis Eichelberger, Marisa Fernandez, Bennett Leckrone and Alex McCann sit down to talk about their work and The Post.
Van Allen founded Color of Music Collective in May 2020.
Anything you can imagine putting on fries, FRY’D probably has.
Q&A: Paige Kirby, owner of self-run brand Whatever Makes You Happy, promotes inclusivity and self confidenceBy Juliana Colant | Jan. 28, 2021
Kirby talks about wanting to produce clothing items one can feel like their best selves in.
The Post’s Photo Editor Nate Swanson shares his feelings about placing second in the Hearst Journalism Awards Competition.
IRIS’ latest single, “Them,” releases Wednesday, Dec. 16.
His transparency and authenticity is evident as he dives into his new project.
Chang talks about her experiences with #WitchTok, visualization, readings, manifesting and more.
Brian Koscho is an Athens resident and current grad student at Ohio University.
The city-county health department trusts Ohio University and its COVID-19 plans.
Women In Music is an organization with a goal of making progress in the advancement of women’s positions in the music industry.
Fisher owns the restaurant with his wife, Aysha.