RaeLynn will perform Friday with Sara Evans and Kalie Shorr.
The singer wrote 115 songs for his new album and chose the “unicorns.”
Matt Eich graduated from Ohio University in 2008 with a degree in photojournalism. During his time in Athens, he took a particular interest in the rampant poverty in southeast Ohio. While he was in school, he started documenting how the loss of industry in an area that once boomed with prosperity affected the lives of the people who lived there.
Chris “Abyss” Park is a professional wrestler and an Ohio University alumnus. Park attended OU on a football scholarship where he played offensive guard, according to ESPN. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in sport industry in 1991, he went on to get his master's degree in sports administration. Currently he works for TNA-Impact, a professional wrestling television program produced by one of the most popular wrestling franchises, Total Nonstop Action, where he has been for almost fifteen years.
Pascal Guyon is a three-time Grammy nominee. He is a French music producer who has found much success working with artists known for their big voices, such as Leona Lewis and Anthony Hamilton. He has also done work in the Latin, jazz and classical scenes. I wanted to hear insight from a seasoned producer with a diverse resume.
Rachel Green from Friends recently came to Athens, went to class and walked the bricks. Well, not Rachel exactly, but students who spotted Ava Willford last week might have thought she was the beloved character from Friends.
Evan Leonard captured the Athens area and OU's campus from a new angle as he used a drone to shoot some captivating footage.
In its first week, The Perfect 10 received more than 10,000 downloads and quickly went viral.
Mishka Shubaly, a singer originally from Ontario, will perform with Star Anna from Washington at Jackie O’s on Sunday.
Ed Lachman, a cinematographer who worked on "Carol," talks about his style choices and other decisions he makes while filming.
Ohio University student Julian Howard talks with The Post about his new role in the upcoming biopic Miles Ahead.
Q&A: Successful Ohio University grad Cori McCarthy sets third young adult fiction novel at The RidgesBy Alexis Eichelberger | Apr. 4, 2016
The Post asked Cori McCarthy how Athens became the setting of her third published young adult fiction novel.
Professor Francis Xavier Clooney from Harvard Divinity School will speak about Hinduism and the holy book Bhagavad Gita.
Q&A: Ohio alumnus aims to shed light on victims' families 40 years after infamous Evansville plane crashBy Tony Wolfe | Mar. 28, 2016
A former Ohio alumnus and Post reporter is making a documentary aiming to shed light on the infamous Evansville plane crash of 1977.
Candidates for senate's executive positions answer questions about their ticket in anticipation of the upcoming election.
Paul Bolin, the guitarist for Columbus metal band Denounce Your Martyr, spoke with The Post before the upcoming free metal show at Casa Nueva.
LGBT Center, Hillel at OU team up to bring professional comedian to campus as part of Performing Arts and Concert Series.
The co-producer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story graduated in 2005 at Ohio University with a bachelor's degree in telecommunications.