Ohio University student Julian Howard talks with The Post about his new role in the upcoming biopic Miles Ahead.
Hip-Hop in Athens has been around since the birth of the subculture movement in the South Bronx 1970s, but as the years progress, the culture of hip-hop remains a mystery to most students on campus.
Three Ohio University students started the Ohio University Magician’s Association.
While black men have Chop Shop and a few other options, black female students are left without many hair care options in Athens.
The Ohio University Women’s Center co-sponsored “#SayHerName: Remembering Black Women and Girls Killed by the Police” in the Multicultural Center.
The event will be an interactive workshop that includes quilt making.
Two members of BLAC are designing Ohio University’s first cultural competency class that teaches about various intersections of race and cultural diversity.
Casa Nueva to host benefit show this Thursday to raise money for an Athens musician’s medical expensesBy Candice Wilder | Jan. 6, 2016
“I planned the entire show and helped book LARRY, Lee Harvey Haight, The Heartlanders, Supernobody and Sacred Rats to see if they were down to perform,” Josh Brown, the booking coordinator of Casa Nueva, said.
Members of Ohio University’s Black Student Union are organizing to paint the graffiti wall near Bentley Hall in response to a recent incident of vandalism in Athens and problems across the country.
The Union Bar & Grille was a home for the monthly Hip Hop Shops located in Athens. Now that it’s gone, members fear for the loss of hip hop culture in Athens.