With National Coffee Day on Friday, Sept. 29, students and business owners reflect on what coffee means in Athens.
The annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival was held at Lake Snowden this weekend which included vendors, education tents, food stands, music and many other local goodies.
After OU’s switch from Pepsi to Coke this past summer, students discuss their opinions on the change. While some view it as a success, others view it as a tragedy.
Locals, visitors and students gather on Saturday mornings to shop for their favorite local products with everything from produce to coffee and flowers.
Students share their reaction after Donald Trump's mugshot went viral almost a week ago.
With exams fast approaching, students provide their best studying advice and their favorite spots to study.
With the start of the fall and the turning of the leaves, students often like to enjoy their favorite drinks while studying and enjoying the view of orange and red. While for some a simple drink from the dining hall or local convenience store fridge will do the trick, others enjoy intricate and beautifully crafted coffees with flavors to remind them of fall. Video filmed and edited by: Cassie Dye Interviews by: Gabrielle Cabanes Read the full story here: https://www.thepostathens.com/article/2022/10/favorite-silly-little-drinks-2022 Visit our website: https://www.thepostathens.com/ Find us on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepostathens/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePost Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePostAthens