The Athena Grand is hosting a screening of “Pitch Perfect” on Wednesday for its anniversary so its fans can enjoy the a capella groups perform on the big screen for the first time in a decade.
Ever since Akisa Fukuzawa returned to Ohio University to receive her PhD, she’s been investigating why women aren’t included in America’s favorite pastime.
From Sept. 9 to the 10, the Central Region Humanities Center is putting on the Black Life in the Ohio Valley Conference where speakers will discuss a variety of topics relating to Black history.
As WPA Recruitment begins, students share their thoughts on going panhellenic.
On Sept. 7, the Accounting, Finance and Business Career Fair will host 86 companies for students to network and find employment opportunities. Meanwhile, the Multicultural Student Business Caucus is also investing time into creating community and professional development skills for students.
The first ever Eco Fest took place on Aug. 30 and provided students with opportunities to get involved in sustainable and environmental organizations on campus.
August 26, a day in the U.S. is dedicated to commemorating the 19th Amendment’s certification into the Constitution and the continued fight for women’s equality.
The Black Student Union, Multicultural Center and Division of Diversity and Inclusion organized the Multicultural Expo for Aug. 25.
Sometimes it feels like college will always be overwhelming, but students have found that the people around them and the activities they love to do can ground them.