Frigid temperatures prompt the spread of seasonal illnesses, filling classrooms with the sounds of coughing and uncovered sneezes. By February’s start, most students have stockpiled tissues and wiped medicine shelves bare.
Around the same time students began shifting out of residence halls and packing up apartment belongings in preparation for winter break, a portion of Hudson Hall also began a move-out process of its own.
While most holiday shoppers cater their gift lists to family members and loved ones, many residents in Athens County are shopping for people they’ve never met.
The plea to end the first semester-long period of classes at Ohio University in decades has students peddling unfamiliar terrain, such as witnessing their first Athens tree lighting and celebrating holidays in the dorms.
Much like the warnings inscribed on the packaging of contraceptives, practitioners also caution students that testing doesn’t guarantee a clean bill of sexual health.
Fizzy beverages boasting a high caffeine content might be as popular in aiding late-night study marathons as they are in prodding visits to the local health center.
Though gynecological appointments are wont to invite myriad questions, deconstructing the contraception conundrum to find suitable, inexpensive birth control might not be as complex.