Legacy articles

I Do, OU

The week of their wedding in October 2014, Sarah and Bryan Cassell found themselves driving under the gleam of a double rainbow on their way into Athens from Boston. When the Ohio University alumni took their wedding photos a few days later, a bald eagle flew by a few feet in front of them. Just

State of Action

Originally printed in Vol. 7, Issue 2 Photos provided by University Archives, Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections, Ohio University Libraries. *** “Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,  We’re finally on our own.  This summer I hear the drumming, Four dead in Ohio.”  Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young crafted these lyrics to their ballad “Ohio” after

Staples of Athens

Originally published Fall 2013 Relics of the past linger on every street block and in every building, but what are the tales behind these timeless treasures? Walking along the crisscrossing brick paths on College Green, people see the sun bursting through dozens of old trees, casting light on the objects and traditions that define Athens. That is, besides the lingering