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  • The Self-Love Club

    As a teenager, Mia Johnson struggled with her appearance. “Like everyone else, I’ve always struggled with my personal body image and I had a lot of issues in high school with not eating,” Johnson, a senior studying psychology, says. “… I’m on my own personal body positive journey, so...
  • Sip Of The Week: West End Cider House’s Moscow Mule

    Customers of the West End Cider House will be satisfied if they are searching for a new and improved drink of choice. For the young people of Athens, some may be experiencing what it means to be 21 and enjoying the wide world of cocktails for the first time....
  • Acroyoga Group Cultivates Trust and Unity

    Suspended in the air by just the feet of her childhood best friend, sophomore Jemeia Hope balances casually; her body models the act of sitting on a chair. Hands placed nonchalantly on knees, she engages freely in conversation with the person she has trusted for a lifetime, Logan Black....
  • Andy Grammer Delivers Upbeat Performance at Memorial Auditorium

    Pop music fans of all ages packed inside Ohio University’s Memorial Auditorium on Monday night, laughing and dancing to the pre-show music coming from the speakers. Fans waited not-so-patiently for 33-year-old pop icon Andy Grammer to appear on stage and blow them away. As Grammer took the stage, the...
  • Five New Shows To Catch This Fall

    The leaves on the trees are starting to change and the Emmys just aired, which means new fall television series are on their way. Check out these new shows worth watching and give them a chance!   Young Sheldon (CBS) Fans of “The Big Bang Theory” will love the...
  • Two Ways To Get Moving This Weekend

    Athens residents looking to enjoy the not-so-fall-like weather this weekend will have two opportunities to raise funds, as well as their heart rates. Both the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) and Habitat for Humanity of Southeast Ohio are hosting charity walks Saturday. The second annual NEDA walk, organized by...
  • Cleveland Politician Nina Turner Discusses Politics, Current Issues During ’90 Minutes’ Series

    Nina Turner wants to make one thing clear: “I’m a Hell-raising humanitarian; I just happen to be a Democrat.” The politician and former Ohio state senator has never fit into labels. During her talk at OHIO, as part of the 90 Minutes Conversation Series, she spoke on her past,...
  • Bobcats Who Care: Helping Students Understand How To Help Others

    For members of the Bobcat family at Ohio University, supporting fellow Bobcats who are isolated or depressed can be difficult. Bobcats Who Care, founded in 2013, is a gatekeeper training program that helps people develop the skills necessary to support their peers. According to the Bobcats Who Care website,...
  • Tech Deals For Bobcat Steals

    Technology governs much of college life, and with constant updates and repairs, this necessity comes at a high price.Thankfully, there are outlets available to students for extra savings. The Bobcat Depot in Baker Center offers several routes for students in need of a new laptop. The Depot also assists...
  • Vegan Cooking Workshop Stirs Up Local Flavor

    The smell of cooking curry wafts up the basement stairs of United Campus Ministry (UCM) Tuesday evening. As volunteers chop vegetables, fill water cups and add chunks of tofu to a simmering stew, it is clear that the Athens Vegan Cooking Workshop is in full swing. Located at 18...
  • Jeff Hall Renovations Create Multipurpose Space For Students

    A golden sign on the front of the building marks its relative antiquity to the current students at Ohio University — “1956.” Upon entering, however, that notion is quickly silenced. Despite what the sign says, Jefferson Hall on East Green is a masterwork of some of the most modern...
  • You’ve Got Mail…Maybe?

    One of the first things returning students noticed this year was a change in the process of picking up mail. In past years, students picked up mail in their residence halls during a specific time period. This year Ohio University decided to condense the process by creating centralized locations...
  • Sip of the Week: Donkey Coffee’s Lavender Latte

    Everyone’s favorite essential oil is having a moment. Lavender is popping up in food everywhere, from lemonade to cupcakes and of course, lattes. Every coffee shop in town has their own version of the lavender latte, and Donkey Coffee’s offering does not disappoint. Delicately sweet and aromatic, lavender syrup...
  • Nick Kellogg is making strides overseas

    As he walked off the court in St. Louis, Missouri, during the Sweet 16 round of the 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament, Nick Kellogg realized his talent stood out on one of the sport’s biggest stages. “That was a pretty big moment for myself,” Kellogg says. “I mean people told...
  • Iridescent Beetles are Boring Through Athens’ Ash Trees

    Photo provided by the Ohio Department of Agriculture The sun had barely risen over Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania., but a crowd of spectators had already amassed early Monday morning– Groundhog Day. An even larger collection of people huddled around their televisions and computers, seeking answers from the furry oracle. Around 7:25...

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