Local designer creates visual identities for local businesses and organizations.
How a state-mandated policy intended to save money impacts an impoverished region of Ohio.
A small-town fine jeweler serves the community he loves by crafting wearable works of art.
The Hockhocking Adena Bikeway offers cyclists a scenic route to award-winning craft breweries.
Stealing Athens Bricks is a longstanding tradition among OU students, but it comes at a cost to the city.
Athens joined many others in the movement for gun law reformation with the March For Our Lives rally last Saturday.
She Leads OHIO provides students with the skills and confidence to reach their full potential in and out of the workplace.
OU’s archivist strives to find and teach the human side of history.
An OU alumna shares optimism through an environmental protection organization.
An OU alumna is making waves at The Atlantic.
A volunteer organization emphasizes sustainable community development and connection.
Ohio University alumni chapter partners with a global organization to send love around the world.
Without a good spot, watching the sunset can really feel like waste of time, which is why it’s helpful to know the best places in Athens to watch the sunset.
Hundreds of students joined together to show their support for the Take Back The Night March.
UNCHAINED empowers communities to raise awareness of human trafficking in the U.S. and provides survivors with higher education through fashion shows, student groups and a survivor scholarship fund.
The Young Women Leadership Program teaches young girls empowerment and leadership skills through their weekly meetings and mentorships.
Environmental advocacy takes root among landowners of Athens.
With the help of Rural Action, local activists are turning toxic acid mine drainage into paint.
Margaret “Rootie” Covelle has spent a lifetime paving the way for other women in her field.
The Ohio University observatory gives viewers the opportunity to witness the unfiltered night sky.
Backdroppers share their favorite memories from the OU Civil Ride, which took students through southern cities that played a pivotal role in the civil rights movement during the 1950s and 1960.
An Ohio University student recounts her journey to recovery and strength after being sexually assaulted.
One Backdropper shares her experience overseas.