|Speaking Bobcats enjoying another successful season|
Ohio University Forensics Team, also known as the Speaking Bobcats, continue to impress as they head toward nationals with an excellent record.
|Campus Involvement Center to host team of ice carvers Dec. 3|
The Campus Involvement Center will be hosting a team of professional ice carvers who will be creating ice sculptures at three locations on the Athens Campus on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
|International students celebrate Thanksgiving at Atrium Cafe|
On Tuesday, Nov. 25, a steady stream of students at Atrium Cafe in Grover Center experienced a taste of a traditional Thanksgiving meal, complete with turkey, stuffing, gravy, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, carrots and dessert, all prepared and served buffet style by faculty, staff, and students.
|Students asked to participate in survey on hunger, food insecurity|
OHIO's Counseling and Psychological Services is asking students on the Athens Campus to participate in an online survey about hunger and food insecurity, the results of which will help determine the need for developing a food pantry on the Athens Campus.
|Thanksgiving Break in Athens|
Ohio University’s Thanksgiving Break begins for all students on Wednesday, Nov. 26 (no classes) and the entire University will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28. <br />For the OHIO students who remain on campus, it will be quieter than usual, but there are a few things happening to help bridge the long holiday weekend.
|Ohio University Eastern education students volunteer to help community|
Under the direction of Jacqueline Yahn, middle childhood education coordinator/lecturer at Ohio University Eastern, OUE education majors are tutoring middle school students, offering small lesson plans and assisting the teachers of the East Central Ohio Educational Service Center with the 21st Century Grant After School Achievement Program.
|Students, community unite in march for social justice|
Hundreds of Ohio University students and community members marched through Uptown Athens and the Athens Campus from the College Green on Wednesday, Oct. 22, to show solidarity in support of racial, social and economic justice and to rally against police brutality in communities worldwide.