An organization started by two former Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington students has been selected to be part of the Fairfield Leadership class. No Limits Athletics is run by Cody Sarensen and Rachel Berens.
Students who attended Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s annual scholarship recognition banquet now know the story of a scholarship that made many college dreams possible in Fairfield County.
The productions put on by the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program in the Wagner Theatre are getting high praise around the region. However, with some improvements to the theatre, the productions could be taken to the next level.
R. Michael Pettit took the road less travelled when he graduated from Sheridan High School in Somerset in 1974. He didn’t go straight to college, he signed up for the U.S. Marine Corps.
Paramount Pictures Costume Archivist Randall Thropp has come full circle by bringing the "Designing Woman: Edith Head at Paramount 1924 – 1967" exhibit to his hometown this summer.
The Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Coordinating Council has two new members who both bring a Hocking County regional campus connection to the group.
Dr. Gary Taylor has been teaching at the University of Alabama since 1996. But, the associate professor of Accounting said he learned how to teach in a college classroom while taking classes in the mid-1980s at Ohio University Lancaster.
A dedication ceremony will be held July 11 for a new Ohio Historical Marker for the John Bright Number 2 Covered Bridge on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. Watch a slideshow of pictures from the original move.
The 4th Annual No Limits Athletics Basketball Camp will be held July 21 – 23 at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus.
Viewers of the next exhibition at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio will be able to travel through cinematic time thanks to interactive technology programmed by an Ohio University Lancaster Alumna and Adjunct Professor.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington will be a big part of the first-ever “On the Green Weekend” in Athens this month. The Ohio University Alumni Association event is taking place May 30-June 1.
The annual Bobcat Caravan will make a stop on Tuesday, May 20, at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. The event will include an appearance by the new Ohio Men's Basketball Head Coach Saul Phillips.
Undergraduate Commencement speaker, Charles “Chuck” R. Stuckey Jr. shared his personal and professional journey – one that began as an undergraduate on OHIO’s Lancaster Campus.
Celebrate Women and WOUB’s premiere screening of “Our Town: Lancaster” made Ohio University Lancaster’s Wagner Theatre the place to be on Friday and Saturday.
A man who grew up in Lancaster, and got his educational start at Ohio University Lancaster, will serve as Ohio University’s 2014 Undergraduate Commencement speaker in Athens this May.
When Jared Schoenlaub, 25, graduated from high school, he was a little lost. Schoenlaub graduated from Cincinnati Elder High School but ended up in Fairfield County shortly thereafter.
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis expressed thanks to supporters of the Lancaster Campus and Pickerington Center Thursday.
Arts and culture are very important to Dean and Cathie DeRolph. So, supporting the fundraising effort for the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre was something that they both knew was right for them.
Finals week is quickly approaching and the Ohio University Alumni Association is sending a massage therapist to campus to help.
The new Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Endowed Scholarship Wall is a symbol of the lives that have been changed by scholarships on campus and the lives that will be changed in the future.
Students with an interest in business or nursing have a new scholarship to apply for at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus or Pickerington Center.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington is launching a new marketing campaign this month with a new slogan, "Imagine Your Possibilities."
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An Ohio University Lancaster graduate is getting some recognition for his work in music. Craig Heath was recently featured in the Lancaster Eagle Gazette.
Frances Ilene Oatney's oldest son said one of his mother's proudest accomplishments was graduating from Ohio University. She was one of the first students to enroll at the Ohio University Lancaster Campus when it opened in 1956.
Pickerington Public Library Director Suellen Goldsberry was presented with the award at the Day of Athena Leadership Development Conference held at the Ohio University Pickerington Center on Friday, May 17.
Jeani Allen is a rarity. The Lancaster native calls herself a "woman in a man’s world." But, she's 100% okay with that.
The annual Bobcat Caravan makes its fifth stop of 2013 in Lancaster this coming Wednesday, May 15, at the Ohio University Lancaster campus.
The Sherman Rotary Club of Lancaster has established a scholarship at Ohio University Lancaster to help non-traditional students complete their degree.
About 500 degrees were recognized this spring at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington. Approximately 140 of the graduates chose to walk in the Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Honors Convocation Ceremony on Friday, May 3.
Ohio University Lancaster Health Technology Assistant Professor Debra Smith was valedictorian of the Fairfield Union High School class of 1971. Muskingum College offered her a full ride scholarship, but she was not allowed to accept it.
The sounds of Master Flautist Galen Abdur-Razzaq filled the Fairfield National Bank lobby in downtown Lancaster Friday morning.
Dr. Carol Christy was known as a professor who had a zest for life and a passion for her Ohio University Lancaster Campus students. Her death in June, 2012 did not squelch either of those things.
Todd McCullough of Lancaster is the first winner of the Ohio University Lancaster Krile Family Student Leadership Award.