Spring Fest 2015 gets underway next week. This year’s theme is “Spring into Action.” Many of the events during the week of activities will raise funds for organizations throughout the community.
Ohio University Lancaster’s Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega is the first regional campus chapter to be awarded a charter by APO Nationals.
Students in the Ohio University Lancaster STRUM Club are spreading their love of the guitar to the next generation. Each week, they are teaching students at Lancaster’s Tarhe Elementary School how to play.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus Chapter of the Ohio Student Education Association has been selected as a finalist for an Outstanding Programming Award at Ohio University.
The Ohio University Lancaster American Sign Language Club is holding a scavenger hunt on campus this Friday.
The Ohio University Lancaster Chapter of the Ohio Student Education Association received fourth place in the “Why is Public Education Important?” video contest held by the Patton College of Education on the Athens Campus.
Ohio University Lancaster’s chapter of the Ohio Student Education Association is doing its part to help local elementary school students succeed in the classroom.
Students from Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington took the lessons they learned during International Education Week and helped the refugee community in central Ohio.
Ohio University Lancaster’s student organization Phi Theta Kappa is in the process of collecting items for the annual Adopt-A-Family Drive.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington is proud to announce the keynote speaker for Celebrate Women 2015 -- Race and Gender Justice Activist Naomi Tutu.
Ohio University Lancaster’s Guitar Club (STRUM) will present a holiday concert on Wednesday, December 3, 2014, from 2:15-3:00 p.m. in the Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts.
Students from Ohio University Lancaster’s teacher education programs are still talking about the amazing teaching techniques they learned when they attended Lancaster City School’s TeachToberfest last month.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s Leadership Enhancement Acquisition Delegation (L.E.A.D.) will be learning about managing service projects and event planning during an all-day seminar this Friday.
Education professors and the Ohio Student Education Association at OUL are working to make sure that teacher candidates on campus are prepared for the real world upon graduation.
There is a new student organization at the Ohio University Pickerington Center, and its mission is to grow new things in the ground while growing student involvement at the center.
The annual OUL Spring Fest will kick off this weekend. This year’s event runs April 12 - 17. The week is packed with fun events and theme days to encourage students to participate by dressing up.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s student organization, Lambda Pi Eta, won the Scripps College of Communication Student Organization of the Year award.
An Ohio University Lancaster student wants to shatter the silence surrounding human trafficking and encourage others on campus to take action.
If you think you’ve noticed a lot of students with guitars on the Lancaster Campus lately, you are not imagining things.
Ohio University Lancaster student organization Lambda Pi Eta wants to make sure children in our region have the tools for early reading success.
Ohio University Lancaster student organization Alpha Phi Omega is teaming up with the American Red Cross to have blood drives on campus each semester. The latest drive was held on Thursday in the Wilkes Art Gallery in Brasee Hall.
Children in families dealing with domestic violence are getting a special gift this holiday season from a group at Ohio University Lancaster.
Another honor has been bestowed upon the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program. The entire cast of “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been asked to perform one scene from the show at the Kennedy Center College Theatre Festival in January.
Students in Alpha Phi Omega at Ohio University Lancaster spent their Saturday night wrapping gifts for their annual Adopt-a-Family.
The Phi Theta Kappa Adopt-a-Family Drive this year was once again a success. PTK students attribute that to the generosity of those on campus.
For the second year, Lambda Pi Eta is conducting a “Support Your Troops Supply Drive” for U.S. troops stationed overseas. The supplies will be collected for about three weeks and sent to troops in Afghanistan.
Students from Ohio University Lancaster volunteered over the weekend making sure lost soldiers are always remembered. The Traveling Vietnam Wall was on display at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds in Lancaster and was open to the public.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and students in the Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Human Services Technology program are taking part in events on campus and in the community to bring attention to the issue.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s Gender Equality Solidarity Society is holding its “Take Back the Night” event in Lancaster this year for the first time. The annual rally has been held at the Pickerington Center for the last seven years.
There are many traditions during the fall. Some like to carve pumpkins, while others like to pick apples. Students at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington are developing a new tradition – Fall Fest.
The Ohio University Lancaster Phi Theta Kappa chapter took second place honors at the Ohio Honors in Action conference last weekend.
Students in a new club on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus are marching to the tune of a different drummer, except they are doing it with guitars. The S.T.R.U.M. (Students Teaching Rookie Undergraduate Musicians) Club started meeting last week.