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Alumni & Friends

Homecoming 2017 theme ideas Jan 25

The OHIO Alumni Association and the Division of Student Affairs wants your ideas for this year’s Homecoming theme. Read More

Spring Homecoming to host alumni and friends “On The Green” Jan 25

On The Green Weekend, an annual event featuring academics and the arts for the entire OHIO community, is set for May 17-21. Read More

The Bobcat Store has something special for your someone special Story by Zulfa Rizqiya, BSJ ’17, photos by Megan Johnson, BSVC ’17 Jan 25

Find Valentine’s Day gifts for every relationship at The Bobcat Store Read More

Alumni mark memorable spots in communications Historypin project By Kaitlyn Pacheco Jan 20

Communications students assemble a virtual walking tour on Historypin.org with alumni stories. Read More

VisCom alumnus Matt Eich to exhibit, present photography of Southeast Ohio By Claire Berlin Jan 19

Photographic essayist Matt Eich, BSVC ’08, will deliver a presentation about his photographs that feature the people and communities of Southeast Ohio on Monday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Schoonover Center, 145.  Read More

VisCom Alumna Megan Westervelt discusses Ecuadorian research project, documentary By Claire Berlin Jan 13

School of Visual Communication alumna Megan Westervelt, MA ’14, hosted a public discussion about “Turning interdisciplinary passions into action: Storytelling in Amazonian Ecuador” which showcased her Fulbright research photography project and documentary. Read More

Beneath the surface: Appalachian cemeteries analyzed By Zulfa Rizqiya Jan 11

OHIO student's funded research reveals mortality trends in Appalachia dating back to the 1880s. Read More