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Alumni News | Seebald Working to Contain COVID-19, Address Healthcare Disparities

Laura Seebald, portraitOhio University alumna Laura Seebald’s passion for social justice and public health have led her to the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19 in Kirland, Wash., where she works as a social worker providing discharge planning and mental health services. She performs multiple roles in this position: connecting patients to […]

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Posted on 05/01/2020

Rios in WalletHub: Remote Jobs Can Reduce Social Inequalities

Dr. Kimberly Rios, portraitWalletHub featured Dr. Kimberly Rios, Associate Professor of Psychology at Ohio University, in an article headlined “Best States for Working from Home.” Rios answers several questions in the article: In evaluating the best work from home infrastructure, what are the top 3 indicators? Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, what are […]

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Posted on 04/27/2020

Margherio Awarded John Cady Graduate Fellowship

Samantha Kempker, portraitSamantha (Kempker) Margherio was awarded this year’s John Cady Graduate Fellowship, one of just five named fellowships awarded to Ohio University graduate students on a competitive nomination basis. See the 2020-21 Named Fellowship recipients. The award provides a fellowship of $15,000, plus a full-tuition scholarship for fall and spring semesters, […]

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Posted on 04/06/2020

‘I Still Got It!’ | Rediscovering Talent in Old Hobbies

Dililah Gonzalez modified this tweed set.By Dililah Gonzalez ’22 Ohio University With all the amount of free time that I have acquired during quarantine, I have made it my mission to find what my skills are. I have picked up old hobbies in hopes to see that “I still got it!” While growing up, I […]

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Posted on 04/04/2020

Uptown Athens | Missing Ginger, Wings Over Athens

Ginger Asian Kitchen logoBy Eleni Manouselis ’21 Ohio University As a junior, I live off-campus. The closest location to get food from is Court Street since it’s so conveniently nearby. Out of all the choices to visit, my favorite locations are Wings Over Athens and Ginger. Wings Over has a variety of chicken […]

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Posted on 04/03/2020

Cooking During COVID | ‘Quarantine Avocado Pasta’

Top view on pasta with avocado and Greek basil sauce in a ceramic bowl on a white table.By Hayli Flynn ’20 Ohio University Being home means I do not have to purchase my own groceries anymore, so I have been finding recipes on Pinterest to try. When cooking at home, I need to make enough food for five people. We have been trying to eat as healthy […]

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Posted on 04/03/2020

Cooking During COVID | Vegan Smoothie Bowl | Prepping Lunches

vegan smoothie bowl this week with raspberries, chia seeds and granolaBy Danita Pitts-Medley ’21 Ohio University As a new vegan, it has been difficult looking for new alternatives in my diet. Even though being in quarantine has been very boring, this has given me an opportunity to learn how to cook more vegan meals. I made this delicious vegan smoothie […]

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Posted on 04/03/2020

Spring Break 2020 | Family, Friends, Work & the Pizza Shop

By Taylor Long Ohio University While most college students were going on vacation with friends and/or family, I was not. This spring break I choose to go back to work and visit friends from high school, while visiting family members. My senior year of high school I worked at a […]

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Posted on 03/30/2020

Spring Break 2020 | Working Out and Looking for Creative Vegan Options

Danita Pitts-Medley, left, and a friend shopping, taking a selfie in a store,By Danita Pitts-Medley ’21 Ohio University I am an extremely active person, so over spring break even though I did not go somewhere fun I was able to find something active to do every day of break. First off, I started my break by going back home to Cleveland to […]

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Posted on 03/30/2020

Spring Break 2020 | Safe at Home But Missing Friends & Coworkers

2020 Graduation Cap isolated on white background. 3D renderBy Hayli Flynn ’20 Ohio University Weeks before spring break, I was so eager to go home to spend time with my family—because I missed them and it meant we were roughly a month away from graduation. But as we all know, a few days later everything would change. Due […]

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Posted on 03/30/2020