On Friday October 21st, Ohio University students from across campus gathered in the CoLab to celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week by hearing from founder and CEO of
On a chilly October morning in 2021, a small booth stood alone in College Green. The smell of coffee drifted through the air and, as many college students made their way to classes, they stopped to grab a cup, but what they didn’t know was that they were getting much more.
There is always something to celebrate in Athens. Whether it’s graduation, Greek Life Rush Week, or Ohio University anniversaries, campus is always glittered in decorations.
The last year has been hard. Full stop. Some of us (I'd include myself) have been really lucky and have gotten through the pandemic largely unscathed. Others have suffered unimaginable pain -- lost loved ones, lost jobs and businesses, and more. Our hearts go out to everyone who's struggled in the last year.
Calling all culinary artists, medical workers, fashion gurus, and astronauts! You all wear gloves, right? Yep, that’s right. I said gloves.
When faced with a crisis like COVID-19, researchers like Robert Huebner believe that it is important to go with a safe vaccine that works so that lives could be saved, rather than spend months perfecting it.
Meet Kieran Papalia, a student employee for the Center for Entrepreneurship. Kieran is a senior studying Management Information Systems (MIS), business analytics, and corporate finance.
HOW TEAMWORK AND PASSION FOR MUSIC LED TO THE FIRST VIRTUAL NELSONVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL: Featuring Student Lydia Sander and Director Josh Antonuccio