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.
The Ohio University Lancaster Deaf Studies and Interpreting program is working with Center of Science and Industry (COSI) to hold Deaf Awareness Days next month. They will be held April 17 and 18.
Ohio University Lancaster Freshman Trevor Swackhamer is flying high. The Computer Science Technology student, who plans to eventually pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering, is showing his classmates what he’s been up to lately during his spare time.
History students at Ohio University Lancaster are learning about Lancaster’s rich Civil War history and earning class credit.
This academic year will be filled with drama and fun for those who attend Ohio University Lancaster Theatre productions. Director Victor Jones has announced the upcoming season for the theatre.
Dr. Jean Kilbourne is not alone anymore. But 40-some years ago that was not the case.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Student Nick Ramsey is back stateside. The Middle Childhood Education major from Pickerington recently returned from Perth, Australia. Ramsey spent fall semester in Australia student teaching.
Ohio University Student of the Month Courtney Barnes believes a trip this past summer to Nicaragua solidified her calling to be an educator.
The "To Kill a Mockingbird” Essay Contest asked students to examine the novel’s ideas about coming of age. The contest’s first place winner had no idea that she would learn a little about herself in the process.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington is celebrating International Week November 12 – 15. This is the first year the event is being held on the regional campuses of Ohio University.
When Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Jane Johnsen passed away unexpectedly last January, retired Ohio University Lancaster Campus Assistant Professor of Health Technology Debra Smith wanted to find the right way to honor her memory.
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.
35-year old Jessica Kull of Carroll has a lot on her plate. She is married, the mother of three boys, a full-time student and an October Student of the Month at OUL.
Jerry Snider will be 62 years old next month and is celebrating by taking classes at Ohio University Lancaster. Snider is part of the 60+ program where seniors can take college courses free of charge.
Many students grow up and leave home to go off to college, even though they could have stayed at home and commuted to a nearby college or university. Zach Bobo did that, but not in the same way as everyone else.
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 people of Lancaster have the opportunity to see Singer/Songwriter Joe Pug before he hits it big.
Ohio University Lancaster April Student of the Month Mystique Hicks can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The 28-year-old is a few classes away from finishing her bachelor's degree.
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre is getting ready to take a journey into a world of comedy and horror in Little Shop of Horrors.
An Ohio University Lancaster student is the first regional campus student at O.U. to get selected to participate in the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching or COST.
Registration for the 34th year of Kids in College at Ohio University Lancaster is now underway and some new courses are being offered this year. The program will run the weeks of June 10, June 17 and June 24.