Anti-Fracking Benefit Show @ Casa

Photography by Gracie Umana, Multimedia Editor, and Alyssa Nedrow, staff photographer The Ohio University Sierra Student Coalition and Bobcats Beyond Gas held an Anti-Fracking Benefit Show at Casa Nueva on February 27, 2014,  to raise funds tell Ohio University that the students and community members are not happy with the proposed natural gas plant and…

Studying abroad in Ghana

Story and Photographs by Alyssa Nedrow Our ancestor’s said, “One must come out of one’s house to begin learning” (African Proverb). Over winter break I did just that; I left the comfort of my home and my family, need I mention over the holiday’s, and traveled across the Atlantic ocean to live and study in…

Photo Friday: A change of season

Photographs by Gracie Umana, Multimedia Editor, and Elizabeth Held, staff photographer The colors of the leaves are turning and there is a crisp breeze in the air carrying with it the sweet smell of pumpkin spiced lattes from Baker University Center. This can only mean one thing: it’s fall in Athens! Who doesn’t love a…

Photo Friday: Cherry Blossom Trees

Spring has certainly sprung with the cherry blossom trees on the Hocking River start to blossom. The trees began to bloom on Sunday. If you haven’t already gone down there to see them, they are definitely something you don’t want to miss out on. Photographer Faith Harkness snapped a few pictures of the picturesque trees….

Photo Friday: Flowers

Athens has finally caught up with the beautiful weather. Trees are starting to revive and flowers are beginning to bloom. In celebration of Spring, we’ve captured a few photos of flowers on campus. Blog this! Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Share on Twitter

Photo Friday: Squirrels

It is Spring Break at Ohio University but the chill of winter is still present. There are no blossoms on trees or many animals roaming, though a College Green photographer was able to capture a few squirrels around campus. Blog this! Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Share on Twitter