Special Projects

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Latest Projects

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APRIL 6, 2022 | Alyssa Cruz

Bilingual journalism: Se puede hacer

Students, faculty hope for more bilingual journalism opportunities at OU, and professionals in the field articulate its importance.

MARCH 31, 2022 | Katie Millard

Redefining Sexual Assault

For survivors, there are many free resources in Athens, but many advocates say campus communities need social change as well.

MARCH 31, 2022 | Ashley Beach

Throw to Grow

It is important for athletes and coaches to understand the body.

MARCH 26, 2022 | Alex Imwalle

Pickle Fest Champion

Pickle Fest is an annual charity pickle-eating competition hosted by Bagel Street Deli.

MARCH 17, 2022 | Claire Schiopota

Importance of Options and Access

Stigma and lack of awareness create barriers for gynecological and sexual healthcare in the region.

MARCH 17, 2022 | Abby Miller

The salary guide shows earnings for all university employees during 2021.

MARCH 2, 2022 | Isabel Nissley

Building Co-op Community

Cooperative housing endeavors, like the Firehouse Co-op, have the potential to alleviate the financial burden of high rent for some Athens residents.

FEB 24, 2022 | The Sports Staff

The 2022 Basketball Edition

A breakdown of all things Bolden, Boals and the Bobcats.

FEB 23, 2022 | Lauren Serge

Excellence, Experiences And Expectations

Many Black individuals, particularly those who are women and LGBTQ+, face different challenges, pressures and expectations when it comes to their success

FEB 20, 2022 | The Post Staff

Black History Month 2022

A collection of stories from OU and Athens during Black History Month.

FEB 16, 2022 | Jillian Craig

Expanding Education Funding

A lawsuit was filed against the state of Ohio by advocates and schools against Edchoice Scholarship Program.

FEB 16, 2022 | Jillian Craig

Expanding Education Funding

A lawsuit was filed against the state of Ohio by advocates and schools against Edchoice Scholarship Program.

FEB 17, 2021 | Paige Fisher

SAE Returns to Ohio University

SAE was removed from campus in December 2014 due to violations of the fraternity’s expectations and guidelines.

FEB 11, 2022 | The Post Staff

Bengals, Bobcats and Burrow take on Super Bowl 56

Joe Burrow, the kid from Athens, electrifies his hometown as he plays on football's biggest stage.

FEB 11, 2022 | Alex Imwalle

Bring on Burrow

Businesses and Bengals fans are preparing for Super Bowl Sunday featuring Athens native Joe Burrow.

FEB 10, 2022 | Alyssa Cruz

Braiding Hair, Uplifting Community

In response to Athens having few places for styling and products, residents take matters into their own hands.

FEB 3, 2022 | The Post Staff

The Budget Issue

From wages, to layoffs, to protests and more, read about Ohio University’s budget situation.

JAN 27, 2022 | Nate Swanson

A Snapshot Of Healthy Food Accessibility

Community food Initiatives brings fresh produce throught the community, highlighting the importance and impact of healthy food options.

JAN 26, 2022 | Emma Dollenmayer

Outside the American Mindset

Nothing could have prepared me for the surreal month I was about to experience.

JAN 20, 2022 | Bre Offenberger

The Solace of Sad Music

Sometimes, sad music makes the tough moments a little easier. Some think that’s counterintuitive, and others know it as a remedy that never fails.

JAN 19, 2022 | Taylor Burnette

Snowballs, Sledding, A Sense Of Normalcy

Students took to College Green for a snowball fight and Jeff Hill to sled, but the story goes beyond a bit of simple fun.

JAN 13, 2022 | Tre Spencer

Selecting Solar Sustainability

Renewable energy solutions are on the rise in the city of Athens and Athens County with many homeowners and businesses opting to try solar.

DEC 2, 2021 | The Post Staff

Year in Review

Here’s a recap of what went down over the past year.

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