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‘Like a Canyon’: Speaking With Megan Bee

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In September of 2017 Athens-based musician Megan Bee released her second solo album, entitled ‘Like a Canyon.’ Inspired by everything from Bee’s multitude of explorations across the country as a traveling farmhand to her own, intricate interpersonal contemplation, the album is continuing to garner acclaim, having taken home both the Best Americana Album and Best Singer-Songwriter Album titles from the Ohio… Read More

‘The Devil We Know’: Speaking with Attorney Harry Deitlzer

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Some 73 years ago the DuPont Corporation introduced Teflon to the American marketplace, changing the face of the contemporary American kitchen. Teflon contains the highly toxic chemical C8, which impacts everything from the liver to one’s hormones to one’s lipid metabolism. The Devil We Know is a documentary by Stephanie Soechtig and Jeremy Seifert which… Read More

8th Annual World Music and Dance Diversity Concert Set for April 6

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For the past eight years the annual World Music and Dance Festival has been bringing international culture to Ohio University’s Athens campus. The event, which takes place in spring semester towards the end of March, is organized by Zelma Badu-Younge (professor of African, modern, and jazz dance techniques, choreography, dance ethnography, and world culture) and… Read More

Where Social Justice and Art Meet: Speaking With Artist Traci Molloy

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Traci Molloy is a Brooklyn-based multimedia artist who graduated with a MFA degree in printmaking from Ohio University in 1995. In the years since her graduation, Molloy has bene featured in over 175 national exhibitions, and her thought provoking collaborations with adolescents have been profiled in two books, Empowering Children Through Art and Expression: Culturally… Read More