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Owning an animal on campus is not a walk in the park. Having an animal on campus, if you live in the residence halls, is against Ohio University policy. But… Read More
The Ohio University Police Department has issued a stream of public urination citations during this year’s fests. Ohio University Chief of Police Andrew Powers said public urination is one of… Read More
Once again, Athens steampunk enthusiasts gathered for the annual Steampunk Spectacle Masquerade Ball, held Sept. 26 at Central Venue. WOUB’s Nicole Schneider attended the event, which featured creative costumes and… Read More
In this clip, WOUB’s Nicole Schneider talks with Riley Engle, president of Ukulele Club at Ohio University. Engle, a transfer student from Ohio State University, decided to start the club… Read More
In the second installment of WOUB's video series Meet the Artist, Nicole Schneider talks with Athens resident and Ohio University graduate student Emily Beveridge.
Beveridge's work focuses on elements of nature and storytelling, with animals regularly featured in her paintings.
In this video, WOUB’s Nicole Schneider talks with members of comedy troupe Black Sheep Improv and captures a bit of the group’s recent rehearsal and performance. Based at Ohio University,… Read More
Sandy Plunkett started his career in New York City as an artist for Marvel and DC Comics.
His work has been seen in issues of Spider Man, X-Men, The Rocketeer, Conan the Barbarian, Spectre and many other comics, as well as numerous concert posters, album covers and political cartoons.
Currently based in Athens, Ohio, Plunkett sat down to talk with WOUB's Nicole Schneider about his past work and upcoming projects.
Did you know Ohio University has a Quidditch Club? WOUB’s Nicole Schneider visits team members at OU’s Walter Field House for a tutorial on the popular Harry Potter game.
The second annual Steampunk Spectacle kicked off its weekend-long activities last Friday at ARTS/West, featuring dance performances, vendors and an art exhibit. WOUB student Nicole Schneider files this report.