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Generational Activism

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Activism has long, historical roots in the United States that are sewn into the Constitution. The right for individuals to peaceably assemble has, and does, pave the way for groups to achieve political goals. But has activism changed? The OUtlet’s Juli Holbert takes a look at how different generations view protest and activism. Nina Richner,… Read More

Students Get Creative, Show Off Research at Ohio University’s Student Expo

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The Convo on Ohio University’s campus usually showcases the university’s top athletes, but on Thursday, OU’s best researchers and most creative students were the All-Stars. Participants in this year’s Student Research and Creativity Expo worked hard to prepare to present their best work. The expo allowed  Savannah Crawford, a senior studying printmaking, and Ryan Brown, a… Read More

Talking on Refugees: Artist Jave Yoshimoto Identifies with Godzilla

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Renowned artist Jave Yoshimoto visits Ohio University to give a speech in Schoonover building Thursday, February 1st. While his visit, Yoshimoto collaborates with undergraduate art students Nouran Alhabmi, Citlali Elena and Natalie Condrac from Ohio University. Together, they created two pieces of art, showing a multi-layered piece on the challenges of refugees. His speech on… Read More