In the past decade, we have made quite a bit of progress in the area of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. However, we still have.
On Jan. 29, The Athens NEWS released its readers’ choices for the best businesses, landmarks and individuals in its “Best of Athens 2014” review. This article is a staple.
While phrases such as “gender-neutral housing,” “LGBT center” and “transgender resources” are familiar to Ohio University’s Athens campus, these things aren’t common to a majority of college campuses throughout the state.
In case you missed it, the state budget that Gov. John Kasich signed into law last year still sucks for Ohio women. Allow me to fill you in:
Wherever there has been music, there have been those who use it as a political tool. From Rock the Vote to Woodstock, live musical.
Following a two-week absence, Athens City Council President Jim Sands returned for committee meetings Monday night to a fresh coat of blue paint.
With November’s elections looming on the horizon, Ohio legislators passed new voting reforms that supporters claim will reduce fraud and increase equality.
The optional physical education waiver that is extended to some high school athletes in Ohio could undergo renovations, as H.B. 113 proposes increasing.
This column is the second part of a two-part series on a recent demonstration by the student power movement in North Carolina. The first.
Bobcats Beyond Gas, a campaign to prevent Ohio University from investing in natural gas and hydraulic fracturing, held a panel discussion last.