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The Ridges opened in 1874 as the Athens Lunatic Asylum. The facility followed the Kirkbride Plan, inspired by Dr. Thomas Story Kirkbride, a founding member of the Association of Medical Superintendents of American Institutions for the Insane (forerunner of the American Psychiatric Association), who believed the physical structures and a natural environment were essential to […][Read more]
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, OHIO ran a contest asking alumni to submit their love stories in words and photos. Here are some examples.[Read more]
Transgender student Patrick Local answers more questions about his transition, being a film major at OHIO, and other topics. Talk about your longtime girlfriend. I began dating her about a month into my freshman year of college. She knew I was transgender, but I still presented as female, so we had some difficulty adjusting as […][Read more]
The local canvas grows. Peter Kostes, AB ’92, and Meredith Erlewine, AB ’95, a married couple who own Athens Bicycle, along with several other buildings at the corner of Stimson Avenue and Cornwell Street, wanted a mural on one of them, a rental house. That art form has brightened Southeast OHIO of late. After seeing […][Read more]