Continuation of print stories: additional text, photos, video, illustrations, and audio.
At Counseling and Psychological Services, Outreach Coordinator Rinda Scoggan incorporates her certified therapy dog, Buddy, in sessions because the 9-year-old standard poodle is so “person-oriented,” Scoggan says. “He assists mostly by breaking the ice. In counseling, some people doubt they need this, and Buddy helps with that,” Scoggan explains. “They’re more interested in petting him […][Read more]
Additional Bobcats with significant credentials in sports weighed in on teamwork. Edited excerpts of their observations follow.[Read more]
“OHIO Photo Renga” unfolds as a series of interrelated portraits of Athens, Ohio, the campus and/or the city. This six-part photo essay is inspired by the ancient Japanese linked verse, renga, in which two or more poets alternate penning sections of a poem.[Read more]
Every cancer journey is different: from the cells that are affected to the lives that a diagnosis will change. Nicole Phillips, wife of Ohio University Men’s Basketball Head Coach Saul Phillips, and their three children were floored with her breast cancer diagnosis. It came less than a year after they moved to Athens. Watch Team […][Read more]
Richard Linke, BSJ ’41, towered over the entertainment industry during his long, illustrious career as personal manager to the stars, first and foremost Andy Griffith. Read OHIO press releases about the Bobcat, who died on June 15 at age 98, from the 1960s and accounts of his devotion to OHIO from Athena yearbooks. Richard […][Read more]
In hindsight, it maybe wasn’t the best idea I’ve ever had to try to write about Ohio University’s Marching 110. My personal experience with the topic—I was in the band’s flag section from 1990 to ’93—makes it an easy topic to report on; but, being so close to the material makes objectivity challenging.[Read more]