Ohio University President Roderick McDavis speaks to the class of 2018 during their Freshman Convocation Sunday. McDavis encouraged students to take advantage of their four years at OU.
Rob Phillips, owner of the RL Ranch, installed solar panels on his farm to lock in a constant electricity rate.
John Rogaski is a member of VFW and a vet. . He was part of the honor guard at the Athens Veterans Day Parade. Thank you for your service Mr. Rogaski
Rich Kane, from the office of community standards and student responsibility, and John Pardee, from the Ohio rights group, look out over the packed Baker Theater for the debate on Marijuana Legalization.
A party-goer dances in a crowd of party-goers at Palmer Fest, Saturday.
Ryan Lombardi, Vice President for Student Affairs, sings a duet with Jenny Hall-Jones, Dean of Students, during the Ava Nichols Faculty Pageant Tuesday.
Soledad O"Brien speaks to a crowd of hundreds Thursday as a part of her Black in America Tour.
Pumpkin the cat was rescued by employees of the Athens County Board of Elections office, and now lives in the building.
Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly talks with his temporary legal council after his arraignment. Kelly was indicted with 23 felony charges and 3 misdemeanors and pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Aariah and Denise, 13-year-old girl scouts, construct a bridge of gumdrops and toothpicks. Girl scouts came to the Academic and Research Center Saturday morning and were introduced to the field of engineering.
George Weckman, a former professor of religion at OU, sits in an armchair in his home on Park Place. Weckman owns one of the two private residences left on Ohio Unversity's campus.
Seth Kyle, a sophomore studying engineering technology and management, moves his belongings to the hall way to save them from leaking water. The water originated from a burst pipe on the third floor of James Hall Wednesday.
"Free at Best" was choreographed by Irene Honora, as a part of her Senior Capstone Project.
This was my first concert I got to shoot. And it was so much fun, I will definitely be doing it again.
Conor Emser, a sophomore studying social work, with his Giant bicycle he received as a part of the Bike and Build Program. Giant Bicycles sponsored the group's ride across the country, where they made stops along the way to help build Habitat for Humanity homes. On their days off, the group also volunteered at soup kitchens.
Carl Rypien, a senior studying nursing, talks with John Mawhorr about his religious questions while John makes his semiannual visit to Ohio University.