By Shivani Parikh
While today is just a normal Friday for most, it’s a monumental day in Jordan Genovese’s life: it’s the release date of her album, “Green November,” which encompasses years of songwriting and
By Jack Behrend
Arielle Dolezal’s passion for dance began with a bit of childhood window-shopping. One day, while watching her younger sister in her first-ever dance class, Dolezal wandered past another class in advanced ballet.
While an undergraduate student researcher at Ohio University, William Johnson gained a strong interest in blood cell development and gene regulation. So after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, he decided to
Kenneth Ledford is passionate about modern German history, and his dedication has helped him become a renowned expert in the field. But for Ledford, co-director of the Max Kade Center for German Studies, his
Outside linebacker Scott Campbell’s job on the football field—among other things—is to put a licking on the opposing team’s offensive players. It’s an aspect of football the biology and psychology major doesn’t take lightly,
Jenifer Neils knew she wanted to be an archaeologist in the third grade after she read about field archaeology pioneer Heinrich Schliemann—a man whose work advocated the idea that Homer’s Iliad reflected actual historical