Miles Baker | Lifestyle Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
As the second semester flies by, the dining halls have lost their gleam and first year students are on a hunt to find low-cost food and a new place to hang out. Here’s a few places that can change up the everyday dining experience in Athens, Ohio.
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Haylee Followell | Lifestyle Staff Writer | email@example.com
As a college student, it is often hard to juggle things like school, work and friends… let alone a nutritional diet. The freshman fifteen is no stranger to incoming students and although the dining halls are often accessible and tasty, they are often not the healthiest options. With new health initiatives, such as getting rid of the trays or trying to serve students meals with lower salt percentages, eating healthy is still a very problematic task. Odyssey Nutrition is here to change that.
Continue reading Odyssey Nutrition: A New Health Option Arrives To Ohio University
Lifestyle Staff Writer| Alexis McCurdy| firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @AlexisMcCurdy14
Nestled on Shafer Street is a craft shop incorporating art, spirit and culture in one hub. Beads and Things lies in the west residential area of Athens, absent of littered beer cans. Its robust red hue, with pops of pink and colorful lanterns that frame the shop offer a refreshing view compared to that of many weekend nights spent on Court Street.
Continue reading Craft Shop Breaks from Ordinary
Raichel Jenkins | Editor-in-Chief | email@example.com
With over 20,000 people in the audience last summer for the Chainsmokers and Fetty Wap, the 15th NumberFest is highly anticipated. I could go on about the event but we all know what a fantastic concert this year’s fest will be. Now to what you’ve been really waiting for, the lineup!
Continue reading Lineup for 2017 NumberFest Announced!