The passing of October means the holiday season is among us! From tree lightings to a harvest hoedown, here's a list of things to do near Hocking College this November that'll get you in the holiday spirit.
This Friday, November 2 there will be a free movie screening of the 2010 documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop in John Light Hall Room 195 at 5:30PM.
Tomorrow (October 20) and Sunday (October 21) Robbins Crossing will be hosting to a Victorian-inspired funeral, as well as their 2nd Annual Fall Harvest Hootenanny! Both activities are being presented by students from Hocking College’s Natural & Historical Interpretation program.
Five Hocking College alumni became the first inductees into Hocking College's School of Natural Resources Alumni Hall of Fame, which took place on Saturday, September 29.
Student athletes face challenges both on and off the field. Not only do they face strong opponents, but they also face the struggles of difficult classes and finding time to study. To help student athletes find a balance between their love of sports and academic success, here are a six helpful tips.
New students often struggle with getting to know the buildings on campus -- and it definitely doesn't help when you have multiple campus locations.
In addition to getting a good education, one of the major benefits of being a college student is the friendships you’ll establish with your classmates. However, the demands of being a post-secondary student can be incredibly time consuming. Most often, this leaves students with very little time to devote to socializing.
Nothing says summer quite like sitting in a packed stadium with friends, listening to your favorite musical artist perform live. Luckily for residents in Southeast Ohio, there are plenty of performances in the area to keep you busy for the rest of summer.
Check out these 6 must-see music festivals in Ohio: