Correction appended.

Today is Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. Here’s what you need to know.

News from The Post:

  • See how House Bill 337 could exempt sales tax from college textbooks. (The Post)
  • Galentine's Day is Tuesday, and we’ve got suggestions. (The Post)
  • There was a Chinese New Year Celebration in Baker Ballroom on Sunday night. (The Post)

Good morning,

The Black Student Cultural Programming Board, or BSCPB, tweeted about a free screening of the new movie Black Panther at the Athena Grand, 1008 E. State St., for all students with valid Ohio University IDs. BSCPB has not released any further details, but you can keep an eye out by following the group @OHIO_BSCPB. The movie is set for release Friday. 

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Athens weather

Partly cloudy with no chance of rain and a high of 40 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

Scores and Game Times

Hockey split with Illinois over the weekend. (The Post)

The men’s basketball team lost to Western Michigan 69-60 on Saturday. (The Post

The women’s basketball team defeated Kent State 78-65 on Saturday. (The Post

You might also want to know …

President Donald Trump said he was targeting immigrants involved in criminal activity for deportation, but that hasn’t been the case thus far. (The Washington Post)

Vice President Mike Pence’s time to shine at the Olympics was swept away by Kim Jong-un’s sister. (The New York Times)

The state of California is investigating health care company Aetna. (CNN)


Correction: A previous version of this report misstated the date and included an incorrect link to the Galentine's Day article. The article has been updated to reflect the most accurate information.

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