Correction appended.

Today is Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017. Here’s what you need to know:

News from The Post:

Ohio’s student debt is the highest in the country. (The Post)

It’s National Cheese Pizza day! Celebrate by grabbing a cheesy slice at one of the top five pizza places in Athens. (The Post)

Good morning,

Ohio University ninjas will soon be able to achieve their dreams of becoming the next Hokage.

In celebration of the 18th anniversary of the popular Japanese franchise, Naruto, Naruto Run events have been popping up across the globe. The “Naruto Run” refers to the running style in which the series’ characters are depicted sprinting with their hands outstretched behind their backs.

Here at OU, the event “Run like Naruto across College Green” will take place Oct. 13. Inspired by other Naruto Runs on college campuses across the nation, OU students Sarah Luise Schmitz and Annie Crawford will be hosting Athens’ very own Naruto Run. 

“It was so funny we had to do one here,” Schmitz, an undecided sophomore, said.

As of press time, the event has more than 100 Facebook RSVPs.

The response to the event has been positive and the meeting place and time will be updated soon on the event’s Facebook page, Schmitz said.

“Believe it,” she said.

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Athens Weather

The temperature will rise to a high of 75 degrees on Tuesday. It will also be cloudy with a 60 percent chance of rain. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab

Scores and Game Times.

The Bobcats defeated Hampton 59-0 in the first football game of the season on Saturday. (The Post) Also, the soccer team lost in double overtime to Xavier this weekend. (The Post

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Mario has retired from being a plumber. (via Kotaku)

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Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the football team Ohio beat and the score of the game. The article has been updated to reflect the most accurate information.

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