Today is Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Here’s what you need to know.
News from The Post:
ARTS/West has a new after-school program for LGBT students in middle and high school. (The Post)
Tom Pokorney has rejoined his Ohio hockey teammates after a period of ineligibility. (The Post)
In light of #MeToo and the Time's Up movement, actors accused of sexual misconduct can cast a shadow on their previous roles. (The Post)
Vlogger and former Ohio University student Logan Paul has returned to YouTube after a three-and-a-half week hiatus.
Paul was widely criticized for posting a now-deleted video titled “We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest…” on Dec. 31; in the video, he filmed the body of a man who had apparently committed suicide.
Amid severe backlash, YouTube removed Paul's channels from its preferred ad program, cut his role in the YouTube Red series Foursome and halted both Logan Paul vs. and the sequel to his YouTube film The Thinning.
On Wednesday, Paul posted his first video since his Jan. 2 apology. In the new video, Paul discusses suicide prevention.
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Scores and Game Times
Ohio women's basketball beat Northern Illinois 77-75 in The Convo on Wednesday night. (The Post)
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Musician Jack White will require concertgoers to keep their cell phones in locked pouches during his upcoming U.S. tour. White is scheduled to perform at Express Live! in Columbus on June 4 and Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland on June 6. ()