Today is Friday, March 2, 2018. Here’s what you need to know today:

News from The Post:

The Ohio Guarantee is being extended to Ohio University’s regional campuses. (The Post)

The most common way bats enter dorms is open windows without screens. (The Post)

Here’s a drinking game to follow for the Oscars. (The Post)

Good morning,

Milliron Fest and Mill Fest are this Friday and Saturday, so Ohio University students have a chance to party after midterms. 

Last year, 24 individuals were arrested at Mill Fest, which shows a downward trend over the past four years. The 2016 fest had an identical amount of arrests.

In 2015, 52 individuals were arrested, and 75 arrests were made in 2014 during Mill Fest alone, according to a previous Post report. 

During fest season, most parties are shut down when they are in violation of the City of Athens’ Nuisance Party Ordinance. The ordinance defines a nuisance party as “a social gathering or party which is conducted on premises within the city and which, by reason of the conduct of the persons in attendance.”

Police recommend keeping parties under control and keeping noise at a minimum to avoid violating the ordinance.

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Athens Weather

Those rainy days are over. Today will be clear with no chance of precipitation. The high will be 42 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

Scores and Game Times

The softball team will play Kentucky and Southeast Missouri State at the John Cropp Classic on Saturday and Sunday.

Men's Basketball will play Miami at 7 p.m. Friday, and Women's Basketball will take on Akron at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

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