Today is Tuesday, Apr. 10 2018. Here’s what you need to know.
News from The Post:
Here’s what a random Wednesday night out in Athens looks like through emojis. (The Post)
E.W. Scripps School of Journalism signs onto letter criticizing Sinclair Broadcast Group. (The Post)
See how softball player Mikayla Cooper uses her confidence to hit anywhere in the lineup. (The Post)
One of Ohio University’s most notable alumni recently endorsed a candidate for governor.
Modern Family star Ed O’Neill, who attended OU in the 1960s, announced yesterday his support for Ohio state senator Joe Schiavoni in the upcoming Democratic primary elections on May 8. Both Schiavoni and O’Neill are from Youngstown, OH.
“I was born and raised in Youngstown and I think Joe Schiavoni will represent all the people of Ohio,” O’Neill said in his endorsement. “He'll fight for the families, he'll fight for better jobs and a better future like he's been doing for years."
You can watch O’Neill’s endorsement here:
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Scores and Game Times
Baseball will travel to Columbus tonight to face Ohio State (The Post)
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Florida governor Rick Scott announced he will run for a U.S. senate seat (The New York Times)
Mark Zuckerberg met with U.S. lawmakers to discuss Facebook’s use of data (MSN)
Astronomers discovered a dozen new black holes in the center of our galaxy (I4U)