Today is Wednesday, May 13, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

People can now meet and adopt dogs during quarantine through Zoom meetings. 

The dog food brand Pedigree has set up a website called meetyournewdog.com, where people can virtually meet different dogs, ask questions and adopt their newest furry friend all from the comfort of their homes. 

During this week, Pedigree is working with the Nashville Humane Association to host adoption meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, all at 5 p.m. Pedigree is also paying the adoption fees from the event, so people won’t have any sort of charge. 

Though the Nashville Humane Association is the partner this week, the website showed there will be more partnerships with shelters soon to ensure people can adopt as many dogs as possible during the pandemic.

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News from The Post:

Over 200 people protested the layoffs of over 140 OU employees. (The Post)

The food studies certificate program and its director, Theresa Moran, are being terminated from OU on May 15 due to budget cuts. (The Post)

Nathan Rourke, Ohio’s all-time touchdown leader, was drafted to the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League Draft. (The Post)

The Post sat down with actor Stephen Kramer Glickman to talk about his role in Big Time Rush, stand-up comedy and more. (The Post)

WOUB is providing educational programming for K-12 students with coinciding activities for learning. (The Post)

Athens Weather

Today is sunny with no precipitation during the day but a 30% chance at night. The high is 65 degrees, and the low is 48 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

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