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OU to remember Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. through weeklong celebration, how local pharmacists have handled difficulties through the pandemic and Men’s Basketball playing in 209th Battle of the Bricks

Week of events celebrates life of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day might have been Monday, but Ohio University will host a plethora of events to honor King’s legacy throughout the week. The silent march in honor of King was rescheduled for 10:30 a.m. Saturday due to winter weather, and the rest of the week will feature events such as speakers and service projects. Click here to read more about the celebrations. 

Pharmacy professionals detail difficulty, importance of profession during pandemic

Virtually every field has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since Dec. 2019, the pharmaceutical industry has been at the forefront of grappling with the pandemic, adapting to new information and handling vaccines. Read the full story to hear from individuals working at Shrivers Pharmacy and Wellness Center and Hopewell Health Centers in Athens.

Haddy the Hebrew: America is still a beacon of hope

This Saturday, four hostages were held at gunpoint in a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas. Everyone was unharmed, but the attack will not be the last amid a rise in antisemitism in America. But America still remains a beacon of hope for Jewish individuals who can celebrate their faith freely and be involved in the wider community. Click to read the whole column.

Men's Basketball: Miami scouting report and how to watch

The Bobcats will face Miami on Tuesday at 7 p.m. for the 209th “Battle of the Bricks” game. Although the Bobcats’ last game was postponed due to COVID-19, they are facing Miami in the midst of their best start to a season in a decade. Still, there is potential for an upset. Here’s what you need to know about Tuesday’s match up.

Women's Basketball: Numbers to know from Ohio's 63-60 loss

Ohio had seven seconds left Monday night to force its opponent, the RedHawks, into overtime. However, its last possession fell short, and the Bobcats lost 63-60 to Miami. Click here to read some key numbers from Ohio’s loss. 

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