While cramming for your finals and chugging four Red Bulls this week, you may notice a deafening silence on the seventh floor of Alden library or even your room. Such a silence can be even more distracting to you than hearing your neighbor’s excessively loud music. Those distractions call for study music of some sort. Here are the perfect songs for tuning out the world and tuning into your workload:
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Ohio placed second overall at Friday’s Marshall Opener at the Chris Cline Indoor Complex. The Bobcats scored 64 points overall and finished behind Marshall, who has now won every Marshall Opener to date. The Bobcats beat Northern Kentucky.
Pantone announced Wednesday that the 2019 Color of the Year is “Living Coral.”
Exams are in full swing for students, which means caffeine consumption, sleep deprivation and anxiety is up. Finals and the holiday season can be stressful for many, so self-care is crucial to combat the blues. Here are five tips to help push through the pain:
The Ohio University Board of Trustees Chair Dave Scholl and Vice Chair Janelle Coleman opened Faculty Senate’s meeting Monday night to discuss regional higher education updates and concerns.
At the City Council meeting Monday night, 19 ordinances were approved and the Rotary Club of Athens requested a street closure for their Pizza Fest fundraiser.
The Athens Police Department responded to a report of sexual imposition on Sunday at about 3 a.m. on West State Street.
“The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos” acts like any other Doctor Who season finale, but it doesn’t seem genuine. There are explosions, dramatic confrontations and a plot that starts as a rescue mission of two people and gradually ramps up into a mission to save not just planet Earth but nine other planets. However, it only draws on the season premiere for previous plot developments, leaving the other eight adventures the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her companions went on to be forgotten. Though it has an engaging premise, it shows both the season’s greatest triumphs and most damning faults.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees will open Faculty Senate’s meeting Monday night, followed by resolutions from the Professional Relations Committee.
Chesapeake recovered the ball from an Athens missed free throw with just 10 seconds left Saturday at the Big E Classic inside Fairland High School.
There seemed to be a sense of relief in coach Saul Phillips press conference.
The Academy has a lot to consider in choosing a new host since Kevin Hart stepped down due to criticism surrounding homophobic tweets. And in choosing a talented, funny person, the Academy should really consider hiring a woman.
Grant Hazel skated off the ice with a grin on his face and his head held high. The senior defenseman took one final look at the crowd in Bird Arena before entering the locker room after Ohio’s 4-3 overtime win against league rival Illinois.
The puck hit the back of Matt Rudin’s head. He had just seen Gianni Evangelisti rip a shot on goal, which bounced off the goalie’s pads.
Doug Taylor couldn’t have done it at this time last season.
Ohio defeated Radford 78-69 in The Convo on Saturday. The Bobcats led the entire game, although the Highlanders cut the lead to as little as three during the second half. Ohio was able to stave off the various runs to notch another nonconference win.
Jason Carter had 19 points and six rebounds, and Ohio beat Radford 78-69 on Saturday afternoon at The Convo. It was the first time the two teams had played since Dec. 2, 1997, when the Highlanders beat the Bobcats 72-63 in overtime.
Ohio defeated Coppin State 87-62 on Saturday in The Convo to improve to its best start since 1985, but coach Bob Boldon still feels like his team isn’t worth the hype.
Women's Basketball: Kendall Jessing steps up amidst offensive slumps in Ohio's 87-62 win over Coppin State
Over the course of its undefeated start to this season, Ohio has had six players dominate the box score and fuel the offense. No opponent has been able to contain the Bobcats for four quarters.
Ohio welcomed winless Coppin State to The Convo on Saturday afternoon with hopes of improving to its best start in 33 years. After a slow start, Ohio dominated the Eagles in the second half winning 87-62.