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As Ohio University alumni flood the streets during Homecoming weekend, they may notice the same bricks but different shoes that tread on them.
A visit to Strouds Run State Park for Davey McNelly often involves sitting in his car reading a book rather than taking part in events on the beach and hiking trails with his friends and family.
For weeks, a mysterious Twitter account has been hinting at a new Uptown Athens restaurant, and now people finally have answers.
For the past few weeks, the mystery surrounding the opening of a new uptown restaurant has kept Twitter users guessing. The mystery was solved Sunday when Lady B's Fried Chicken introduced itself on Twitter.
Ohio University Housing and Residence Life will be installing more cameras near residence halls on campus.
City Council Members will discuss preparations for the Halloween Block Party, ordinances for a new pumper truck and a revocable license at Monday night’s meeting.
Shane Dawson has been an active YouTuber for the past decade. He has evolved from sketch comedy with controversial characters like Shanaynay to a documentarian. But in between that, he has tried his hand in many different genres of videos and many forms of entertainment. All of this had led him to become one of the most important voices of Youtube.
Recently, a friend of mine said they did not like when people say the phrase “preferred pronouns.” I can’t see what is wrong with that.
There is one character in the Harry Potter universe that everyone is obsessed with and I have no idea why — Albus Dumbledore.
During the week of Reading Day, students donated nearly 500 meal swipes to the meal bank to help students in need.
Coach Sean Hogan wiped his brow as frustration and anguish took control of his face.
Jackson Chilberg sat in his dorm room all day Saturday, just anticipating. He couldn’t wait to get to Bird Arena.
DeKALB, Ill. — Beyond belief, sitting on a riser with the Northern Illinois background behind him, Frank Solich appeared stoic. He was trying to find the words to match turnovers yet again.
DeKALB, Ill.— A well-timed pitch from Nathan Rourke to A.J. Ouellette resulted in Ohio’s first score. A pair of busted-coverage pass plays led to two other scores. Ohio was flexing its muscle on Northern Illinois.
DEKALB, Ill. — Holding on to a small lead, Nathan Rourke was sacked with 10:38 to go in the game by Sutton Smith, who also forced the Bobcats’ quarterback to fumble the ball. The forced fumble allowed Northern Illinois to piece together a six play, 53-yard drive, which resulted in a touchdown.
DEKALB, Ill — After falling behind by a field goal early Saturday, the Bobcats held the lead for most of the game. But Northern Illinois scored a touchdown with 4:51, sending the Bobcats home with a 24-21 loss at Huskie Stadium.
Quality is better than quantity.
Garrett Jenkins slid in front of Eastern Michigan’s goalie alone. He was eyeing up a shot from defenseman Jake Houston at the blue line and seeking an opportunity to bring the Bobcats back even with the Eagles, who were up 1-0.