Ohio came away with a 70-64 victory in its final home game of 2019 over IUPUI to improve its record to 6-2.
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The Bobcats return home for the last time in 2019 after going 1-1 at the Daytona Beach Invitational. Ohio will be playing IUPUI for the second season in a row. The Bobcats won last year 73-66.
Fun News Friday: Message lost at sea found after thirty years; humans will soon be able to see through the eyes of animals
It’s that time of year. Between finals, the cold weather and seasonal sickness, it’s a stressful time for college students. Before finals week begins, take a break from studying and read these fun news stories:
Everyone knew after the first Frozen film in 2013 that the franchise was a cultural phenomenon. The film had so much influence on children and adults alike, so the sequel had a lot to live up to.
As the year comes to a close, there are many things to look back upon. Hip-hop alone had a lot of highs and lows, with lots of great albums but no full-length releases from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Big Sean and more artists we hoped we would get projects from.
In the 13th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss our own Spotify Wrapped, Ellen DeGeneres and Dakota Johnson’s feud, Jordan Fisher starring in Dear Evan Hansen, the nostalgic E.T. commercial and much more.
A poor potato harvest season may lead to a french fry shortage; the Winter Wonderland Ice Show will happen at Bird Area
Bird Arena’s Learn to Skate Program will have its annual Winter Wonderland Ice Show on Sunday from 7-9 p.m.
As finals week looms overhead, students are riddled with anxiety about passing exams. Some students rest reassured, however, but it’s not because they’ve studied hard for their classes. They’ve studied the moon and stars instead, and have predicted a week full of positive energy and good luck.
After a much needed break over Thanksgiving, No. 10 Ohio will play its final Central States Collegiate Hockey League opponent before its winter break when it travels to No. 9 Illinois this weekend.
The Post looks at the last 10 years at Ohio University and in Athens.
Athens County continually experienced lower voter turnout during local elections throughout the decade.
University officials say generational changes are to blame for the school’s changing atmosphere.
Men's Basketball: Jason Preston continues heavy, but necessary workload in 90-51 win over Rio Grande
Jason Preston has averaged more minutes than any Ohio player this season.
Executive Vice President and Provost Chaden Djalali spoke to Student Senate Wednesday about how the university will continue its efforts to empower students.
Throughout the decade, fashion trends have grown and changed a great deal. Going from the outlandish fashion statements in the 2000s, the 2010s seem more tame. However, from the beginning of the decade until now, what is trendy and acceptable in society has certainly seen many different looks.
There are over 550 student organizations on campus, but only a few have been around for longer than a decade, one of those organizations being the Black Student Cultural Programming Board.
Whit’s Frozen Custard, which keeps a running tally of wrong-way drivers at the corner of Court Street and Union Street, has seen nearly 200 cars driving the wrong way this year.
Every year, Ohio University does its best to grow and change, constantly adapting to the new times and the new students. Over the past decade, OU’s academic catalog has received a lot of new opportunities for students regarding majors, minors and certificates.
Since 2010, Ohio University’s layout has changed after the demolition 24 buildings and construction of 18 buildings.