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Ohio-based election coverage that will be updated throughout the night.
I knew nothing about the Stanley Cup before I did a lot of Googling, but I'm now convinced it is the best trophy among the professional American sports.
It's the month of spook, and hockey is no exception. In fact, I would argue hockey is one of the spookiest sports around, and I have evidence.
Bandwagon Battle: We asked our parents what they thought about hockey, and boy did they have opinions
I've been a hockey fan for exactly a week now, and oh boy do I love this new me.
Bandwagon Battle: What happens when a newsroom gets really weird about hockey teams they don't actually care about
I'm from North Carolina, which means I drink a lot of sweet tea, I know how glorious Bojangles is and I don't care at all about hockey.
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Hello, all! I am Elizabeth Backo, the managing editor for The Post this year, but you can just call me Liz. My job is to make sure everything is running smoothly and our readers are getting the best content possible — both on web and in our weekly tabloid.
The Ohio Primaries are today. Follow along with "The Post" for live results as they come in.
The Ohio Primary is Tuesday, and both races for the Ohio House of Representatives and President of the United States are hotly contested.
Twitter has a lot to say about Ohio University's mystery announcement
The weather in Athens doesn't look to be getting more tropical anytime soon, so let's hope we can arrive to those warm beaches soon.
Sibs Weekend, Wolfmen band, Amanda Anne Platt and a 12-hour ticket to Hogwarts.
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Ohio University's $553 million endowment could make tuition cheaper for students if a bill makes it through congress.
At what point do we collectively decide it's OK to stay at home all weekend, never change out of our pajamas and binge watch all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls on Netflix? If that time is to come this semester, it might just be this weekend.
We all have a long weekend thanks to Martin Luther King Jr.. The university will honor the civil rights leader with a Silent March that starts at Galbreath Chapel at 10 a.m. Monday morning. The event is haunting and powerful, and waking up earlier than you most likely planned in order to march in or witness the event would be well worth your time.
The last Weekender of the calendar year is upon us.
It has been a year since the fire on W Union St. and businesses are adapting to the change. Owners of the properties are expecting the renovations to be done by Fall 2016.