The Ohio athletic department will earn $900,000 and pay $500,000 for the Bobcats' four nonconference games this season.
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If there is anything most college students across the nation can relate to it’s that we are broke. From textbooks to tuition, there is not much wiggle room in our wallets. But that should not stop us from making our college apartments and houses less than what is seen on Pinterest. Here are easy ways to make your home comfortable and still pay for your basic necessities:
While the cost alone of life in the residence halls is extremely daunting, there is another issue presented by on-campus living, it seems the university uses the students on campus as an opportunity to make a few extra dollars wherever possible.
Another ranked team, another blowout loss for Ohio.
As a child I remember learning about the stock market in pop culture with the portrayal of wall street cultural and lifestyles in certain films such as It’s A Wonderful Life and Boiler Room, and more recently in The Great Gatsby and The Wolf of Wall Street. The portrayal of the American Dream growing up was shown to me in a light that business opportunity in the United States was limitless. But are these doors to opportunity slowly disappearing before us? As we continue into this 20-year trend of shrinkage in our public markets, one question loom: Why?
On Wednesday evening, the Athens Police Department received a call from a mandatory reporter who said a sexual assault had occurred.
After seven road matches to begin its season, Ohio returns to The Convo for its first home games of 2018. The Bobcats will host Samford and Virginia Tech on Friday and IUPUI on Saturday.
Student Senate: Members get update from student trustees; appoint senator to university life commision
Three resolutions were passed and one was tabled at the Wednesday night Student Senate meeting.
Michael Farkas and his family went to dinner Saturday at Cutler’s Restaurant at the Ohio University Inn after the Bobcats beat Howard. He had punted eight times — three of them sailed over 50 yards.
In January, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction closed the Hocking Unit in Nelsonville. Now, the facility is undergoing renovations to serve a new purpose.
Thursday is National Read Book Day, so that means you should grab a book and get to reading. Here are a seven books you would probably rather read than the textbooks required for your classes:
A panel of 11 experts discussed and responded to questions Wednesday night regarding the “What Were You Wearing?” art exhibit, which opened Aug. 30 and displays clothing worn by 43 survivors of sexual assault and rape from Athens County and Ohio University. The exhibit is located in the Trisolini Gallery in Baker Center.
Ohio knew its nonconference schedule was going to be daunting. It would prepare the Bobcats for any bumps in its Mid-American Conference schedule and, if it could pull off a win against any of the bigger opponents, send Ohio's confidence soaring.
Between 2012 and 2017, Ohio University’s Facilities Management received 2,600 work orders. 58 percent of those orders were submitted because of an issue within a residence hall.
The Ohio University Police Department received a report Wednesday of a rape in an unknown OU residence hall.
Student journalists are a bit eclectic.
Students bought nearly 3.5 million meal swipes during the 2017-2018 school year — but used only a portion of them.
Quinton Maxwell spent all offseason hearing about Nathan Rourke being the next great quarterback.