The Athens Police Department received a report of rape from OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital on Tuesday, according to a news release issued by the department Wednesday.
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One student found himself in a bushel of trouble by Bush Hall last weekend.
Last week, I talked a bit about the vital importance of editorially independent student newspapers to the welfare of college campuses across the nation.
Amazon will deliver real Christmas trees this year; check out local responses to recent sexual assault reports
Today is Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:
A great opening track does the same thing as a lede in a news story: It grabs the listener’s attention and gives the rest of the album a purpose. Without a strong beginning, the rest of the album will undoubtedly sound incomplete.
Thursday is International Chocolate Day, according to Calendar Labs. Every once in a while, a person’s sweet tooth takes over and they can’t help but give in to the temptation of chocolate. And how can they not? Chocolate is a universal answer to every special occasion, breakup or moment of indulgence.
The American Collegiate Hockey Association released its annual preseason coaches’ poll Wednesday. Ohio is No. 5.
Rusty Scurto was excited when he heard that his cousin Scott Bagby was going to Ohio to play hockey.
Juuls have rapidly risen in popularity.
About a hundred people, Athens residents and students alike, stood around the steps of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday. The sound of individuals humming a tune and playing instruments resonated through the air, demonstrating the uplifting mood of the group.
The bye week is in the books and the threat of Hurricane Florence affecting the game is gone. Ohio and Virginia are set for a 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff Saturday at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
It’s a pretty easy concept.
The Ohio University LGBT Center paid somber respects to those affected by suicide Monday night by hosting a vigil at Emeriti Park.
Student Senate is looking to pass four resolutions at its meeting on Wednesday.
Goodwill slashes prices for grand opening; Interfaith Peace Walk promotes peace, justice and inclusion
Entertainers everywhere dream of one day winning one of the huge and highly coveted awards: an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar or a Tony. But there is an elite group that has not one, but all four, and Sunday night John Legend became one of the newest additions. Here is a list of all the competitive EGOT winners along with a few honorary:
Student volunteers met on the fifth floor of Baker Center to engage in a variety of critical conversations at Tuesday’s first-ever Open OHIO meeting.
Tryouts continued Tuesday at Bird Arena where skaters looked a bit more focused and sharper as camp went on.
Ohio’s prisons hold 10,000 more inmates than they were meant to, a figure some hope to reduce by lowering the penalties for drug possession across the state.
Spider-Man has always been a great fit for video games.