After becoming a smoke and tobacco-free campus, Ohio University installed several cigarette butt recycling boxes around Court Street, Baker Center and near Chubb Hall.
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17Fest tickets are on sale starting today; a protest was held Thursday night in response to the firing of Jeff Sessions
Thanksgiving break is nearing, and it’s the end of the week. That, combined with the fact that it’s a long weekend, is a reason to celebrate. Start the celebration off with these fun news stories from the week:
As students, staff and Athens residents walk down East Union Street next to College Green, they may not pay much attention to the food trucks they pass by daily. Little do they know, the owners of the food trucks each have an interesting story to tell.
After a disappointing season last year, Ohio is aching for redemption. The Bobcats haven’t won the Mid-American Conference Championship since 2015, and they’re ready to live back up to their championship pedigree.
Young Thug has delivered since his first mixtape I Came From Nothing in 2011. He’s captivated the rap industry’s biggest names while polarizing fans with his unprecedented style and outlandish image. From wearing women’s designer dresses to posing naked on an album cover, one thing is clear, Young Thug is not your father’s rapper, and that’s a good thing.
Oct. 21 through Oct. 27 marked a bloody week in the United States. Both horrendous acts seen throughout the nation stemmed from the most nonviolent and intangible beginnings: Words.
Lorna Jean Edmonds is a firm believer that global issues are local issues. It’s something Edmonds challenges students to acknowledge, regarding globalization as the core and vision of Ohio University.
Jen Mainelli is bringing the “lazy man’s yoga” practiced in Thailand to Athens for residents who are looking to experience a kind of holistic self-healing.
We all love a snowy day where we can curl up with our favorite blanket and a mug of hot cocoa while watching all of our favorite Christmas movies.
OXFORD — Frank Solich was trying to come up with words.
OXFORD — Quinton Maxwell stood in the shotgun, looking downfield, trying to find an adjustment that could save the Bobcats’ season.
Student Senate members passed a bill to endorse the contract renewal for the Center of Student Legal Services and increase the service fee from $12 to $15 at Wednesday’s meeting.
Ohio University plans to demolish Smith House and Atkinson House and is pending demolitions for Armbruster House and Weld House.
OXFORD — Ohio’s comeback attempt fell short, and after falling into a deep first half hole Wednesday, it couldn’t recover. The Bobcats lost 30-28 to Miami at Yager Stadium.
OXFORD — Ohio fell 30-28 to Miami on Wednesday night at Yager Stadium, breaking the Bobcats’ five-game “Battle of the Bricks” win streak.
With the 2018 midterm elections now behind us, hosts Maddie Capron and George Shillcock break down the results and shared their initial reactions to what those results mean for national, state and local politics.
Red Dead Redemption is something of an anomaly within the gaming industry.
Priest charged with sexual battery may have groomed minor, not been appropriately punished by Steubenville diocese
Authorities are concerned whether or not a Catholic priest charged last week with eight counts of sexual battery was appropriately punished last November by the Diocese of Steubenville after he took a now-pregnant 17-year-old to a wedding, according to The Associated Press.
The son of a former Ohio University Board of Trustees member was charged with aggravated murder, murder and tampering with evidence Wednesday.