Coach Frank Solich has coached in the “Battle of the Bricks” for 14 years. He’s 11-2 and has won the last four. He won’t admit it, but there’s no doubt he’s dominated this rivalry with Miami since he took over in 2005.
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The internet helps spread politicians’ messages, but it can also be a host to disinformation.
More than 300 LGBT candidates are running nationwide for all offices while more than 1,000 women are running for federal and state office.
The levy opens discussions on how to address issues within the district.
The Post's Election Edition 2018
Democrat incumbent Sherrod Brown won the U.S. Senate race against Republican Jim Renacci, according to CNN and NBC News.
Ohio will open its regular season with in-state opponent Wilberforce.
Funk artist Freekbass is back in Athens.
In 2013, public relations marketer and then student Briagenn Adams wrote “10 Reasons Ohio University Is the Best Party School in the United States,” an article counting down the most important arguments for OU’s party school credentials.
The once oversaturated hardcore genre has seen a creative resurgence this year with an explosion of talented new bands including the Boston hardcore quintet Vein.
Video Game Review: ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ is one of the most ambitious games of the current console generation
Rockstar Games always sets out to top themselves with each new release, so when the company said Red Dead Redemption 2 would be larger, grander and more ambitious than its multi-billion dollar earning predecessor, Grand Theft Auto V, it came as no surprise. After finally being able to sink my teeth into more than 60 hours of story, as well as over 10 hours of side content, it is honestly shocking how ambitious this game is.
Student Senate will look to pass two bills and three resolutions on Wednesday at the general body meeting.
Two students found themselves in the weeds while smoking weed over the weekend.
In an effort to bring attention to Ohio University’s sustainability efforts, OU President Duane Nellis encouraged faculty to apply to become hub coordinators before the Nov. 13 deadline.
While many say all elections matter, there’s something different about 2018.
While Athens, along with Appalachian Ohio, has been disempowered by selective redistricting, reform efforts could change that
City Council: Members showed support for Bailey’s Mountain Bike Trail System and discussed updates to parking
City Council members expressed support for the Bailey’s Mountain Bike Trail System, discussed the residential parking program and changes to parking regulations at Monday night’s meeting.