Ohio traveled to Cullowhee, North Carolina, on Sunday to face Western Carolina for its final nonconference match of the season. Despite a solid effort in the first half, Ohio fizzled out and lost 3-0.
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The 23rd annual Pawpaw Festival kicked off Friday and introduced history, education and cooking tips for festival-goers who were unfamiliar with the pawpaw fruit.
The Center for International Studies, or CIS, at Ohio University is an academic community that offers educational programs for students interested in global and international issues. The center offers programs within African Studies, Asian Studies, Communication and Development Studies, European Studies, Global Studies, Latin American Studies, International Development Studies and War and Peace Studies.
As Ohio University’s Nov. 15 COVID-19 vaccination deadline approaches, the vaccination rates of its regional campuses are much lower than those of the Athens campus.
With sweat pouring and eager feet tapping, a sold-out crowd Saturday night at Columbus’ EXPRESS LIVE! chatted away, trying to distract themselves from the mile-long minutes that couldn’t tick by fast enough. Indie folk’s maestro, Phoebe Bridgers, would appear at any moment.
Ohio lost a close one on the road against Saint Francis on Sunday by a margin of 2-1. Ohio was looking to get its first road win of the season, but it ultimately came up short in a low-scoring match, failing to get the best of the Saint Francis defense.
Ohio once again failed to record a win after an unsuccessful weekend at the WKU Invitational in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
The Bobcats got their 2021-22 season started Saturday with their annual Green and White scrimmage. Green came away with a 4-2 shootout win in a game that was as exciting and dramatic as a scrimmage could be. It was Ohio’s first game in front of its fans in Bird Arena in almost two years.
After a solid win on the road against Cleveland State to snap a two-match losing streak, Ohio travels to North Carolina to face off against Western Carolina in what should be a highly competitive matchup.
Ohio traveled to face No. 23 Kent State for its first Mid-American Conference match of the season. Despite pushing the match into double-overtime, Ohio suffered its sixth loss of the season 3-2.
Just three months ago, the future of The Post seemed bleak.
Athens traveled to play at Vinton County Friday night for its second conference matchup in a row. Unlike last week, the end result was not in the Bulldogs’ favor, and they lost 50-21.
'The Post' student media sales internship manager position to be funded, expanded under new OU student media plan
Ohio University announced Friday a long-term investment plan for the future of its student media organizations by expanding the role of The Post’s current student media sales internship manager to serve all student media on campus.
LAFAYETTE, La. — Ohio was three yards away from scoring. Down three touchdowns in the third quarter, it clung to the faint hope of mounting a comeback against Louisiana.
A mass disturbance involving inmates at the Southeast Ohio Regional Jail was reported Thursday evening in a news release by the City of Nelsonville.
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Murphy’s Farm, located in Coolville, is getting ready for the Halloween season by hosting its annual “Field of Screams” haunted attractions.
Today’s college students have grown up with climate disaster always looming near. Time is marked by extinctions and natural disasters, images of polar bears clambering on melting chunks of ice and footage of people whose homes have been destroyed by hurricanes. That makes it hard to understand why the environment has become a political issue: everybody lives on this planet with a front row seat to its ongoing dilapidation.
Individually, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X are cultural giants. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t at least know their names. In their heydays, though, when Muhammad Ali was the heavyweight champion of the world and Malcolm X was a spokesman for the Nation of Islam-- they may have been two of the most famous (or infamous, dependent on who you asked) Black men in America.
Following Ohio University President Hugh Sherman’s announcement that all students, faculty and staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 15, students have mixed opinions.