As college classes continue across the country, many students have found themselves not where they pictured. Classes, residence halls and coursework have all been adjusted to the ongoing pandemic. But some students have decided to wait it out.
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While the coronavirus forced all of us back into our homes, Fiona Apple also stayed home. But she left her comfort zone.
Last weekend was a roller coaster for three of the NBA’s top stars.
Today is Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Week two of high school football has come and gone with a plethora of upsets and disappointing losses.
Big Sean, the Detroit native artist, has released his newest album, Detroit 2. This project serves as a sequel to Sean’s well-received project, Detroit, which was released in 2012.
ST. MARYS, West Virginia — After Alexander’s 20-13 loss to Athens on Aug. 28, the feeling coming out of that game was optimism.
With 9:22 left on the clock, the Nelsonville-York sideline was full of energy. With 4:35 left, it was somber. And with 4:19, it was silent.
Sooner or later, all good things must come to an end.
The Student Senate Judiciary Panel will not be reopening applications for this year’s Senate election happening Sept. 14 and will only include formerly registered candidates on the ballot.
On the 22nd episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Twenty One Pilots’ Tyler Joseph being canceled, John Boyega roasting Disney, who is in talks to design the 2028 Olympics logo and more.
2020 has largely been dedicated to learning how to adapt everyday life to the pandemic’s circumstances. After welcoming the “new normal,” Zoom is now a household name as video conferencing platforms became a necessity for communication purposes. Whether you are listening to lectures, remotely conversing with co-workers or virtually meeting with friends, odds are you’re probably using Zoom on a frequent basis.
David Blaine flies over 24,000 feet using helium balloons; Athens county is now classified as a level 2 for coronavirus
Today is Friday, September 4, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
The issue of race is not new to America and its history; however, creating and policies for racial progress further divides America. As such, protests have evolved, and the majority are joining the battle for justice. Ongoing racial relations within America have ignited activism from celebrities, specifically, professional sports organizations. Recently, the NBA players canceled playoff games, outraged over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. This level of activism is impactful in giving social justice reform an elevated voice with strength in numbers.
Athens has not lost to Vinton County since joining the TVC-Ohio in 2008. Friday’s game could test that streak’s longevity.
Nelsonville-York will travel to Wellston on Friday looking to get its season back on track with its first win of the season.
Men's and Women's Basketball: Mid-American Conference releases tentative 2020-2021 basketball schedule
The Mid-American Conference released a tentative 2020-2021 conference schedule for the men’s and women’s basketball season.
Athens County was moved to a level 2 on Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System for COVID-19 cases Thursday as the county’s case count surpassed 400.
Alexander travels to West Virginia on Friday in search of its first win.