Ohio University announced Friday that it has entered into a new contract with CVS to provide asymptomatic testing to students.
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The Mid-American Conference announced Ohio’s 2021-22 conference schedule Friday. It will play in 20 conference games over a period of 10 weeks.
The Mid-American Conference released the 2021-22 conference schedule for Ohio on Friday.
Though there have been some classic seasons of American Horror Story, including but not limited to Murder House and Coven, the 10th installment of the anthology series is shaping up to be on par with the best of them.
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A group of students, faculty and staff in Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine have written an open letter condemning the efforts of three osteopathic physicians who have been accused of spreading COVID-19 misinformation online.
Congressman Tim Ryan (D-13th District) visited Athens Thursday, meeting community members in several locations as part of his Workers First Tour through Ohio.
Ohio held its home opener at Chessa Field Thursday, hosting Marshall for the first time since 2018.
Last year was a transition for all of us: a transition to wearing masks, a transition to not seeing our friends and loved ones regularly and a transition to online work. The additional pressure of being a college freshman only made the transition that much more difficult for me.
On Aug. 26, people world wide watched the trailer for Spencer, a biopic about the late Princess Diana. An icon of the 80s and 90s, many know her for the various movies, documentaries and books published about her life. Yet, her story is being told again, which begs the question: when will the media stop exploiting people’s trauma?
The Ohio University LGBT Center hosted an event Aug. 26 at Armory Park that highlighted the queer community in Athens — specifically, those in the community who are interested in art.
The world of esports is a fast-growing industry that draws interest from younger, tech-savvy generations. Esports are defined as multi-player video games played in competitive tournaments, especially by professional gamers. Ohio University plans on changing the lack of video game presence within the university by opening a new esports facility.
As both the fiery summer heat and the bold energy of Leo season start to die down, we turn the page to Virgo season, where we are met with a calmer energy that’s soothing for everyone.
Legacy: Women of Southeast Ohio, a series of documentary films, is premiering at Stuart’s Opera House on Aug. 27. The documentary showcases the impact of four trailblazing Southeastern Ohio women: Ada Woodson Adams, Francine Childs, Dru Riley Evarts and Carol Kuhre.
The amount of recognition and reverence that comes with being a business owner, especially during the pandemic, is immense. But what about the amount that is received when one is not only a business owner, but also a midwife, an avid New Yorker and most importantly, a mother? The answer is infinite.
From political pleas to marriage memos, the walls have seen it all.
From family drama to ants in the mail, here's a recap of some of the more interesting police dispatches from the summer.
The tunes college kids just can’t resist.
Tettleton hopes to give current Bobcats the same treatment he received when he was quarterback for Ohio.
After Hooks declared for the WNBA Draft in April, it didn’t take long for her to reconsider her decision.