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The air in The Convo was different after DeVon Baker planted his feet and shot a 3-pointer to kick off Ohio’s game against Alabama State. As Baker’s shot fell into the basket, there was not a quiet person on Ohio’s bench. The energy radiated off of an Ohio team that had been dull the past week or so and it carried Ohio to a 72-58 victory.
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Ohio was victorious for the first time this season, as it beat Indiana State, 74-62. After four tough losses to begin the season, Ohio needed a win under its belt to build confidence as nonconference play continues.
Ohio kicked off the Bobcat Battle with a game against Eastern Illinois on Friday afternoon. Ohio (2-3, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) walked into The Convo on a losing streak after losing to Michigan in overtime Nov. 20, however, Ohio bucked the trend and left with a 78-67 victory.
C.J. Harris didn’t have a start or a touchdown in his collegiate career until last week against Ball State. However, you would never guess that just by watching him Tuesday night.
Ohio is headed to Detroit. It crushed Bowling Green 38-14 Tuesday in the regular season finale to clinch the Mid-American Conference East Division and earn a spot in the MAC Championship game against Toledo.
The United States is back in the world cup, which is great for soccer in America. I’m going to call it soccer, because that is what the sport that I played was called back in my younger years. If you are a British bloke reading this, I understand that it technically makes more sense to call it football, what with all the feet and all the balls but we’ve got our own football in the United States so one can understand that it would be a crowded vocabulary here, no? It doesn’t matter, that’s not what I’m going to talk about today. The USA just played their first world cup game in eight years and we tied Wales 1-1. I said ‘we’ because this is the only time I feel like a true red, white and blue patriot.
Hosted by Junior Cole Patterson and Senior Jensen Knecht, Night Court is a podcast that explores student life at Ohio University beyond the classroom, with interviews from local personalities and fan-favorites.
Thanksgiving is officially on the horizon. For most of us, there is a feeling of excitement that comes with the prospect of great food yet is tinged with the reminder that good food means you will be seeing your family. If you’re one of the few that genuinely likes all of your family members, good for you, but Thanksgiving for the rest of us always comes with some eye rolls. If you’re looking for some ways to improve your Thanksgiving, here are some tips:
Get to know OU Men’s Baskeball player Elmore James, international students prepare for the US’s largest holiday, National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza remains under construction and more.
Athens City Council met on Monday to discuss a resolution recommending the mayor deprioritize the criminalization of any aspects of abortion in Athens.
Each week, the Sports editorial team selects its Top 25 Division I college football teams for the Student Media Poll.
Athens City Council met in committees Nov. 14 to discuss a resolution that would make Athens a sanctuary city for reproductive rights.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, Club Q was bursting with energy as local LGBTQIA+ community members partied at the only gay nightclub in the conservative town of Colorado Springs. When Anderson Lee Aldrich arrived that night and killed five people and wounded another 18, the town went quiet. The LGBTQIA+ community went quiet. The world, slowly becoming desensitized to such tragedies, even went quiet for a moment.
Every year, The Recording Academy comes together to decide on music’s best for their annual Grammys Awards ceremony, but many times, they cast aside musicians who were more than deserving of a nomination.
My conversations usually begin with something like asking someone if they listen to BROCKHAMPTON, and getting a response that they’ve never heard of him.
Thanksgiving break is right around the corner, which means that many of us will be coming home to a grand Thanksgiving feast surrounded by dearly missed family members. It’s a time of giving thanks for the things that have helped you get through the distressing times of the fall semester and celebrating with the people around you.
The construction of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, or NPHC, Plaza, which will honor historically African American fraternities and sororities, is close to completion, although there is no set reveal date.
To quote Beyoncé, America has a problem. And that problem is: How am I supposed to make mood and vision boards with cute magazine cutouts if every magazine goes digital-only? Furthermore, what are car repair shops going to pile atop the lone coffee table in their lobbies if we the people are permanently deprived of paper magazines? This is an emergency.