Ohio (6-9 overall, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) ended their regular season with a tough loss on the road against Davidson (7-11 overall, 1-6 A10) who shut down the Ohio offensive attack with a stingy defense.
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Halloween weekend has already come and gone in Athens, but the initial holiday is still on the horizon. As Halloween Tuesday is quickly approaching, you may need more last-minute costume ideas. These costumes can be found in your closet, or you can buy the supplies at a low cost!
Its a riot! Zoe, Jada, and special guest Celia Hawk discuss everything punk!! Join us as we discuss afropunk, Vivienne Westwood, the Sex Pistols, Riot Grrrl, and punk around the world! Plus a special round of punk jeopardy in Jada's Corner!
After a 3-1 start to the season, Ohio DII Hockey sits at a 4-3 record on the season. With two shootout losses in its last two games, the first of which featured Ohio coming up short to Penn State last Saturday. The second of those came Thursday in its late-night matchup against Dayton, who entered the game 1-4.
Ohio (6-3, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) couldn't have asked for a better start in its 30-16 loss against Miami, but by the end of the game made too many mistakes to have a chance to win the game.
By the fourth quarter of Saturday's game between Ohio and Miami, you could hear a pin drop inside Frank Solich Field at Peden Stadium. Miami (7-2, 4-1 Mid-American conference) came to town looking to take sole possession of first place in the Mid-American Conference’s east division and left with a 30-16 win.
Field Hockey: Ohio travels to Davidson for an out-of-conference matchup to wrap up the regular season.
Ohio (6-8, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) travels to Davidson (6-11, 1-6 A10) for an out-of-conference matchup to wrap up the regular season.
Ohio (6-8, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) lost in heartbreaking fashion against MAC No.1 Appalachian State (13-4, 6-1 MAC) 3-2 in overtime. Appalachian State was able to keep its number one seeding in the upcoming MAC tournament with its win while the Bobcats fell to fourth in the conference with the loss.
Join Arielle Lyons and Hannah Dickerson in a conversation about the second Pop music show of the 2023 season! They also give a preview for the upcoming show for the OU vs Miami game, and what might happen if the Bobcats prevail over the RedHawks. This episode may be shorter than usual, but it's still jam-packed with all the Marching 110 behind-the-scenes info, as always!
In the very first episode of Blue Line Banter Cassie and Andrew talk about their favorite teams in the NHL. Along with their predictions for the season.
Ohio secured a victory against Adrian on Thursday. The Bobcats held a steady lead throughout the game and won 4-3.
Daily Rundown: Protestors support Palestine, Green Games creates sustainable athletics, the effects of growing up with mass shootings and more
Ohio University students and Athens community members gathered outside the Athens County Courthouse Thursday evening to stand in solidarity with Palestine as a smaller group of people gathered in support of Israel across the street.
Ohio (5-7-5, 3-4-3 Mid-American Conference) hosted Akron (3-13-1, 1-8-1) at Chessa Field on Thursday. The matchup was the regular season's final match and MAC matchup before the playoffs began. Ohio still had a method of crashing the MAC tournament, but it needed to win while needing both Buffalo and Toledo to lose their respective matches.
It’s finally time for every Bobcat’s favorite weekend, HallOUweekend. One of the major traditions going back all of the way to the 18th century is dressing up for this haunted holiday. Many students have known what they would dress up as for weeks, if not months, in anticipation of this long-awaited weekend. From pop culture sensations like Barbie to classic standbys such as angels and devils.
Some of my favorite accounts to keep up with on X, formerly known as Twitter, center on posting updates and news regarding film and entertainment. Among the numerous replies under every new blockbuster announced, I have noticed an increasing amount of disdain about the current variety of films being made. With that in mind, I would like to invite everyone to take a look beyond the major studio films to independent films.
Ohio University Athletics has welcomed a new and creative way to create a more sustainable campus through Green Games.
I don’t know that I’ve ever written a column in first person before. As an editor, it's actually something I encourage writers not to do for the sake of professionalism. However, I also believe most people are hypocrites in one way or another. Thus, I am breaking my own rule here, hopefully for a good cause.
Halloween is undervalued.