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Ohio (6-19, 4-10 Mid-American Conference) took down Central Michigan on Saturday for its fourth conference win this season. With a win Wednesday against Kent State, Ohio would have its first back-to-back conference wins of the season.
Amelia Dimoldenberg’s “Chicken Shop Date” series spans all the way back to 2014 when she started it as a concept for the magazine Cut in the United Kingdom. Nine years later, the deadpan interviewer has become a comedy legend on YouTube. Amassing over 1.77 million subscribers, the series has peaked in terms of celebrities, with Dimoldenberg recently interviewing artists such as Phoebe Bridgers and Matty Healy.
Boals is in his fourth year as head coach of the Bobcats.
The Ohio University Police Department reported Tuesday that a sex offense occurred in Wilson Hall, located on West Green, on Feb. 16.
On Feb. 15, Swedish band Girl Scout released their debut EP, “Real Life Human Garbage,” via Made Records. Embracing the weird and individualist outlet that music can provide for all, the band’s new project focuses on authenticity and self-perception. The weirdness in question can most likely be found on the track, “Weirdo.”
The sports world has been taken over by analytics, how has this Bobcats program adjusted?
In a rebuilding year for the Bobcats, Kroll has embraced the role of leader for a young Ohio team.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson spoke to Athens City Council on Monday about the city’s efforts to prevent the sale of flavored tobacco products within city limits.
Hosts Tate and Hannah talk about bad dating experiences on this special episode.
“The White Lotus” is a show that most people recognize because of one of its central characters, Tanya McQuoid-Hunt. Played by Jennifer Coolidge, McQuoid-Hunt is a millionaire with commitment issues and lavish spending habits. Yet, the show has also become a must-watch because of its interesting and strange cast, especially as the show was set in Italy for its second season.
The northern hemisphere has finally started to thaw from its cold winter, the sun is setting later in the day and rising earlier and the snow has begun to turn into a mix of rain and sunshine. Spring is on the horizon, and the transition to warmer weather needs the right soundtrack for it, as exemplified in these albums.
Editor’s note: A section of the beginning of this story has been removed because it editorialized the talent of musicians across Ohio, most notably in Dayton and Columbus. The story has been updated to reflect the most accurate information.
It’s been three years since Niall Horan released his sophomore album, “Heartbreak Weather,” but the singer is finally back with new music after taking some time off from recording and touring. Three weeks ago, Horan announced his first single, “Heaven,” from the upcoming third studio album, “The Show,” causing fans to go into a frenzy.
On February 9, The George Washington Forum brought to campus Professor Michael Munger from Duke University. Professor Munger presented a talk entitled "Is Capitalism Sustainable in a Democracy?” The question could, of course, be posed the other way around, “Is Democracy Sustainable within Capitalism?” Munger addressed the problems each of these systems face in terms of sustainability. Each of these, for different reasons, are susceptible to corruption through the concentration of wealth and power.
When Becky Clark made the decision to return to Athens in her late 20s, she became the executive chef at Little Fish Brewing Company, located on 8675 Armitage Road, about three months into the brewery’s operation.
Jaylin Hunter has always loved basketball.
There seems to be a never ending list of Nazi dog whistles. From things like Bored Ape Yacht Club (which is debatable) to HH/88, the list can feel like it stretches on forever. Like many marginalized groups, there has been somewhat of an effort for Jews to reclaim slurs or targeted language.
Ohio now sits alone at fifth place in the Mid-American Conference and will welcome the sixth place team, Northern Illinois, to The Convo on Tuesday.
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