Ohio is off to the Glass City this weekend for a four game series against Toledo. The Rockets have had an abysmal year (4-17, 2-6 MAC) but that could be in part to playing all their games on the road. Ohio (9-9, 3-5 MAC) will be the first guest this season at Scott Park and the Bobcats hope they can put a downer on Toledo’s home opener.
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For the first time since mid-March, the Bobcats are going on a roadtrip. Ohio (9-8, 5-3 Mid-American Conference) will spend Easter weekend in Kent facing the Golden Flashes in a four-game series. After a split series against Western Michigan last weekend, Ohio has a chance to find a rhythm in the MAC and get back on another win streak.
Ohio’s losing streak extended to three games Thursday after a 2-1 loss to Miami at Bobby Kramig Field in Oxford.
On Wednesday, March 31, Ohio University Libraries hosted its third annual – but first-ever virtual – Art+FeminismWikipedia edit-a-thon.
It’s tournament time, Bobcat fans.
“Cancel culture” isn’t as clear-cut as it seems.
Student Senate advisor Jenny Hall-Jones shared during Senate’s meeting Wednesday that two culinary facilities at Ohio University will start to have dine-in options within the next week.
Police Blotter: Trespasser claims to be God protecting planet from 'Nazi cows'; woman told not to shoot trespassers with paintball gun
Gender inclusive housing petition requests more housing options for Ohio University’s LGBTQ+ students
Editor’s Note: The original story was redacted and updated. The article below contains further information on Housing and Residence Life’s expanded gender inclusive housing room selection process.
Every year Post members and alumni meet up for the Post Alumni Reunion. After last year’s last-minute cancelation and even more last-minute planning of a reunion that compiled all of the day's events and more into an hour-long Zoom call, this year’s first official, full-fledged virtual Post alumni reunion showed that even through Zoom that the Post family is strong.
Just over a week after hundreds of Ohio University students crowded onto Court Street to celebrate OU’s March Madness win, city officials are getting a better idea of the scope of the damage caused by the crowd.
Sydney Malham has spent the past four seasons as a goalkeeper for Ohio. She started in 42 out of the 47 games that she played with the Bobcats in her first three seasons, but Malham went into her last season like plenty of other athletes. She had no idea how COVID-19 would affect her senior season.
The Bottom Line: Despite a tough few months for fans, the Cleveland baseball team is going to surprise people this season
It has been a rough six months or so for fans of the Cleveland baseball team.
Accompanying the gradually warming weather, the cherry blossom trees along the bike path by Peden Stadium signal that spring is here.
Candidates speak about qualifications, ideas for student accessibility during OU Student Senate executive debate
Candidates for Student Senate leadership positions spoke about their qualifications and ideas for becoming more accessible to students during an executive debate Tuesday evening.
Ohio’s first opponent for the American Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs has been set.
Ohio University’s Student Senate executive candidates will be campaigning this week leading up to the Senate elections April 6.
The Racial Equity Coalition's Health and Wellness Committee put together a Minority International Student Panel on Healthcare in Athens. This panel will highlight some of the health care experiences of minority international students.
Graduate Student Senate voted Tuesday to update Chapter 16 in its Rules and Procedures to include respecting one’s pronouns and voiced its condemnation of racism toward the Asian community.
Weekender Briefs: Join OU Hillel for virtual Shabbat, visit ‘For the Love of Athens’ photo contest and exhibition
Diversity & Inclusion Drop-In Career Corner at 10 a.m., hosted virtually by Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center and Division of Diversity and Inclusion. Get help with career-related needs from career coach Tamika Williams. Sessions are often used to discuss resume feedback or to answer general questions about career development.