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A collection of stories from OU and Athens during Black History Month.
Sitting on the fourth floor of Alden library, in the designated “Very Quiet Study” space, my roommate and I were anything but silent as Nathan Chen finished his Olympic free skate routine.
Late last year, House Bill 172 was passed in Ohio, allowing the state’s residents to purchase and set off consumer-grade fireworks around specific holidays. The bill will go into effect July 1, 2022. This changes Ohio’s previous stance on fireworks that they could be purchased in-state but only launched outside of state borders.
If there's anything the filmgoing public has learned in the last several years, it’s that James Gunn is the king of writing satisfying arcs for problematic protagonists. Whether it’s Dawn of the Dead (2004), the Guardians of the Galaxy films or The Suicide Squad, Gunn proved this fact several times over. He cements it even further with Peacemaker.
Ohio opened its season with a trip to Beaumont, Texas, to compete in the Cardinal Classic. It wasn’t the start Ohio wanted, as it dropped four of its five games over the weekend and picked up its sole win when it defeated host Lamar 7-2 on Saturday.
In 1921, the prosperous Black neighborhood of Greenwood in Tulsa was brutally attacked by a white mob. Thirty-five blocks of the thriving community were burned over the course of 24 hours, and as many as 300 were murdered. In one act of brutality and racism, years of Black affluence were destroyed. Even the memory was stolen, as Tulsa denied the attack for decades, and no justice was ever served.
Ohio began its season this weekend in Spartanburg, South Carolina, to take on South Carolina Upstate. The Bobcats knocked off the rust in a three-game series but went 1-2 on the weekend.
The small town of Athens is known for being the home of Ohio University. Throughout the years, longtime residents have experienced all the partying and chaos that students have brought with them.
There’s one team Ohio has yet to face this season: Akron.
Ohio hit the road for its final away series to wrap up the regular season. It traveled to Illinois with hopes to finish on a positive note before heading into the playoffs.
Ohio took on Buffalo Saturday in its last dual match before the Mid-American Conference Championship meet in a couple of weeks. The Bobcats fell to the Bulls by a result of 25-10.
On this special episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria talk to Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan about the Olympics and more women in sports.
Athens (9-16, 6-6 Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio) needed its best effort Friday night to have any chance to upset No.1 seeded Waverly (19-4) in the Division II Southeast 1 sectional finals. However, Athens was outmatched by the No. 1 team and was dominated 77-48.
Women's Basketball: Gabby Burris' career day powers Ohio past Bowling Green 82-69 for Boldon's 100th MAC win
Ohio coach Bob Boldon shared an emotional moment and a high-five with Gabby Burris just outside the visitor’s locker room after Ohio’s 82-69 win over Bowling Green Saturday.
KENT — Jeff Boals saw the writing on the wall. He knew heading into the second timeout of the game that Ohio's loss to Kent State was inevitable.
KENT — Ohio has suffered blow out losses this season, but never to the scale it had against Kent State on Friday night. In one of, if not its worst loss all season, Ohio was run out of the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center in a disastrous 75-52 loss that erased much of the progress it had worked for over the past week.
Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund grows during Bengals’ playoff run, LGBT Center hosts new support group and more
The Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund grew from around $1.3 million to over $1.6 million from increased donations around the country inspired by Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals’ playoff run.
Ohio will hit the road once again when it travels to take on Kent State in the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center in Kent, Ohio Friday night.