Ariel Tarosky, director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, was recently awarded the Bobcat Medal by Student Senate.
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When it comes to Shakespeare, audiences think of the popular works like “Hamlet” and “Romeo and Juliet.” However, these are not the best works Shakespeare has to offer. Though each is popular since it tackles a certain demographic, college and high-school ages particularly, they do not fully represent the creative ways Shakespeare writes.
Bill meant to dissolve businesses' COVID-19 health violations introduced to Ohio House of Representatives
A bill seeking to provide relief to businesses that have violated COVID-19 health orders was introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives in mid-February.
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Ohio hosted Bowling Green on Sunday in a must-win game to keep its chances at reaching the Mid-American Conference Championship alive. The Bobcats weren't successful and Bowling Green defeated Ohio 3-0 Sunday afternoon.
The wind was whipping through Bob Wren Stadium as the Bobcats played the finale of a four-game series against Central Michigan (10-8, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) on Sunday afternoon. Players’ hats were flying across the field, and the ball was flying off the Chippewas’ bats. Ohio dropped the game 14-3, but walked away with a series split, their first with the Chippewas since interim head coach Craig Moore joined Ohio’s staff in 2012.
While many awards ceremonies continue to be held in a virtual format, organizers have still found ways to recognize students’ work and make it a special experience for them.
The annual Appalachian Ohio State of the Region Conference is being held May 11 through 13 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. each day.
The Bobcats knew they needed to bounce back following Friday night’s 8-3 loss to Lindenwood. Especially goalie Max Karlenzig, who was pulled off the ice after letting in three goals in the first period.
Dozens gathered Saturday afternoon beside the Athens County Courthouse to protest hate and violence against Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and other race-based minority groups.
Ohio had a chance to take the series against Western Michigan on Saturday but failed to capitalize on the opportunity.
OU community members protest proposed changes to Center for Law, Justice and Culture on College Green
Ohio University students and faculty gathered Saturday on College Green to protest proposed budget cuts to OU’s Center for Law, Justice and Culture, or CLJC.
The hitting well ran dry for the Bobcats (9-8, 3-4 Mid-American Conference) as they split their doubleheader on Saturday with Central Michigan (9-8, 1-2 MAC). Ohio took game one 4-3 but fell 12-2 in game two after several offensive runs by the Chippewas.
Ohio volleyball walked away from Northern Illinois with a series sweep this past weekend, taking down the Huskies (8-14, 8-14 MAC) 3-0 on Saturday to seal the deal. The Bobcats (11-7, 11-7 Mid-American Conference) had not swept a team series since February, when they defeated Buffalo 3-0 on Feb. 11 and Feb. 12.
Ohio’s start to the Central States Collegiate Hockey League Round Robin wasn’t ideal.
Trevor Hafner fell to the ground after catching a foul ball over the fence at third base, but the spirits of the Bobcats were anything but down after their 5-1 victory in their series-opening game against Central Michigan (8-7, 0-1 Mid American Conference) at Bob Wren Stadium.
Ohio continued its conference play against Western Michigan at home in a doubleheader Friday. The Bobcats were looking to continue their momentum after picking up three out of four games against Mid-American Conference opponent Northern Illinois last weekend. The Bobcats were able to pick up the first game of the afternoon by a score of 4-2 . Then in the second game, it went back and forth, but Western Michigan was able to squeak it out and come away with the win by the score of 10-8.
Ohio swept Northern Illinois 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25- 21) on Friday in the Huskies’ Convention Center. This is Ohio’s first match sweep since it swept Miami on March 12. The Bobcats deserved the win, earning 15 more points than Northern Illinois (8-13, 8-13 Mid-American Conference) who struggled against Ohio’s offensive.
The dining halls at Ohio University have changed the way they distribute food to students this semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of students being able to self-serve their own food, and eat inside of the building, workers distribute food into to-go containers and students must eat in their residence hall.
Ohio University hosted its third annual Music Industry Summit on Thursday in a virtual format for the first time.