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Heading into the top of the seventh inning down 5-1, Ohio looked like it was on its way to being swept by Radford during the two teams’ three-game season opening series this weekend. The Bobcats already were defeated by the Highlanders 7-3 on Friday and 4-2 Saturday and needed something huge to get back into the game.
Dr. Fauci explains why Americans still might be wearing masks in 2022; Ohio as a state needs to improve its LGBTQ+ protections
Today is Monday, February 22. Here’s what you need to know:
Olivia Rodrigo, Sabrina Carpenter, Joshua Bassett, one viral TikTok song and two other irrelevant awkward ones, all make up the tea that has taken the world by storm.
The recent Nintendo Direct conference brought several updates and announcements, though the most exciting is the HD Remaster of “Skyward Sword.” A new addition to a long line of remasters and re-releases, “Skyward Sword” is coming to the ever popular Nintendo Switch.
The Rural Voices Summit is a conference that will bring together students, faculty, community members and healthcare workers to focus on the needs of transgender and gender diverse individuals in rural areas.
Jeremy Williams, an assistant professor of geology at Kent State University, presented a virtual Ohio University Geology Colloquium lecture about "Understanding the Inevitable: Great Dying Event" Friday, Feb. 19. Examining the past through the lens of the largest mass extinction on Earth, Williams sought to deliver a “warning” about the future to the science field.
Coming off Friday night’s loss to Adrian, the Bobcats traveled to the Arrington Ice Center with a good idea of what needed to be fixed heading into Saturday’s rematch. They had collapsed in the third period Friday and were unable to capitalize on scoring chances, especially on the power play.
Following the second period of hockey at Bird Arena Friday night, Ohio appeared to be in control of the game. The Bobcats had just taken a one-goal lead against Adrian.
Things were going Ohio’s way for the first two periods.
After playing a solid two periods of hockey, things seemed to fall apart for the Bobcats.
Bad news for the Bobcats.
Sam Steele has been an integral part of the Bobcats defense this season. The freshman’s ability to play the ball is natural, almost like the ball finds her. While she wishes it was that easy, Steele has had to work hard and roll with the changes to get to this point in her career.
On Thursday, Feb. 18, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., an Ohio University Black Summit was hosted via Zoom to forge togetherness among the people of Athens and the surrounding areas.
Ohio (4-3, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) lost its first match in its series against Bowling Green (9-0, 9-0 MAC) 3-1 in the Stroh Center on Thursday night. Ohio could not match the offensive intensity of the Falcons and found itself behind during most of the match. The Bobcats will get their crack at Bowling Green again on Friday at 5 p.m. again in the Stroh Center.
With sub-zero temperatures and a pandemic that makes exercising outside the home uncomfortable or even risky, many are turning to indoor, in-home workouts. Perhaps one of the easiest, most rewarding types of exercise you can do in your living space is yoga.
Does the sound of loose change swishing around in the depths of your pocket sound appealing? Of course not. How often are pennies found in between couch cushions, under floor mats, in your car or in coat pockets? Probably quite often, but does anyone ever find themselves stressing over the loss of pennies or becoming ecstatic over the discovery of pennies in random places? Most Americans would likely say they have never done either of those things, solely due to the fact that pennies are worthless in our economy.
COVID-19 has caused economic and emotional turmoil for all Americans, especially college students. Not only are students forced to do online learning and possibly stay at home altogether, many students are struggling with affording the tuition and taking out student loans.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 37: Discussing Justin Timberlake's pathetic Notes app apology, James Charles' fake pregnancy controversy
On the 37th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Justin Timberlake’s very late Notes app apology to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson, the controversy over James Charles faking his pregnancy and pretending to be bald, Olivia Wilde praising Harry Styles for doing the bare minimum and more.
Japan launches vaccine programs ahead of Summer Olympics; in-person events are making their way back to Baker
Today is Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Here’s what you need to know: