From Friday afternoon until Saturday at dusk, musicians and Appalachian artists entertained the audiences at the Hocking Hills Music Festival in Rockbridge.
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Victor Frankenstein pays dearly for playing God in Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein, and by the end he, his creation and his entire family are dead. Well, everyone except Ernest. The Frankenstein middle child is miraculously spared from the creature’s murderous rampage, but why? Did Shelley forget he existed, or does Ernest’s survival have a deeper meaning?
At some point, we’ve all done the math — the pandemic started March 2020 and, somehow, has continued now into October 2021. It hasn’t been slowly tapering off, either. Just a month ago, Athens was in the throes of a violent surge of the Delta variant. That’s over 18 months of death, economic instability, anxiety and isolation, along with a cluster of generally awful consequences of quarantine.
After a plumbing issue in Brown Hall led to what residents described as “brown water” and a potent smell, the issue was attributed to a cracked cast-iron drainpipe.
It has been a long journey for forward Nick Carretta. Hopefully for both him and Ohio, his two goals and two assists in Ohio’s 8-2 win over Roosevelt on Saturday was not his peak, but instead another big step for a player who has taken so many.
Every time the door to Ohio’s locker room opened on Saturday after the game, cheers rang out.
In the fourth quarter, Ohio trailed by three points in what had been a back-and-forth battle between it and Central Michigan.
Ohio is making improvements. Its progress is slow, but results are beginning to show.
Ohio lost for the first time in its Mid-American Conference schedule after a 30-27 duel with Central Michigan on Saturday.
Before Saturday, Armani Rogers never started in a game for Ohio.
Ohio will look to get its second Mid-American Conference win of the season when it hosts Central Michigan on Saturday for its Homecoming game.
Athens’ 11-game win streak against Wellston was snapped Friday. The Bulldogs’ hopes of winning out the season were shattered, and the Golden Rockets wasted no time and found plenty of chances to score in their 49-28 win.
Ohio pulled off a comeback in a 5-4 overtime win against Bellarmine. Ohio was down 4-1 at halftime, but thanks to a composed second half and a hat-trick from midfielder Katelyn Whittle, it accomplished a 4-0 run and won in extra time.
A blowout is nothing new for Ohio this season, but Friday’s 9-1 domination of Roosevelt was one of its most lopsided yet.
It was a clash of green and white in The Convo Friday evening. Mid-American Conference West member Eastern Michigan made the trip to Athens for one match against Ohio. The Bobcats were defeated 3-2 on their home court.
The Ohio University Police Department reported Friday a sexual offense that reportedly occurred on Oct. 2 in Tanaka Hall, located on South Green.
West Virginia came to Athens trying to stir up trouble, but Ohio was not going to let anyone bully it on home ice. The Bobcats won an aggressive game Thursday night in Bird Arena, beating the Mountaineers 6–1.
Ohio improved to 4–1 on the season with a 6–1 win over West Virginia. Once again, a strong first period was a major part of the victory Thursday night at Bird Arena.
What once started as a small garden, the Ohio University Student Farm, 338 W. State St., has blossomed into a giving tree for both students and the community.
When entering college, a lot of students are thrown into unfamiliar and uncomfortable situations when getting used to their new environment. Often, that stress is combined with being a person in a marginalized identity group, making the whole experience even more difficult. At Ohio University, Unified Sisters is a student-run organization that looks to help students in those situations acclimate to college life and find a true sense of community.