Amani Burke entered the training room desperate for aid. Her muscles ached, her head throbbed and her body shivered from the chills that combated her 101 degree fever.
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Last time on This Is Us, the family was celebrating Thanksgiving. This particular holiday has proven to be extremely tough for the Pearsons in the past, but with all of the drama, it was hard for audiences to wait almost two months for the show’s return.
Ohio lost its second consecutive game of the Mid-American Conference season after a 76-73 loss at Buffalo.
It’s been a day since the 92nd Academy Award nominees have been revealed and it would be a lie to call them anything but predictable.
Athens townies bond, reflect over watching Joe Burrow ascend from high school star to national champion
Richard Zippert doesn’t normally go to Cat’s Eye Saloon on weekday evenings.
Instagram is rolling out direct messages on its website; OU professors to hold silent protest Friday
The infamous Kardashian family has entertained millions of people worldwide for years, first catching the public’s eye when their famous father successfully defended OJ Simpson. After seventeen successful seasons of Keeping Up with The Kardashians, the family became a household name, and the sisters overtook the internet.
For some, the lifestyle of CrossFit can seem intimidating, but for Jolene Quirke, she lives and breathes it by coaching people every day to become stronger and healthier individuals through the practice.
The 2020 Golden Globes created a firestorm on social media last week, not because of controversial award winners, but because of Ricky Gervais’ opening monologue. In his final time hosting the Golden Globes, Gervais, a millionaire celebrity, spent seven minutes ridiculing millionaire celebrities for speaking about politics, by lecturing about politics himself.
Cardboard Sailors is holding a release party Thursday at The Union, 18 W. Union St., with well-known openers Gorilla Party of Athens and Cousin Simple of Columbus in celebration of its first EP, Dreams or Something.
Ohio University faculty members are hosting a silent protest at the Board of Trustees meeting Friday, Jan. 17, to protest budget cuts.
After pulling off a major conference win at Buffalo, Ohio will travel to Kalamazoo on Wednesday in hopes of doing it again against Western Michigan. The Broncos had a three-game winning streak snapped in their last game and hopes to find their way back against the Bobcats.
TV Review: Will Peter put things in the past with Hannah Brown and continue his journey on ‘The Bachelor’?
Last week, Peter Weber began his Bachelor journey by meeting dozens of women who are competing to be his “co-pilot for life.” Twenty-two women made it past night one, while Hannah Brown returned for one last punch at his heart.
Members of City Council expressed their support for LGBTQ legislation pending in the statehouse during Monday’s committee meetings.
If you were trying to rebuild a broken building, would you hire the architect who designed the faulty foundation or go with a designer who has a fresh blueprint? While somewhat oversimplified, that argument is at the core of the current Democratic presidential nominee race, but instead of a master architect, we’re seeking the president elect.
Ohio guard Erica Johnson rushed out of the Bobcats locker room with her iPhone in hand. Her forehead was still moist with sweat from the practice that had just concluded. She saw coach Bob Boldon, then dashed up to him.
Unlike the university, the businesses of Athens remain open for business during winter break.
Ohio University announced Monday the creation of “Ohio Guarantee+,” which expands on the previous tuition guarantee and should ensure a new level of cost transparency and affordability.
The nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards have been announced, and this year’s nominations reflect how interesting 2019 was for film.
Slow and steady wins the reproductive race; here’s how students’ absence affects local businesses during winter break