Endor’s song “Pump it Up” rang through the speakers of Bob Wren Stadium as Ohio was closing the door on its second series sweep of the season against Eastern Michigan. Down the left field line, players in the bullpen were seen throwing water and dancing with traffic cones on their heads in celebration.
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Many students reported positive experiences at Ohio University’s COVID-19 vaccination clinics despite the university’s ongoing struggle with filling vaccination appointments.
City Council: Members discuss possible increase in cost per unit for University Estates affordable housing project
Athens City Council discussed the affordability of units within the University Estates Incentive District at its Monday night meeting.
J.L. and Jack hop on the pod one last time for the season finale and go over their favorite moments of the year.
Athens County reported 80 new COVID-19 cases last week, bringing the total count to 5,038. Athens remains a level 3, or red, county in Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System for high levels of COVID-19 exposure and spread.
Some student organizations, individuals believe OU’s inclusive excellence strategic plan is not enough
Ohio University’s creation of an inclusive excellence strategic plan involved several student organizations on campus that believe the plan is not doing enough to address inclusion at OU.
Few creatures are as iconic as the Lovecraftian monster Cthulhu. The Great Old One has appeared in numerous films and video games. Despite this great acclaim and having Lovecraft’s fictional universe be known as the “Cthulhu Mythos,” Cthulhu is far from the most interesting or powerful creature in Lovecraft’s fiction.
Marvel releases trailer for new movie ‘Shang-Chi’; here’s what you need to know about the latest Athens City Council meeting
Today is Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
The classic rock band Greta Van Fleet is back and eager to show personal and musical growth in their long awaited second album The Battle at Garden’s Gate.
Holding Absence has nothing to prove. Its self-titled debut album already solidified the trio as a mainstay in the post-hardcore scene, easing listeners with its hauntingly beautiful textures and front man Lucas Woodland’s absurd range.
The writers of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier have been teasing for a week or so that episode five, titled “Truth,” was going to be a big episode with a big cameo. They mostly delivered on those teases but fell short on delivering the best episode of the series; that honor still belongs to the previous episode.
Ohio University’s Survivor Advocacy Program, or SAP, has adapted to COVID-19 and, with the school year coming to an end, its staff is taking time to reminisce on the school year and what’s to come.
A new Ohio Senate bill would allow townships to approve or deny neighboring renewable energy sources like solar or wind.
Ohio started and finished the weekend strong, but things got bumpy in the middle.
Today is Monday, April 18, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Ohio (14-15, 10-10 MAC) lost Sunday’s series finale against Bowling Green 2-1, splitting the series at two games a piece. The Bobcats were looking to get their first series win since March but were unable to pull it off.
April is National Internship Awareness Month, and Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center, or CLDC, is helping students and alumni navigate through the internship, job search and application process.
The Bobcats have struggled against Liberty all season. They went into Sunday afternoon’s quarterfinal matchup with a 1-7 record on the season against the Flames, hoping for a different outcome.
Denim Day will take place Wednesday, April 28, from 8 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. The day is hosted by Ohio University’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life and Survivor Advocacy Program, or SAP, and is a way to show support to survivors of sexual assault and violence.