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Q&A: Comedian Mo Rocca chats about comedy, career

Mo Rocca, best known for his sharp political commentary during his four years with The Daily Show and his cultural commentary on VH1's I Love The... series, will bring his wit and opinions to Ohio University's Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium tonight.



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Q&A: Retired colonel recounts divergent Iraq War duties

Retired Army Col. Peter Mansoor will share his experiences and insights about the Iraq War with Ohio University students today in Baker University Center 242. Mansoor is the chair of Military History at Ohio State University.



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Q&A: Ohio alumnus, NFL player brings reggae to Athens

Co-creator of the Island Heat Caribbean Music Festival Landon Cohen, former OU football player and a defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, talked to The Post's Gina Edwards about the Island Heat Caribbean Music Festival, coming back to Athens and the afterparty.


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Q&A: Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt to perform at Mem Aud

Award-winning singer/songwriters Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt will bring nearly two decades of touring and songwriting to Athens tonight. The duo has crafted a show that not only features their musical and songwriting chops, but also gives insight into the stories behind the songs. The Post's J.W. Johnson recently spoke to Lovett about the tour, his influence and his memories of his time in college.


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Hailing from Charlottesville, Va., Devon Sproule will be coming to Ohio University today to perform at The Front Room. Rolling Stone said Sproule's vocal and lyrical beauty is unmatched. Her fusion of folk and jazz music will be interesting for any listener, as has been proven by her extensive tours around the country ' with two visits to the United Kingdom ' in the past few years.


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Q&A with Laurel Scheffel

¥¥New Ohio University President Roderick McDavis said in a forum prior to his appointment that he would like to pump money into the men's basketball program, something coach Tim O'Shea likely would not oppose. The Post's Laurel Scheffel sat down with O'Shea to talk about the new president, off-season basketball, recruiting and tennis.

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