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Governor Discusses Education Funding Formula At Town Hall

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Gov. John Kasich and state education leaders fielded online questions Thursday evening about the state's newly unveiled school funding formula at a town hall meeting in Columbus. Kasich revealed his new education plan Thursday afternoon, which largely aims to equalize funding for districts of economic difference across the state. He encouraged the public to submit… Read More

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Accolades Continue For Ohio Senior

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The honors and accolades are piling up for Ohio senior guard D.J. Cooper. Fran Fraschilla, writer for ESPN Insider, released his midseason rankings on “the players with the most impact on their teams, conference races and college basketball in general,” according to the article on ESPN’s website. Cooper makes the list as the 25th best… Read More

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Ohio, Penn State Rivalry Renewed

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For years, Ohio University and Penn State had one of the bitterest rivalries in club hockey. After all, being the two winningest teams in ACHA history, some bad blood is bound to develop among tough competitors. The two programs would schedule home-and-home series annually, and those games would draw gigantic crowds in both Athens and… Read More

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Harrison Hightower: Leading By Example


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On a team with such youth, red shirt sophomore Harrison Hightower finds himself in a rather different role than many sophomores would be in – leadership. By now it is no secret that the freshmen on Ohio’s roster greatly outnumber upperclassmen. On a team with little experience, Hightower’s experiences are invaluable. “It’s pretty important (because)… Read More

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Women’s Choir, Medieval Music This Weekend At Union Hall Theater

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Female voices and medieval melodies will echo throughout the Union Hall Theater when the Calliope Feminist Choir joins forces with Silent Lion this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The Athens-based choir will perform several songs that were composed or arranged by women, followed by Chesterhill residents John and Barbiel Saunders with their unique blend of medieval,… Read More