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The Ohio women's golf team sits in ninth place after the first round of the MAC Championships held Friday. The Bobcats shot a combined 343 and are 40 strokes off… Read More
Two men stood stranded to end the Ohio Bobcats’ final threat to the Ball State Cardinals (18-19, 7-9) as the Cards took home a 5-4 victory Friday. Jake Miller was… Read More
Game One Despite having just three hits, Ohio Softball manufactured enough runs to take down the Western Michigan Broncos, 7-5, in the first game of a doubleheader Friday. A four-error… Read More
The people of Lancaster, Ohio, have the opportunity to see folk musician Joe Pug before he hits it big. Pug is playing at the Wagner Theatre on Saturday, May 4 as part of a partnership between the OU-Lancaster Campus and the Lancaster Festival.
Jeremy Zerechak's award-winning Code 2600 strives to tell the story of privacy and security in the information age and to make people aware of how they fit into that story.
Although audiences may not always be aware of the work of the sound designer in the theater, it's a role that can be just as complex and important as that of director, according to Ohio University doctoral student Dan Dennis.
Stuart’s Opera House will welcome acclaimed singer-songwriter Bill Callahan for a special backstage show on Friday, May 3 at 8 p.m. During a career spanning two decades, Bill Callahan has… Read More
Drivers and pedestrians will have to find a new route in and out of the Uptown area starting in May. Construction crews will close the bridge to start upgrade work… Read More
Sarah Green has an artistic energy that inspires her to write both for the page and the stage. The Ohio University doctoral student in English is a nationally award-winning poet… Read More
An army of volunteers is expected to flood the roadside of U.S. Route 33 on Saturday as part of the nationwide Great American Cleanup Campaign. The Ohio Department of Transportation… Read More
Grammy-nominated guitarist, singer and songwriter Bill Kirchen returns to the Ohio Valley in early May for a series of concerts with Parkersburg’s own Todd Burge. WOUB's Mark Hellenberg talks with Burge about the duo's upcoming shows.