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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 tournament leading Kent State. Ohio is also 16 strokes behind the eighth place team, Bowling Green. Kara Brinkmann was Ohio's top golfer with a 79…. 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 hit with his fifth loss, despite throwing seven innings with seven strikeouts. The Bobcats (10-30, 5-11) overcame a one-run Ball State lead in the third… 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 sixth inning allowed the Bobcats to break a 5-5 tie and score a run without recording a single hit. Sloan Walker reached base on a… 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.
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Hodson talks with Dr. Alan Nathan, professor emeritus of physics at the University of Illinois. Nathan and Hodson discuss the physics of baseball, including the science behind a homerun, the advantages and disadvanages of wooden bats, and how a pitchers mechanics can affect their fastball…. Read More
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.
In the vein of the Las Vegas Strip and the streets of New Orleans, two Ohio lawmakers want the state's biggest cities to have entertainment districts where revelers can take their alcohol outdoors. A bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate on Thursday would allow cities with more than 50,000 residents to create areas exempt from… Read More
The state says Ohio hit another record for the number of people dying from drug overdose deaths, with more than 1,700 such overdose fatalities in 2011. The Ohio Department of Health blames the 1,765 deaths on the state's continuing prescription painkiller epidemic along with a continued rise in heroin abuse. The state says nearly five… Read More
Dr. Lisa Stein Haven, associate professor of English at Ohio University-Zanesville, recently published a photo essay entitled, "Chaplin and Crime: Planting the Seeds for Monsieur Verdoux" for the Criterion Collection. The work elaborates on a recent Criterion release, Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux (1947). Haven’s work provides new insight about the film’s incarnation, based on Chaplin’s interest… Read More