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Frigid Temperatures Mean More Students Using Campus Shuttle Service

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Ohio University students are utilizing the campus shuttle service in an effort to avoid the frigid temperatures this winter. "The numbers for ridership have increased", said Bridget Allmann from Ohio University Transportation and Parking Services. The university increased the number of shuttles Monday because of the extreme cold and for the first time, extended hours… Read More

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OU Hopes New Program Creates More Primary Care Physicians

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In an effort to increase the number of future primary care physicians practicing in the state, Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has launched a new program that allows the state’s top high school seniors to apply for medical school before even starting their undergraduate coursework. Through the Early Assurance Program, which begins with… Read More

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Gov. Kasich Ask for More Snow Days


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Snow day!  If Gov. John Kasich has his way, more Ohio students will be hearing those two precious words. In light of recent hazardous weather, Kasich is pushing legislation to increase calamity days. Currently, Ohio public schools are allowed five calamity days per year.  Kasich said many schools have already used all five days, and… Read More

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Sitting Down With Ohio Guard Nick Kellogg


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Bobcats' guard Nick Kellogg has been a huge part of Ohio's basketball success over the past four years. Kellogg has the program record for 3-pointers in a single-season and in part of the program's three NCAA tournament wins over the past four years.  Graham Fugazzi, host of The Bobcats Sports Showcase, sat down with the… Read More

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Eastern Embraces Distinctive Architecture


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Every gym has a distinct quality to it–some custom characteristic that sets it aside from others. It exists solely to allow fans, players and coaches to claim it as their gym. Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium was built to intimidate their opponent by carving out the perfect placement for their savage student section. When Syracuse plays,… Read More