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Ohio soccer program saves leader Mattie Liston has moved on, leaving the Bobcats with a new look in the net. Matthew Doyle breaks down the Green and White goalkeeping situation.
With almost half of the Ohio volleyball team's offensive production from 2013 gone, the Bobcats look to stay atop the Mid-American Conference with a couple new faces at the net.
The Ohio volleyball team will take on some of the country’s elite opponents during the Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Honolulu, Hawaii. Coming off a 27-6 season that included an appearance in the NCAA tournament, the Bobcats are no strangers to fierce competition from some of the country’s best teams. “There’s definitely pressure involved,” said… Read More
A new suicide prevention program at Ohio University aims at training students, faculty and staff to recognize and respond to a peer who may be suicidal. Counseling and Psychological Services rolled out Bobcats Who Care this summer. The three-hour training teaches individuals to identify those who are at risk and to talk to them in a… Read More
The Ohio Department of Health and a committee of industry leaders have redefined the rules for body art for the first time since the late 1990s. Starting September 1, the new rules will be in effect. A key revision in the rules centers on minors. Now, anyone under the age of 18 cannot have their… Read More
Yeager Airport officials are exploring a project that could make the airport the first in the nation to run entirely on electricity it generates from solar panels. Members approved a motion to find the lowest bid on the project at a board meeting Thursday. The project would place solar panels atop the parking garage closest… Read More
Ohio University President Roderick McDavis reflected on his first decade at the helm of the university and the transformations he has seen during his annual State of the University address to faculty and staff on Wednesday. McDavis, a 1970 OU alumnus, took the president’s oath at his alma mater in 2004. “Ten years has given… Read More
According to Ohio head coach Frank Solich, this season’s group of running backs is one of the most versatile and reliable groups to play during his tenure. “We have a make up of running backs that’s better than we’ve ever had before,” Solich said Monday during his weekly press conference at Peden Stadium. “You can… Read More
All across this great land we are fond of outdoor food! Exciting as they are fairs, carnivals, amusements parks, rodeos and seaside resorts are not only popular because of the activities, but, because of familiar scents that are undeniably a main attraction. Heavenly scented and mouth-watering FRIED DOUGH is the specific name for a… Read More
In many ways, the 2014 Ohio Bobcats are a new-look team. New faces are stepping in, and some familiar ones are stepping up into starting roles. One unit that remains largely intact from last year to the present is the Bobcats’ defensive line. Continuity, close relationships and another year to grow has made for a… Read More
Water. It’s something that affects our communities in many ways. We wash in it, drink it, use it to bathe our children and for industrial purposes. Flooding can devastate a community, but also can bring industry and jobs to the region. How does the region protect this vital resource? The Water Project, a new interactive… Read More
A base salary increase and bonus for Ohio University President Roderick McDavis were approved unanimously Thursday afternoon by the OU Board of Trustees, bumping his annual compensation above $500,000. During the board’s full meeting at the university’s new Dublin medical campus on Thursday, McDavis’ new base salary of $465,000 and bonus of $85,000 were approved…. Read More
Candidates in West Virginia's 1st and 2nd congressional districts are set to participate in a candidate forum. Democratic state auditor Glen Gainer and incumbent Republican Congressman David McKinley from the 1st District and Democrat Nick Casey and Republican Alex Mooney in the 2nd District are scheduled to participate in the forum Friday at The… Read More
With the SPACER Trophy on the line, both Alexander coach Alex Penrod and Federal Hocking coach Craig Moore led their teams onto the field for the first time as head coaches. When the game was over Penrod was the one leaving the field with a smile, as the Spartans trounced the Federal Hocking Lancers by… Read More