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Group Panel Breaks Down Sexual Violence At Ohio University And Athens


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WOUB's Ben Postlethwait sat down for a group interview on sexual violence with representatives of F**k Rape Culture, Ohio University's Women's Center, Survivor Advocacy Program, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department. The guests, in order of appearance are: Bill Arnold, Graduate Assistant for Bystander Intervention and Education and Acting Porgram Coordinator of Ohio University's… Read More

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Bilger Takes Comeback One Step At A Time


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For Chelsea Bilger, the last year has been nothing like she expected. Just weeks after being named a Preseason All-Mid-American Conference East selection the then-junior tore her ACL and both meniscus in the first set of Ohio’s first home match against the University of North Carolina on Sept. 6, 2013. The outside hitter has spent… Read More

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Marriage Equality Billboard Brawl


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A Columbus billboard advertising holy matrimony sparked a debate in the area with members of the LGBT community responding with a billboard of their own. The billboard located on Olentangy River Road reads "Holy Matrimony is one man and one woman." The sponsor[s]of the billboard remain anonymous. American Outdoor Advertising owns the billboard, but confirmed… Read More

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Big Weekend Shows At Stuart’s


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Stuart's Opera House is set to deliver a one-two punch this weekend with shows featuring "America's sharpest musical storyteller" and one of Rolling Stone's "Top 20 guitarists of all time."

Todd Snider will perform on Friday, followed by Richard Thompson on Sunday, and seats are filling up fast.

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Emergency Services In Athens Getting New Equipment


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Emergency services in Athens County are getting several upgrades. County Commissioners voted today to replace ambulances in Nelsonville and Albany. Horton Emergency Vehicles will replace the trucks for $515,748 per vehicle, but payment is not due until the stations receive their respective ambulances in July. They county replaces two ambulances a year, last year replacing… Read More