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The NCAA moved to a new baseball in 2015. The new style is boosting offensive production and forcing pitchers to adjust.
More than one-third of the rigs in Ohio’s Utica Shale have stopped drilling since December, and more could be idled if oil and natural-gas prices stay low. Since late November, when OPEC decided not to reduce production, natural gas prices are down a quarter and oil prices are down 38 percent. That means less money… Read More
Legislation in Ohio would prohibit the production, sale and public display of lookalike guns. A bill introduced Thursday by Rep. Bill Patmon would ban all BB guns or other gun replicas that could be confused with a real weapon. Violators would face up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. The proposal comes… Read More
The Covered Bridge Music Series returns to Lancaster on May 23 with legendary singer/songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard, joined by fellow Texan John Evans. Hubbard and Evans will perform behind Herrold Hall on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus lawn. A leading figure of the progressive country movement of the 1970s, Hubbard remains best known for authoring… Read More
From Tuesday, March 17 through Sunday March 22, Ohio University School of Media Arts and Studies Instructor Josh Antonuccio will be leading a class of 24 OU students for a week-long trip to South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. This unique industry immersion course provides Ohio University MDIA students with the opportunity to engage with… Read More
Ohio health officials say the number of flu-related hospitalizations fell below 100 last week as an unusually severe season comes to an end. The Ohio Department of Health reported 92 flu-related hospitalizations from March 1 to March 7, down from 135 a week earlier. The figures reported Friday brought the season’s total hospitalizations to 8,074,… Read More
This Spring, the Ohio University Women’s Center is hosting events that showcase and celebrate women and feminists from around the world. Two major events include the International Women’s Day Festival and A Celebration of Women and Feminists in the Arts. International Women’s Day Festival On March 15 in the Baker Center Ballroom, students and members… Read More