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Ohio Senate Eyes Flat Tuition Rates

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The leader of the Ohio Senate says his chamber is considering changes to the state’s two-year budget that would keep community colleges and universities from imposing any tuition or fee increases over the fiscal period. Senate President Keith Faber, a Celina Republican, told reporters Wednesday the proposed limits were still being… Read More

Poet J. Allyn Rosser Reads from New Book “Mimi’s Trapeze”

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On this episode of Conversations from Studio B, hosts Wendy McVicker and Becca J.R. Lachman welcome Athens-area poet J. Allyn Rosser, who reads selections from her new book, Mimi’s Trapeze. Rosser is the author of three previous poetry collections: Foiled Again, Misery Prefigured and Bright Moves. She is the recipient of numerous awards, most recently the New Criterion Poetry… Read More

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VIDEO: Adam Torres at 2015 Nelsonville Music Festival


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Former Athens resident Adam Torres was a fixture of the the 2015 Nelsonville Music Festival. The Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter performed on every stage during the fest: Main Stage, Porch Stage, No-Fi Cabin and Gladden House. Here’s a clip of Torres’ Sunday Porch Stage set, produced by WOUB students Rob Kerr, AJ Minney and Derek Long.

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Children’s Artwork Lines Streets of Athens

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New banners are being hung from the light poles in downtown Athens this week featuring children’s artwork with the theme “Live Healthy, Love Athens.” Barb Kostohryz of Live Healthy Appalachia approached Athens City Council and other organizations about the project to incorporate children’s artwork in the downtown area. After getting the thumbs up, a poster… Read More