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There are certain stories that transcend the time of their inception. These stories withstand cultural, historical and societal progressions. They are deemed “classic” and are used as recurring reference points in the standard-setting of excellence. They reach beyond the emotional capacity, intellectual depth and creativity of their predecessors and leave a longer lasting imprint on… Read More
It’s Monday again! Time for your visual wrap-up of the past week from the WOUB Visuals staff. This week includes some Ohio University athletics, the Jackson Apple Festival, and a quick look into the School of Theater’s newest performance, Elbows Off the Table. Hope you don’t mind the blur of images!
Dr. Brian Clark leads a team of Ohio University researchers trying to unravel the links between the human nervous system and the loss of muscle strength in elderly people. Clark is a professor of physiology and neuroscience in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and also is a professor in the Department of Geriatric Medicine in… Read More
After creating and managing his own successful business for over three decades, Larry Triplett now contributes his time helping other young entrepreneurs in the Muskingum County region grow their businesses and become established. Triplett currently acts as chairman of the Muskingum County Business Incubator (MCBI). He also has been instrumental in founding the East Central… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – TLK Group says it plans to add 100 positions at its call center in Huntington. The company says that it will hold an open house on Wednesday and Thursday for people interested in employment opportunities. Resumes can be submitted and applications can be completed during the open house. Currently, the call… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – Ohio Lottery officials say they’re planning to hire a consultant to study how the agency can operate more efficiently but insist there aren’t any plans for privatization. The study will include an examination of privatized lottery operations. A lottery spokeswoman says state law doesn’t allow for privatization of the agency. The state… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University is giving elementary school students an opportunity to learn about the brain and nervous system. Marshall will host a Brain Expo on Friday. More than 400 students are expected to attend the event. The university says 27 interactive stations in the Memorial Student Center will allow students to explore… Read More