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Fouls, Turnovers Trouble Lady Lancers Again

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After a solid three quarters of basketball, fouls and turnovers troubled the Lady Lancers (5-17) as they entered the final quarter of play. Mixed with a South Gallia (7-16) offensive adjustment in the back, the Lady Rebels connected multiple shots that propelled them over Federal Hocking 45-38 and snag a tournament win. Federal Hocking’s struggle with… Read More

Start-up Companies Go Through Intake System to be Admitted to the Ohio University Innovation Center

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If a company or an entrepreneur would like to share space and resources within the Innovation Center, they must first talk with Lauren McCullough, the Client Service Coordinator and go through a rigorous intake system. She will ask questions to determine if there is a tangible need or problem to be solved and whether this… Read More

Neil Shubin of “Your Inner Fish” Featured in Upcoming Kennedy Lecture Series


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For 10 years the Ohio Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies (OCEES) has championed innovative collaboration among faculty and with the Voinovich School for Leadership Public Affairs and has offered undergraduate and graduate students the chance to dive into robust, hands-on research alongside center faculty. OCEES Assistant Director and Professor Willam Roosenberg talks with “Conversations… Read More

“Tilted Horizon,” Steven Carrelli (Tom Van Eynde)

OU Art Gallery Exhibits Chicago Painters


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The Ohio University School of Art + Design has announced the next exhibition at the Ohio University Art Gallery: Chicago Paints, on view through Feb. 20. The artists invited to participate in this exhibition were selected by Ohio University Professor John Sabraw, who teaches painting and drawing in the School of Art + Design. Critical… Read More

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About 244,000 Ohioans Sign Up for Coverage Under Obama’s Law

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Nearly 244,000 Ohioans signed up for private insurance or renewed coverage through the federal marketplace created by President Barack Obama’s health law. Federal officials announced the latest enrollment figures Thursday. The third open enrollment period under the law ended Jan. 31. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says fewer… Read More

Judge: Discovery Done in Protracted Libertarian Suit in Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A judge has declared the evidence-gathering phase closed in the Libertarian Party of Ohio’s protracted lawsuit over disqualification of two of its statewide candidates in 2014. In a firmly-worded order Friday, U.S. District Judge Michael Watson declared all outstanding requests for records and witness interviews complete. The third-party gubernatorial candidacy of… Read More

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Authorities Announce Indictments in Scrap Yard Investigation

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Central Ohio authorities say grave markers, beer kegs, copper wire and tons of shredded plastic have been recovered in an investigation into illegal scrap yard activities. Investigators say specialized scrap banned by law for sale included railroad materials, AT&T communication wire and copper and aluminum wire from American Electric Power. Franklin… Read More