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‘Cats Headed to CBI Quarterfinals After Setty’s Career Night

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Some late game heroics from Treg Setty in overtime Wednesday night, helped Ohio down a pesky Albany team 94-90 in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational. The lone senior got one more guaranteed shot to play in the Convo, and he took advantage of the opportunity. With 1:15 left in regulation, Setty dumped… Read More

A Russ College of Engineering Capstone Class Solves Real World Problems


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The Russ College of Engineering and Technology capstone class, “Designing to Make a Difference,” combines learning objectives for students with their professional skills to solve “real world” problems. The course is directed by Dr. Greg Kremer, the Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and it is targeted for seniors in his college. Teams of… Read More

The classified section of a newspaper. Someone has circled some job postings with a red marker.

West Virginia Unemployment Rate Rises to 6.5 Percent in February

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose two-tenths of a percentage point to 6.5 percent in February. WorkForce West Virginia says in a news release that the number of unemployed state residents increased by 1,300 last month to 50,800. Job declines included 700 in educational and health services, 400 in construction… Read More

Kentucky Bill Allowing Businesses to Deny Services to Gays Advances

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky businesses could invoke their religious beliefs to refuse service to gay, lesbian or transgender customers under a bill passed by the state Senate. The measure passed the Republican-led Senate on a 22-16 vote Tuesday. It’s a response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling last summer that effectively legalized same-sex marriage… Read More