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‘Spend Less Time Looking Into a Glowing Screen’: a Chat With Tim Easton

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Earlier this month Nashville-based singer-songwriter Tim Easton released American Fork, an album that attacks apathy with much the same purpose that Woody Guthrie’s guitar famously “killed fascists.” “There was a lot of apathetic behavior that led us, as a country, to where we are now,” said Easton while on the road just a few weeks before… Read More

Ohio Sees 1st School Report Cards After New Tests, Standards

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s schools superintendent is reminding parents and communities that 2016 school report cards are based on new tests, higher achievement targets and more challenging expectations. The caution from Superintendent Paolo DeMaria came Thursday as many districts saw lower marks on state assessments. DeMaria says “improvement is happening” and will show up… Read More

Scripps College of Communication hosting Black Alumni Reunion Reception, Panel


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Allison Hunter, WOUB News editor-in-chief, will moderate a panel discussion “Black in Athens” Friday, September 16 during Ohio University’s Black Alumni Reunion weekend. The panel will include the voices of community members who have long-term ties with the area, representing multiple generations and perspectives. According to Hunter the panel will be an opportunity to educate… Read More

Hamilton’s America Comprehensive Documentary Three Years in the Making Comes to Great Performances


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Hamilton’s America Comprehensive Documentary Three Years in the Making Comes to  Great Performances Friday, October 21 at 9 p.m. as Season Kickoff to PBS Arts Fall Festival Broadway and history combine in a timely look at the making of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award®-winning megahit “Hamilton” Hamilton’s America, the documentary film that brings… Read More