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Ohio Athletics Announces Apparel Partnership with adidas

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After months of planning, the Ohio University Athletics Department officially announced its exclusive partnership with popular sportswear company adidas on Tuesday. Since 2007, Ohio Athletics has been partnered with Russell Athletics to provide gear and apparel for athletes as well as students. With their contract ending on June 30, Ohio decided to move on from their… Read More

X Ambassadors Keep OU On It’s Toes With Rocked Out Saxophone

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Applause erupted  Monday night when X Ambassadors frontman Sam Harris played saxophone during the track “Naked” in the middle of the concert after encouraging audience members in Ohio University’s Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium to be vulnerable with one another. Harris, singer and guitarist, then called the crowd “gorgeous,” when he introduced the hit song from… Read More

New Technology at O’Bleness Hospital to Help Sexual Assault Victims

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A new photography system at OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital will make it easier for nurses to obtain visual evidence of patients who are victims of sexual assault. The Cortexflo Machine allows clinicians to take high-definition photographs in a hands-free manner so nurses can focus on the patient while collecting the evidence they need. “The Cortexflo provides a higher resolution… Read More

Journalist Andrew Alexander to discuss “President Trump and the Battle for a Free Press”


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All American presidents have had a rocky relationship with the press. But President Trump’s attacks on media outlets and individual journalists have been relentless, withering and personal. They come at a time when many echo Trump’s accusation that the mainstream media reports “fake news,” while others say the media is largely responsible for Trump’s rise…. Read More

New Application Process Prompts Record Numbers to Apply for Admission to Ohio University

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ATHENS, Ohio Ohio University is reaping rewards from a new application process that allows prospective students to use one form to apply to multiple institutions. The process is appropriately called the Common Application, and it’s making a difference. The Office of Admissions at Ohio University said it has seen a 35 percent increase in applications compared to… Read More

44th Athens International Film + Video Festival Kicks Off April 3


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The Athens International Film + Video Festival officially begins its 44th edition on April 3. The week-long festival features hundreds of productions in a variety of exciting narrative and non-narrative screening blocs, creating a vibrant community of filmmakers, critics and scholars, as well as film enthusiasts. The festival program features diverse productions in different genres… Read More

Ohio Municipalities Challenge Law Allowing Wireless Antennas

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Dozens of Ohio municipalities are challenging a law that allows four telecommunications companies to place wireless antennas on municipal buildings within city limits. Lawsuits filed in Columbus and Cleveland Monday say the new law prohibits cities from effectively managing where wireless facilities are placed in local communities. Mayors and city managers… Read More