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Federal health researchers are visiting health clinics and medical schools in the Appalachian coalfields to recruit allies to fight a resurgence of black lung disease. The worst form of the disease may affect as many as 5 percent of experienced working miners in the region, and the researchers fear that rate could be even higher… Read More
Colorful, super imposed waves of color in hues of gut-churning pink. A waterfall of thick, red blood pours from a bucket. A bare-chested woman cradles a bouquet of wriggling rats. These are a few of the artful — and often comedic — scenes from Michael Reich’s She’s Allergic to Cats, which showed in the early… Read More
Researcher and former photojournalist Danielle Kilgo asserts that African Americans are negatively stereotyped by the mainstream media – especially in photos and video. Danielle Kilgo is receiving her doctorate from the University of Texas-Austin and next fall will start teaching in The Media School at Indiana University. She has been part of a research team… Read More
Hours before the deadline to respond, an Ohio University English professor embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal requested a faculty hearing to decide whether he will be dismissed and detenured. Dr. Andrew Escobedo sent an email to OU Interim President David Descutner Monday morning “requesting a faculty hearing regarding the dismissal proceedings that you have… Read More
For this special edition of The OUtlet–We’re taking you behind the scenes so our reporters can share what challenges and experiences they faced this semester while producing content for the show.
This week on The OUtlet–We’re giving you all the details on Athens Beautification Day this coming Sunday. We’ll also tell you about the economics of fest season at Ohio University.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s House has voted to legalize doctor-prescribed marijuana to treat certain medical conditions. The bill, approved 76-24, needs to be reconciled with the version the Senate passed 28-6 last week. It would establish a Bureau of Public Health program with identification cards for patients and authorize the drug’s use for… Read More
For the second time this season, Spencer Ibarra wins the Mid-American Conference East Player of the Week. Ibarra’s bat came back to life in the sweep over the Ball State Cardinals this past weekend. On Saturday, Ibarra doubled twice and drove in two runs while scoring another in game one. Ibarra went 1-for-4 with two… Read More
The Ohio baseball program has built a reputation on having one of the strongest pitching staffs in the Mid-American Conference, yet a lack of runs often holds the Bobcats back from sealing the deal. But with a new season comes a new area of expertise and the Bobcats are starting to show that at the… Read More
Ulrich Boser is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, where he examines education issues. He talks with Scott Titsworth about his recently published book, “Learn Better: Mastering the Skills for Success in Life, Business, and School, or, How to Become an Expert in Just About Anything”. For more information on the book,… Read More