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Another OU Office Restructuring: OIT Positions Abolished, Reassigned

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More than a dozen positions within Ohio University’s Office of Information Technology have been abolished, and several positions reassigned or restructured, according to information obtained by WOUB. Those whose positions were abolished “have the opportunity to apply for newly created positions with full awareness of the new structure.” WOUB has learned that some of the new… Read More

Mending Mining Country: Three Ways Trump Could Help Miners And Coal Communities

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At a March ceremony to sign an executive order reversing Obama-era environmental regulations, coal miners were arranged on stage around President Donald Trump as he took up his pen. “You know what it says, right?” Trump asked the miners. “You’re going back to work.” From his campaign rallies to White House events, President Donald Trump… Read More

Born Singing ‘Superfly’: Talking with Twin Peaks’ Clay Frankel

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Chicago-based Twin Peaks effortlessly combine the visceral playfulness of The Rolling Stones circa Tattoo You and the wind-up punk rock sensibilities of Atlanta, GA’s Black Lips — crafting a sound both sonically satisfying and lyrically punchy. June 3, Twin Peaks will perform at the Nelsonville Music Festival — and just a few weeks before that performance, WOUB’s… Read More

It’s a Wonderful Month in the Neighborhood! Twitch Announces Marathon of PBS KIDS’ Iconic Series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood


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All 886 episodes of the classic children’s program will air on Twitch beginning May 15, encouraging viewers to support their local PBS stations Social video platform Twitch today announced it will host a free 18-day, 886-episode marathon of the beloved PBS KIDS series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, from The Fred Rogers Company. This shared viewing experience… Read More