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New Culinary Studio Cooking Show in Jefferson Marketplace


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Looking for ways to create quick, easy and delicious meals? The Culinary Studio in Jefferson Marketplace has you covered. Ohio University’s Jefferson Marketplace is located on the ground floor of the newly renovated Jefferson residence hall. With the new building comes the Culinary Studio. This studio uses state-of-the art video equipment to produce a live… Read More

Finals By Alden Week


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Finals By Alden week has started, and Alden Library has plenty of stress relieving events for Bobcats who want to relieve final exam stress. At “Club Alden” you can actually enjoy the time you spend studying. You can relieve stress by making buttons and getting free food all leading to getting A’s on your finals…. Read More

Blue Pencil Comedy Women’s Show


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Blue Pencil Comedy held a very special show Saturday in Baker center that was very different than their usual shows. Their shows typically show off stand-up comedians but this showed off eleven women comedians without any of their male counterparts. Blue Pencil Comedy president Emily Pyle wants to create a tradition and have shows like… Read More

Top Tunes ’17: Aaron Payne


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Who can believe it? Another year has come and gone, leaving but memories of records beloved past! This is an installment in an ongoing holiday season series for WOUB, in which some of the area’s favorite music nerds share what moved them, musically, in the year 2017.  Aaron Payne is a reporter for WOUB and contributes… Read More

Ohio Inspector General Says Agency Violated Purchasing Policies

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s government contracting agency lacks rules for ensuring equal and fair competitive bidding by outside IT vendors, the state watchdog said in a report issued Monday. Inspector General Randall Meyer found the Department of Administrative Services’ contract process for information technology threatens the “fair, open, and honest market place” for businesses…. Read More

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Columbus Joins List Cities Suing Drugmakers Over Opioids

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s largest city is joining cities and counties around the state and country by filing its own lawsuit against prescription drugmakers and distributors. The lawsuit filed by Columbus in federal court Friday names the three major drug distributors including suburban Columbus-based Cardinal Health and five drug manufacturers. Columbus city attorney Richard… Read More