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‘The Devil We Know’: Speaking with Attorney Harry Deitlzer

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Some 73 years ago the DuPont Corporation introduced Teflon to the American marketplace, changing the face of the contemporary American kitchen. Teflon contains the highly toxic chemical C8, which impacts everything from the liver to one’s hormones to one’s lipid metabolism. The Devil We Know is a documentary by Stephanie Soechtig and Jeremy Seifert which… Read More

WOAP: Breaking Stereotypes Through Artistic Expression

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A giant, textile woven puppet hangs from the corner of Ohio University’s Baker Center art gallery, welcoming guests into a world of vibrant creativity. A further walk into the space reveals a variety mediums; colorful paintings of realistic landscapes and abstract imaginations are framed next to black and white photographs. An intricately made mosaic hangs… Read More

Women of Appalachia Project’s Annual “Women Speak Gala” Set For April 21


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The Women of Appalachia Project (WOAP), Ohio University Multicultural Center and Women’s Center is pleased to announce the 9th Annual Women of Appalachia Project (WOAP) “Women Speak Gala” a fine art exhibition and juried presentation of poetry, story and song, showcasing women artists from throughout eight Appalachian states, and featuring special guest musicians Carow, Kraus,… Read More

Schuneman Symposium Reflects on “Covering Trump”

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Political cartoonists, White House correspondents, photojournalists and Pulitzer prize winners were just a few of the careers represented at the 10th Schuneman Symposium. This year’s theme was “Covering Trump” and journalists and artists from a number of publications gathered to share how their different publications go about covering the president. The speakers asked one another… Read More

Carbon Fee Before Athens Voters

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Athens voters will have to decide whether to enact a program promoting renewable energy with an optional carbon fee. Households that chooses to pay the fee would see an increase of between $1.60 and $1.80 per month on their electric bills. The fee would fund the installation of solar panels on public buildings in Athens…. Read More

West Virginia Concealed Handgun Licenses OK in Minnesota

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s concealed handgun licenses are now recognized in Minnesota West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office announced the addition on Wednesday. The attorney general’s website says more than 30 states recognize West Virginia licenses. Morrisey’s office said in a news release that it engaged in discussions with Minnesota officials to… Read More