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Still Fighting: These Widows’ Stories Show Larger Effects of Black Lung Epidemic

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Nancy and Rich Potter had the kind of marriage that made other couples jealous. He’d take her on spontaneous trips. She’d wear her Daisy Dukes just for him. Joyce Birman said her late husband, George, made a terrible first impression. It was his apology for it that made her fall for him, hard. Vickie Salyers’… Read More

Second Protest Over Removal of LGBT Center Director Disrupts Ellis Hall Ribbon Cutting

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Editor’s Note: delfin bautista uses the pronoun they/their and does not capitalize their name. Ohio University students in support of delfin bautista, the former head of the school’s LGBT center held a protest at the ribbon cutting of Ellis Hall Friday afternoon. The protest follows one last week in front of Cutler Hall by students and community… Read More

Secuban’s Reply to OU’s Latino Caucus Raises Questions

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Update: The response from Ohio University’s spokesperson: “Any similarities were unintentional, on behalf of Dr. Secuban.” When members of Ohio University’s Latino Caucus voiced their concerns regarding “the recent dismissal of two members of our community” they received a reply that appears to include unattributed portions of another university president’s words. Professors and administrators making… Read More

WLCI and Blackout Booking Open Up Semester With Stacked Jan. 19 Show


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WLCI Hocking College Radio and Blackout Booking have assembled an eclectic lineup for their first major show of the spring 2019 semester on Saturday, January 19 at The Union. Headliners Mourning [A] BLKstar hail from Cleveland, and will bring with them the breath-taking, hyper-emotive, genre-defying music from their most recent release, The Garner Poems. Athens’… Read More