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Logan lines up against the Tri-Valley defense

Game of the Week Preview: New Lexington Looks to Take Revenge on Tri-Valley

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David vs. Goliath. An old MVL powerhouse vs. a new, rising contender looking to take the throne. This game between the Tri-Valley Scotties and the New Lexington Panthers has the combination of conference implications and hype to live up to the billing of Gridiron Glory Game of the Week. Perennial power Tri-Valley comes into the… Read More

Ohio University marker outside of the gateway to College Green

OU Suspends 15 Fraternities After More Allegations of Hazing Arise

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ATHENS, Ohio — Ohio University has suspended all Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternities on the Athens campus in light of hazing allegations involving multiple organizations. Dean of Students Jenny Hall-Jones made the announcement Thursday in a letter addressed to members of the IFC. “Earlier this week, we received allegations that two IFC chapters were hazing new… Read More

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announces the new study.

Ohio Putting $1.6M Toward Genetic Study Of Addiction

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Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is backing a study to take an in-depth look at the genetic factors behind substance use disorder. Yost believes this will be a critical step towards data-based prevention efforts. Yost says the common approach to the opioid epidemic is referred to as a three-legged stool; law enforcement, treatment, education/prevention. But… Read More

Graham Nash Headshot 2 - credit Amy Grantham (1)

Graham Nash Returns to Athens County Oct. 19

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Graham Nash will perform on Ohio University’s Athens campus on Saturday, October 19 in the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. I spoke to the songwriter about his recent compilation release, performing songs off of his early solo recordings, and why it is important for musicians to remain vocal about their political leanings. The legendary songwriter started… Read More