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OU Marching 110 Selected for 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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Members of the Ohio University Marching 110 received a surprise announcement during last night’s end-of-the-year “Jam Session” — they were selected out of hundreds of nationwide applicants to play in one of 10 performing slots at the 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Wesley Whatley, creative director of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, delivered the news… Read More

The traveling exhibit "Exit Wounds" shares veterans' experiences in stories and photographs. (Jim Lommasson)

Veterans Share Stories in “Exit Wounds” Exhibit, Book

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Last week, the Ohio University Multicultural Center Gallery was filled with portraits and photos of military men and women. Some conjured happy memories, while others illustrated the difficulties some veterans face upon returning home. Since 2007, Jim Lommasson, a photographer, journalist and oral historian, has conducted extensive interviews with veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan… Read More

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Athens Music Collective Provides Score for Silent Horror Classic

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Several years ago, the NOBROW.collective wrote a score to the classic 1920s silent horror film Nosferatu and performed it during a screening at the Athena Cinema. On Thursday evening, the 100-year-old theater screened another silent classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, again with an original NOBROW.collective score. Although the NOBROW.collective Facebook page lists 11 active members, including… Read More

Lost Flamingo Company Rocky Horror

Lost Flamingo’s “Rocky Horror” Moves to Jackie O’s for 13th Annual Production

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The biggest cross-dressing, profane and topsy-turvy event of the year is nearly here. The Lost Flamingo Company, Ohio University’s only student-run theater troupe, will stage its 13th annual production of the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, kicking off performances tonight and continuing Thursday and Saturday. The “Virgin Sacrifice” games, as they are lovingly and… Read More

Athens Public Transit's new " On the Bus" features a typographic interpretation of poet Wendy McVicker's poem "In Summer." (Daniel Rader/WOUB)

Poetry in Motion: Athens Public Transit Features Local Verse

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Ohio University Homecoming Weekend is here, with posters and throwback photos advertising the “Same Bricks, Different Stories” theme. Coincidentally, even more stories are hitting those brick streets this week. Literally, whenever an Athens Public Transit bus rolls by. On the Bus is a new program that merges public transportation and poetry, featuring typographic interpretations of… Read More