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A Letter From The Underground

Written by Andy Cervelli 

It has been fifty-nine days since I entered the ranks of the underground pizza mob in Athens, Ohio. In the past two months, I have gained the trust of my superiors. 191 more words


Kierstyn Hayden excels in her leadership experience at Ohio University

Major: Community and Public Health in the College of Health Sciences and Professions
Year: Senior
Expected Graduation Date: May 2018
Hometown: Avon Lake, Ohio
Involvement on Campus: 666 more words

Bobcat Spotlights

Review: Ohio University Theatre Department's rendition of "In The Next Room" a must see

Ohio University’s Division of Theatre kicked off its 2017 fall season with a hilariously intriguing, well performed, and well displayed production of In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play. 579 more words


When Your College Isn't Right For You

Fifty days ago, I moved three hours away, into my tiny single dorm in one of the worst buildings at my university. My hopes were high, I loved the campus, and I couldn’t be more excited to finally be in my own. 431 more words


OU students may be left without DACA after the deadline to renew has passed

Along with the release of President Trump’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program came his decision to allow those eligible to submit an application for renewal.  525 more words

News And Culture

Ohio University rubs it in students faces, has own rally at Baker Center

Written by Nick Englehart

ATHENS — Another homecoming week has gone and passed. An excuse for the University to raise money by showing its alumni just how drunk new students can get, the week is full of kegs and eggs, parties, and football hullabaloos. 249 more words


The State of Black Affairs

It’s no secret: racial tension exists at Ohio University. The racial divide within the Athens community has resulted in several discriminatory acts, especially toward black students. 470 more words