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April 14th, 2014

Crucial injustices not just in past

For a period of 25 years, civilians of East Timor lived in fear as Indonesia occupied the now-independent country located just north of Australia.

Grant could take city buses all the way to Chauncey

Sports Column: Teams look ahead to NHL postseason

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Diversion program participants collect tires in county cleanup

AVW show to collect food for local kids

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AVW’s show, Confused?, aims to educate children in the Athens area and support local programs.

Faculty Senate elects new officials, questions compensation plan

Ohio University’s Faculty Senate convened Monday night, bringing updates on faculty compensation, admissions statistics and the election of new officers to the senate floor.

Start of International Week exposes Athens’ diverse cultures

The international presence in Athens was discussed Monday night as Ohio University’s International Week opened with “Come Discover the World in Athens.”

Volleyball: Coach prepares for coming season

Deane Webb, new volleyball coach, is looking to build on Ohio’s strengths and weaknesses.

When he’s not in The Convo or the weight room, Deane Webb can be found hunting in the woods.

That is, when finds the time to get away.

Baseball: Bobcats head to Dayton, hope to recover record

The struggles for Ohio will keep lingering over the team until it is able to start a week with an early victory before beginning another weekend series on the road.

Men's Golf: Players work away from tournaments

If you were to search freshman Jake Williams’ profile on Ohio Athletics’ website, little would be found.

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