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June 2nd, 2014

Bypass brings fast travel after years of speed bumps

Coffee: key ingredient for college student success

Athens City Council members remind freshmen to look one way when crossing Court, participate in city activities

After living and working in Athens for decades, many city officials know how to spot a freshman.

OUPD reports show burglaries, assault rates up this past semester

So your parents are hours away and you’re left awkwardly making small-talk with your roommate. Now what?

Mythbusting the costs and poverty of Athens County

Athens is no stranger to its share of myths: from the “mothman” to the infamously haunted buildings that line The Ridges that overlook the Hocking River.

Democrats hold majority in Athens, but Republicans a vocal minority

Venues of live entertainment in Athens bring varied talent

Athens has its fair share of varied venues for music and other performance, as patrons look for entertainment during the week.

Football: Sprague, Vick competing for quaterback job

Despite making five straight bowl games, Ohio will feature some new faces on offense this season.

New orientation schedule to ease stress for newcomers

Last summer, Samantha Gogol’s orientation did not go as planned. All the “good time slots” and “good classes” were full, she recalls. 

Bobcats spend summer improving game

Centerfielder Mitch Longo and wide receiver Justin Wyatt share their perspective on living on campus and how they will be training during the summer.

 

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