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OU prof discusses pharmaceutical drugs, their discovery and approval

By Ryan Powers Drugs, time, money and why citizens should care: these were the topics of Ohio University‘s most recent Science Café. Specifically, the discussion revolved around pharmaceutical drugs, such as how they are discovered and how they are approved for the market. Science Café lectures are held every other Wednesday in the Front Room. The most … Continue reading

Opinion: University justified in replacing Clippinger Laboratories
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Opinion: University justified in replacing Clippinger Laboratories

By Austin Linfante Every time I spend time in Clippinger Laboratories for my once-a-week history discussion, I become more and more certain that Ohio University’s decision to close it was absolutely right. Plans announced in September 2013 stated that Clippinger would be demolished by 2020. It would be taken down after the construction of a … Continue reading

Local seamstress talks creative process, history and Star Wars
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Local seamstress talks creative process, history and Star Wars

By Ryan Powers The Habitat for Humanity offices were empty except for one woman and some of her personally handcrafted Star Wars Amigurumi. The woman’s name is Amber Mendenhall, and her warm, laughing smile was welcoming on a cold Monday. Along with her cordiality, Mendenhall offered numerous lessons during her forty-minute conversation with Beta Fish … Continue reading