Every morning, The Post sends out an email/blog to start off the day. I had the opportunity to write today’s Post Haste.
Today is Sept. 15, 2016. Here’s what you need to know:
News from The Post
- No date has been set for the construction of the Sook Center, a proposed student-athlete center. (The Post)
- Former OU first lady Kathryn Sowle has died. (The Post)
Ohio University students can officially say their school is better than 1,654 others, by at least one measure.
What they can’t say, though, is it’s better than it was last year by that same measure.
Every year, U.S. News & World Report releases a list of the schools they think are the best, based primarily on graduation and retention rates. This year, OU snagged spot number 146 — a 17-spot slide from 2015, when it was ranked 129, according to a previous Post report.
Still, the relatively high ranking should assure Bobcat Moms and Dads that they’re paying for more than just partying.
Princeton topped that list for the sixth year in a row.
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Athens Weather: Clear skies and a high of 81 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Scores and Game Times
None to report, but here’s what a reporter from Tennessee’s student paper has to say about the Volunteers’ matchup with the Bobcats this weekend.
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Ford announced Wednesday it will move all of its production of small cars to Mexico. (USA Today)
Burrito delivery drones are being tested at Virginia Tech. (Gizmodo)