Spring Luncheon

Join the Ohio University Women's Club for its Spring Luncheon. This event is open to all OU alumnae, as well as friends and family.

The cost is $26 and includes program and lunch. The featured speaker is Joe the Coupon Guy, who will be sharing money-saving tricks for everyday shopping.

Saturday, May 15th from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Saucy Bistro, 24481 Detroit Rd, Westlake, OH 44145

Space is limited, so reserve your seat now! Deadline for reservations is May 7, 2010.

To register online, visit the Ohio Alumni.org/Events Calendar.

To register by mail, download the registration form and return it to Katie Stupansky.

Movie Night

You're invited to join fellow OU alumni and the executive producer of Trailerpark, Professor Frederick Lewis, for a special screening of the student-made feature film.

Event Details

Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m.


About the Film
Trailerpark, the feature-length film based on a Russell Banks short story collection, was entirely produced by students in the School of Media Arts and Studies (formerly Telecommunications) at Ohio University.

More than 70 students from different schools within the university collaborated on this project. The students showed their commitment and dedication to making this dream a reality, spending countless hours each week not just on the film, but also maintaining full academic course schedules.

Trailerpark may be the only feature-length film to be produced completely by undergraduate students as part of a course in a college curriculum. Extensive research has found no similarly structured project.

Visit ohioalumni.org/trailerpark to RSVP or view scenes from the movie.

Want to Be an Apprentice?

Heather Holden, a 2003 graduate of Ohio University, is casting for NBC's The Apprentice. If you have been affected by the current job market and are interested in being on the show, she'd love to hear from you!

Click here for a flyer with more details and her contact information.

Thanks, Bobcats!

Congrats to the OHIO men's basketball team for a great postseason, and thanks to the 100+ alumni and friends who came out to watch the game on Saturday.

Brackets? Busted!

OU? Oh yeah! We're not ready to stop dancing!

After stunning Georgetown in round 1 on Thursday night, the Bobcats face Tennessee on Saturday, March 20. UPDATE: Tip-off is scheduled for 3:35 p.m.

All OU alumni & friends are invited to the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood for another game watch party, starting at 3 p.m.

Photos from Thursday's game watch are posted on Facebook: OU - Georgetown Game Watch. We didn't go quite as crazy as the Red Brick, but we had a good time!

Let's Dance

Put your green on and come dancing . . . .

Cleveland Game Watch Party

All OHIO fans are invited to the Harry Buffalo in Lakewood (map) to watch the Bobcats in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

The party starts at 6:30; tip-off is scheduled for 7:25 p.m.

Enjoy food & drink specials, win some raffle prizes, and cheer for the 'Cats.

RSVP (so we can give the bar a rough head count) on Facebook: OHIO vs. Georgetown — Game Watch Party or by contacting Amy Hollis (president@clevelandbobcats.com).

Tickets for the Dance

Announcement from OU Athletics:

Tickets for Ohio's NCAA First Round game on Thursday, March 18, are currently on sale.
  • Tickets may be purchased online at www.ohiobobcats.com or by calling the ticket office at 1-800-575-CATS (2287) or 740-593-1300.

  • The deadline for ALL ticket orders is Tuesday, March 16 at noon, eastern standard time.

  • Tickets are $75 for the evening session (Ohio vs. Georgetown at 7:25 p.m. and Tennessee vs. San Diego St which will tip-off approximately 30 minutes after the Ohio game).

  • The ticket allotment distributed to Ohio by the NCAA is extremely limited. Ohio Bobcat Club Members will be guaranteed tickets. Non-Ohio Bobcat Club Members will receive confirmation via e-mail by Tuesday at 1 p.m. if you will NOT be allotted tickets. All credit cards will be charged at the ticket-order deadline of Tuesday, March 16 at noon.

  • All tickets will be available for pick-up at the Dunkin' Donuts Center (Providence, R.I.) starting one-and-a-half hours prior to the Ohio University session.

MAC Tournament Finals: OU vs. Akron

The Bobcats came to Cleveland to do two things: kick some ass and chew some bubblegum ... and they're all out of bubblegum.

After stomping Kent State on Thursday, OU stifled Miami Friday night and will face Akron in the MAC tournament championship game at 6 tonight.

A ticket for the championship game is $32. Student tickets are $10 with a valid student ID.

All tickets must be purchased at Quicken Loans Arena. An Ohio table will be set up at the main entrance to the Arena. By purchasing a ticket at the Ohio table, you will sit in the Ohio fan section and help Ohio reach its mandatory ticket allotment set by the MAC.

Bobcat Bash
There will be a pregame reception at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th Street), beginning at 4 p.m. Enjoy complimentary appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks.

Visit clevelandbobcats.com for more info.

Muck Fiami, Take Two

After dominating #1-seed Kent State last night, OU faces Miami in the second game of tonight's MAC men's basketball tournament semifinals at Quicken Loans Arena.

Let's hope we get another one of these tonight:

A ticket for tonight's session is $32 and includes Ohio's 9:30 p.m. game as well as the 7 p.m. game, Western Michigan vs. Akron. Student tickets are $10 with a valid student ID.

All tickets must be purchased at Quicken Loans Arena for the Semifinal and Final round games. An Ohio table will be set up at the main entrance to the Arena. By purchasing a ticket at the Ohio table, you will sit in the Ohio fan section and help Ohio reach its mandatory ticket allotment set by the MAC.

Pre-Game Party
There will be a pregame reception at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th Street), beginning at 7 p.m. All Ohio fans are encouraged to attend.

Check Ohio Bobcats.com for more information.

Lights, Camera, Action

Trailerpark — a film made entirely by OU students — will be a part of the Cleveland International Film Fest!

For dates, tickets, and information on the three screenings, check out the Cleveland International Film Festival's Web site: clevelandfilm.org/festival

Don't forget that you can also sign up for a private screening with the film's executive producer. Visit Ohio Alumni.org for details and online registration.

Keep up on all the Trailerpark news by becoming a fan on Facebook.

March Madness

The men's basketball team is coming to Cleveland as the #9 seed in the MAC tournament. (Click here for the tournament bracket.)

The Bobcats face the Flashes (coached by OU grad Geno Ford) at 7 p.m. on Thursday, 3/11. For tickets, visit OhioBobcats.com or call 800-575-CATS.

All Bobcat fans are invited to the pre-game festivities at Zocalo (2071 E. 4th St. — within walking distance of Quicken Loans Arena) two hours before tip-off. Enjoy free appetizers and happy hour drink specials while you get ready to cheer on the 'Cats. Pre-register for the Bobcat Bash at OhioAlumni.org.

Moms Weekend 2010

Moms Weekend — one of the most popular events at OU — will be here before you know it!

If you're interested in traveling to Athens for the family weekend, the Parents Club of Greater Cleveland has set up a special package that includes round-trip travel by motor coach and accommodations at Bromley Hall. The package is designed to provide everything you need within a short walk; you can’t get closer to campus!

The cost of the package is very reasonable, but space is limited. Click the links below for reservation information and membership informaation. All forms must be returned to the OU Parents Club no later than March 26, 2010.

If you have any questions or need more information, contact Diane Cerri (216-357-7361, day; 216-408-7700; Diane_Cerri@ohnp.uscourts.gov) or Bob Martin (440-951-0456; remartin1350@oh.rr.com).