The Buchtelite

Pot falls short, Horrigan wins mayoral election

By Logan Lane and Sofia Syed

November 4, 2015

A day after the Nov 3. ballot, the unofficial results are in After a long and expensive path to the ballot, a legal battle over ambiguous wording, and a slew of commercials, ResponsibleOhio’s ballot initiative to legalize recreational and medicinal marijuana failed to pass. According to the un...

Men’s baseball continues to slide

April 23, 2013

Sartaj Aujla The Zips were able to notch one win in a three game series against the Bowling Green Falcons, dropping the other two games. The Zips are currently 9-28 with a 6-9 conference record. Bowling Green currently stands at 13-19 overall with an 8-7 conference record. Akron traveled to Bowling ...

Akron Falls to Xavier

Akron Falls to Xavier

April 18, 2013

Matthew Balsinger The University of Akron baseball team fell to Xavier University 11-3 Wednesday evening at Canal Park. With the loss, Akron moves to 8-27 on the season, and remains at the bottom of the conference. Xavier is a non-conference opponent, so the loss does not affect Akron’s conference recor...

Zips lose in the sixth

Zips lose in the sixth

By Matthew Balsinger

April 11, 2013

Matthew Balsinger The Akron Zips men’s basketball team fell to Cansius 8-5 in their first game of a doubleheader between the two teams Wednesday afternoon. Both games were originally scheduled back-to-back, however the second game has been postponed due to weather. The Zips got off to a quick start in the bottom of the first bringing ...

Don’t give up on Akron

Don’t give up on Akron

April 2, 2013

Matthew Balsinger The 2012-2013 Akron Zips basketball season was marked with adversity, which the team was forced to overcome throughout the season. The Zips, however, fell to a final dose of adversity in the first week of the NCAA tournament, losing to Virginia Commonwealth University 88-42. Before t...

Akron falls to Buffalo

Akron falls to Buffalo

March 5, 2013

D.J. Johnson Perhaps it was back-to-back road games that wore down the Akron Zips. It could have been the poor shooting performance that was too much to overcome. Or maybe Buffalo forward Javon McCrea was just that good. One thing for certain is that the nation’s longest win streak was snapped on Saturday night. McCrea and the Bulls (12-17, ...