Series 11 of Doctor Who was missing something. Whether it was because of the insistence on ignoring its own history or a lack of any narrative thread, Doctor Who was still going — with some excellent individual episodes — but seemed to be stuck in time. Recent episodes have showed a promising trend, but with “Fugitive of the Judoon,” it’s finally safe to say that Doctor Who — as fans have known it — is back.
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With more performances than actual awards presented, the 62nd Grammy Awards played out like a music festival filled with the biggest singers of the past year as well as some surprise collaborations. Fitted with returning host Alicia Keys, the awards ceremony was accompanied by overwhelming sadness after Kobe Bryant and his daughter’s untimely deaths Sunday.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Ohio University will hold a showing of “A Thousand Hands A Million Stars,” followed by a panel on human trafficking.
Street lighting in Athens is designed with the reduction of light pollution in mind, but some astronomers say it could go a step further.
Undergraduate and graduate students at Ohio University pay over $600 in unrestricted fees as part of their tuition, but many students don’t know what the fee pays for.
The 2020 election is upon us. Primary candidates have fully laid out their policy plans, some of the candidates have run out of money and dropped out and Americans on the left are trying to decide who their pick should be.
After venturing thousands of miles east through the Carpathian Mountains of Romania to below the ominous Russian taiga, the vast openness of the Eurasian steppe is revealed. For years, that land had been under control of fearful Mongolian conquerors, plunging west in expansion of what was known as the Mongol Empire. Now, it’s home to many groups that trace their roots back to the plentiful nomadic tribes.
People attend art museums to view and discuss the various works of art. However, the Kennedy Museum of Art has decided to break the barrier between art and patrons through creativity and cultural exploration.
On January 21, comedy lost one of its legends. Terry Jones was a member of the comedy troupe Monty Python, perhaps best known for its film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The group also created classics such as Life of Brian, its show Flying Circus and The Meaning of Life. More than an accomplished actor, Jones distinguished himself as a writer, producer and director. He died following a battle with a rare type of dementia.
Last week’s episode of Supernatural left things on an eerie note. With Sam (Jared Padalecki) getting a glimpse of the end, the future for the Winchesters is uncertain. During the latest episode, Garth Fitzgerald IV (DJ Qualls) helps Sam and Dean (Jensen Ackles) while their luck runs out on Supernatural. Here’s a recap of the episode if you couldn’t watch:
Ohio had a chance to even out its record at SIU-Edwardsville after a disappointing start to its season. When the Bobcats led 15-9 with just two matches left on the day, they only needed one more wrestler to win in order to clinch a victory. Hunter Yeargan did even more than what was needed of him when he pinned Jake McKiernan to give Ohio a 21-9 lead.
Jeff Boals couldn’t stop waving his arms and yelling toward the Bobcats’ home crowd with excitement on Saturday. His players on Ohio’s bench couldn’t stop, either, as they waved towels and turned around to face the raucous scene of fans inside The Convo.
Ben Vander Plas sat on the bench with an expressionless face and watched as his team tried countering every move Akron threw its way.
After having lost at Buffalo last week by a score of 218-81, Ohio looked to bounce back against another MAC opponent in Ball State.
When Erica Johnson approached the free throw line, The Convo crowd grew silent.
Steal. Drive. Basket. Hooks.
Ohio lost its second consecutive and fifth overall Mid-American Conference game after a 88-86 bout against Akron on Saturday in The Convo.
Ohio defeated Bowling Green 79-69 on Saturday in The Convo. Saturday’s game was the first time the Bobcats had played in The Convo since Jan. 18, where they defeated Ball State.
Well, it’s the moment The Good Place audience has been waiting for: The four humans have finally made it to the real good place. With only one episode left until the series finale, there’s not much time for any more conflict. However, this week leaves the four humans and Michael (Ted Danson) to completely fix the good place.
The man who was arrested for masturbating on the fifth floor of Alden Library was found guilty Thursday for public indecency.