The teenage coming-of-age story is one that isn’t new to cinema. 10 Things I Hate About You, Grease, Mean Girls and many more have graced the silver screen over the years, but they’ve all had one thing in common: The main characters who fall in love for each other are straight.
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For decades, acid mine drainage has been widespread in southeast Ohio. Negligence toward adhering to mining regulations has led to a problem that will take hundreds of years to naturally run its course.
Chief Wahoo, the controversial logo for the Cleveland Indians, has just one season left. In a report from the New York Times today, the Indians will stop wearing it on their uniforms or caps after the 2018 season.
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The Cleveland Indians are now the holders of the American League record for the most consecutive wins.
The first assignment I ever shot for The Post happened three years ago when I wasn’t even working here. I worked for another campus publication my freshman year, and that spring, my friend and I were walking back home to our dorm when we ran into Jason Chow (the Director of Photography at the time) and talked for a little bit. He asked me if I was doing anything later that day because the original photographer for a softball portrait couldn’t make it. I agreed, and when I took the portrait, I didn’t think it would get into the paper at all and thought it would only run online. Little did I know that design staff made the picture rather large in print, and that it would be the first of many pictures taken while working here.
The recent ban has sparked controversy on Ohio University's campus.
Our queen, Lord and savior Adele once said, “Hello, it's me.” Since I am not her, I will instead open with a “howdy, ‘tis I once more.” Welcome once again to where I talk photo things and talk about my life at The Post and the images I create.
When I first joined The Post, little did I know that I would be presented with amazing opportunities when it came to photography. I’ve been able to hang out with bomb-sniffing dogs, talk to amazing athletes and professors, meet inspiring students and most recently, cover an OU football game at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Being Mexican-American has always been an area of extreme pride for me; it means that I can sit down and watch news on Facebook from both Telemundo and NBC, I can enjoy both tamales and cheeseburgers and I can listen to Selena and Beyoncé.