When did the jersey craze start? No one really knows, but everyone just goes along with it. You probably remember your freshman year thinking, “Man, I better get fresh jerseys for fest season. Gotta look the part.” Though you may already have your niche jersey, here are a few that will be worn by the masses this fest season:
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Editor’s Note: On Tuesday, shortly after this column was published, Bernie Sanders entered the 2020 presidential race.
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When one thinks of romance and Ohio University, the Kissing Circle on College Green comes to mind for many. A small circle nestled near the corner between Wilson and Chubb halls, there’s a plaque commemorating the circle where college lovers would meet in times before cell phones.
Today, we roll out our endorsements for the midterm elections. You will find that The Post Editorial Board didn’t endorse any candidates this year and only voiced our thoughts on Issues 1 and 3.
You’ve probably heard of the dastardly term “fake news.” You can’t escape it, it’s everywhere: Facebook, news and day-to-day conversations.You’re likely to hear someone spout off the two words that have taken off in popularity since the 2016 presidential election.
There’s a curse outside of the Cleveland Curse, one that damns the innocent: Being born and raised in Northeast Ohio. This means you probably have a parent who also raised you to be a Cleveland sports fan.
Ella Yelich O’Connor, better known as Lorde, released her debut album Pure Heroine five years ago Thursday. Most notable for tracks like “Royals” and “Tennis Courts,” Lorde’s debut resonates with anyone who was having normal teenage issues like young love, partying and the internet. Alas, the chart-topping album still holds up today and is nearly flawless from beginning to end. Here are the all 10 songs ranked:
Juuls have rapidly risen in popularity.
If you have a Netflix account, you have probably watched The Office. It’s arguably one of the more popular shows ever, at least since its debut in 2005. Yet there is one episode that fans are torn on: Scott’s Tots.
Here’s your warning.
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Earlier this month we nearly lost Brooklyn Nine-Nine when Fox slated the show to end just after five seasons. The show, however, was saved by NBC the following day.
Kendrick Lamar – arguably the best rapper of this generation – just won a Pulitzer for his 2017 album DAMN. You inevitably had a friend who shared something about it on social media if you aren’t in tune with Pulitzer Prizes. But what’s really cool is that this is the first time a hip-hop album has won. What is even cooler is that this is the first time any genre that isn’t classical or jazz has won.
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A Chinese space lab is set to fall from the sky and could land anywhere on Earth; OU baseball bonds over 'Fortnite'
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A great book was written way back in 1918, then expanded on in 1959 and in other editions. The Elements of Style by William Strunk and E.B. White is essentially the Swiss army knife of writing – small and bland, but wildly useful when you need it. The book aside, the foreword written by Roger Angell, White's stepson, resounds with all writers: “Writing is hard, even for authors who do it all the time.”
Today is Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Here’s what you need to know.
Mar. 27, 2005. That day probably seems pretty irrelevant. But two coincidental things happened that day: Canadian heart surgeon Wilfred Bigelow, known for his development of the pacemaker, died. And a little show that would redefine the medical drama genre premiered on TV, something we all know as Grey’s Anatomy.
Today is Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Here’s what you need to know.