Although some may be thinking about the Thanksgiving dinner on their dining room table, midwestern football fans are also thinking about something else over break: the Ohio State University and University of Michigan football game. The rivalry has held importance for generations of sports fans, and come the morning of Nov. 25, fans will prepare to support their favorite side.
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At Ohio University, the culture surrounding alcohol and drinking can sometimes be a little pressuring, according to some students. According to College Drinking Prevention, 49.3% of full-time college students ages 18-22 drank alcohol in the past month. With events like “Kegs and Eggs” at Homecoming, Halloween weekend and the monster that is Fest Season, the consumption of alcohol is seen at many social events throughout the year.
For some, the joyous Thanksgiving season has arrived. Others choose to skip straight to Christmas and holiday festivities. Some students discussed with The Post why they decided to decorate early for the holidays, and others explained why they are holding back and enjoying the last few weeks of fall before the winter festivities truly begin.
For many students, hangover anxiety, informally known as the “Sunday scaries,” can be a daunting thing. Waking up confused and wondering what truly happened the night before and scrolling through various social media platforms to make sure nothing embarrassing was sent has become a routine for party-goers come Sunday morning. Those feelings added to that pile of homework and chores often left for Sunday can sometimes make for an overwhelming experience.
For many students at Ohio University, a Bobcat is more than a mascot. For many, it's a source of pride and holds great importance when supporting sports teams. Alumni and students alike are proud to call themselves a part of the Bobcat family in everyday life, but this becomes especially important when they support their favorite football team.
Friday kicks off Dad’s Weekend 2023, and students all over campus are preparing for corny jokes, stories from the glory days and shorts below the knees.
With independents making up a large percentage of the population, students share their perspectives on what it’s like to be an independent voter in Athens and how they plan on navigating the elections.
With Halloween right around the corner, it is essential to discuss the importance of being culturally appropriate when choosing an outfit for the big weekend. Choosing to appropriate the culture of a marginalized or historically oppressed community can be very damaging to that community, even when the intent isn’t to hurt someone.
Last Thursday, the "Harry Potter" world said goodbye to one of its most important cast members. Michael Gambon, more famously known as the man who played the great wizard and headmaster at Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore, died at 82.
With many businesses around Athens fueling the caffeine addiction of thousands of students every day, National Coffee Day being right around the corner means students are excited to give themselves a reason to buy their favorite coffee drinks on Friday.
It is finally time for a favorite unofficial season: spooky season. With the start of fall and the official goodbye to summer memories, Ohio University students reflect on their favorite activities for the upcoming fall festivities as well as what they are most looking forward to with the start of autumn.
The annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival was held at Lake Snowden this weekend and included various local goods with everything from food vendors to small businesses and educative tents focusing on nature. But the real star of the show was Ohio’s very own native pawpaw fruit.
This past summer, Ohio University officially switched from using Pepsi products to Coca-Cola products in their dining halls and markets. While some students viewed the switch as a huge success, others mourned the loss of their favorite Pepsi products, gone but never forgotten.
Locals of Athens or people just passing through can hear the buzz of vendors on Saturday mornings at 701 E. State St. With everything from fresh vegetables coming from nearby farms to warm baked bread, beautiful hand-picked flowers and smooth coffee for gentle wake-up, attendees of the Athens Farmers Market all agree: they love it here.
After former president Donald Trump was booked at the Fulton County Jail in Georgia on Aug. 20, a mugshot of him was made public record and quickly went viral across the internet. According to The New York Times, this was the first mugshot of any American president making it an image that will go down in history.
Although students are the center focus when it comes to their transition from high school to college, it is important to look at the impact that this transition may have on parents.
Between Fest Season, random days of nice weather and the general hustle and bustle of spring, some can argue that this semester, like every semester, has been hectic for many students.
Safe Swimming for All, a program created by Gianna Petrella, is recruiting Ohio University students to help teach children with disabilities how to swim. The program is held at the Beacon School in increments of six weeks where trainers and volunteers work together to create a specialized plan for each student in order to help them achieve certain goals.
Well, it’s official: the year is wrapping up. While most students will start to plan their return in the fall, many cannot help but stop and think about the graduating class of 2023.
Medical marijuana cards hold many purposes for students with both mental and physical illnesses. According to Johns and Wales University, some of the benefits of marijuana include treating anxiety disorders as well as reducing inflammation which can help those dealing with chronic pains.