Unfortunately for students, it is a common experience to have been sitting in class and have a chill run down your spine as you hear a fellow classmate make an offensive comment. This situation is extremely uncomfortable for everyone involved – whether it is the professor, TA or student, no one wants to have to go through this.
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With recent ownership under Elon Musk, Twitter has gone through some major changes. Everyday users may not notice a difference as they browse the app, but many of these changes are going on behind the scenes.
With election day approaching on Tuesday, Nov. 8, students at Ohio University are eagerly registering to vote and preparing to cast their ballots. In modern elections, college students have been voting at record rates. In the 2020 election, 66% of registered college voters cast their ballots.
The tradition of wearing costumes on Oct. 31 to celebrate the spooky holiday that is Halloween dates back to 1585 Scotland. During these times, people dressed in costume as a Celtic festival tradition where they would light bonfires and use their costumes to ward off ghosts.
Columbus Day is a U.S. holiday that recognizes the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas in 1492. Many people consider this holiday to be a way of honoring Columbus for discovering and even founding America, but this is a common misconception. Actually, Columbus didn't land in North America at all; he landed in the Bahamas, then traveled to the island of Hispaniola, which consists of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.