On Jan. 24, the Ohio Senate overrode Mike DeWine’s veto and passed House Bill 68, or the Saving Adolescents From Experimentation Act, or SAFE Act.
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Chappell Roan is a glittery, red-haired superstar. She’s a masterful performer. She’s a midwest princess, a femininomenon, a super ultra graphic modern girl. She’s also pop music’s next big thing.
The Supreme Court is one of the most important institutions in the U.S. As the highest court in the country, its decisions have the power to alter the lives of every American. Yet Americans do not elect these justices, have little say in the Supreme Court’s decisions and justices can serve a lifetime on good behavior — and rarely are they even restricted by that stipulation.
Lillian’s Lowdown: The Mountain Goats’ “Jenny from Thebes” a perfect followup to “All Hail West Texas”
Oct. 27, The Mountain Goats released “Jenny from Thebes,” a sequel album to their largely popular 2002 record “All Hail West Texas.” “Jenny from Thebes” focuses on the titular Jenny, first introduced in a song by the same name. Here, frontman John Darnielle further explores the settings and characters he once left in “All Hail West Texas,” answering the question proposed on the album’s Bandcamp page: “Who is Jenny, really? What is she running from?”
Halloween is undervalued.
Mitski’s seventh studio album, “The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We,” was released Sept. 15, and it might be one of her best.
“The Sims 4,” released in 2014, is a beloved video game from a franchise that holds fond memories for many. Whether you remember your heart dropping when hearing the burglar theme in the first game or whether you’re still figuring out how to play after just downloading the fourth game, “The Sims” has become a classic widely recognized for its fun, casual gameplay. Last year, “The Sims 4” was made more accessible after Electronic Arts, or EA, announced that the game would become free to download. But this rings hollow upon seeing the game’s true price: a whopping $1,054.
In 2012, Sandy Hook Elementary became the site of a mass shooting that resulted in the deaths of 26 people, the majority of whom were elementary school students. In 2018, a shooter murdered 17 people and injured an additional 17 others at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In 2022, 21 people were killed at the hands of a shooter at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, while police “failed to prioritize saving the lives of innocent victims over their own safety,” according to an investigative report from the Texas House of Representatives. Just last week, four people were killed in a shooting during a Sweet 16 birthday party in Alabama.
I’m a big fan of reality television. I don’t care that it’s formulaic, or fake, or low-brow. It’s entertaining, and even though it’s a genre that is often disregarded as “trash TV,” it’s still difficult to get right. After consuming a lot— a lot— of reality TV, I’ve developed a discerning eye for what makes a reality show great. Unfortunately, Netflix reality shows tend to fall below the bar.
In recent years, animated films have received more live-action remakes — especially from Disney. After remake releases for properties such as "The Lion King," "Mulan," and "Aladdin," the industry giant just announced a live-action remake of "Moana." And "Moana" isn't the only live-action remake set to release in the near future. Disney is also producing a live-action version of the 2002 animated classic "Lilo & Stitch," as well as "Hunchback," a remake of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." Although the original movies are all fantastic films with gorgeous art and heartwarming storylines, there's no real need for live-action remakes of them. In fact, there's no need for this overabundance of live-action remakes at all.
According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, Ohio is ranked 38th in reproductive rights out of all U.S. states. Unfortunately, that doesn’t come as much of a surprise as there are only six full-service abortion clinics in the state and state law requires parental consent for minors seeking abortions.
Recently, “Wednesday” star Jenna Ortega has come under fire for comments regarding her part on the show. During an episode of ”Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard,” Ortega was open about her struggles with shooting “Wednesday,” reflecting on her disagreements with the writers over certain lines and scenes, as well as her preference for film over television. Unfortunately, her remarks have opened her up to backlash, with some claiming Ortega is entitled for complaining about a role that got her nominated for a Golden Globe.
Florida’s HB 1467, a bill that sets new guidelines for what material should be allowed in schools, is causing controversy nationwide. Books in schools must now meet certain criteria before they can be distributed to students.
On Feb. 19, Meta announced that it will be testing Meta Verified, a subscription bundle for Instagram and Facebook. This comes after the launch of Twitter’s subscription model, Twitter Blue, which has been widely criticized for allowing misinformation and for being largely useless to those who purchased it. This subscription-based model for social media verification is shaping up to be a mistake.
You should get paid for working less. I’m not kidding. U.K. employers have just finished trialing a four-day workweek with 61 companies and roughly 2,900 employees. The benefits of a standard four-day workweek greatly outnumber those of the current five-day workweek that we abide by in the U.S. American businesses should take the hint: the four-day workweek is the way of the future.
February is a hard month. The last dregs of winter seem to stretch forever as we slowly stumble into springtime. Although we’ve made it halfway through the month, those last couple of weeks leading into March are always the hardest. Here’s some music that I believe will keep you afloat until then.
On Jan. 6, Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 507. Within H.B. 507 lies an amendment that, in just a couple of sentences, redefines natural gas as green energy. Those few sentences could haunt Ohioans for years to come.
Deciding on a college can be a daunting and oftentimes nerve-wracking task. As prospective students flood the campus, taking tours and exploring their potential future, many leave wondering if Ohio University is the right place for them. In truth, OU has a lot to offer.