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Grace and Maggie talk about Coachella weekend 1 and 2 including Frank Ocean, their favorite performers and guest performers.
This week Grace and Maggie talk about Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn’s breakup, The Eras Tour and her new music video filmed in Liverpool.
This week Grace and Maggie discuss the Selena Gomez and Hailey Bieber drama.
Ohio University will continue to offer housing in River Park Apartments for rising sophomores for the 2023-24 school year.
Students who walk through Tupper at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays may be surprised to see a fitness group meeting, but for OU CHAARG members, it’s a normal occurrence. CHAARG is a national organization founded in 2012 at Ohio State University to unite women and make working out fun. CHAARG stands for Changing Health, Attitudes and Actions to Recreate Girls.
Hosts Maggie and Grace get into how much they appreciate "Abbott Elementary."
As students get their caffeine fix from Front Room Coffee House, they may notice something new in the cafe. At the start of the semester, Thread Magazine’s team worked with Culinary Services to put a new gallery in Front Room.
In the first episode of season 3, "Let's Get Into It" hosts Maggie Palma and Grace Koennecke share their predictions for the 65th annual Grammy awards.
The holidays are back once again and so are all of the Black Friday deals. However, gone are the days of waiting in lines overnight because many major retailers have already released their sales. There is no shortage of tech, appliances, toys, clothes this year. Here are the best deals so far this season:
College can sometimes feel lonely for students, so they turn to pets for help. Even though the idea of being able to come home to a furry friend may sound appealing, it may not be the best option for students.
Ohio University Board of Trustees met in committees Thursday to discuss enrollment, the new housing master plan and the search for OU’s next president.
Though it may not feel like it, fall starts this week. The best way to up your wardrobe this season is layering with a good shacket. A shirt jacket (shacket) is a versatile piece of clothing that fills our Instagram feed every year. Wearing a shacket in the fall is a right of passage and is an amazing transition piece from summer to fall. It is versatile and easily paired with a bodysuit, jeans and your favorite accessories. If plaid and wool isn’t your look, there are many other styles of shacket.
Ohio University College Democrats announced Tuesday afternoon that Democrat Senate Candidate Tim Ryan was joining them for a rally in Walter Hall at 3 p.m. to celebrate National Voter Registration Day.
In season 2 episode 2 of "Let's Get Into It," Mimi, Grace and Maggie discuss what music is on repeat for them. From "Guerrilla" by ATEEZ to "Happiness" by The 1975, the girls also hit the bricks to see what their fellow bobcats were listening to.
The Dog Swim is back with a splash for another year of fun for furry friends. This event marks the end of the pool season and is always hosted the last day the Athens City Pool is open, Sept. 10 this year.
Let's Get Into It is back! Join hosts Maggie Palma, Mimi Calhoun and Grace Koennecke as they kick off season 2 talking about "Bling Empire," Wonderbus, "Funny Girl" and more.
Dorm rooms can be so dull and often require something to bring liveliness to them. The best way to do this is by adding easy to care for plants. Not only are they gorgeous, but they also purify the air in your room and help boost your mood. Before buying new plants, it is important to analyze your living space. First, how much natural light is in your room? And how dry or humid is the air? After you evaluate, finding a plant that will survive in an unconventional space is much simpler. Keep in mind most of these plants are poisonous to pets so if you have a cat or dog, place it in a place they cannot reach.
Now that Syllabus Week is over, students are working on their first assignments of the school year. There can be stress that comes with the first couple of weeks of classes while trying to find what works best. The greatest way to survive is to find a place to study that feels right. Somewhere that is comfortable and calm can be beneficial.