For many, the notion of the “American dream” conjures images of late 19th to early 20th century immigration. People fled southern and eastern Europe and western Asia as a result of drought, religious persecution, war and famine.
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People and Planet: Vote ‘yes’ on the Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative
It is imperative to vote “yes” on Issue 1 on Nov. 7 to protect the right to choose in Ohio through codifying the Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative. The issue’s passing would ensure abortion access and other sexual health decisions would remain up to the person, not the state.
Daily Rundown: Reflecting on Palmer fest, students prepare for orientation, seniors say goodbye and more
Across the U.S., 48.2 million people use marijuana, a federally illegal drug. This number will likely increase as headway is made in medical access to weed and legalization efforts progress. Already, people use weed for various clinical and personal reasons. In fact, marijuana is one of the few social issues seeing growing bipartisan support.
Daily Rundown: Alex Finney sets himself apart in baseball, why orgies can be fun, tax season at OU and more
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The East Palestine, Ohio, train derailment shook the lives of 4,800 people living in the city near the Pennsylvania border. In an article from NPR, the director of the Ohio Department of Health (DOH), Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, was quoted as saying that the DOH has taken every step possible to ensure the safety of the people came first and foremost.
Daily Rundown: Meet the new Student Senate leaders, why Olivia Rodrigo will be better than The Beatles, the significance of Mexican food favorites and more
For years, conservative politicians have lamented that public schools are being corrupted by what they call “divisive concepts” and what the rest of the world calls historically accurate information.
Daily Rundown: Gearing up for the Athens International Film Festival, the return of Kiser Barbecue, the importance of potatoes in Latin America and more
Daily Rundown: Service animals provide support in college, the NPHC's impact on Greek life, who should play James Bond and more
Between 1819 and 1969, 408 special boarding schools existed in the United States and operated under a very different set of rules than other boarding schools adhere to.
When new writers approach us with a desire to join The Post’s opinion section, one of the key things we tell them is that they can write about pretty much anything as long as they are not saying anything bigoted.
Daily Rundown: A new group supporting BIPOC women at OU, thoughts on ‘Ted Lasso’ season 3, a review of Miley Cyrus' new album and more
Fleetwood Mac emerged with a new sound in the 1970s. In 1977, 46 years ago this month, the group released “Rumours.” The album immediately gained praise from the public and from critics, won a Grammy Award for Best Album of the Year in 1978, and sold over 40 million copies, becoming one of the highest selling albums in history.
Daily Rundown: How one student avoided being a Leap Year baby, what's going on with Alabama Basketball, Black History Month at OU and more
Daily Rundown: Phi Delta Theta hosts a vigil for MSU, how students are preparing up for Ash Wednesday and more
On the morning of Feb. 3, Bexley Middle School students sat in their homerooms watching the morning announcements. It's Black History Month, so the students on the show planned to briefly talk about contributions Black individuals have made to art, science, politics, literature, etc.