Today, I took a moment in my favorite spot on campus.
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It’s time to talk about one of the most contentious topics in the Swiftie community: which of the “sister albums” is better — "folklore" or “evermore.”
Republican law-makers are letting their constituents down.
As my time as an active Postie comes to a close, I thought it might be interesting to review a topic that has always interested me that I chose to write my first ever column on: the mess that is the two party system.
Near the Smoky Mountains, 3,700 acres of land are engulfed in a wildfire that is at 30% containment as of Thursday afternoon. 11,000 homes have been evacuated. As of now, the cause of the fire is unknown, but 85% of the time, wildfires are caused by humans.
Fest season is upon us. The season kicked off last weekend with Friday’s Milliron Fest and Saturday’s Mill Fest. It was definitely a great weekend, with two great fests to get us started. Fest Season lasts from March 18 to April 23, ending the season with Palmer Place Fest and Palmer Fest. However, there are a few weekends that don’t currently have fests planned: Easter weekend and the first weekend of April.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bill into law Monday changing a salient gun law in Ohio.
20% of Americans believe the moon landing was faked.
OU isn’t the only university facing a budget issue.
Sometimes we need a way to unplug.
Like me, you have likely picked up a gaming app or two over the course of the pandemic. With less things to do outside of the home and more time spent isolated indoors, we’ve developed more time in our days to spend messing around on our phones.
It’s 4 o’clock. You say to yourself, “Gosh, I have so much work to do. I’m going to be working for the next few hours at least. Maybe I should scroll on TikTok for a while before I have to grind.”
Levies are important to vote in. Here’s why.
Editor’s Note: The Post does not endorse or condone breaking the law.
Every few years or so, the state of Ohio redesigns the state license plate.
Picture this: you’re doing your grocery shopping at a store in Athens. You’re going through your list: eggs, bread, frozen veggies, meats, the whole nine yards. As you peruse the shelves, you notice they seem quite bare. You also notice a lot of the items are a bit more expensive than they usually are.
Homecoming brings bobcats old and new together.
The cultural obsession with celebrities is ingrained in American culture. From the Kardashian’s, to the Royal Family, to TikTok stars, there is constantly some sort of drama happening in the lives of famous people for us regulars to follow along with. While following along is fun and entertaining, sometimes fans can cross a line when it comes to these very personal matters of people with very public lives.
If you’re an Ohio University student, or a student at any university, you’ve probably heard about the re-emergence of YikYak. YikYak is a social media platform that allows you to post anonymously to the area within a five-mile radius. It’s similar to Twitter in its scrolling and commenting format, except no one knows who is making the posts. YikYak also has a feature in which users can upvote or downvote posts to show their approval or lack thereof.
Everywhere you look on the internet, it seems like there is a right answer. It may be difficult to find at first, but it’s likely found in the form of a “ratio” underneath a hot take tweet. Whatever form your media consumption takes, there are probably people arguing somewhere about something. There is also usually someone who comes out on top in the argument, with the points in the game measured through likes and majority agreement.