Every semester around the time everyone starts preparing for finals, Alden Library facilitates visits with therapy dogs on campus for students. Whether they are stressed from their workload, miss their own pets or a little bit of both, many students are excited to see the dogs.
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As a seasoned Swiftie, I don’t think that Taylor Swift has ever released a bad album. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. However, one of my least favorite opinions to have crossed my ears, is that Lover is Swift’s worst album and I’m here to prove why that is simply incorrect.
The pandemic has prevented many people from celebrating Easter as they usually would. But, two years later, the light at the end of the tunnel has finally approached and life has started to feel normal again.
The cultural phenomenon that Star Wars became needs no introduction. Since Episode IV: A New Hope came out in 1977, the film series and its accompanying television series have acquired mass amounts of a diverse array of fans all over the world. There is something for everyone in the Star Wars universe.
Ohio’s dynamic baseball duo's past, the getaway opportunities in Southeast Ohio and what OU could have done with $40,000 and more
The world started shimmering a little less bright on March 25 upon receiving the heart breaking news that Taylor Hawkins had passed away.
The history and roots of Black Appalachia, the return of the International Street Fair, Take Back the Night and more
Hosts Hannah Campbell and Tate Raub interview Mikayla Rochelle, the official organizer for Stewart Fest and learn how this Bobcat is making fest history.
Ohio University has been around for over 215 years. In that time, it has seen 22 presidents, including President Hugh Sherman, but not one of them has been a woman.
The Black student town hall's address, OU's transfer student numbers, Olivia Rodrigo underserved on her Disney+ special and more
Within pop culture, there are a lot of types of trends that come and go. Regardless of what ones catch your attention, it can be hard to keep up.
Director Matt Reeves’ The Batman has been a long time coming. Since it was made official in May 2019 that Robert Pattinson would be playing the titular hero, there was some concern about Reeves’ decision to cast the Twilight alum. However, since the March 4 release of the film, many people have changed their minds about Pattinson and found a new obsession in the film’s soundtrack.
A racist hate crime sparks outrage on campus, OU’s Global Arts Festival returns, a new podcast and more
Learn more about how Rent Free came to be, its shows at The Union and Red Brick Tavern, an upcoming gig for Mill Fest and its future projects.
After two years, fest season is finally back. Hosts Tate Raub and Hannah Campbell preview this upcoming season with Athens DJs about what the event will look like and its cultural significance at Ohio University.
Community Foods Initiatives' impact in Appalachia, ARTS/West educates locals on medicinal mushrooms and more
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Award-winning photographers Lynn Johnson and Patricia Lanza created the photo exhibition titled “The Van Gogh Affect” that is currently on display at the Kennedy Museum of Art, 100 Ridges Circle.
Taylor Swift is, without a doubt, an absolute powerhouse of the music industry. Her journey to re-record her first six albums has overlapped with the release of newer music and I think we are taking her talents for granted.