After finding out in last week’s episode that time is a Jeremy Beriemy, the core four were sent into spiraling confusion. This week, when they decided to accept their fates and move on, there was some unfinished business they had to take care of.
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Twitter lost more than 9 million users in bot crackdown; Back-to-back Homecoming and Halloween weekends could increase crime
Ohio swept Kent State, 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-17), on Thursday at the M.A.C. Center. Here are three takeaways from the match.
George Shillcock and Madeleine Peck discuss the two upcoming debates in Athens. Incumbent Republican Jay Edwards and Democrat Taylor Sappington will debate on Monday in Walter Hall for the 94th Ohio House District. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington, and Democrat Rick Neal will debate Tuesday in Nelson Court dining hall for Ohio’s 15th Congressional District.
Halloween is around the corner, so you know what that means: It’s time to get scared. You have your choice of poison — haunted house, slasher flick, or what about a horror video game? It is easy to see why horror video games can be some of the most potent nightmare fuel out there. Their interactive nature helps immerse the player in the world of the game, making them feel like the events transpiring are happening to them. So in time for Halloween, here are five horror video games for late at night:
Ohio University is looking to develop a new app to help prevent sexual assaults happening on campus.
Leaving at Halftime: On Tia Jimerson’s return and why Ohio volleyball has struggled to meet its potential
Host Matt Parker and volleyball beat writer Anthony Poisal sat down and to talk about the recent story about Tia Jimerson and how the Bobcats have struggled in the past month.
Halloween weekend in Athens is infamous, but there could be diminished crowds this year due to weather and its proximity to Homecoming weekend.
Ohio University’s games and animation program has been ranked as the second-best in Ohio.
Suzan-Lori Parks wrote 365 Days/365 Plays over the period of a year when she wrote a play every single day to commit herself to the artistic process.
Is it really OK to be undecided going into college? Many people will ask you before going to college “What are you going to do for the rest of your life?” Unless you’ve had an idea since you were a child, you have no idea. Some people say that they have it all figured out and it makes you nervous, but should it? I don’t think it should.
If you grew up in the American school system, it's almost guaranteed you were branded with the song “This Land Is Your Land.” Many American children were brought up on the idea Woody Guthrie-anthem reflected the idea our nation was one big happy melting pot that gave equal opportunity to everyone. For me, that song brings back memories of learning how well the pilgrims treated Native Americans (they didn’t) and just how great of a guy Christopher Columbus was (he wasn’t).
With the 2018 midterm elections around the corner, there's no better time to review the music that rallies against the establishment: punk music. More specifically, it’s time to look at the punk that has been released since the 2016 election, specifically, American Fall by Anti-Flag.
Going into last week’s game against River Valley, it looked liked Athens would barely miss the playoffs yet again.
Fun News Friday: New crocodile species discovered; alleged thief looks strikingly similar to 'Friends' actor
It’s Halloween season in Athens. Between the festivities this weekend and the end of the week, take a moment to relax and check out these fun news stories:
Passion Works, a collaborative community art center in Athens that focuses on acceptance through artwork, is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Ohio’s toughest weekend of the season was saved for the last two regular season games as it plays No.3 Duke and Mid-American Conference leader Miami.
“We wanted to provide a second option so people could stay away from the chaos uptown,” said Little Fish Brewing Company Taproom Manager Beau Nishimura.
In a close vote, Ohio University Student Senate members passed a bill endorsing Ohio Issue 1 at its general body meeting Wednesday.
A team of seven people work on protecting the land and extinguishing the flames.