Music lovers in 2018 have a bevy of new and exciting records spanning across all genres, but there’s one record that deserves a bit more attention than it has gotten this year: the fourth full-length effort from Los Angeles hardcore band Twitching Tongues, Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred.
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Last year, Timothée Chalamet stole every viewers’ heart in Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name. That same year, he starred as the bad boy in Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird. Every entertainment consumer waited anxiously to see what big project the heartthrob would do next.
Today is Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:
An Ohio University student died at OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital after he was found unresponsive in an apartment on Mill Street at about 3 a.m. Monday.
The Walking Dead featured yet another time jump, this time going six years into the future. Alexandria and The Hilltop seem to be thriving, but of course there is unrest growing within the community and surrounding area.
With a new coach, Ohio experienced a building year. While they found success offensively, the defensive struggles resulted in the team winning just five games.
Jordan Dartis and James Gollon sat far down the Ohio bench cheering for their teammates on a few big plays. It’s a perch that Bobcat fans will see them on for the foreseeable future, with no clear end in sight.
Coach Saul Phillips needs to find Ben Vander Plas more minutes.
Ohio defeated Campbell 81-73 on Monday in The Convo behind 24 points from Jason Carter and a stout defensive performance on one of the nation’s premier scorers, Chris Clemons.
Behind the resurgence of Jason Carter and Ben Vander Plas, Ohio defeated Campbell 81-73 on Monday night in The Convo. It was the first game of the Jersey Mike’s Jamaica Classic.
Graduate Student Senate will hear from OUPD Chief of Police Andrew Powers and APD Chief of Police Tom Pyle
Graduate Student Senate will hear from Ohio University Police Department Chief Andrew Powers and Athens Police Department Chief Tom Pyle, GSS President Maria Modayil said.
With a looming presidential race in the near future that could become more controversial than the last, it is important to take a stark examination of our nomination process. A trend within political parties that has grown in authority and influence is the issue of frontloading.
From folk and bluegrass to hip hop and rhythm and blues, people will travel from all over Ohio to Stuart’s Opera House this weekend to find a plethora of music collections to choose from.
Two and a half years after he released his debut LP, The Human Condition, New York-based artist Jon Bellion dropped Glory Sound Prep on Friday. The new 10-track album was produced entirely by Bellion himself – and despite a couple hiccups here and there, it contains some of his best work to date.
For Ariel Keener, a freshman studying sociology, Trans Awareness Week takes on a special meaning.
On a normal day, my girlfriend and I are pretty in sync when it comes to what to watch. I’ve actually become shocked over the past few years at how in sync we’ve become in pop culture tastes. Inevitably there are times where she falls in love with a film trailer on TV that screams “stereotypical rom-com.” Corny dialogue, upbeat music, golden washed cinematography – the whole deal.
The 2004 film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a movie loved by many people, so host Georgia Davis watched it for the first time. Joined by The Post’s director of multimedia Alex Penrose, the two discuss the film’s plot and the implications of erasing someone from a person’s memories. They also talk about Jim Carrey’s emotional role as Joel.
The new Sustainability Committee at Ohio University will allow for greater collaboration between the university and Athens residents to address issues of sustainability.
Participating in school spirit or repping university apparel are great ways to radiate school pride around campus for upcoming games and everyday basis. Showing spirit can be easily affordable and does not equate to breaking the bank on official university wear or popular online stores. In fact, there are an excessive amount of cost-effective ways to refurbish and customize the school spirit clothes you may already have on hand. Good news — you’ll only need a trusty pair of scissors, a favorite oversized T-shirt/sweatshirt, an old shoelace or two, and common household/dorm room items. Here are seven budget-friendly ways to customize your school spirit wear: