The U.S.’ economic model of capitalism allows for the laws of supply and demand to set fair prices in industries, and vast competition keeps prices low and allows for efficient production. But as one looks closer into the depths and history of capitalism in the U.S., you might start to notice the disturbing trend that capitalism is a game with clear-cut winners and losers. The individuals that bear the loss of capitalism are not found overseas in foreign countries in trade organizations; they are citizens here on American soil. Since before the country was revolutionized, capitalistic rhetoric has been employed and embraced throughout American society.
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In online entertainment, niches for particular interests are bound to emerge. No other spot on the internet does this idea ring more true than on YouTube, the internet’s largest video website (if you didn’t already know that).
If you’re anything like me, your love for the Lord of the Rings is built upon Aragorn’s beautiful face, Legolas’ flawless hair and Eowyn’s sweet one liner in Return of the King. However, as dedicated as I am to the franchise, whenever I watch the movies, I now tend to skip around. The scenes I skip most frequently are the ones involving Frodo’s story. Don’t get me wrong, I love Elijah Wood (he was iconic in Spy Kids 3), but Frodo Baggins is a curse upon Middle Earth.
Cyclists of Athens will be riding gravel roads, taking in the beauty of the county this weekend.
They say that distance makes the heart grow fonder, but I often wonder: Is that really true? Or does the distance between us and a loved one make us more possessive or quick to judge? I personally think that there is something dividing us in how men and women deal with distance differently.
Nearly 90 physical activity and wellness classes are available for Ohio University students to attend for academic credit.
Mac Miller, a rapper and producer, died last Friday. His career spanned about a decade, but over that period of time, he made his mark in the hip-hop community.
Ohio (1-4) will begin Mid-American Conference play Friday as it hosts Appalachian State (4-3). In other words: it's "the real season."
When Athens travels down the road to face rival Alexander and start conference play this Friday, it will carry an advantage that could be too much for the Spartans to overcome.
From an app that can help people recover from opioid addiction to a special device that helps opioid-exposed newborns, the state of Ohio is supporting new solutions to help combat the drug epidemic sweeping the nation.
Ohio will fly to Missouri this weekend for three matches in the Hearnes Center at the Mizzou Invitational in Columbia, Missouri. The Bobcats will play Drake and Missouri on Friday and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Saturday.
Take a look at the highlights from this year's Interfaith Peace Walk.
University administers, local police and students are looking to make a cultural change on campus.
Student Senate: OU President Nellis discusses student success, sustainability and recent sexual assaults
Ohio University President Duane Nellis presented at the Student Senate meeting Wednesday.
The opening weeks of this semester have been unprecedented, not necessarily because of the volume of sexual assaults reported to police, but because of the way the campus has responded.
The annual BBQ on The Bricks took place Wednesday evening outside Baker Center.
Everybody seems to have their own opinions on the move.
Several nights a month, students and families are welcome to head up to The Ridges for Telescope Nights, during which they are given the opportunity to see what outer space has to offer up close and personal.
The Ohio Pawpaw Festival will happen for the 20th year this weekend, and attendees will be able to try some pawpaw-flavored treats, listen to live music and, for the first time, attend a wedding.