Sunday night, every viewer of the Grammys was graced with the musical genius and explosion of culture that was Bad Bunny’s performance. Although it may have been the first time for some they had seen or heard of the Latino singer, Bad Bunny has been the most streamed global artist on Spotify for three years in a row.
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When Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, released his autobiography "Spare," jaws from all around the world dropped as readers consumed an immense amount of information about his royal life. Harry revealed a variety of details, including but not limited to losing his beloved mother, the trauma that came from not being the firstborn, losing his virginity and even his affinity for the American sitcom "Friends."
Deep in the hundred acre woods (Athens), where Christopher Robin plays (where Bobcats go to school), you will find the enchanted neighborhood (Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium) of Christopher’s childhood days.
With a push for the movie and film industry to be more inclusive and diverse, a new age of a racially diverse Hollywood is being advocated for. White actors playing non-white characters have been publicly denounced, and the very action of it has been a hindrance for celebrities’ careers.
When students log on to Kitty Consolo’s class, they are immediately met with a cheerful, vibrant professor who has a passion for teaching her students about the importance of nutrition as well as physical and mental wellness. What the students may not know, however, is they are being taught by an accomplished runner and Olympian.
Thanksgiving looks different for every American. Whether that means spending it on cold metal bleachers watching their favorite football team, snuggled on the couch in a turkey coma, lazily flipping channels between Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” there are many ways to spend the iconic holiday.
Der Ausdruck „kleine Welt“ kann für eine Vielzahl von Dingen verwendet werden. Ob es sich nun um den Namen eines Fahrgeschäfts in Disneyland handelt oder um eine Redewendung, die verwendet wird, wenn Fremde herausfinden, dass sie dieselben Leute kennen, es ist allseits bekannt, dass die Welt in Wirklichkeit gar nicht so groß ist. Am Dienstagnachmittag haben David Butcher und Hans-Peter Rosenberger bewiesen, dass dies wahr ist.
The phrase “small world” can be used to coin various things. Whether it’s naming the animatronic ride at Disneyland or an expression when strangers find out they know the same people, it is a long accepted idea that the world is not all that big. On Tuesday afternoon, David Butcher and Hans-Peter Rosenberger proved this sentiment true.
Women from all over the world assume a number of roles: doctors, lawyers, teachers, mothers, sisters, wives and many more. Women make up 51% of the American population. Despite this fact, there is still a field where women are seriously underrepresented: politics.
For thousands of years, humans have used their bodies as art canvases. A form of self-expression, tattoos allow a person to convey messages they want to express. Whether these messages are affirmations of love, reminders of religious beliefs or merely a fun character, every tattoo holds significance.
David Butcher has many titles: husband, father, genealogist, historian and museum founder. On Sept. 27, he was able to add one more title to his resume: an inaugural recipient of the the Black Appalachian Storytellers Fellowship.
Whether a student has run out of meal swipes, or a city resident is trying to pinch a penny or two, free food will always come in handy.
When customers walk into the Federal Valley Resource Center, or FVRC, they are immediately greeted by Charlie.
Founded over four decades ago, Ohio University’s Student Alumni Board continues to impact its members.
Multilingual journalism offers a broader perspective, attracts a more diverse audience and gives writers a unique opportunity to grow. As a staff this year, Culture has the goal of starting regular multilingual coverage after our assistant editor, Alyssa Cruz, investigated the lack of bilingual journalism opportunities at Ohio University last spring.Coming into this year as new editors, this was a top priority to accomplish. There is so much to be gained from generating content that can be consumed by more than just an English-speaking population.
Twenty-one years ago last Sunday, Americans and people from all over the world watched in horror as two planes collided into the World Trade Center. Soon after, a third plane hit the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. A fourth plane was overtaken but hijacked by the passengers and crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 people were killed in the four coordinated terrorist attacks.
As members of the Ohio University Anglers Organization kicks off the new school year, they hope to “catch” the interest of potential new members. As it is one of OU’s newer organizations, the club’s executive board is hopeful to spread the word.