A publication of the 1800s with a strong female lead is almost unheard of, but Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House is an exception.
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Many die-hard fans of John Green have been waiting five years for him to come out with his next best-selling novel. After reading other award-winning publications of his like, Looking for Alaska and The Fault in Our Stars, there was major hype that Turtles All the Way Down was going to be just as amazing. However, it was a let down.
Ashley Safran has always been interested in the supernatural elements. Tarot cards always intrigued her, so when she saw them being sold in a bookstore, she had to check them out.
Athens’ favorite Halloween tradition is back. In the wise words of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, “Give yourself over to absolute pleasure,” and make your way out to Lost Flamingo Company’s annual rendition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
With the addition of kegs and eggs, bowling just got a lot more fun.
Although football season is in full swing, Ohio University concert bands have just begun their fall debut.
Over the years, the rigid borders of sexuality have evolved past having to identify as liking one gender or the other.
As summer comes to an end and the cool autumn weather begins to show its face, an unwelcome nuisance decides to make its annual appearance.
I’ll be the first one to say that I am not a fan of scary things. When I say scary things I mean the haunted houses, the endless corn mazes and the ever so stressful escape rooms with the flesh-eating zombie in the closet. They all completely terrify me, but when it comes to horror movies, I’m all in.