It is Friday once more. Thursday was National Margarita Day, and despite the cold, many people at Ohio University probably celebrated accordingly. There are just 15 days left until spring break, and incessant rain is passing through Athens once again. Here is some fun news to give you a laugh on this rainy day.
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The weekend has arrived once more after a busy week with Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day. Fortunately, all chocolate is now on sale, so hurry to the store for some half-priced goodies. In other news, here are some fun things that happened recently:
Congratulations, you made it to Friday. Punxsutawney Phil has declared six more weeks of winter, and the snow is arriving accordingly. Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and The Post staff has declared their love for significant others. If you don’t have a significant other, here’s some fun news to brighten your week.
It is now February. The flu has officially hit Ohio University, and snow and rain are quickly approaching again. Here is some fun news to brighten your cloudy week.
Spring semester is underway, graduation looms on the horizon and the panic to find a summer job sets in quickly. Searching for a full-time job or internship can be an incredibly stressful process. As if finding the right job for your talents and interests wasn’t hard enough, competing with hundreds of other students who want the same job gets in the way.
Athens residents take care of their own. On Jan. 27, they will come together to benefit Ashley and Ian Smith and their unborn daughter, Scarlett.
Recreation class Wilderness Living Skills was voted the ‘Most Obscure Class’ by OU’s student population.
It’s time to bring your A-game.
A $750 ticket stands between Jamie Wren and a trip home for Thanksgiving.
Short hemlines, tight leggings and cleavage-bearing dresses — those are not components of your grandmother’s Halloween costumes.
If pumpkin spice lattes and oversized sweaters don’t have you excited for autumn, these seven Halloween movies will have you in a spooky mood.
When Rick Web walks into the party, there is no plan and no setlist. There’s him, the music and the crowd. Surrounded by hundreds of people, he reacts off the energy of the audience and feels his way around the music.
An event on Monday will introduce facts and myths about menstruation.
In the basement of Tupper Hall, the culture of Brazil comes to life every Tuesday night. People can learn to dance the Salsa, Samba, Forro and Bachata with those who know it best.
When Sophie Keefer bought her tickets to see All Time Low, she hadn’t yet realized her mistake of buying tickets for the Pittsburgh show instead of Philadelphia. Rather than miss out on a good show, Keefer kept the tickets and bought more and proceeded to see her favorite band in both cities.
Prepare thyself for festivities as knights, jesters, jugglers and Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth descend upon the village of Harveysburg for the annual Ohio Renaissance Festival.
With the return of Ohio University’s student body comes an increase in reports of sexual assault.
Radar Hill and West State Street Cemetery are some of the best places to stargaze in Athens.
The Athena Cinema will show a film on reproductive rights Thursday night as part of an event put on by Medical Students for Choice, Generation Action, Athens Community Leadership Council and Planned Parenthood.
On the first day of classes each semester, Karen Riggs stands before her students and lays out her cardinal rule: do not use cell phones in class.