In this episode, we discuss our favorite mob films. This episode also features an exclusive interview with director and producer Victor Bonacore.
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In the first episode of season 3, "Let's Get Into It" hosts Maggie Palma and Grace Koennecke share their predictions for the 65th annual Grammy awards.
Ohio returned to Bird Arena Saturday after pulling off an impressive upset against No. 1 Minot State on Friday night. Saturday however was a different story. Ohio suffered an 8-5 loss in its own barn.
There were many aspects of Saturday’s loss to Minot State that were familiar to Ohio. It got out to a typical early lead and lost itself in the final period as it’s done a handful of times this season
Ohio (4-17, 2-8 Mid-American Conference) looked like it had no chance to upset Toledo (17-4, 8-2 MAC) when it trailed by 11 at halftime on Saturday. But Ohio was able to give Toledo a scare before ultimately falling 66-55.
Ohio came away with a 78-68 win over Miami in a tightly-contested Battle of the Bricks Saturday to move to 4-6 in Mid-American Conference play.
Ohio coach Jeff Boals encouraged the crowd as he ran back to Ohio’s locker room after defeating Miami 78-68. He’d done so all night by waving his arms and turning to face all sides of The Convo. Boals knew that the extra energy could be the difference in a win or a loss against Ohio’s rival because he’s been there before.
If it wasn’t clear yet that the Bobcats belong among the best of the best in the American Collegiate Hockey Association, they proved it Friday night.
The annual “Grudge Match” between Kent State and Ohio took place in The Convo on Friday night and resulted in a 28-9 Bobcat win. Not only was it this year's edition of this storied rivalry but it was also senior night, celebrating the final home match for the Bobcat wrestling seniors.
Even as a the season winds down, Jordan Slivka is still finding room for improvement.
Daily Rundown: OU grads raise money to support relative, new diversity panel to be hosted at OU, Ohio hockey with a test ahead and more.
As someone who has always loved a good action movie, particularly those that involve superheroes, the current state of the DC Extended Universe, or DCEU, is disappointing.
Ohio University’s Student Alumni Board will be hosting a series about diversity in the workplace beginning in February.
Deciding on a college can be a daunting and oftentimes nerve-wracking task. As prospective students flood the campus, taking tours and exploring their potential future, many leave wondering if Ohio University is the right place for them. In truth, OU has a lot to offer.
Fresh Finds Friday: PVRIS talks femininity on "GODDESS;" Cordae and Anderson.PAAK tastes the nightlife in "Two Tens"
Happy Friday, Bobcats. Another week has come and gone. You know what the best part of my week is? Listening to new music. With that being said, it's always good to listen to some new tunes throughout the week and going into the weekend. Daniel Caesar, Sam Smith and others have dropped new music this past week.
If you are a member of the unofficial “dead parent club,” it’s likely you are familiar with the “s” essay. The “s” essay was a college admission essay written by now Harvard University student Abigail Mack. Mack shared an excerpt of the essay in a TikTok that went viral and now has 24 million views.
The Post Weekly Round-up is here to keep OU’s campus informed on the most important stories published by The Post each week. Hosts Donovan Hunt, Sophie Young and Arielle Lyons give you a brief round-up of current Athens and OU news.
Around 6:30 p.m. Thursday, the Ohio University Police Department sent a university-wide email detailing an alleged sexual assault on campus
Student Trustee Mia Citino attended the Student Senate meeting Wednesday to discuss the Board of Trustees’ recent developments, and Senate President Dayna Shoulders gave her State of the Senate speech.
This is the first of (what will hopefully be) many Dvar Torahs. Every week, Jews read a section of the Torah, what is commonly known as the Jewish Bible. That section is called a parshah. When someone delivers a sermon on the parshah, it is called a Dvar Torah. My Dvar Torahs will be published on Fridays, so you can read about what the Jews read that week and the message I am taking from it.