Tuesday night, Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium was full of fans of all ages to hear professional skateboarder Tony Hawk discuss his experiences as a skateboarder, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
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When my close friends revealed they had applied for and possessed credit cards, I was horrified.
A political primary is a preliminary election in which the registered voters of a political party nominate candidates for office. The key word here is preliminary. The current system allows small states such as Iowa and New Hampshire (assisted by the media) to award front-runner status to the victorious candidate. From there, the candidates travel a path determined by which states want to "leapfrog" the other by moving up their primary dates.
An ongoing trial in Michigan may redefine responsibility in school shootings across America. Ethan Crumbley was sentenced to life in prison for murdering and injuring his classmates at Oxford High School in Detroit. Now, Ethan’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, face trials of their own over their son’s behaviors.
The Athena Cinema is preparing to host the “Heroes in Color” film series each week in February, featuring movies that provide classic heroic action and celebrate people of color in the film industry. Students, Athens residents and movie lovers alike are all invited to have a drink, a box of buttery popcorn and enjoy these upcoming beloved films.
TANSU is an indie neo-soul artist based in Harlem. Her new single, "Easy Love," is an enthralling musical goodbye that appears on her upcoming EP, which will be released by Little Planet Music. The artist has found her style at the intersection of pop, soul, R&B and electronic music.
With help from the College of Business at Ohio University and the College of Law, Business and Economics at the University of Bayreuth in Bavaria, Germany, a double degree program in sports management has offered students a new take on studying sports business.
Ohio knew that the start of its Mid-American Conference schedule would be tough. The team had to take on the likes of Toledo, Bowling Green and Western Michigan in three of its first four games. All three teams now hold winning records in the conference with about 9 games left.
Brandon Buckley has always seen the potential of a coffee truck. The Athens local owns a pizza food truck, A-Town Pies and Fries, but cold weather during the fall festival season led him to the idea of coffee and other specialty beverages.
As someone who has always lived in the U.S., I am extremely comfortable with the food and drink brands around me. From American brands like McDonald's, Frito-Lay and Coca-Cola, it has been a subtle yet interesting cultural shock for me as a newcomer to the U.K.
Fur coats, red lipstick and not-so-subtle nods to organized crime are taking over TikTok in favor of the newest trend: the “mob wife” aesthetic.
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In November 2023 the movie “Saltburn,” directed by Emerald Fennell, was released and quickly became a significant pop culture phenomenon. The movie blew up on social media because of a few controversial and relatively disturbing scenes. Even though many people think that the movie is weird, I feel that in a few years, this movie will become something of a cult classic.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ fifth feature film “Poor Things” is a funny, jarring and incredibly stylized coming-of-age story about a Frankenstein-like figure’s new, baby brain catching up with the age of the adult body it’s in and the speedrunning of psychosexual and general developmental stages that comes with this.
Daily Rundown: Ohio House Bill 68, OU's s speech and debate tournament, Men’s basketball vs Buffalo and more
On Jan. 24, the Ohio Senate voted to override Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto against Ohio House Bill 68 The bill limits access to essential healthcare needs for transgender youth, including restricting transgender minors from receiving gender-affirming care and preventing transgender girls from taking part in girl’s and women’s sports.
After confusing many driving to Athens on Route 33 and more recently Route 50 with a strange billboard promising meatloaf served with strawberry milk since October 2019, Margie’s Meatloaf Mecca is going away.