A tale as old as time with a debate spanning decades: are you allowed to listen to Christmas music before Thanksgiving? Everyone has heard many-a-claim that the Christmas season doesn’t officially begin until Thanksgiving is over, but there is one major thing that could dispute this claim. Is there such a thing as the “Thanksgiving season?”
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This week’s episode is a celebration of queerness and feminism throughout history. Zoe and Jada discuss gender-nonconformity and queer love from ancient times to the modern era, while welcoming their first ever special guest.
It's been an ugly start to the year for Ohio (0-4,0-0 Mid-American Conference), and on Sunday it only got uglier.
Aidan Hadaway is one of Ohio’s many incoming freshmen for the 2022 season. After a successful high school and Amateur Athletic Union career in Georgia, Hadaway had offers from Georgia and Belmont, but chose to play at Ohio.
Ohio came in re-energized after Friday’s shutout defeat, and it paid off. Ohio’s teamwork and improvement on both offense and defense were the keys to its 5-3 victory against Central States Collegiate Hockey League rival Maryville.
Ohio was shutout for the first time this season Friday.
A beautifully crafted set flowing with dazzling costumes and inspiring actors filled the audience with interest as Ohio University highlighted the story of the Berry Hotel, which stood strong on Court Street for nearly 80 years.
Ohio (0-3, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) is taking on Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis (2-2, 0-0 Horizon League) Sunday in Indianapolis. Ohio is coming off a tough loss against a strong Ohio State team, while IUPUI is coming off a victory against Southern Illinois.
Dance majors prepare for Senior Dance Concert, Ohio falls to Ohio State, exploring Bagel Street Deli and more
On Nov. 20, the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup competition will begin. According to World Soccer Talk, soccer is the fastest-growing major sport in the U.S. More than half the world watched the record-breaking 2018 World Cup, according to The Future is Fútbol.
Students and faculty sat patiently in the Shirley Wimmer Dance Theater, occasionally offering an encouraging cheer, as fellow dancers assisted Emily Pierce, a senior studying dance performance and choreography, put together an elaborate set built by their dad. Soon, a scene began to unfold: three wooden panels formed a walk-in closet, the center hosting a door while the surrounding “walls” held an assortment of garments hanging from closet rods. Once the stage was set, Pierce, clothed in an eggplant midi slip dress, positioned themself facing the door, and the music began.
Ohio (0-3, 0-0 Mid-American Conference) knew it would have to play sensational to upset No. 8 Ohio State (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten), but Ohio's turnover plagued first half cost it any chance of winning the game as it lost 86-56 Thursday.
Throughout the late 2000s, the book series “Percy Jackson” was published, centering around the quests and adventures of the titular 12-year-old son of Poseidon. It quickly gained attention from readers of all ages, spawning spinoffs and two infamous movies in the early 2010s.
Whether you prefer to take your book outside to read among the ambiance of College Green, or you like to curl up in your warmly-lit and equally atmospheric room, there is something so unique about reading a captivating story in the fall. Although reading transcends all seasons, there are some books that seem to achieve their truest form during autumn and should be appreciated during that time. Here is a compilation of these kinds of books to inspire your fall reading list:
Hayley Williams and Taylor York are famously known for their band, Paramore, starting out as young teenagers in the early 2000s music scene. Over the years, they’ve shared great chemistry on and off stage, leading many fans to believe they were a couple.
Fresh Finds Friday: Nas returns with his 15th album “King’s Disease III; Chance Peña reflects on home. In his new single “Whiskey and Cigarettes
As week fourteen begins, Bobcats are pushing through colder weather and getting excited to return home for Thanksgiving break. With that said, listening to new tunes throughout the week and weekend is always essential. This past week, Nas, Bruce Springsteen and others have dropped new music. Here are 5 new songs to get you through the week:
On this day 19 years ago, Blink-182 released their fifth studio album, “Blink-182” (also known as “untitled”). Considered to be the band’s “Pet Sounds,” “untitled” is one of the band’s most experimental albums as it pivots from the band’s usual pop-punk sound to a more “emo” sound that was the catalyst for several other emo bands of that time, like Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance. Even with the change in sound, critics and fans alike find the album to be one of the most influential albums of the 2000s as it defined a new wave of music genre. To celebrate the record’s 19th birthday, we will look at its commercial success, defining tracks and overall impact on pop culture.
"Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live." — Gianni Versace
Ohio took on their in-state rivals Ohio State this evening. It was a tough matchup for Ohio, as they were defeated 86-56 by the No. 8 team in the country.
The violent dance between Ukraine and Russia rages on across the world stage and has now spilled into the audience and one of Ukraine’s most outspoken supporters: Poland.