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Beneath the Bricks: The chilling disappearance of Amy Mihaljevic
In this installment of Beneath the Bricks, Josh tells the chilling disappearance of Amy Mihaljevic. The group discussed why the young girl was taken and many other details of the case.
Shane Black’s ‘The Nice Guys’ is a nice ride
Only until very recently, I wasn’t at all familiar with Shane Black’s career in the entertainment industry. The only film that I had seen that had Black’s name attached to it with both a director credit and a writing credit was “Iron Man 3,” released almost a decade ago. That film, for all of its mixed reviews and unsatisfied fans, is pretty delightful.
ACHS hosts Spayghetti Dinner Fundraiser
In the iconic 2008 movie "Beverly Hills Chihuahua," small spoiled dogs sit at a dog salon talking about Biminy, a yorkshire terrier played by Leslie Mann, and her upcoming date with a dog named Scooter. After a comment made about Scooter chasing parked cars led to an eruption of laughter, a black poodle named Delta said: “Me, I’d be happy with one who’s not … fixed.”
Is This Too Niche? The Pigeon’s Past
Tune in this week to learn all about the role of pigeons throughout history. From Carrier to Fancy Pigeons, pigeons have a crazy interesting past! This episode is just Jada trying to get everyone to love pigeons as much as she does.Episode References:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dLGieloG1kPEykswOHiWQ6RdGdeQ16TdOnInz4cp5eQ/edit?usp=sharing
Thread Magazine's new gallery is a refresher to Front Room
As students get their caffeine fix from Front Room Coffee House, they may notice something new in the cafe. At the start of the semester, Thread Magazine’s team worked with Culinary Services to put a new gallery in Front Room.
IMDBobcat: Mob Movies and interview with Victor Bonacore
In this episode, we discuss our favorite mob films. This episode also features an exclusive interview with director and producer Victor Bonacore.
5th annual Polar Bear Plunge makes a splash
The Pest: I found a page of Rufus’ diary from New Year's Eve
It had been so long. I thought it was done. I thought the furry little freak had finally stopped leaving me sticky, dirty, nasty pages of his diary. But he is back. This time I found it under the awning at Bagel Street Deli. It looks like it was there for a while. He stuck it up there with a piece of chewed gum! He knew I would find it. He just did not know when.
Haddy the Hebrew: What “You People” gets wrong about Jews
“You People” is a Netflix original that, on the surface, is about two millennials who fall in love and navigate their relationship. It is a more complicated take on the usual rom-com than we are used to, as it attempts to deal with issues that can arise in interracial relationships. Although the intention is there, the execution ended up doing more harm than good because of its Jewish representation.
Let's Get Into It: Predictions for the 65th annual Grammys
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.
Katie’s Contemplations: The mysterious history of Valentine’s Day
Whether you’re sickly sweet in love, in your single era or somewhere in between, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Every Feb. 14 in countries like the U.S., France, South Korea, Mexico and more, people use the holiday to express their love for friends, family members and partners.
OU recognized for diversity efforts, students weigh in
Last September, Ohio University announced that it had received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award, or the HEED Award, for its fifth consecutive year from the publication INSIGHT Into Diversity. Recognized for its diversity and inclusion efforts, the announcement hit students’ emails the week of Jan. 17, leaving many surprised.
Siblings bond, bicker during Sibs Weekend 2023
Sibs Weekend 2023 was one for everyone to remember. The smell of family reunion was in the air and Athens welcomed siblings from everywhere to get a taste of how Ohio University likes to do it on the weekend.
Hockey: Ohio falls to Minot State 8-5 despite solid effort
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.
Hockey: Laker Aldridge plays it cool in Ohio's loss
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
Women's Basketball: Ohio's second half comeback falls short at Toledo
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.
Men's Basketball: Hunter, Wilson lead Ohio to 78-68 Battle of the Bricks victory
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.
Men's Basketball: Jeff Boals remains undefeated against Miami as head coach
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.
Hockey: Ohio keeps Minot State from coming back, wins 5-3
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.