With cherry blossoms in full bloom and vibrant colors found across Ohio University, it’s hard not to tap into one’s artistic side, especially when it comes to poetry. Inspired by Black History Month and Women’s History Month, April serves as National Poetry Month, celebrating the history and significance of poetry.
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When I realized at the beginning of Fall Semester 2022 that one of The Post’s print dates fell on April 20, or 420, as it is more widely known, I knew we had to put together something special. It started out as an idea for many months, but as April got closer, it became a reality. Over the past month, The Post’s staffers have been working hard to deliver stories, illustrations, photographs, videos and more about the one thing on everyone’s mind today: marijuana.
Buddy's Lounge, located at 10 S. Court St., came to Athens in February. Since then, the store, which sells Delta 9-THC, HHC and CBD products, has steadily increased in popularity among Athens residents and Ohio University students.
Across the U.S., 48.2 million people use marijuana, a federally illegal drug. This number will likely increase as headway is made in medical access to weed and legalization efforts progress. Already, people use weed for various clinical and personal reasons. In fact, marijuana is one of the few social issues seeing growing bipartisan support.
“Weed is from the earth. God put this here for me and you. Take advantage, man, take advantage.” - Smokey in “Friday” (1995)
Daily Rundown: Alex Finney sets himself apart in baseball, why orgies can be fun, tax season at OU and more
Baseball players need a lot of patience. It's easy to fall into a habit of anticipating where the ball will go, but it's not always easy to anticipate how a season will go.
Satire has always represented a release value for democracy. From the time of Old Comedy in Greece, where Aristophanes would critique war, education and the elite equally, to Shirley Jackson's haunting work "The Lottery," which criticizes mob conformity, satire has always been present.
At 2:30 a.m., I awoke to my soaking wet bed. Immediately a thought came to me: either my 15-year battle with bed-wetting had restarted or I was profusely sweating. A quick taste test told me it was sweat, and as my eyes crept open a snowy white owl flew past my window. Snowy owl? Swamp creature? A higher power was trying to tell me something. I checked Twitter as soon as I could and saw it: a live-action “Harry Potter” coming in the form of a Max Original TV series between 2025 and 2026. Just as overwhelming excitement took hold of me, I refocused.
Music evokes feelings. If you're having a bad day and want to exacerbate that feeling, throw on some Coldplay or Kodaline. If you're happy, throw on "Here Comes the Sun" by The Beatles. But what songs would you listen to when you want to feel empowered, conquer the day and be an absolute girlboss? Here are some of the best songs to add to your ultimate girlboss playlist that will make you feel like you can overcome anything the day throws at you:
If someone told me when I was a high school senior that I'd be sad about graduating college in three years, I'd tell them they were crazy. But that's what I am: sad. Don't get me wrong, I can't wait to see what's next, but I also could wait to leave this place I call home.
Among its many other attributes, music has the uncanny ability to conjure specific imagery and memories. A primary example is that some songs sound like heat waves and salty beach air, thus making them the perfect soundtrack as summer approaches. Here are some of the best songs to listen to as the heat rises and the sun comes out:
Emma and Lauren’s time at Ohio University is coming to a close and the girls reflect on college, and postgrad and get a little introspective. The two also discuss their excitement for the Barbie movie, and mourn the breakup of Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn. #ToeForever
Over the weekend, all sides of the music industry came together for the 22nd annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, which was full of many surprises and setbacks. With headliners Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK and Frank Ocean, each day also had a vast array of talent to watch, exciting music lovers in the deadly heat of the desert.
This episode features Marching 110 Staff guest speakers Dave Bourland, Henning Elsass, and Melanie Jenkins! Discussions of responsibilities, favorite memories, and unforgettable experiences as staff are the core of this episode!
Group sex can be a daunting challenge. Just the thought can be intimidating, not to mention the initiation and planning. Fear no longer, dear BedPost reader, as I'm here to help you through each step.
Athens City Council met on Monday to discuss an ordinance allowing the mayor to pay the 2023 recreation fee to the Outdoor Recreation Council of Appalachia, or ORCA.
Early in the morning in the small village of Baltimore, Ohio, 4-year-old Reagan Farmer could be seen knocking on doors and passing out leaflets for different campaigns. Growing up as the daughter of a campaign worker, Ohio infielder Farmer loved the day-to-day work of hanging up yard signs or going door-to-door to support different candidates.