Elvis. No one hears that name without immediately thinking about the hip-thrusting King of Rock 'n’ Roll himself. Baz Luhrmann’s new biopic about the raunchy rock star needs no further introduction than the title itself, Elvis.
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In the span of two weeks between late January and early February, three Ohio runners broke four program records that had stood for years. On Jan. 29, Josh Park shattered the program record for the indoor 5000-meter event by 10 seconds. He'd break another record two weeks later after running the indoor 3000-meter event in 8:11.35.
Drawn Out: How Artists Break Through Creative Ruts will be exhibited in room 327 of Seigfred Hall, 20 Church St. This exhibition shares how drawing is used to reinvigorate creative practice. Put together by early career art professors from nearby Ohio institutions, a presentation by Kate Hampel of Ohio University will be hosted at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The exhibit will be available until March 13.
Every Ohio University student knows the Wednesday before spring break in Athens isn’t your average hump day: it’s Green Beer Day.
Athens lifts mask mandate, bars and bartenders prepare for Green Beer Day and an opinion on why the Russian department at OU is vital now more than ever.
Corinne Colbert, the former editor of The Athens NEWS, was fired by the Ohio branch of the paper’s publishing company Adams Publishing Group, or APG, on Friday.
When you hear the word “justice,” it is possible that images of protest marches and rallies come to mind. With such vivid pictures permeating our thoughts, it is sometimes hard to remember that the goal of any justice effort is for wrong things to be made right. At the end of the day, people who have been on the receiving end of unnecessarily poor or substandard treatment just want to be treated fairly. They want people with personal and/or institutional power and authority to use these resources with integrity and fairness. These are not unreasonable expectations.
Taylor Swift is, without a doubt, an absolute powerhouse of the music industry. Her journey to re-record her first six albums has overlapped with the release of newer music and I think we are taking her talents for granted.
Ohio University’s administrators must be kicking themselves right now.
Athens’ annual Green Beer Day will be back Wednesday. After almost a year of anticipation, bar owners and bartenders are excited to see Ohio University students continue the longtime tradition.
Rising Suns Non-Profit Pharmacy is now moving to a new location in Grosvenor Hall, room 078. With the new location, the pharmacy hopes to expand its services to more residents in Athens.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has made waves over the past week for his courage in the face of the Russian invasion. His effort in joining the combat and his rejection of an offer to evacuate has become the face of the pro-Ukraine movement. Zelenskyy’s “I need ammunition, not a ride” has become a rallying cry, and he has garnered a sort of influencer-esque status online. This has glorified the war and has grown the international support for Ukraine, but Zelenskyy’s bravery has had another interesting effect: it has changed the perception of Jewish people in Eastern Europe.
Disney is no stranger to creating residential communities. There have been a few attempts in the past such as Golden Oak, which was located within Disneyworld but was bought out by the Four Seasons. Another attempt was Celebration Real Estate, which became a suburb of Orlando and is no longer under the control of the company. The third, Country Walk, was built by the Disney-owned Arvida Corporation, but was severely destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Known for popular hits like “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” and “Shout,” classic ‘80s duo Tears for Fears came together to release their first new album in 18 years. Their newest album titled The Tipping Point is more than just a reunion album, it is composed of emotional lyrics and dire instrumentals as a way of expressing themselves through their new music.
The podcast 'Yes Ma’am,’ hosted by Ashley Beach, Maria Monesi and Molly Buchard, has just released its sixth episode of its second season. The series features discussions on current events in women's sports on a national level and at Ohio University. Tune in for new episodes Thursdays on The Post's website.
Ohio University’s College of Fine Arts is merging the gap between fine arts and health studies. Through the implementation of a new certificate by the college, graduate students will be able to forge their experience in the arts with their passion for health and well-being.
BOWLING GREEN — Jeff Boals stood in the hall leading toward Ohio’s locker room inside the Stroh Center and tried to stand tall.
BOWLING GREEN — Ohio suffered its third loss in four games when Bowling Green showed it up 80-77 inside the Stroh Center on Tuesday night.
Within the comforting walls of Lindley Hall suite 032-038 lies an environment for all to feel welcome, share their experience and for survivors to gain power and control back in a space where they’ll receive nothing but support and assistance.