Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Post's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Answers with Ankita: How imperialism still impacts the efforts of curbing climate change
Oh boy, do I love winter! There's just something about the crisp air, the crunching of snow under my feet and the warm glow of a fire that makes me feel all cozy inside. And let's not forget about the snow! It's just so darn magical. It transforms the world into a winter wonderland, making everything look so clean and pristine.
Dori, Interrupted: Tuck in your hair, thank me later
New York's hottest club is Turtleneck Hair, named after the elevated, built-in accessory of off-duty models. It has everything: unexpected glam, tucked-in tresses and enigmatic appeal.
Weekender Briefs: Attend movie nights, see electric performers
Friday, Feb. 3:
Q&A: Em Knotts, owner of the OU groundhogs account, discusses Groundhog Day
It’s finally Groundhog Day, but Ohio University has one student who celebrates all year round. Em Knotts, a sophomore studying psychology, runs a popular Instagram account, @OU_Hogs, which features photos of OU’s resident groundhogs. People can DM Knotts photographs they see on campus and those photos are then shared for all groundhog enthusiasts to see. The Post sat down with Knotts for a Groundhog Day exclusive.
Women's Basketball: Ohio survives late push to take down Eastern Michigan, 65-55
Ohio (4-16, 2-7 Mid-American Conference) was victorious Wednesday evening against Eastern Michigan (11-9, 3-6 MAC), who had won two of its last three games. After Ohio's last game against Ball State, freshman Jaya McClure and sophomore Kate Dennis emphasized the importance of sticking together as a team. They also mentioned the impact the team could still have on the season and finishing MAC play strong, that was evident in the team's performance tonight.
5 Hyperpop legends that have helped shape the genre
A lot of music listeners may not realize what hyperpop is when they listen to it, but the genre is one that is becoming popular again thanks to artists such as Charli XCX and Kim Petras. Listening to this genre is almost like hearing a chaotic DJ set, with rattling bass and usually tons of auto-tuned vocals, creating an exhilarating high that leaves one feeling confident and carefree.
5 things you didn’t know about rising influencer Alix Earle
If you know anything about the latest in pop culture, then you have most definitely heard the name Alix Earle. Not even a full year ago, Earle was a normal University of Miami college student from New Jersey, but a few months and a couple of million followers on TikTok later, Earle is drowning in fame.
Police Blotter: Barking dog reported in Glouster; car abandoned for two months
That’s not a crime, is it?
Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal’s dating timeline
Among the many celebrity relationships that have received widespread attention in recent years, few have reached the caliber of mystery and intrigue than that of singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers and actor Paul Mescal. If it weren’t enough that the singer recently announced a new album with her band boygenius, and the latter was nominated for his first Academy Award for his role in “Aftersun,” the recent publicity the two have earned from a speculated breakup has been enough to inspire a timeline of their history.
Film Review: 'You People' has good intentions, poor execution
Netflix is excellent at taking astounding, legendary actors and making them look like a fool of themselves, as seen per their newly released rom-com, “You People.” It is basically a combination of films like “Meet the Parents” and “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” with age-old tropes of parental indifference and racial stereotypes that have been seen time and time again.
Hockey: Ohio's Division II team is much more than a JV team
Phillip Oberlin started Ohio's Division II hockey program in 2010, and, since then, the program has taken the ACHA by storm. The academically-driven group has racked up one regular season title, one playoff title as well as a trio of seasons where Ohio was the runner-up. In addition, the Division II team has four appearances in Regionals as well as one appearance in Nationals since its inception. Ohio University has always had top-tier hockey that was played by athletes attempting to bring back trophies and allure to Athens. However, Oberlin left the Division II program in 2018 to pursue other ventures. That meant that the team was placed in the hands of the students to not only run it, but keep it alive.
Daily Rundown: Athens Police Department looking to hire, reflections on the crowded gym after New Years, celebrating women in sports and more.
Graduate Student Senate: Study Space Task Force presentation
Ohio University graduate student senate met on Tuesday to hear a presentation regarding OU’s Study Space Task Force and discuss their search for a new president.
Angels in the Industry: Celebrate all women in sports
National Girls and Women in Sports Day is annually observed during the first week in February. 2023 marks the 37th celebration of the day, powered by the Women’s Sports Foundation.
Men's Basketball: Numbers to know from Ohio's 90-79 loss to Eastern Michigan
Ohio dropped to 3-6 in the Mid-American Conference with a 90-79 loss to Eastern Michigan Tuesday night.
People and Planet: A hidden cold war rages
The term “cold war” was coined by essayist, journalist and legendary author George Orwell in 1945. Orwell defined a cold war as a nuclear stalemate between “two or three monstrous super-states, each possessed of a weapon by which millions of people can be wiped out in a few seconds.”
Tracking Trends: Popular bands break big news
Whether listening to music casually to and from class or acting as a music connoisseur, recent band news has shocked all. Many older bands and artists are returning and releasing music or going on tour this year.
APD, OUPD face department vacancies, hiring officers
Lately with Layne: The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act needs to be passed more than ever
The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act was first introduced to Congress on Feb. 24, 2021– about nine months after the brutal murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers. At the time, it passed through the House of Representatives but didn't make it through the Senate.