On Monday, the Boston Red Sox finished their upset of the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League Division Series with a walk-off sacrifice fly. The night before, however, the two AL East rivals played what I consider a perfect MLB playoff game.
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Ohio University’s Patton College of Education is making an effort to change the structure of current and future classrooms. The college is aiming to bring Black men into education fields and increase diverse learning through two new initiatives: Hip-Hop OHIO Patton Education, or HOPE, and Brothers Rallying to Inspire and Shape Education, or Brothers RISE.
It’s that time of year where the temperature starts to drop, the sun goes down earlier and the leaves start to change color. As the fall season begins, now is the perfect time to cozy up with a warm blanket and spend these chilly nights watching some of the best fall movies. Whether it’s a murder mystery or a romantic comedy, some of the best movies take place in the autumn. They provide an abundance of comfort and get us thrilled for the chilly season to come. As many of us get excited for the fall season, here are six sensational films to get you into the fall spirit:
“Nine Perfect Strangers”, a relatively new thriller series on HBO, aired it’s last episode on Sept. 22. The conclusion of the show has brought in a steady increase of viewers. Many have chosen to binge-watch the series rather than watching each episode as it was released, arguing this makes the viewing experience better. Nonetheless, “Nine Perfect Strangers” is a fun, jam-packed and emotional series full of wild turns.
Libras, your time spent in Mercury Retrograde — for the third and final time this year — is not over yet. It may seem as if everything that could possibly go wrong, is going wrong. Don’t fret, come Oct. 18, this optical illusion will end.
Highlights from this year’s Homecoming festivities.
Athens City Council discussed increasing some of its 2022 city fees during committee meetings Monday, some of which have not been adjusted in at least a decade.
Pick up a skateboard and get ready to shred some slopes at the upcoming Skate Jam fundraiser on Oct. 16 at the Athens Skate Park, behind 701 E. State St. The fundraiser will feature a skateboard competition, live music from local bands, local breweries and many more fun packed activities where all proceeds come to support a good cause.
Finally, the new trailer for Stranger Things season four dropped on Sept. 25 with all the original cast thankfully still intact. Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink are all back as the core friend group of the show. Meanwhile, David Harbor, Winona Ryder and Cara Buono are also returning as the leading adult roles. Luckily, Joe Keery, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Maya Hawke are back for more action as well. Yet there were some new characters who dominated the majority of its runtime.
The Ted Lasso season finale released Friday morning on Apple TV. The well-loved sitcom-drama’s first season was lauded at award shows for Jason Sudeikis’ charming lead performance and its lovable fish out of water scenario. Optimistic, full-hearted and vigorously intent on depicting the resilience of the human spirit, it seems that the follow-up had nowhere to go but up.
Ohio is coming off a close loss to Mid-American Conference opponent Central Michigan.
As Homecoming weekend comes to a close, week eight begins. It’s been a busy time of classes in full swing, homecoming festivities and, for many of us, midterms scattered throughout or beginning. Coming down from the chaos and “reentering” the academic world is not without difficulty, and Bobcats are rather busy.
Despite the low incidence of flu last influenza season, health officials are growing increasingly worried about the upcoming season given the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Halloween Kills comes out this Thursday, marking the latest chapter in the Halloween film franchise. The franchise has been a cultural mainstay since its first film Halloween debuted in 1978, and this is due in part to its strongest element: the music.
Tantrum Theater is putting on the absurdist comedy Men on Boats, a show about neither men nor boats, that demonstrates the meaning of friendship and adventure through a unique, historical lens.
Ohio University has received over 400 vaccination exemption requests and expects to see an increase in requests as the vaccination and exemption application deadlines near.
Decorating for a college dorm or apartment can be difficult. Most places don’t allow you to paint, nice posters and wallpapers can be expensive and you can’t hang up most without damaging the walls. No need to fear — because removable wallpapers are a fast and easy way to liven up your room and not hurt your walls or your budget.
On My Block used to be a great show, at least at the start. The seasons have gone down in quality ever since Ruby (Jason Genao) and Olivia (Ronni Hawk) were shot, maybe that was some sort of warning for the show slowly bleeding out as it continued, which it has. The second and third seasons were fine, never bad — but bordering on it occasionally. The third season also gave the show a solid ending, which it immediately gets to rectify in it’s final ten-episode season.
October is Dyslexia Awareness month, devoted to gaining knowledge on dyslexia and recognizing those who are diagnosed with it.
It’s hard to believe that this a series started with Harry Styles. Originally a Wattpad fanfiction based on the British pop star, the four-book series is now a film franchise. However, the character based on Styles is a stark contrast to his colorful persona. Styles’ persona is bright, eccentric and summery. Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) is dark, brooding and annoyingly angsty. Frankly, he is every single Wattpad bad boy rolled into one toxic person. Contrast this with Tessa’s (Josephine Langford) career-driven yet equally toxic personality, and it becomes a relationship built on nothing but sex and extreme codependency.