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It is a brand new day, and productivity is on the mind. What better way to start a morning than with some yoga or a “hot girl walk” on the treadmill? After dressing in a cute matching set and slipping on some running shoes, it seems as though nothing can ruin this perfect morning. That is until finally entering the gym, only to be face-to-face with a sea of heavy metal and an excess of testosterone.
Ohio (3-16, 1-7 Mid-American Conference) is looking to pick up some steam with a win over Eastern Michigan (11-8, 3-5 MAC).
If you’re attending a hockey game at Bird Arena, you’ll want to get there long before the game starts.
Over the summer, I was an editorial intern for Cleveland Magazine based in Cleveland, Ohio. The opportunity was worthwhile as it was only a 30-minute drive from my hometown, and I went in pretty blind as a first-time intern. I was scared and unsure of myself the first day I walked into the publication's office near Cleveland's Playhouse Square, unsure of what to expect.
Read below to see what this month has in store for you.
On Jan. 24, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco officially announced the band’s breakup on their social media platforms. It was surprising to most fans, as they had recently released a record merely five months prior but not completely out of the left field for others. There were rumors circling the Internet of Urie having a child (thanks to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy who accidentally posted a picture of their baby announcement on Instagram), which he announced as his reasoning for bringing the band to a close.
Paris Fashion Week only happens once a year, with many celebrities in attendance. From lion’s heads to red diamonds, there were definitely fashion moments that left the public eye speechless or just straight-up confused, making the event surely a memorable one.
With the recent revival of new wave music, many people have a desire to enter the fanbase but don’t quite know where to start. New Wave is described as a subgenre of rock music that encapsulates most alternative, indie, synth, pop and punk bands of the 70s and 80s. While there are countless bands accredited in the genre, there are a few that are vastly recognized to be pinnacles of the genre and are an excellent foundation off which to build a personalized taste.
Indie-rock group, The Crystal Casino Band, has fully delivered with their latest album “Maryland House,” serving as a sign of the times.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees met on Jan. 19 to discuss a variety of topics including the new updates within the Ridges Development Plan.
In 2019, the third chapter of the John Wick franchise graced the movie screen, following the continuing adventure of the titular hitman on his quest for revenge. The opening scene of the film sees John Wick go to the library and check out Aleksandr Afanas’ev’s “Russian Folktale.”
The Bengals may have lost, but there are still plenty of Athens names to cheer for. Feb. 1 marks the celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Women in sports are often put into categories and breaking stigmas can be very difficult for both active and former athletes who love their sport.
It’s hard to imagine Ohio’s lineup without Dwight Wilson III. The graduate student is the cornerstone of Ohio’s attack in the paint. He’s averaging a double-double so far in Mid-American Conference play and leads Ohio in scoring and rebounding. He’s one of the best big men in the MAC.
The Starbucks on West Union Street is where Aanya Datta can be spotted when not fulfilling one of her many roles and responsibilities as a junior studying psychology at Ohio University.
When weekly television was at its most popular, I was far too young to actually be invested in it. I was two years old when “The Office” started airing, so I couldn’t exactly get invested in Jim and Pam’s slow burn romance. “Lost” premiered five days before my first birthday, so I wasn’t heading into work the next morning and discussing last night’s episode with all my co-workers. This is the definition of “water-cooler television”, meaning that the episodes were so important that they had to be talked about the next morning at the “water cooler”. Netflix was largely seen as the killer of this kind of TV, as they would release whole seasons of shows, such as “Outer Banks” or “Wednesday” all at once. While these shows still gained immense popularity, they did not have the same sort of “water cooler” effect, people were just binge-ing the whole season at once.
Last year, Tango Gameworks released a game called “Ghostwire: Tokyo." It was a reasonably straightforward open-world title set in a haunted city. It felt like something of a half-step in a new direction — Tango Gameworks is known chiefly for its horror series, “The Evil Within,” directed by studio founder Shinji Mikami (who also directed the original “Resident Evil”).
Ohio’s two-game winning streak was snapped this weekend with a tough loss to Akron, but it has a great chance to rebound against a struggling Eastern Michigan team.
Lauren and Emma are embracing their wellness eras this episode and talking about their morning and night routines! Stay tuned for their current obsessions and favorites, as well as your weekly dose of trending movies, music and celebs.