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.
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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.
Ohio University’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors, or OU-AAUP, is seeing positive progress regarding extended contracts being offered to instructional faculty.
The Ohio University Police Department received a report of a rape Saturday evening from OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital.
Ohio has just two more games to earn a spot in the Mid-American Conference Tournament, and getting a win over Miami on Wednesday night would go a long way toward doing so.
Ohio University announced Tuesday that masks are no longer required in the majority of its non-classroom spaces on all campuses, excluding its Chillicothe and Southern branches, effective immediately.
OU history, political science departments, Contemporary History Institute host panel to discuss Ukraine-Russia conflict
On Monday night, Emily Ertle, Ohio University Student Senate’s director of public relations, or PR, resigned from her position, effective immediately.
With spring on its way and a lot of school organizations holding date parties and events, there’s no better time than now to update and upgrade your wardrobe with some new dresses. Spring is the best time of year to wear plenty of light, bright and pastel colors, flowy dresses, dotted patterns and, of course, a lot of floral. Even if you’ve spent all your money on spring break expenditures, we’ve got you covered. Here are six cute, affordable dresses for spring:
Athens mask mandate ends, two brothers' journey to OU wrestling and Steven Evans honored as distinguished professor
Athens City Council met Monday evening and tabled an ordinance that would extend the mask mandate in the city.
Ohio’s regular season is winding down, and it will spend the final stretch before the Mid-American Conference Tournament on the road.
In wrestling, nothing comes easy, and the journey is different for everyone. Ohio’s duo of Alec and Kyran Hagan is a two-man wrecking crew, one that’s taken time to create.
With the 2022 Winter Olympics behind us, there’s much to celebrate. Team USA placed fourth behind Norway, Germany and China. But, without the awards, all the athletes that competed are more than deserving of the praise for their accomplishments. That includes all of the Asian American Olympians on Team USA.