October is deemed as “spooky season,” so when is a better time to binge a few spine-chilling serial killer documentaries? This article has all of the must-watch true crime documentaries that are available to stream right now. Society has always had a deep fascination with serial killers, and while it is interesting to learn about their disturbing crimes, it is also important to honor the lives of their victims and not glamorize the murders themselves.
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Fall is simply the perfect season. With the leaves changing and sweater-weather in full swing, it gets everyone in a certain mood, one that is hopeful and excited for the following months to come. Yet, this changing of the seasons also is a notorious time for new relationships to occur, and causes one to yearn for a significant other to decorate pumpkins and sip on apple cider with.
The Post Weekly Round-up is here to keep OU’s campus informed on the most important stories published by The Post each week. Hosts Donovan Hunt, Sophie Young and Arielle Lyons give you a brief round-up of current Athens and OU news.
Happy Halloween!! Today we're taking a look some absolute Halloween classics...with a twist. This is the Kidz Bop version and sense you all seemed to enjoy my suffering so much the last two times I did this, join me again as I return to assess the damages done by kids for kids to some Halloween classics.
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Ohio takes on Northern Illinois this weekend in its final Saturday game of the season, looking for its third-straight win.
Ohio (12-8, 6-3 Mid-American Conference) will go on the road to face off against Akron (5-15, 2-7 MAC) this weekend. Ohio is officially midway through its conference slate, and it is right in the thick of the race for a spot in the MAC tournament.
For the second year in a row, Athens (2-7, 2-3 Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio) will enter its final game of the season with the challenge of ruining Nelsonville-York’s (8-1, 5-0 TVC-Ohio) perfect conference record.
Ohio is headed to Town and Country this weekend to take on Maryville in a two-game series. Ohio’s series sweep against Illinois last weekend increased its record to 6-0-0, and it will be looking to stay undefeated this weekend.
Ohio University Police Department received a report of sexual imposition on Monday around 3 p.m. that reportedly occurred at Boyd Hall.
Student Senate met Wednesday evening to hear from Trinity Robinson, Student Senate treasurer, who presented on behalf of the Senate Appropriations Commission, or SAC, over the current funding status for SAC.
‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ returns to The Union, DEIA training coordinator hired by the city of Athens, a guide to costumes to check out this Halloween and more
Admittedly, I have only just gotten back into baseball this current season. Even more embarrassing to admit however, is that I am a Pirates fan. Pay attention to that line. I am a Pirates fan, but not a proud Pirates fan. Bob Nutting is one of the top five worst sports owners in America, but I digress. Unfortunately, the baseball played in October is the postseason, and the Pirates have not made so little as a wild card berth since 2015. I miss the days of competitive baseball in Pittsburgh, but since I can’t talk about that, I will go on a rant instead.
Seven-time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady might be calling it quits with Victoria’s Secret model wife, Gisele Bündchen, upon many reports of speculation. The couple has been together for 16 years, married for 13 and currently raise three kids together. For the past several months, multiple tabloids and news sites have reported about a potential split between the two. Though nothing has been confirmed from the two, the couple has hinted about it.
With Halloween right around the corner, you may still be searching for a costume idea. There are so many options to choose from; the choice can be daunting. For Ohio University students, you may even need two costumes, which is even more stressful.
Tony Scott’s 1993 film titled “True Romance” is wonderful, poorly-aged and a classic. The film has everything you could ever want from a picture; an endearing love story between two beautiful people, a cross country drug heist, Dennis Hopper getting a hole put in between his eyes and James Gandolfini giving a non-canon Tony Soprano prelude. Start to finish, the music gets your heartbeat pumping to the pace of the movie. And, Quentin Tarantino gets a major writing credit, so from start to finish he captivates the mind with his winding, thrilling plot, all while making sure everyone knows he really likes feet. Praise for this film could be endless, but my praise stops now because “True Romance” ruined my life.
When I started my time at Ohio University, I was in my hometown of Dayton, Ohio, learning to navigate a global pandemic while attending college virtually. I knew there was one thing I wanted to do when I would finally arrive on campus: take every opportunity to learn and write about the culture in and around Athens.
Diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility was recently a larger priority for the city of Athens.
During the 2022 Fall Semester, Ohio University’s Culinary Services supplied over 800 more residential meal plans to students than it did during the 2021 Fall Semester.