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Kayla Gauze is no stranger to suicide.
On this episode of Greener Pastures, hosts Kyra Leckrone and Zach James discuss the impact trees have on the environment.
Universities begin to cancel spring break due to COVID-19; CPS and other campus organizations are spreading awareness for National Suicide Prevention Week
Today is Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Over the years, filmmakers have tried to tackle the realities and nuances of religion in a sort of backwoods horror genre. This not only exposes the radical, cult-like religious followers but also sheds light on Appalachian groups of people living in poverty. However, none so accurately and horrifically do this justice as The Devil All The Time.
The album title’s a lie. Everything Movements has to give is good.
Knuckle Puck isn’t trying to impress anyone. All it wants to do is make music that fulfills its own cathartic desires — while also, hopefully, resonating with whomever gives it a chance. The five-piece from Illinois has been one of the faces of pop-punk since 2015’s Copacetic and, luckily, hasn’t strayed too far from its irreplaceable sound with its latest release, 20/20.
ALBANY — Coach Earich Dean has been waiting for the Alexander rushing attack to live up to its potential all season.
Alec Taylor took three steps back and two to the left. As he waited for the ball to be snapped, coaches and players on the Vinton County sideline waved their arms to the socially distant crowd in a plea for noise. Anxious fans sat and watched from atop the hill overlooking the end zone.
The Pigskin Bar and Grill received an administrative citation Thursday from the Ohio Investigative Unit for permitting after-hours consumption.
When news broke on Monday that Justin Bieber would be releasing his latest single Sept. 17, all that fans and followers alike could hope for was that it wouldn’t be as much of a disappointment as his last single, “Yummy,” was.
It has been six months since America shut down; six months since most colleges announced the closure of in-person courses and activities to a more remote online learning option. Within these months, people have been socially distanced, quarantined and even covered in masks, yet the future of this pandemic looks as grim as what has been experienced so far.
Athens Police are enforcing the city’s mask mandate and gathering violations through education and voluntary compliance.
Fashion has always and forever will be an integral part of culture. It is essentially a form of art and self expression. Many large, corporate retail brands first began as solely an idea, and over time have evolved into what they are known as today. Similarly, many Ohio University students have the same aspirations. From marketing to fashion merchandising students, several of them have taken their futures into their own hands by founding brands of their own.
If you are an avid TikTok user, you have probably, at this point, encountered a certain branch of TikTok. There is “Political TikTok,” “WitchTok,” “Alt TikTok,” “Straight TikTok,” and literally countless more. I often find myself scrolling for hours, and I will come across a video saying something along the lines of “Welcome to ____TikTok.” These videos are always related to something that interests me, without fail every time. Many people will makes jokes and videos about “the algorithm” and talk about it like it is not some hidden component to the app; the algorithm is spoken of like it is something we can see and something we have a say in.
Amid an airborne pandemic, some find wearing a mask pointless. Recently, these groups of people were seen marching through a Target in Fort Lauderdale, Florida blaring music and encouraging others to remove their masks. These mask protests are illogical in that they show a disregard for human life, the health and well-being of the population and challenge basic safety.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 24: Discussing reactions to the infamous Chris Evans picture, Lil Nas X's children's book
On the 24th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss reactions to the infamous Chris Evans picture, J.K. Rowling’s transphobic new book, Addison Rae being cast in the She’s All That remake, Lil Nas X’s upcoming children’s book and more.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday that Athens County is one of the newest Ohio counties to be added to the list of those exceeding the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s threshold for high COVID-19 incidence.
Kanye West gets temporarily banned on Twitter; here’s how OU and the APD are attempting to limit large gatherings on campus
Today is Friday, Sept. 18, 2020. Here’s what you need to know: