Fast and Furious 9 picks up a few years after The Fate of the Furious with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) in a state of semi-retirement with their son. They’re quickly pulled back into the world of action and espionage following a visit from Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris) and Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel). In their first mission back, Dom and his family discover his long lost brother, Jakob (John Cena), is working for their enemy. After that, everything quickly devolves into a global, explosive cat and mouse chase chock full of new and returning faces.
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Ohio University announced Friday that OU President Hugh Sherman plans to recommend a regional representative position to the Board of Trustees during the Board’s August meeting.
The Ohio House of Representatives unanimously passed an amended version of Collin’s Law, an anti-hazing bill, Friday following unanimous approval from the Ohio Senate June 16.
When Lucy Dacus applies her bright red lipstick, it brings out her confidence. When she opens her mouth, she has the ability to calm a nation.
Loki’s third outing begins right where his last left off, with The Variant, now known as Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) walking through a reality-shifting door with the series titular character not far behind. They confront each other in the TVA before being cornered by Judge Renslayer (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) forcing them to fall through another reality-shifting door to avoid a certain doom. It’s from there that they both find themselves fighting for survival and each other on a moon on a collision course with another planet, Lamentis-1.
San Diego independent artist Norii pours her heart into her vocals in “I Don’t Love You Anymore,” a song reflecting a damaged relationship due to a switch of her feelings.
PRIDE Buttons will be handed out at the Athens Library, 30 Home St., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will take place every day at the same time until June 30. Those who go are able to pick up a PRIDE button, choosing from various flags and pronouns.
President Sherman, Dr. Sayrs, Trustees,
Since its inception in 2007, the Post Alumni Society has provided hundreds of Ohio University grads with an outlet to continue to support the publication they tirelessly worked for during their time in Athens.
The beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic marked a time of loneliness and confusion for many. For artists, the pandemic halted art shows and fairs, creating many financial challenges.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss and approve several ordinances, including the establishment of a designated outdoor refreshment area, or DORA, in uptown Athens.
For a lot of us, music is our guiding light, our be-all and end-all, our way of life. For others, it merely acts as white noise to drown out the unbearable silence. No matter what it does for you, it’s impossible to deny that life feels incomplete without it.
This is quite possibly the most plot and exposition-heavy episode of any Marvel series to date. Because of this, it could be easy for the pacing of Loki to slow down considerably; somehow, that’s not the case at all.
Throughout my past three years at Ohio University, I’ve been on the receiving and giving end of some stereotypical college advice: find an organization you’re passionate about, and throw yourself into it.
Resources, Facilities and Affordability Committee
Ohio University’s Shively Hall will be converted into an academic space for the Fall Semester, and professors and students alike are facing uncertainty as to what their classes will look like.
As the height of summer approaches, Hocking Makers Network is supporting local entrepreneurs by providing a space and classes that help participants find their passion.
Juneteenth, or June 19, is the commemoration of the end of slavery, dating back to 1865.
Audit and Risk Management Committee