In episode two, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier series teased that John Walker would start going down a darker path; episode three begins with proof of that. He thinks that because of the shield he’s wielding and the costume he’s wearing, people will both fear and respect him. Neither is the case. He’s beginning to get desperate, and we can only assume that will lead him to seek out the super-soldier serum that the Flag Smashers possess.
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The iconic Krispy Kreme doughnut company has recently announced that people who visit its stores and have been vaccinated can receive a free glazed doughnut a day for the rest of the year.
Art has been a core part of humanity, from the earliest cave paintings in Lascaux to the Dada Art movement. Each genre of art and the artists that work within it create and tell stories.
High school students subjected to act as mock jurors for the Derek Chauvin murder trial; Ohio soccer completes road schedule with loss to Akron
Today is Monday, April 5. Here’s what you need to know:
Despite starting the weekend with two of its best performances of the year, Ohio’s weekend ended anticlimactically against Toledo. The Bobcats destroyed the Rockets in games one and two, but dropped games three and four by a run each, resulting in a series split between the two teams.
Some of Ohio University’s graduate students, who currently teach classes in an online format, are struggling to keep a balance in their lives, while also keeping students engaged.
Ohio dropped its fourth consecutive match on Sunday at Akron. The 2-0 loss to the Zips moves the Bobcats record to 2-6 overall, and they will finish the season just 1-4 on the road.
The Athens City Commission on Disabilities is hosting its Annual Walk and Roll virtually Thursday at noon. The event will address the accessibility concerns in Uptown Athens.
Julien Baker, as she’s adding reverb to her guitar, strives to add chilling effects to her already desolate words, not to make them feel more relatable. She wants them to sting.
Ohio split its four-game road series against Kent State, winning two of four games at the Diamond at Dix.
Volleyball: Numbers to know from Ohio's 3-1 Mid-American Conference tournament semifinal loss to Western Michigan
Ohio (12-8, 12-8 MAC) entered its first match of the Mid-American Conference tournament in Stroh Center already in the semifinals, squaring off with Western Michigan (18-4, 18-4 MAC) for a bid to the finals. The Bobcats fought hard against the Broncos but were unable to come out on top.
There’s no place like hOUme.
Need some protein variation in your diet? Sick of chicken and hamburgers but still want to keep your meat cheap? Try shrimp, the curly, little delicacy that most people only get at Italian restaurants, in cocktails or Chinese takeout.
Netflix will gain 'Legally Blonde' and 'Leprechaun' in April; '17 Again' and 'The Great British Baking Show' will depart
April is here and spring is blossoming, bringing the vibrancy of life and new beginnings back into the world. So, what better time to lock yourself up in your room and binge Netflix? To be honest, with the end of the semester and finals fast approaching, some needed downtime with the television may be more important than active recreation. Here’s the new (and some old) titles arriving on Netflix this month:
Twitter shuts down Periscope; OU Libraries hosted third annual Art+FeminismWikipedia edit-a-thon in online format
Today is Friday, April 2, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
American houses are big – some of the biggest in the world. On top of that, they are growing; when suburbs were first being developed in the post-World War II era, 983 square feet was the average home size. By 2018, that figure had jumped to 2,623 square feet. The rise of the so-called “McMansion” in the United States is a logical outgrowth of trends of increased consumption. Today, owning a large home is perhaps the single greatest status symbol in our culture.
As the weather gets warmer and summer nears, the pressure to get the perfect summer body is growing faster than ever. Social media is full of quick workouts and diet plans that promise to be foolproof in losing weight fast.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday on Twitter that Ohio will start working to vaccinate all college students who want the vaccine next week.
Take Back the Night (TBTN) is an event that anyone and everyone can participate in as a way to show support for survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
The Scripps College of Communication hosted its spring career fair virtually on Thursday, April 1.