Adam Levine, frontman of pop band Maroon 5, is in the limelight for the first time in years due to recent cheating accusations.
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Blood runs deep in the OU Field Hockey team, Tanya Conrath discusses lawsuit, details on Apple's iOS 16 update and more
On Tuesday, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Insomnia Cookies bakery yielded a line of sleepless students looking for free sweet treats on a strict, no slippers, no shirt, no service basis– well, unless one argued a case at the register.
Ohio University College Democrats announced Tuesday afternoon that Democrat Senate Candidate Tim Ryan was joining them for a rally in Walter Hall at 3 p.m. to celebrate National Voter Registration Day.
Over the weekend, about an hour of footage from Grand Theft Auto 6 was leaked on the internet. The game’s developer/publisher, Rockstar Games, hasn’t released any formal marketing material for the title since it’s still early in development, so plenty of fans eagerly accepted the leak as the first full-fledged look at the long-awaited sequel. Those fans were met with a cold hard truth: reality is not advertising and unpolished development footage is not a trailer.
Tanya Conrath held a rally on Monday evening at the Little Fish Brewing Company in Athens to formally announce and discuss her lawsuit against Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
Sports talk has gone down a path of clicks over credibility. We have seen them spout outtakes without shame, only to contradict themselves the following week. Follow Skip Bayless on Twitter for a week if you don't believe me. Not to pile on the modern media, but I'm tired of two grown men way past their primes arguing about whether Lebron James or Michael Jordan is better.
Each week, the Sports editorial team is tasked with selecting our Top 25 Division I college football teams for the Student Media Poll.
Netflix's "Do Revenge" offers a fun, updated rendition of Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train," though instead of being a noir thriller, it takes a modern approach and turns it into a dark comedy. It is a worthy modern teenage film for a newer generation of adolescents with a star-studded cast, clever plot and remarkable soundtrack. As for most teenage films today, it takes the usual teenage tropes but adds a level of self-awareness needed to cultivate younger audiences.
Ustav unites students and staff in a celebration of Indian culture
The New York Times article ‘In Hasidic Enclaves, Failing Private Schools Flush With Public Money,’ was a report heard around the Jewish world. Despite being written by two Jewish reporters, the piece is filled with antisemitic tropes and fails to make valid points about yeshiva education. Unfortunately, the New York Times’s reach is such that now thousands, if not millions, of readers now have misinterpreted the reality of Hasidic schooling.
On Sept. 12, Apple released its new iOS 16 update, which made some big (and small) changes to everyone's iPhone. Here's everything you should know before you update.
The wonderful hit horror movie from A24 just got an addition to its storyline with this disturbing, yet grand prequel. “X” was a great introduction to the lives of the world that surrounds the horror within it. It’s obvious that the introduction was necessary, as the prequel perfectly displays the mania that started it all.
We hadn’t heard an album from Frank Ocean since 2016 when he released “Blonde.” Since then, he has put out a handful of singles, started a jewelry company and made a few appearances at events and on social media.
Emma and Lauren begin this week with an apology and go on to discuss strange TikTok relationships and Taylor Swift’s reveal about the iconic scarf. The pair talks about Blake Lively’s pregnancy, recent celeb photoshoots and a Britney Spears pic that Emma won’t stop sharing.
East and westbound traffic on U.S. 50 was disrupted for two hours on Saturday due to a car accident that occurred at Lake Snowden as vehicles attempted to enter the Pawpaw Festival.
On a bright day in Oakland, Maine, two figures are seen shooting a ball on an open net. It is the summertime, which for the Littlefield sisters means working hard to hone their crafts. Weslee and her younger sister, Bodhi, have worked countless hours to collectively arrive at the level of playing Division I field hockey for the same team.
How Ohio University is creating awareness of Deaf Culture, international students embrace their home countries, why you should know Samuel Johnson and more.