This past week, 15 year old Russian Olympic figure skater, Kamila Valieva, tested positive for trimetazidine, a substance prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). She was cleared to skate by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), but there would be no ceremony held if she received a medal. This has caused a lot of controversy due to the fact that American track athlete Sha’Carri Richardson tested positive on a drug test for marijuana and was not allowed to compete in the Summer Olympics last year.
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Culture section editor Riley Runnells and assistant culture section editor Kayla Bennett discuss the top stories from the week and what events people can look forward to this weekend.
With week seven of the semester approaching, Spring Break is just around the corner. The excitement to go on vacation or head home is bringing in a shrinking motivation for all things school. With that being said, we could all use some new music to help power through the week. Luckily, we have tunes to keep you energized during these long days and long nights.
Clothing production alone produces more greenhouse gas emissions than the aviation and shipping sectors combined, and nearly 20% of global wastewater is from textile dyeing. Within the fashion sector is fast fashion, referring to the quick and inexpensive production of low-quality clothing up to date with trends and dependent on sweat labor. Some of the most recognizable fast fashion companies are Boohoo, Missguided and Shein.
Ohio baseball is back.
The City of Athens is excited to be a member of the newly launched Broadband Access Ohio coalition. As Southeast Ohio grows, our broadband services need to grow with it and this organization focuses on connecting all Ohioans to high-speed, affordable internet access.
Kanye “Ye” West has been finding himself making headlines after making his feelings known about his divorce with Kim Kardashian on social media.
Podcast review: “Rigatoni Radio, A Portly Mans Podcast” is sure to put you in a better, or at least hungrier, mood.
Music has been around for as long as we can remember, and with the invention of streaming services, is now more popular than ever. However, music isn’t the only popular form of entertainment that has become available on streaming services.
"Skete?" or Pete Davidson?
Most fans aren’t experts in psychology, and nobody can truly understand what makes an athlete tick. The Ben Simmons discourse has brought this idea to the forefront.
After six months of hard work and play, Ohio’s regular season is coming to a close.
With just six games to go in the regular season, Ohio is currently on the outside looking in at the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Athens will travel Friday for its sectional finals matchup as a No. 16 seed going up against the No. 1 seed, Waverly. The game is in the first round of the tournament, as both teams will fight to advance.
On Feb. 1, Ohio University’s LGBT Center officially launched its new group called Significant Others, Family, Friends and Allies, or SOFFA, which gathers the loved ones of queer individuals to assist in their knowledge and acceptance of queer identities.
On Friday, Ohio University’s Hillel is hosting a Black Jewish Shabbat, which will recognize and celebrate the intersection between Black and Jewish Americans.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 57: Discussing the Super Bowl halftime show, Julia Fox's interesting pronunciation of 'Uncut Gems'
On the 57th episode of 'Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the Super Bowl halftime performance, Trisha Paytas’ pregnancy, Julia Fox’s interesting pronunciations and more.
Fair School Funding Act, Edchoice Scholarship Program ignites debate about how state of Ohio should fund schools
A lawsuit was filed against the state of Ohio by advocates and schools against the Edchoice Scholarship Program.
SAE was removed from campus in December 2014 due to violations of the fraternity’s expectations and guidelines.