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According to CNN, nearly half of all American adults spend Valentine's Day single. However, it's easy to feel alone in that. Fortunately, there's a variety of songs for all the single people out there, ranging from those who are feeling confident, depressed, confused or are freshly single.
Last year, Super Bowl viewership peaked at 208 million people, which is not at all uncommon. In fact, the amount of Americans that dedicate time to the Super Bowl every year is almost enough to designate it a national holiday. Naturally, corporations always view this mass engagement of American consumers as a way to make a profit. The result is a guaranteed slew of thoroughly entertaining advertisements shown between game plays, and we have rated the best ones of this year.
Valentine’s Day is the day to express love and appreciation for not only our romantic partners but our closest friends and family, too. Keep reading to find out what the stars have in line for you this holiday.
Forget Valentine's Day and celebrate Galentine's Day this year. The origins of this holiday all lead back to the NBC sitcom, "Parks and Recreation," when the show's main character Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler, celebrated her longtime tradition of going out to brunch with her girlfriends and eating copious amounts of waffles.
Before a game, Justin Damon's teammates would describe him as funny, playful and sarcastic. However, when the music stops, the whistle sounds and the puck hits the ice, the goalie is locked in.
In the early hours of Monday, Feb. 6, Turkish and Syrian citizens were awoken to a 7.8-magnitude earthquake. The epicenter of the earthquake was the city of Kahramanmaraş, close to Gaziantep, a large city in the southeastern part of Turkey. Less than 10 hours later, the aftershock of the initial earthquake came in the form of a 7.5-magnitude earthquake, north of Gaziantep.
Lizzi and Maggie discuss their opinions on Valentine's day and share what it means to them. The girls give insight on how to go about the big day and even give some gift ideas so you can make your valentine feel special!
Ohio coach Craig Moore looked out the window of his office in The Convo and smiled. The sun cascaded over the parking lot and a cool breeze moved the trees. Baseball weather had hit Athens just in time for the 2023 season.
Harry Styles has officially joined the long list of musical icons to have won the distinguished Grammy for “Album of the Year.” Although Styles was already making a name for himself with a solo career that nobody could have predicted from the ex-boy band heartthrob; winning this award just solidified his future as one of the greats.
Ohio began its season this past weekend in North Carolina at the Gardner-Webb Running Bulldog Classic. The team took part in three games this weekend as the softball season began around the country for many different teams. The Bobcats kicked off the tournament against George Mason.
The National Football League has a clear officiating problem and it continues to ruin the best moments in the sport.
Ohio is back to .500 in the Mid-American Conference after a huge home win over Akron on Feb. 10 and is now tied for sixth in the conference.
Every Ohio University student grows to love the small town of Athens, Ohio. The beautiful scenery and sense of community are the perfect setting for a love story. While students can only hope for a perfect ending to their collegiate romance novel, not everyone is as lucky as Jason Preston and Micaylah Nash.
The doc is in! For Myiesha Taylor, a board-certified emergency medicine physician specialist, the doc is always in. On Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 5:30 p.m., Taylor will present via Zoom a lecture titled “How a Cartoon is Changing the Face of Medicine.” The lecture is part of Ohio University’s Black History Month events.
COLUMBUS --The clock slowly wound down Sunday afternoon at Taft Coliseum. Ohio battled through nearly 34 minutes of overtime and all it needed was one more goal. The victory would complete Ohio’s last lap of the regular season and give it a Tri-States Collegiate Hockey League Championship.
This week Zoe and Jada will discuss the history of sex work and prostitution around the world, starting with the ancient brothels of the Mediterranean and ending closer to the contemporary, with tales from Storyville, Louisiana.Episode References: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D4-79nLzQ_pEe7VtseUo27GbU06U8wxqCln1MNZepyU/edit?usp=sharing
In this episode, we discuss two of our favorite TV shows; Atlanta and the Breaking Bad cinematic universe.
COLUMBUS, Ohio— Ohio began playing in the Tri-States Collegiate Hockey League championship shortly after 12:30 p.m. It didn’t finish playing till around 4:00 p.m.
On Saturday, Feb. 11, Captain Randall Crossen Sr. was recognized for his service and presented the “EMT / Paramedic of the year” award for the state of Ohio.