After every Cleveland Browns loss, I ask myself the same question: Why do I do it? Why do I root for a team that puts me through the same excruciating pain and anguish over 22 guys I don’t know? Why do I allow my mood to be based on my favorite sports teams?
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Every college student has a favorite teacher. One who gave them a new perspective, made a more profound connection or brought an unexpected sense of joy and fun to their class. At Ohio University, there are too many favorites to count.
This week, Ohio (5-7) traveled to Ames, Iowa, for the Cyclone Invitational to take on Drake, Iowa State, and UCSB.
It is officially spooky season. You may be wondering, "Daniel, how do you know it is spooky season?" First of all, it's rude of you to question my authority. Have I ever produced a lousy article for you? Second, I was born October 30, so the second I came into this world, there were ghouls and goblins everywhere.
Whether students have been dancing for years or have two left feet, OU Vibrations is a dance group for all, no matter the experience. Since its origin in 2017, OU Vibrations has always provided classes and groups welcoming all levels of dance. This sentiment shows, as this year the group gained a record-breaking number of auditions this year.
The Ohio University History Association (OUHA) is on a mission to make history exciting. Twice a month, the student organization meets to discuss historical events and figures, traveling back in time to unlock the secrets of the past.
For the second year in a row, Ohio University reached record enrollment numbers of first-year students for Fall Semester 2023.
Artist Spotlight: Christine Rose’s ‘One Reason to Live’ is an intimate and powerful memoir about surviving trauma
Author Christine Rose is a self-proclaimed “digital nomad and international pet sitter extraordinaire,” according to her website.
Although Ohio (5-7) has lost the past three matches in its season, it has a great chance to get back on track this weekend against Akron (5-6). Last year, Ohio swept Akron, including wins of 3-0 and 3-1. It’s set to be a very competitive game, as both teams are in the Mid-American Conference and have similar records.
Have you ever spoken to someone about your favorite artist, and they act like you're not a real fan? They might tell you it's because you don't know all their songs by heart or that you've never seen them live in an attempt to diminish the love you have for that individual artist.
In 2022, Demi Lovato released her eighth studio record, “HOLY FVCK,” which saw the return of her early rock sound from her first two albums, “Don’t Forget” (2008) and “Here We Go Again” (2009). It was a change for Lovato as she maintained her well-known pop sound for over a decade with hit albums like “Confident” (2015) and “Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over” (2021).
Ohio University has two main dining halls, Nelson Court, located on South Green, and The District on West Green, also known as Boyd. Although similar, each dining hall offers its own unique options for all your hunger needs.
Discrimination and prejudice are storytelling devices that have been used in fiction for years. The discrimination is often between different fantastical races like elves and orcs. Majority of the time, these narratives resemble racial tensions that exist in our current society, which can lead to problematic storylines and depictions of racial minorities if not handled properly. This issue has arisen in children’s animated movies, which have the extra challenge of handling these issues in a manner that a child would understand, and some movies handle this challenge better than others. Here, I will be ranking the racism allegories in five animated children's movies.
Daily Rundown: International Equal Pay Day, Tim Albin's week four press conference, horror movies to watch this fall and more
Ohio University has many scenic spots around campus, a popular one among students being Emeriti Park. Located next to Baker Center, the park has a pond for students to relax by and enjoy the nice summer weather.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss allowing the Service Safety Director Andy Stone to join an organized crime task force and changing the name of Wayne National Forest.
Around Ohio University, it's easy to find a student walking with headphones in on their way to class. With how hectic college life can be, many of these students have started to rely on music to get them through their days, inspiring them to stay motivated.
The NFL season is on the horizon, and with that comes the tradition of Fantasy Football. Fantasy Football enjoyers become GMs and draft players based solely on how they think they would perform individually in any particular game. Many leagues consist of friends and coworkers, which is what entices many fans to partake in this yearly game.
The U.S. honors Hispanic heritage during September and October.
While many Bobcats are excited to spend time with friends and family over fall break, the Swifties of campus eagerly await the release of "Taylor Swift: the Eras Tour," which premieres in theatres across North America on Oct. 13.