Last weekend, from the producers of comedy hits such as “Bridesmaids” and “Trainwreck,” the new revolutionary rom-com “Bros” was released in theaters. The film follows Bobby, an influential gay man who has no desire for a committed relationship, as he meets and continuously runs into a similarly guarded lawyer, Aaron. As the two of them spend more time together, their encounters grow from casual and labelless hangouts to some semblance of a relationship.
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The Ohio University Police Department received a report of sexual battery in Ohio University’s Shively Hall around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Many Ohio University students who will live in off-campus housing during the 2023-24 school year signed leases early in the Fall Semester to attain desirable Athens housing, and next year, rental agencies expect the housing process to begin even earlier.
Life is Sweet, a new bakery at Ohio University, will be opening on the first floor of Baker University Center this upcoming November. The bakery will be adjacent to West 82 and will serve a variety of pastries.
Every other Wednesday, Ash Dasuqi and their partner, Misty Porter, host board game meet-ups for LGBTQIA+ youth in the Athens area.
Coming a little over a year after the last studio album release, 23-year-old bedroom-pop artist Dayglow released his third album, People in Motion, on Oct. 7.
Ohio University’s annual Halloween Block Party has a long history, one that spans all the way back to 1974. After two years of a deserted Court Street due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event is finally back this year, with students and Athens locals excited to see a return to normalcy on one of the best nights of the year.
Bella Hadid’s spray-on dress was the hottest moment of Paris Fashion Week.
Ohio (6-5-2, 2-3-1 Mid-American Conference) traveled to Bowling Green (5-4-3, 3-1-2 MAC) on Sunday for its sixth conference match of the season.
Ohio’s losing streak continued Sunday with a 7-1 loss to No. 20 Ohio State. Ohio State’s stellar offense dominated each quarter and the loss now puts Ohio at of 5-7.
Losing is an inevitable part of sports, but for Ohio, it has become a familiar feeling. Amid a five-match losing streak, Ohio is panicking as its season is quickly unraveling. Recent trends show that Ohio has some work to do to make the conference tournament.
With tattooed sleeves, leather boots and turquoise jewelry, Gina Kruzel, 61, seems like an average hippie biker. Under the surface, however, Kruzel is a 40-year paranormal worker in the metaphysical field.
This season, Ohio has struggled to play like a well-rounded team. In its past five games, when the offense is doing well, the defense isn't. When the defense steps up, the offense takes a step down.
Saturday’s 55-34 win against Akron was all about two players for Ohio: a redshirt freshman seeing his first real college game time this season and a graduate transfer from one of the biggest programs in the country.
Ohio (10-7, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) picked up its first two M AC road wins this season on Thursday and Friday against Central Michigan (11-6, 4-2 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (1-16, 0-5 MAC).
After starting the season 0-7, Athens picked up a statement win against Wellston Friday night, winning 46-0.
On Friday in Muncie, Indiana, Ohio’s goal of making the Mid-American Conference Tournament got tougher as it fell in to Ball State 2-1 in overtime. The final score may indicate that the match was a defensive slugfest. However, Ohio was simply on the wrong side of the final score and was otherwise dominant in the match.
In the Oct. 6 print edition of The Post, the story with the headline “Values That Shape Us” ran with the incorrect photo. The photo used was of Dr. Rajindar Koshal, who is actually the husband of Dr. Manjulika Koshal, the author who the story was about.
Ohio University Student Senate met Wednesday evening to hear from Mayor Steve Patterson, who spoke to and answered questions from members of the Senate about Halloween, women’s rights and Athens’ climate change contributions.