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The Jewish holidays can carry mixed emotions for their observers. On the one hand, they are celebrations of Jewish triumph, but they can also be recognition of our transgressions or difficult times in Jewish history. Regardless, they are centered around integral pieces of our past as Jews, further connecting us to our ancestors. But, many Jewish holidays come with increased restrictions, making even a celebratory holy day a time of great stress. Such is the dilemma with Pesach, commonly known in English as “Passover.”
The novel “Daisy Jones and The Six” by Taylor Jenkins Reid was published in 2019. This year, a television series was released, following the same story as the book and with an entire album accompanying it. Having visuals and true music connected to these characters has brought a whole other level of depth to the story.
Most lovers of music and pop culture have heard of at least one of the three members of boygenius, whether it be Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker or Lucy Dacus. The supergroup released an EP in 2018, and all of the individual artists have also released their own content since then, including Bridgers’ Grammy-nominated album, 'Punisher'. On Friday, the band released 'the record', a sophomore album that could not have been less of a slump. The album is a beautiful depiction of sorrow and growth that spotlights the best of each artist.
A few weeks ago, Tennessee legislators passed a ban on drag shows in public places because they are supposedly “harmful to minors.” On Monday, March 27, a gunman took six lives at an elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, the very state in which this ban was passed. The shooter happened to be a transgender individual. Some people now believe this person who killed three children is somehow reflective of drag shows and the transgender community as a whole.
Ohio University's Women’s Center is hosting its annual Take Back The Night, an awareness event for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, in the Athena Cinema on April 6 at 6:30 p.m.
Ohio competed in Cincinnati over the weekend and it turned out to be its best meet yet. The Bobcats showed tremendous improvements in almost every event compared to last weekend's competition at Raleigh Relays. The Bobcats placed in the top ten of almost every event they participated in.
It's officially springtime, and with that comes the potential annual spring cleaning. Spring is the perfect time to declutter your space, mind and life. Everyone wants to live their best life, and with the weather getting warmer, the birds chirping, the wind blowing and the cherry blossoms blossoming, what better time to start than now? Here are some tips and tricks to live your best life this spring:
Netflix’s comedic drama series “Sex Education” came out right before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, winning fans over for its relatable and honest portrayals of the sex lives of Moordale Secondary School. With quirky character storylines and heartfelt moments of friendship, it’s no surprise that this series has become a staple in the world of teenage comedy.
The Dairy Barn, 8000 Dairy Lane, is a local cultural arts center that aims to promote artistic endeavors and events within southeast Ohio. One of its annual events is the Dairy Barn Fest, which was hosted this past Friday and Saturday in conjunction with the Athens Arts Guild and Chi Omega, an Ohio University sorority. The event included vendors from the area along with a raffle to raise funds for local education.
In Ohio's (19-14, 10-2 Mid-American Conference) nine-game winning streak, it has won in several different ways. Ohio has won pitching duels, blowouts and close games. And on Sunday, Ohio won two games without hitting a home run.
After a thrilling comeback victory on Saturday, Ohio had all the momentum it needed going into Sunday’s doubleheader against Eastern Michigan. The Bobcats swept the doubleheader and the series, completing its first sweep of the season.
On yet another overcast day, Ohio was able to repeat its winning result from the day prior against Ball State in a doubleheader sweep.
In this episode, we cover recent box office numbers and take a deep look into the career of Denis Villeneuve, director of "Dune," "Blade Runner 2049" and many more feature films.
This week, Jada and Zoe explore the history of animals in the workforce, from astronaut dogs to acting orcas.
Dive into the murder of Fred Oesterreich and all the wild details surrounding the case. Did Otto and Dolly do it? Or is it the neighbor whose story isn't quite straight? Find out in this episode of Beneath the Bricks.
Pop punk legends fall out boy return to the limelight on their new studio album. After one of the most disappointing albums in pop punk, is So Much (For) Stardust enough to bring the band back to the quality we know them for? How had a pandemic and a pop punk revival shaped one of the biggest names in the genre?
Ohio won a thriller versus Eastern Michigan on Saturday night at Bob Wren Stadium in the first of a three-game weekend series.
In softball, like in baseball, there is only one constant: scoring more runs than an opponent will guarantee victory.
Ohio (17-14, 8-2 Mid-American Conference) kicked off its weekend series against Ball State (16-14, 6-3 MAC) on Saturday in a windy and chilly game that saw the Bobcats capture game one with a 13-3 victory in five innings.