The Ridges Development Strategy is a vision to carry out the 2015 Ridges Framework Plan to preserve and develop buildings for a more purposeful alternative.
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Ohio (7-3, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) rebounded last week from its third loss of the season, but the team no longer has its home winning streak. Ohio will be looking to start a new winning streak in its final home game of the season against Central Michigan (5-5, 3-3 MAC).
Students always remember their resumes and talking points when preparing for interviews, internships and career fairs. While these are inarguably vital, one of the simplest steps in the business routine often goes overlooked: the attire. First impressions are everything when speaking to future employers, but as a student, it is far too easy to forget to add business casual to your semesterly budget.
The Student Senate has decided to bring back Safer Sacks, or bags that offer several sexual health items, which are expected to be distributed in the coming weeks.
Last Friday, The Recording Academy announced its nominations for the 2024 Grammy Awards, causing music fans to praise and criticize the organization’s decisions. With major artists like SZA and boygenius leading with the most nominations, the awards ceremony is sure to be one of the most competitive Grammy Awards for its range and explosion of great music from the last year.
With the end of the semester quickly approaching, incentives for Ohio University students to spread joy are everywhere. World Kindness Day, which falls on Monday, Nov. 13 of this year, is a time for students to reflect on the acts of kindness they give and receive.
Ali Coyle is a queer Irish-American musician whose style dances on the border of dream folk and indie rock. Coyle’s new single, "Dreamkiller” is just the latest addition to her discography of singles and EPs that champion her one-of-a-kind artistry. Each original song in her repertoire is a blend of delicate emotion and unique decision-making in the studio.
With finals week on the horizon, it is time to lock in and become the academic weapons we dreamt of being in late August. While there are many challenges to achieving such a status, the most prevalent obstacle -- for me, at least -- is TikTok. I will not go into the depths of my screen time on TikTok, as it is embarrassing, but I am not alone in my shame. Business Insider states that teens spend nearly two hours a day on TikTok.
While Ohioans were focused on politics close to home, voters in last week’s general election were active nationwide. Virginia’s election put the state senate and general assembly on the table, and it gave observers insight on important issues across the country.
Everything was riding on this moment for both Ohio and senior heavyweight Jordan Greer. Ohio had wrestled its way back into the match against Chattanooga in the opening match of its Tri-Meet. After facing a massive deficit early, Ohio crept back to make things interesting after a tech fall secured by Zayne Lehman in the 184-pound weight class, followed by a pin by Austin Starr in the 197-pound weight class. The score sat at 19-17 in favor of Chattanooga. As Greer heard his name come over the public address system in The Convo, coach Joel Greenlee uttered to him a simple message: win.
I always appreciate someone with a variety of interests. Specifically, someone who likes root beer, reading "War and Peace," collecting art, writing, and even pretending to be a World War I fighter pilot. Somehow, there seems to be only one character who has all these qualities. And that character is the beloved, talented, adventurous beagle named Snoopy.
This week we are covering the lives of the hanged women during the Witch Trials of Salem, and the cultural impact of them, as well as, in Zoe’s Gallows we discuss a few fictional “witches” and whether or not they perpetuate the stereotypes of the historical “witches.” Tune in to hear the Salem town gossip!
With the ending of both the writers’ strike and the actors’ strike, production of season 20 of the hit medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” is officially allowed to begin. The show has seen many characters come and go during its historic television run, so here is what your favorite character says about you:
Oklahoma native Paul Jason Klein headed to Nashville to meet up with two college friends in 2014. Jake Goss and Les Priest were working on a music project that would soon become a new creation with Klein. The trio took to SoundCloud, releasing two songs and later becoming the pop-rock band, LANY (standing for Los Angeles New York).
On Oct. 24, Britney Spears released her long-awaited memoir, “The Woman in Me.” With many intimate details about her personal life before, during and after her rise to fame, the singer wasn’t afraid to bear her most revealing secrets to her fans and readers all over the world.
Daily Rundown: International Education Week, on saying all men are trash, snapshots of The Driver Era and Almost Monday and more
I know what you're probably thinking after reading the title of this article: “This guy is heartless!” or “You’re too young to think like that!” But in my perfectly sane opinion, kids these days are a real nuisance.
Ohio (17-12, 12-5 Mid-American Conference) started its weekend series against Central Michigan (14-15, 8-9 Mid-American Conference) on Friday night with a 3-0 victory. The Bobcats won in straight sets Friday night, never letting the Chippewas get comfortable with a ruthless attack led by Caitlin O’Farrell and Anna Kharchynska with 13 and 11 kills respectively.
Don’t tell me that “all men are trash.” And no, it doesn’t help to caveat this phrase with “no offense.”