While most of the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, DC and comic book fans everywhere were treated to a surprise of their own: a brand new trailer for the long-awaited Snyder Cut of Justice League. And, so far, it’s looking to be about what’s been promised.
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They were considered “essential” when the virus initially spread. They remained open for health care and other essential employees who did not have the opportunity to stay home with their kids. Yet, no matter their hero status, Gov. Mike DeWine has decided not to include preschool and early child care workers in phase 1B of Ohio’s coronavirus vaccine plan, which is a potentially fatal mistake.
Ohio University’s Women’s Center is holding Say Her Name events throughout Spring Semester to honor the lives and further the conversation of Black women who have faced police brutality.
Editor’s Note: The T-shirt swap, set to take place Thursday, Feb. 18, has been postponed a week and will now take place Thursday, Feb. 25.
Sojourner's Resiliency Center has sat mostly empty since the opening of its location on North Shafer Street until the launch of its Lunchbox Program, which offers free food and showers to those in need.
People are celebrating ‘Yardi Gras’ in New Orleans; OU is holding Say Her Name events throughout Spring Semester
Today is Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Ohio is preparing for what may be its toughest match so far this season. After sweeping Buffalo in both of its matches last week, Ohio will travel to Bowling Green to take on the undefeated Falcons. The Falcons swept Ball State in their last series and have swept six of their eight matches this season. Ohio will have to bring its high energy and solid communication to Stroh Center in order to be able to get a pair of wins this week.
Max Karlenzig always plays hockey to win ... while having as much fun as possible.
Are you tired of dropping an entire paycheck to pay for your beauty routine? Instead of heading to Sephora for your next beauty haul, try your local drugstore instead.
Ohio University golfer Henry Poston has apologized for a racist TikTok that he posted to his account Monday, but it might not be enough.
Ohio’s game against Northern Illinois on Wednesday is postponed due to roster issues related to COVID-19 with the Bobcats, the Mid-American Conference announced in a statement earlier Tuesday afternoon.
TV Review: 'The Bachelor' continues its downward spiral, Chris Harrison 'stepping aside' after defending racism allegations
Rose lovers, we’re getting a whole lot of nothing. Hometowns are next week, and we know absolutely nothing about anyone on this season of The Bachelor. Scratch that. We know that Matt is easily fooled/manipulated, and these girls are apparently the meanest, most evil girls to exist.
President Joe Biden’s extension of the federal student loan and interest payment pause through Sept. 30 has left many talking about the possibility of student loan forgiveness.
Athens resident Alan Swank is serving as Councilwoman Chris Fahl’s first primary challenger since she was elected in 2009.
Eileen Collins, the first female commander of a space shuttle, is the keynote speaker of the first event of Ohio University’s Frontiers in Science 2021 lecture series. Collins is visiting OU via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. to discuss the key qualities needed to to be an efficient, successful leader.
Athens City Council passed an ordinance Monday to appropriate $13,000 to the Street Rehabilitation Fund to install hand railing for the Richland Pedestrian Passageway.
Necessary Roughness: Men's basketball update and sit down with Ohio Hockey beat writers Eli Feazell and Zach Zimmerman
J.L. and Jack break down week two of Ohio Basketball's shutdown and The Post’s Ohio hockey beat writers Eli Feazell and Zach Zimmerman join the show to discuss Ohio's 1-5 start.
For the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has been the main factor in deciding how college has been organized. Eleven months after Ohio’s athletic programs were halted in March 2020, the pandemic is still affecting Ohio’s protocols on and off the field. The Bobcats feel those effects every time they walk onto the court or into the locker room.
Students in the Patton College of Education have had to overcome unforeseen challenges in completing their student teaching due to COVID-19.