March 20 marked the first day of spring. The fabled time of the year is characterized with fest, rain clouds, sniffling noses and warmer weather.
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China Billotte Verhoff, an assistant professor of interpersonal communications, believes in the power good communication holds, as well as its benefit to creating an improved atmosphere that is supportive and open to everyone.
The cast and crew that worked on the Harry Potter movie series are to the best of my knowledge not transphobic, but J. K. Rowling is transphobic and that is wrong. Despite this, Rowling’s transphobia is independent from the work that the cast and crew put into the eight-movie series.
When I arrived at Ohio University, I became a lot of people’s “first Jew.” That is, the first Jewish person that someone has met. I know this because when I mention my Judaism, people often tell me, “I’ve never met a Jewish person before!” and begin to ask me questions excitedly. I have learned to find a lot of joy in being a “first Jew,” but one such interaction stands out to me above all the rest. In one of my first days of being a college student, I mentioned to a new friend that I was Jewish. To this she responded, “Oh! I love 'Fiddler on the Roof!'”
Ohio will head back to the state of Kentucky once again for a middle-of-the-week matchup. This time, at Morehead State. Ohio will look to have a little more success in the Bluegrass state this week compared to its 9-2 loss to Kentucky.
Daily Rundown: What you missed from the 2023 Academy Awards, how OU students spent spring break, a review of Logic's new album and more
This year's Academy Awards marked society’s return to movie theaters after the decrease in pandemic-related closures, giving the ceremony a special atmosphere that has been lacking in years past. Hosted by the hilarious Jimmy Kimmel, and featuring many spirited presenters, this year’s Oscars ceremony was not only home to many landmark moments in film history, but was also an entertaining joy to watch.
As senior Andrew Wells said, don’t count Ohio out.
For Generation Z, Selena Gomez has become a familiar icon in pop culture. Whether she is known for her early movies and shows like “Barney,” “The Wizards of Waverly Place” and “Princess Protection Program” or songs like “Come and Get It” or “Same Old Love,” fans from across the world have come to love the 30-year-old, as she reminds them of their childhood.
Spring Break is commonly associated with trips to Ft. Lauderdale, Panama City Beach and Miami, Florida, but there are so many other ways students spend their breaks.
Ohio knew that Sunday’s game was huge. Ohio had a chance to take a series from Central Michigan for the first time since 2009. Everything needed to go right for Ohio, but it did not. Central Michigan put Ohio’s offense into a chokehold in the latter half of the game and it couldn’t recover. Ohio lost 10-6.
When Ohio took on Central Michigan Sunday, Dillon Masters was one of the only bright spots in a rough game that the Bobcats went on to lose 10-6.
What did you do over Spring Break?
In July, Athens County residents Gena Hendrickson and Erica Williams, in coordination with the Down syndrome Association of Central Ohio, created a local MOMS Offering Moms Support, or M.O.M.S., a support group for mothers of children who have Down Syndrome.
You know the drill at this point, we're taking our semi-annual (or whenever I want to fish for views) look at music by kids for kids. The biggest hits of last year, covered by children, and it gets weird.
For the second straight day at Bob Wren Stadium, Ohio took on Central Michigan in a climate that is just about as far from “baseball weather” that one can possibly get.
Cole Williams had been out of Ohio’s starting lineup since the Hughes Bros. Challenge in mid-February. He’d had a few pinch hit appearances since then, but Williams hadn’t gotten a hit since Feb. 19. Williams was in a true slump.
Ohio softball experienced highs and lows in its weekend series against Miami.
Ohio is advancing in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament after taking down No. 15 Illinois State in an offensively uneventful matchup. The Bobcats were victorious with a 1-0 score after Luc Reeve knocked in the only goal of the evening in the opening minutes of the third period.
Friday’s conditions were not ideal for baseball. The wind whipped across the field at Bob Wren Stadium and the temperature dropped with each passing minute. The weather was partially to blame for Ohio’s 8-5 loss to Central Michigan.