Snow days aren’t what they used to be. I’m sure that I once participated in putting my pajamas on inside out or flushing an ice cube down the toilet, hoping that the call would get made before I went to bed. It was easy to hope for a day off, a phenomenon not nearly as easy in an online-learning format. As many of us are met with snow, we are met with a lack of snow days as well.
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Nowadays upcoming entrepreneurs are skipping physical storefronts. Instead, they turn to Instagram to conduct their business.
Ohio University is going all out this February for a virtual celebration of Black History Month 2021, making it easier than ever to get involved.
Film Review: ‘To All The Boys: Always and Forever’ is a bittersweet goodbye to the teen romcom franchise
It’s hard to believe that just three years ago in 2018, Netflix released the film adaptation of Jenny Han’s novel, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Not only did the film shoot Lana Condor and Noah Centineo to mainstream fame, but it also created one of the largest teen romance franchises comparable to the Twilight series.
Today is Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Despite jumping out to an early lead, Ohio wrestling fell to Cleveland State 23-12 Sunday afternoon at The Convo.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has recently announced plans to increase the severity of drivers caught using wireless devices while driving. For adults, they can be charged with a primary offense, and if handling a device results in serious injury or death, the punishment will mirror that of drunk driving.
One of Athens’ favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurants is expanding with a new, bigger space and expanding its menu offerings as well.
Today is Monday, February 15, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Short stories have gone largely unnoticed by the greater reading community. Coming to the forefront with stories like “Harrison Bergeron” or “The Lottery,” short stories are taught and often treated as criticisms.
I find myself conflicted after watching this latest foray into the true crime genre from Netflix. On one hand, it’s an easily binge-able and engaging series about the detectives investigating and hunting for one of the most notorious American serial killers. On the other, it places little to no emphasis on Richard Ramirez’s motivations or extremely harsh upbringing.
Athens remains a level three county on Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System as it reached 4,414 COVID-19 cases Sunday. Of those cases, 532 are currently active.
Students living in residence halls this semester are having to adapt to doing online classes while in the same room as their roommate.
This upcoming winter, the Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Ln., is hosting a plethora of safely-executed art classes for the people of Athens.
Ohio University has joined millions of other users and created a TikTok account to connect with students.
Ohio head coach Bob Boldon knew the team’s depth would be tested coming into the season. COVID-19 could rule out any of his players for any number of games. Boldon himself missed a game when he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this season.
For the fourth-straight game, Ohio star guard Erica Johnson sat on the bench to rest her injured knee while the Bobcats took the court.
Ohio won its second-straight game Saturday afternoon against Western Michigan in The Convo. The Bobcats (12-6, 10-5 Mid-American Conference) have won seven of the last eight games against the Broncos (3-13, 2-12 MAC).
The music was loud and the boys were bumping. That was the scene in and around the Bobcats’ locker room following their first win of the year Friday night.