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Whether this is your first year of college or it is your fifth time returning, no one escapes the mad rush of buying supplies, clothes and decor days before summer ends.
“OMG did you see the game last weekend? What an upset for the Bobcats! Do you want to go to Brick Bre-”
Si puedes leer esto, significa que tienes un poco de conocimiento del idioma español. ¡Felicidades! No sé de ti, pero yo amo a la idea de la capacidad de hablar más de un idioma. En mi opinión, es un ejemplo de trabajo duro e inteligencia. También, puedes conocer a más gente y aprender sobre culturas diferentes.
For many, the notion of the “American dream” conjures images of late 19th to early 20th century immigration. People fled southern and eastern Europe and western Asia as a result of drought, religious persecution, war and famine.
According to Smithsonian Magazine, the earliest evidence of tattoos dates back over 50 centuries ago. In this century, it is nearly impossible to walk outside and not encounter at least one person whose body is decorated by one, or many, tattoos. This phenomenon is simple proof that the art of tattoos, whatever their meaning may be, is timeless.
Bentley Hall, located at 4 President St., has been experiencing higher temperatures as a result of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, or HVAC, complications.
Marijuana was not always illegal. In fact, at one point, it was embraced–used as a medicine and an herb. However, in 1937, marijuana was criminalized, beginning decades of prohibition in America.
Ohio University staff and the Athens Police Department, or APD, said they feel confident in their abilities to protect OU students in the situation of an active threat.
DII Hockey: Ohio prepares for the quickly approaching season with new coaching and a plethora of rookies
With college football off to the races, fall sports are starting to get into full swing. With that, comes the long-awaited return of Bobcats DII hockey, and the season opener against the University of Cincinnati on Oct. 6.
As the seasons change and the leaves turn, it’s tempting to want to spend more time cozying up indoors. This is the perfect time to catch up on some albums that capture the essence and overall feeling of the season.
Ohio University received a call that required students on the basement floor of Copeland Hall to evacuate Tuesday afternoon.
Album Review: Mitski’s ‘The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We’ is a stunning example of her growth, passion
Last weekend brought with it the release of Mitski’s seventh studio album, "The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We." In an interview with NPR, Mitski comments on this being her “most American album,” while also being all about the love that connects our society; the Japanese-American singer-songwriter offers a unique perspective on the topic through a divine listening experience.
Although Ohio has a bad reputation for being in the Midwest, it holds many hidden gems in terms of concert venues. Whether you’re from Northeast or Southern Ohio, there are plenty of cool venues to check out this fall.
A collection of highlights and moments from the annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival held at Lake Snowden, in Athens, Ohio.
Daily Rundown: Ohio Pawpaw Festival, Ohio University History Association, Volleyball Preview, and more!
Warning: This column contains content regarding suicide and mental health.
After every Cleveland Browns loss, I ask myself the same question: Why do I do it? Why do I root for a team that puts me through the same excruciating pain and anguish over 22 guys I don’t know? Why do I allow my mood to be based on my favorite sports teams?
Every college student has a favorite teacher. One who gave them a new perspective, made a more profound connection or brought an unexpected sense of joy and fun to their class. At Ohio University, there are too many favorites to count.