An Ohio University student group is working to raise awareness over a national shortage of poll workers for the November election and is recruiting Athens youth to step up and fill the gap.
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As if 2020 couldn’t get any weirder — Machine Gun Kelly is now taking over the pop-punk genre.
This year’s NFL opening weekend is historic because for the first time in league history, there are 10 Black starting quarterbacks on the field.
Country music is back in a big way. The faceless Orville Peck helped bring it here.
The idea of defunding the police has both gained traction and been severely skewed by a right-wing campaign against police reform during the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement. But many are unsure about what tangible effects that would have. To defund the police is not to abolish law enforcement and let all hell break loose; instead, money from bloated police budgets would be reallocated to preventative and better-trained agencies who properly handle much of the non-crime fighting work police departments do and improve the communities those police are patrolling through smarter spending.
When it comes to organizing music, we are all pretty different in our individual systems. Some prefer just a saved library of every single song, some like playlists and others may stick to good old-fashioned physical copies. Whether or not you have transitioned into streaming services, leaving your “burning a disc onto the computer” days behind you, each of us has a routine that works for our preferences. These music routines are able to facilitate and represent a change of pace by changing with the weather just the same.
Most college students are on the verge of being broke, and if they’re not, they are more than likely only one of few. This means, most students’ first priority as to where their money is spent is not clothes, and if it is, they probably have a shopping addiction. However, with the weather changing, many are probably in need of a new wardrobe. Instead of buying new hoodies, sweatpants, etc., we’re here to help you discover four new ways you can recycle your summer clothes and layer different articles of clothing to be more fitting for the chillier months. Not only is this better for the environment, but it is also better for your bank account.
Editor's Note: Mikayla Rochelle, elect for At-Large Senator, is also the assistant opinion editor of The Post.
Logan Neal does everything asked of him as a team leader.
The Athens Police Department announced Tuesday that the 24-hour parking ordinance will resume enforcement efforts Sept. 21 at 8 a.m.
OU President Duane Nellis announced Monday during a Faculty Senate meeting that OU will be implementing a new COVID-19 testing strategy as part of Phase 2.
Athens City Council met in committee Monday to discuss a possible local designation of the Uptown Area as a historic district.
The new Menards on East State Street opened to the public for the first time Monday following a delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Jackson man was indicted Monday by an Athens County Grand Jury on seven felonies and five misdemeanors, which are all related to voyeurism, menacing and burglary.
My life is in your hands, Noah Fant.
Many students and community members are getting the swing of things while attending dance classes remotely.
Road trip films are typically the genre filled with nostalgia and chaos with a lot of high stakes. Typically there are messages of friendship or family, but they always have a heartwarming ending. Unpregnant takes the road trip genre idea and flips it on its head. It manages to keep all the fun with a unique, yet important, message.
Today is Tuesday, Sept. 15th, 2020. Here’s what you need to know: