Steve Lichtenfels, Student Senate treasurer, speaks about sustainability on campus during a Student Senate Debate on March 24. (FILE)
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A poster for a show at the Hardcore House of Ruth Bader Ginsburg advertises the bands playing, typical of the do-it-yourself aesthetic.
The band HOOPS, from Bloomington, Indiana, performs at the Hardcore House of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a substance-free house show venue March 9, 2016.
Cathey Graff, as former police inspector William Henry Blore, investigates a letter during a dress rehearsal for the play "And Then There Were None" based on the book by the same title by Agatha Christie.
"I was just thinking of this this morning. I want to walk into one of my professors' class late because he yells at everyone who comes in late and just wink at him and walk away."
"I've always wanted to go deep sea diving, and the expense and horror stories have stopped me. I've always wanted to go swimming with sharks, but there's some disease you can get if your swim up to the surface too quickly, that's a little scary."
"Skinny dipping in the Hocking River. It'd be spontaneous and ambitious, really ambitious."
"To travel to Antarctica or to climb Mt. Everest. It's far away, and I'm a little scared of planes."
Actor Taylor Neely plays Jimmy in the play Really Really during a performance for media night Tuesday.
"Something I've always wanted to do is to go skydiving, but if I ever get the opportunity, I will try it."
Tim Peters, as Cooper, mocks his roommate Davis, played by Jake Sabinsky, during a performance of the play Really Really for media night Tuesday.
Party-goers hang out on the front lawn of 101 Mill St. during the first few hours of Mill Fest on March 12, 2016.
Models line up at the end of the International Women's Day fashion show flaunting common clothing from various countries in Baker Ballroom on Sunday, March 13, 2016.
Ira Glass, host of the popular NPR talk show "This American Life," talks about the craft of storytelling during the Ohio University Performing Art Series Event "An Evening with Ira Glass" in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Saturday.
Students listen to members from both the OU College Democrats Club and College Republicans Club during a debate where the two sides discussed current national and international topics on Thursday, March 10, 2016.
Teammates react to a tense game at the end of the fourth quarter during the game against Central Michigan on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016. Ohio won 86-84 in overtime. Ohio looks to continue win streak against Miami on Jan. 28, 2017.
"I'd go into education and become a teacher for impoverished communities. But I like being in the business world, which is why I am where I am."
"I don't get enough time to read for pleasure and didn't take AP English in high school, so I feel like there is a lot of great overlooked literature. Because of that, I would probably major in English."
"Something I'm also interested in studying is engineering. I never considered that as an option going into college because I thought it would be very math and science-y, but it would also be a lot about creativity and designing things."
"If not dance, I would study physical therapy so I could help dancers recover from injuries and other physical obstacles in their physical lives. As long as I'm working with dance-related things, I would be happy. In other aspects, that would make me happy."