Curling wands have become increasingly popular during the past year and I’ve heard from a few of my readers that they haven’t quite mastered the new hair tool. Everyone has different methods of styling hair, but for the beauty ’Cats who asked for my advice (and anyone else who may be curious), here is how I personally style my hair using a curling wand.
On Friday, the Board of Trustees approved the OHIO Guarantee Program (previously called guaranteed tuition), despite a student protest blockading its bus the day before in opposition to the plan.
Every week, I look forward to a new Jenna Marbles video. I can always count on them making me laugh, but this week’s did even more.
This is a column about politics — mostly national, because it was decided that as local editor of The Post, perhaps I shouldn’t take opinions on the happenings of Athens City Council or Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly’s office.
Just before concluding Nov. 1’s Board of Trustees meeting, Ohio University President Roderick McDavis, Vice President for Student Affairs Ryan Lombardi and General Counsel John Biancamano presented to the board members about Homecoming Weekend’s Court Street incident. According to the minutes, “a discussion ensued.” This “discussion”—the only public record implying that the Board of Trustees has at all considered the issue of rape culture on OU’s campus—lasted approximately 10 minutes.
When Magic Johnson and a group of investors bought the Los Angeles Dodgers for an astounding $2.15 billion last March, it became the most expensive purchase of a franchise in the history of professional sports.
As a self-proclaimed bookworm, I prefer my video games to be a little bit similar — thick with plot, characterization and even a little mystery.
Presumably, sometime between the Board of Trustees’ training on open government laws this Thursday and before they leave Athens, the board members will revote on Ohio University President Roderick McDavis’ bonus and pay raises totaling $78,400.
Our columnist adds two products from Tarte, carried at Sephora, to her makeup bag.
My name is Kristin and I am a fan of the f-word. The word that is so controversial and so offensive when said it strikes fear into the heart of good, sound-minded people.
Editor’s Note: Dorian Graham is a former receptionist for The Post who did not contribute editorial content to the newspaper.
Compiled by Zane Parsons
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—Compiled by Zane Parsons