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Opening weekend is now but a blur of a memory because classes are in full swing.
On Wednesday, Student Senate passed their first resolution of the year. Too bad they passed up the opportunity to make it a good one.
I’m going to share a little secret with you all — I would absolutely love to be a video game character, and I wish I were kidding.
To anyone that has ever tripped and scraped an arm or a knee, it is beyond clear that our bodies are fragile and can easily fall victim to a vast number of dangers. For anyone that has ever known someone that has undergone aggressive cancer treatment, allowing dangers of an entirely different kind to enter and tear apart one’s body is often the only option.
Since its founding in 1948, the state of Israel has been a problem for the rest of the Middle East. Conflict has been common between the countries belonging to the Arab League, a regional organization of Arab nations in and around North Africa, the Horn of Africa, Southwest Asia and the state of Israel.
In our society, economic growth is typically portrayed as a good thing. However, this is environmentally problematic, which I’ll discuss in a later column. But there are a number of reasons why we might assume economic growth is beneficial.
Marvel Studios confirmed last Friday that Bradley Cooper will voice the character Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming superhero action film Guardians of the Galaxy, which will hit theaters next summer.
As I was reading my social media news feed this week, I noticed a number of my friends — and Ohio University itself — beaming over the fact that OU had been ranked second among universities where students “get the best bang for their buck.” Now, there are a lot of things I love about OU, but affordability is not one of them, so naturally I was skeptical of such a claim.
My name is Sophie Kruse, and I’m addicted to Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s about that time again — college football season is upon us. Undoubtedly, the biggest story heading into the 2013 season is the cloud of scandal following Texas A&M University star quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.
The day was August 28, 1957. Following the passage of Brown v. Board of Education in 1954, whites in the South had begun to violently rise up and commit heinous acts against African Americans, assaults and including church bombings.
I once asked a doctor, “What’s the craziest thing that you have ever seen?” Without hesitation the doctor, an internist, painfully said, “Necrotizing fasciitis.”
You probably haven’t heard of bisphenol A, but it’s better known as BPA.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have been trying to jump start their movie universe in the same way that Marvel and Disney have, but since the Dark Knight trilogy and the last Green Lantern film are not in the mix, the only movie they had to begin this universe was Man of Steel.
Three years of my college experience at OU and all I can say is: time sure does fly.
Welcome back to Athens.
Welcome back to campus — and welcome to Page 2 of The Post!
We’re a little sad to be going. We’ve enjoyed telling you all about the beers to drink and the beers to avoid. We’ve enjoyed getting together every week to revisit an old favorite or take a risk on new brew. It’s been a wonderful experience. But this experience is nowhere near as wonderful as taking that first, refreshing gulp of Natural Light.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past 15 weeks … I couldn’t tell you what it is.