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Post Column: Sunday was lonely for the football-illiterate

Silence hung in the air like a thick cloud as I walked down the empty streets of Athens. Snow was falling gently around me, covering the city in a blanket of soft white. I cupped my hands around my mouth and cried out into the white void:


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Post Column: Helmet-to-helmet rule needs consistent fine

The 2013 NFL football season came to a close earlier this week with coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens getting the win in Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, La., beating little brother Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers and giving the Ravens their second Super Bowl in team history, the last of which came in 2000.



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Tough Love: U.S. isn't world's worst overspender

If there’s one thing history has taught us about the U.S. government, it’s that in times of economic depression, the government can propose and get away with absolutely anything.



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Between the Lines: Twitter kept students in loop better than OU

Walking home from class, I received an Ohio University emergency text alert stating that an armed fugitive was somewhere around Station Street and Stocker Center. I quickly brushed it off — even though I live on West Green — and continued about my day … until I went on Twitter.


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Post Column: Fruity brew with bitter kick one of world's best

Bell’s Hopslam is one of the most perfect things in existence. We love beer more than a lot of other things, but we love Hopslam even more. Hopslam’s seasonal arrival is like the Great Beer God coming to Earth, showering His (or Her) children with gloriously hoppy beer, and then going back to Heaven’s brewery.


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Post Column: Exploring different interests can help you find your direction

We often build our own identity upon the current surroundings of our lives. Growing up, this is achieved through the influences of family, hometown friends, and the overall system of beliefs that comprises our hometown demographic. When we come to college, that system of beliefs is torn apart — quickly.


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Post Column: Tellers of drunken tales should keep it down

Let’s talk about Mondays. Everyone is bound by law to hate Monday because it’s the first day of class and work, and even though we are taught by people wiser than us that we should embrace learning and work passionately, we hate doing both.


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Post Column: 'Glee' music thievery reeks of network laziness

To this day, I’m still not entirely sure how I ended up as the senior music supervisor of the popular television show Glee. I’m a comedy writer whose grasp of music goes as far as singing “Sexy and I Know It” to myself in the shower every morning before breaking down and weeping; nothing in my skill-set made me ideal for the position. Somehow, though, FOX decided to give me the job, probably because the other applicants kept going… let’s call it “missing.”


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Post Column: Shifting Tides: Long-distance dating can be difficult to navigate

There’s this girl I know who drives to Columbus every weekend to see her boyfriend. Funny, you go to college with the expectation that weekends will become your time to live the memories you’ll be thinking of in the future. The people you meet, the parties you’ll go to — all part of the giant repertoire of things you’re looking for while venturing from home.

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