“What’s everybody freaking out for,” a good friend questioned me Wednesday night. “Is this really that big of a deal?”
One of my most-important self-imposed guidelines is probably the most effortless to follow: Don’t be a Serious Sally.
Oct. 1 marked the 40th anniversary for the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla. The enduring Disney legacy has played a part in so many lives, and with this milestone, we can look forward to it touching many more.
Can people live a lifestyle without any social networks?
Many people understand that freedom is something that must be protected. There are many ways to serve your nation. If military service is how you choose to do it, Ohio University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), Bobcat Battalion, provides an opportunity to join the United States Army in a leadership capacity. It is this program of instruction that allows young Americans to grow academically, while learning valuable military skills and lifelong leadership training.
I try not to throw the word “hate” around, but just because I try not to use the word doesn’t mean I can’t use a similar and less offensive term: dislike — entirely.
The current data from the United States Department of Energy has a joke underlying it somewhere, I’m just not sure what the climax of the farce is at the moment.
Every good journalist understands the importance of a follow-up story.
I am not a model student. I skip a little too much class, I am a champion procrastinator, and I put too much unwarranted stock into my multitasking abilities.
More and more often now, education comes with a price tag. These days you would accumulate quite the hefty tab if you were to follow the old advice to “never stop learning,” since the real evidence of education is a pricey degree.
Zero waste — Ohio University. That’s right. You might think, “No way, can’t happen.” I say it is possible and already under way.
Does the New Marriage-Law in China promote the equal rights for women or let it down?
The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen was last Monday, and the jokes were just as uncomfortable and cringe-worthy as the roast of David Hasselhoff. It was epic.
When I was 13 years old, I stood in line for five hours in a little bookshop in Aspen, Colo., anxiously waiting to get my grubby little hands on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at midnight.
The fine nations of India, China, Bangladesh and shockingly even the United States got me through my day today. Sure, I could have made do without their help — but I would have been naked.
I come from a town where the population is 98 percent Caucasian. I know of one Jewish family and roughly three homosexuals.
As I walked into my first class yesterday, I was immediately struck by the emotion and anger of two classmates who were talking in the corner.
Some things — whether you love to hate them or actually just hate them — will never go away.
Life is always an adventure, isn’t it? The question is: Are you a risk-taker?