Pondering with Patterson: Examining 'Jagged Little Pill' and the celebration of International Women's Day
Indulging in and immersing yourself in music can have positive effects on your mental health.
In light of International Women’s Day, playing out Jagged Little Pill is an extremely appropriate thing to do.
After Viacom shutdown a fanmade recreation, Monkey Quest is seemingly gone for good.
With the country already on edge, Jay Edwards has sponsored a few bills that should be concerning to his constiuents.
I decided to finally give bubble tea a chance.
Although the premise of his campaign included settling, that does not mean Americans should be settling for his administration’s empty promises.
See if my family was feeling “How I’m Feeling Now.”
Cars cost us time and money all while putting ourselves and the planet at risk. Here’s why you should think about ditching yours.
Steve Stivers claimed his vote against the Equality Act was for religious reasons but the double standard is evident.
Callaway’s actions were enabled by anyone willing to keep quiet.
Respect your sports reporters, because you probably can’t do what they do.
Palmer is a shining light in Justin Timberlake’s otherwise inconsitent acting career
Current American copyright laws restrict instead of protect creators.
How nostalgia informs and enhances media.
Ohio needs to make some big changes, and it needs to happen soon
We need diversity in the actors in addition to the diversity being portrayed on the screen.
There is a lot for a growing human to glean from a growing plant. Luckily, being in Athens means plants readily available for sale.
Celebrating student journalism should happen everyday, but at least carve out Feb. 26
The satisfactory grading option is gone, and it’s hard to understand why.