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The Career and Leadership Development Center is proud to announce the opening application of this year’s Pepsi Leadership Scholars program. Pepsi Scholars main facilitator, Chelsea von Pagels, has provided us with some insight on what is new with the scholarship and what potential applicants, students, and OHIO Staff can expect from the program and those chosen to be a part of it.
Continue reading Why You Should Apply To Be One of the Next Pepsi Scholars
Ohio University requires an internship credit to graduate. Some students may find this a burden but others take full advantage of the opportunities that the university provides for them. Check out these internships from students who had them to improve your resumé and possibly even get you a job after graduation.
Continue reading Bobcat Spotlight: Summer Internships That Will Make You Get Your Resume Ready
Lifestyle Writer| Ian Kenyon | Ik656315@ohio.edu | @iankenyon13
Walking down campus these past couple of weeks, I’m sure you’ve noticed the hordes of girls in high heels and dresses, dressed to impress the sorority leaders during rush week. However, many of the girls who didn’t participate had some harsh to say about the girls who did. Sorority girls have been stereotyped to be the ditsiest, yet also the prettiest, girls on any college campus.
Continue reading Stereotyping Sororities: Viewpoints from Inside and Outside the Sisterhood
Lifestyle Writer| Jon Licata| firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s a Friday night, everyone’s feeling good and looking better, and all anyone wants to do is forget the stresses of college life for a minute. So they head out to a house party or a bar to engage in what is actually an illegal activity– underage drinking. No big deal, right? Well, it’s all fun and games until the Ohio University Police Department (OUPD) or the Athens Police Department (APD) get there.
Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of the Athens Police Department
Culture Staff Writer | Haley Rischar | email@example.com
Campus style and weather can go hand in hand, especially on Ohio University’s campus. With the hills, steps and long class commutes, many students find themselves asking the same question each morning -– style or comfort?
Continue reading Style or Comfort? Fashion in the Summer
Morgan Coovert | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram: @mcoovs
Is Apple taking away the headphone jack the end of the iPhone as we know it?
No, but we’re sure acting as if it is so.
Continue reading Losing the Headphone Jack = Death of the iPhone?
Emma Stefanoff| email@example.com | intagram/twitter-@emmastefanoff
Menstrual cycles — a topic that no one seems to want to deal with or talk about but they will continue to occur, month after month. Pads and tampons are the common feminine hygiene products used to take care of the blood, but some people just don’t feel comfortable with either. However, there’s another option. Healthy, ecological, and economical are all words used to describe this modern alternative — menstrual cups.
Continue reading A Positive Period Alternative
FANGLE Magazine Editor-in-Chief | Raichel Jenkins | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Robin Camp,
I recently watched the CNN video describing your response to the rape of a 19-year-old girl.
Continue reading My Response to Robin Camp’s Rape Comments From Someone Who Has Been There
Lifestyle Staff Writer | Ian Kenyon |email@example.com
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that causes infections in the genitals, rectum, and throat. With college students being at the highest risk for STI’s, they should be aware that the World Health Organization announced that gonorrhea is becoming incurable. Strains of the disease have emerged worldwide that are antibiotic-resistant, creating many issues for scientists and doctors, who are now searching desperately for new cures.
Continue reading Cure for Gonorrhea? Gone.
Lifestyle Staff Writer | Morgan Coovert | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram: @mcoovs
This summer, Brock Turner was the name on the lips of thousands of Americans who were shocked by the result of his trial. In January of 2015, Turner, former Stanford swimmer, was accused of raping an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on the school’s campus. Two grad students served as witnesses and said, as BuzzFeed reports, they found him, “aggressively thrusting his hips into her.” The boys called out, and Turner began to run, with one student chasing after him. That night, he was arrested.
Continue reading What Brock Turner’s Early Release Means for College Women