5 Tips to Transform Your Summer Fashion into Fall

Earl Hopkins| Section Editor|eh032114@ohio.edu

As fall approaches, the former summer days shorten, and the blazing heat descends into the confronting, dusk-filled winds. Like the climate, there’s a transition within the fall fashion season. People’s wardrobes gradually begin to shift, as they swap out cut-off denim shorts, crop tees and pastel-colored blouses for oversized wool sweaters, plaid shirts and checkered single-button trousers. Among the many looks that have emerged on the runways during this year’s fashion month, here’s a list of the five biggest trends for the fall season. Continue reading 5 Tips to Transform Your Summer Fashion into Fall

Making the Most of Your Right to Vote Absentee

Abby Miller | Society Staff Writer | am166317@ohio.edu

Walking around campus, I’ve been asked by numerous people with clipboards in hand if I’d like to register to vote. I always turn them down, feeling a bit rude afterwards. As an out of state student, I’m registered to vote in the state of Illinois already. The first election I voted in was, Illinois’ primary election for Governor and I am currently in the process of requesting my absentee ballot for the Gubernatorial general election. Some people applaud my dedication to exercising my right to vote while I’m seven hours from home. Others say I’m wasting my time. But for me, the biggest concern is if other out of state students are exercising their right to vote and know how to do so correctly. Continue reading Making the Most of Your Right to Vote Absentee

It’s On Us, Bobcats! What You Need to Know About Ohio University’s New Organization

Earl Hopkins | Culture Section Editor | eh032114@ohio.edu

Amid the chain of sexual assaults and rape allegations that have emerged on Ohio University’s campus since the start of the school year, the Athens community has been on edge. Continue reading It’s On Us, Bobcats! What You Need to Know About Ohio University’s New Organization

Ohio University’s Greek Life Response to Sexual Assault

Rachel Mark | | rm023716@ohio.edu

When I first stepped foot on campus for my second year at Ohio University, I never would have imagined that my email would be flooded with warnings from the Ohio University Police Department about multiple rapes and even a kidnapping. Within a small span of two weeks, four rapes were already reported. I really tried to not think about the assaults that have occurred but have gone unreported and unnoted. Continue reading Ohio University’s Greek Life Response to Sexual Assault

Ending It is Not the End: World Suicide Prevention Day

Jacob Durbin | Staff Writer | jd250217@ohio.edu

September 10, 2018 is World Suicide Prevention Day. In this day and age, suicide and mental health are prevalent topics in our society. Suicide rates have increased over the last decade. For those who struggle with suicidal thoughts, there are resources available to them at Ohio University. For their friends and loved ones, there are numerous ways to reach out and offer help.
We are a family here at FANGLE. We understand how difficult living with a mental illness can be. If you think you or someone you know, is depressed or suicidal, please reach out. You are not alone. Continue reading Ending It is Not the End: World Suicide Prevention Day

TV Dating Versus Real-Life Dating: 5 Lessons to Learn

Samantha Dawn | Freelance blogger
If you get all of your dating advice from reality shows, then chances are you’ll be ill prepared for the real dating world. It can be tough out there as made evident by FANGLE’s survey on several students’ worst dating experiences. The real picture is far from airbrushed couples in magazines and on TV, even if it’s touted as reality programming. FANGLE is here to clear the air with five lessons that years of The Bachelor, Love Island, Beauty and the Geek and all other romance-themed reality shows have taught us. Continue reading TV Dating Versus Real-Life Dating: 5 Lessons to Learn

How to Prepare For The Upcoming School Year

Haylee Followell | Associate Editor | hf211816@ohio.edu

Although it’s still summer and bobcats still have another month before move in day, you might feel frazzled with the growing to-do list before school. It’s never too early to get organized, ESPECIALLY when it comes to the start of the school year. FANGLE is here to help with 5 things to check on before move in day! Continue reading How to Prepare For The Upcoming School Year

40 Songs You Need To Add To Your Summer Playlist

Haylee Followell |Associate Editor| hf211816@ohio.edu

The time has come when exams have ended, the sun is staying out longer and a cold beverage in your hand is a must. It’s finally summertime; whether you’re relaxing by a pool or working a summer job, there is never a time a summer playlist isn’t useful. FANGLE is here to help 40 songs, both current and dated, that will put you in the summer mood. Continue reading 40 Songs You Need To Add To Your Summer Playlist