Morgan Coovert | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram: @mcoovs
For over fifty years, Black Friday shopping has remained a tradition in the homes of many Americans. With a neat history and a well-known name, millions of Americans leave their comfortable, warm homes to participate. Bonding with family members, pulling all-nighters and finding good deals have always made for happy shoppers, but with the coming of the digital age, the Internet has introduced us to an alternative way to spend that Christmas money. For some, the fifteen-year-old Cyber Monday has become the new Black Friday.
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Culture Staff Writer| Alexis McCurdy | email@example.com
Good vibes, good music, good dads was the mood of last weekend. On Saturday, November 5th, FANGLE magazine hosted Father’s Fest: a concert of local Athens bands for students to jam out to and dads to embarrassingly attempt to dance to.
Continue reading Father’s Favorites: Get to know the bands from Father’s Fest
Lifestyle Writer| Alexis McCurdy| firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @AlexisMcCurdy14
Your period comes at the worst times: some girls may find themselves helplessly in a panic in the bathroom stall, trying to stuff toilet paper down their pants until they can get home. For others, lack of access to feminine hygiene products while menstruating is an unavoidable, frustrating, monthly event. Last year, The Period Project was created here at Ohio University in an effort to alleviate this torrential downpour of a problem.
Continue reading Bloody Building Blocks to Equality
Tonight’s winner of the 2016 election had some horrified and some ecstatic. One thing is for sure, this has been an election like no other.
With baited breath, Bobcats on and off campus have stayed awake to see the winner and here it is….. Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the U.S.
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Here’s what students had to say about this historic moment and where they stood before and after the votes were counted.
Continue reading Bobcats React to 2016 Election Results
Lifestyle Writer| Ian Kenyon | Ik656315@ohio.edu | @iankenyon13
Walking through the streets of Athens, it’s hard to find a clothing store that doesn’t sell just OU apparel. When you do find one, it’s so expensive and you walk out of the store with nothing. However, if you take a short stroll down Union Street, you may notice the new apparel store called 10 West. This fun and inexpensive store is perfect for students who are tired of just seeing Bobcat attire, and it’s very inexpensive with items as low as $2.00, and with deals up to 70% off.
Continue reading 10 West: Apparel to Admire
Lifestyle Writer| Jon Licata | email@example.com
Katie Harrison is an up-and-coming fashion designer looking to shake up the industry. A fashion major at Columbus College of Art and Design, Harrison makes a side-living by designing and selling clothing, occasionally participating in the modeling and photography of her clothes as well.
Continue reading Fashion Spotlight: Interview with New Designer Katie Harrison