Society Staff Writer | Jessica Sees | email@example.com
Many of us don’t understand how greatly the connection between our mind and body affects our stress levels and overall happiness. With midterms coming to an end and preparation for finals starting to creep over the horizon, this is the perfect time to start a weekly column on ways you can strengthen your connection to yourself and your Self (more to come on that distinction, trust me) in order to assure your sanity through the upcoming weeks.
As a meditation and self-awareness enthusiast, I can provide those interested in becoming more self-aware with some helpful hints and methods to point them in the direction of a more peaceful life. If this sounds like you, continue reading, my friend!
Internships can be a challenging thing to get a hold on for anyone. Whether you’re looking for one, applying for one or interviewing for one, it takes a lot out of a person. But with these tips, hopefully it can alleviate some stress for all the fellow internship searchers out there.
College is supposed to be a time when you start searching for your future husband or wife. Although you may wish for elegant dates at fancy restaurants (or even moderately-priced restaurants), college just isn’t the time for that. Your bank account, if it is anything like mine, is probably too low to even think about going on a romantic date.
However, the thing about college is that you don’t need to go on a fancy, high- class date to get to know someone or have fun. This is the time to get creative and come up with some interesting and unique date ideas. Luckily, there are plenty of options at your fingertips that are super easy and won’t break the bank.
Lifestyle Staff Photographer | Tyler Ross | firstname.lastname@example.org
You may not have been there or even know what it was about, but the Hands Up Walk Out Protest was quite possibly the beginning of real awareness and change in the United States. The Hands Up Walk Out protest was in response to the recent tensions between civilians and police, specifically among black youth.
Culture Staff Writer | Laura Frey | email@example.com
Do you feel like you haven’t found the right one yet? Are you getting tired of meeting hopeless people at the bar? Do you feel like you’re having meaningless conversations with people and you want a little more substance? Well, now it’s time to download Twine — self-dubbed “the first intellectual dating app.”
Lifestyle Editor | Diana Wiebe | firstname.lastname@example.org | @DoctorDwiebe This week we are profiling a senior from the fraternity Phi Delta Theta. Here’s what
Andrew Carf had to say about his time with the Phi Delts.
Name: Andrew Carf
Relationship Status: Taken
FANGLE: Why Phi Delta Theta? Andrew Carf: When I first came to school, I was kind of against the fraternity culture because of horror stories about hazing and binge drinking. I was a sheltered incoming freshman, but then, once I was brought around to the guys of Phi Delta
Theta by my freshman roommate, I discovered that that’s really not what it’s all about. We have our fun, but that’s a small portion of what we do. Continue reading FANGLE Greek Files: Phi Delta Theta→
Do you love being outside? There’s a class for that. What about exercising? There’s a class for that. The list of courses offered at Ohio University is endless. Scheduling for spring semester is quickly approaching, and whether you know exactly what you want to take or not, there are classes offered that won’t bring your GPA down and will bring your spirits up. Continue reading Getting fit, gaining class credit→