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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
Rachel Mark | | firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Tarein Phillips | Culture Staff Writer | email@example.com
Technology keeps making the impossible possible – especially in the world of fashion. ScreenShop is an app in which the user can screenshot a desired outfit, upload it to the app and the app will then generate exact or similar pieces from the outfit. Continue reading ScreenShop: What You Need to Know
Destiniee Jaram | Society Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
The typical week for a college student is hectic. Between class, working, clubs and meetings, the extra duties of an activist are not easy. Chronic stress can manifest into unhealthy physical and emotional symptoms. Examples include feelings of worthlessness, poor digestion, excessive or a lack of sleep, eating problems, depression, muscle tension and exhaustion. At times, it feels like the world is a constant stream of negativity, thus it can be easy to forget self-care.
Continue reading Self-care for Activists
Haylee Followell | Culture Section Editor | email@example.com
Galentine’s Day: Valentine’s Day cooler, lesser-known sister holiday. Galentine’s Day, made famous by Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope, is all about celebrating female love (and empowerment). Here are three cute DIY gifts for $10 and under that are perfect for your besties.
Continue reading 3 DIY Galentine’s Day Gifts
Haylee Followell| lifestyle |firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall is here and that means so is pumpkin spice. Now, I love my PSLs as much as the next person, but if you’re looking for a cheap alternative fall drink, look no further: this apple cider float is great for unseasonably warm days when you still want to get your fall fix. An added bonus is that all of these ingredients can be found at a dining hall or in a market.
Continue reading DIY: Apple Cider Float
Madison Foulkes| Lifestyle Writer| email@example.com
It’s that time of year again! The falling leaves and warm colors are here to stay for the next few months. Liven up your dorm, apartment, or house with these cute, easy decorations. Included in this article are a colorful garland, a playful pumpkin, and a block sign. All materials can be found at your local craft store and are fairly inexpensive. Follow these directions or get creative with your own ideas!
Continue reading Spicing Up Your Home Space: DIY Fall Room Decor
Madison Foulkes | Lifestyle Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Most people enjoy the changing of the seasons. The bright colors, the falling leaves, and the smell of cold air are just some things that come with the promise of autumn. With this change of seasons comes pumpkins and candy, but also something much more sinister.
Continue reading A Bone-Chilling Compulsion: Generation Y’s Love For Horror
Lifestyle Staff Writer| Katie Oinonen| email@example.com
Does slavery still exist? The recent film “Get Out” seems to answer this question for us.
Continue reading Get Out Challenges Our Perceptions of Slavery and Racism
Lifestyle Staff Writer| Alexis McCurdy| firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @AlexisMcCurdy14
Nestled on Shafer Street is a craft shop incorporating art, spirit and culture in one hub. Beads and Things lies in the west residential area of Athens, absent of littered beer cans. Its robust red hue, with pops of pink and colorful lanterns that frame the shop offer a refreshing view compared to that of many weekend nights spent on Court Street.
Continue reading Craft Shop Breaks from Ordinary