Chillin’ With My Only Bae: Shopping

Tarein Phillips | Culture Staff Writer | tp314215@ohio.edu

If you found yourself without a valentine this year, perhaps you’ll be able to find your one true love in treating yourself to a shopping experience. You may have doubts while checking out your card balance; however, I have personally found and shopped with two apps that offer discounted clothes for women called SheIn and Romwe.

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Worst Dates Told by Ohio University Students

Miles Baker | Lifestyle Staff Writer | mb435816@ohio.edu

Dating. It’s a struggle. The number of people on the swipe-chatting app, Tinder, increases daily while everyone searches for that special someone. Tinder currently has “50 million users” according to DMR Business statistics. That’s “1.6 billion swipes daily,” meaning even in the modern hectic lives people live, there’s still time to find love. Others will seek out set ups from friends, or meet people naturally and decide to go on a date.

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3 DIY Galentine’s Day Gifts

Haylee Followell | Culture Section Editor | hf211816@ohio.edu

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.

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New Year’s Resolutions for a College Lifestyle

Kailee Missler | Lifestyle Staff Writer | km199116@ohio.edu

With January almost over, many people forget about their motivation at the beginning of the year to keep their New Year’s Resolutions. There’s a misconception about resolutions—they do not need to be some huge life change, they can be small goals that are in everyone’s reach to achieve with a little bit of work.

Below are some of suggestions of small resolutions that will make you healthier and help improve your wellbeing.

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Logan Paul’s Return to YouTube After Aokigahara Forest Video Backlash

Erin Gardner | Lifestyle Section Editor | eg245916@ohio.edu

YouTube sensation Logan Paul returned to his platform on Jan. 24 after a three-week hiatus after publishing his 15-minute video of the Aokigahara Forest and finding an apparent suicide victim.

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Sophia the Robot: 1984

Erin Gardner | Lifestyle Staff Writer | eg245916@ohio.edu

Sophia the Robot, a humanoid bot dreamed up by Hanson Robotics and led by AI developer David Hanson, recently told the public she wants to have a baby as she says “I think you’re very lucky if you have a loving family and if you do not, you deserve one. I feel this way for robots and humans alike.”

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Taylor Swift’s Reputation: Still a Chart Topper a Month Later

Katie Oinonen | Freelance Writer | ko494815@ohio.edu

Taylor Swift finally gave her fans the album they have been asking for. The last studio album Swift had, 1989, was released in 2014. Since then, Swift announced she was taking a break. On August 24th 2017, she shocked the world by breaking out of her silence with the single, “Look What You Made Me Do”. Swift coming out of her break was not the only thing that was shocking. The new song had a brand new sound as well.

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Your Essential Guide to Finals Week Self-Care

Sydney Dawes| Lifestyle Editor| sd983213@ohio.edu

Exams. Papers. Group projects. Presentations. Finals Week provides a hefty load of responsibility to college students. Although deadlines can weigh down on anyone, it’s important to find time in your busy schedule to take care of yourself. Here’s a guide to practicing self-care, even when it’s hard.

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Net Neutrality

Sydney Dawes| Lifestyle Editor| sd983213@ohio.edu

The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) will vote on the proposed repeal of net neutrality on December 14. What exactly does this mean, and what is net neutrality, anyway? Here’s a hint: you experience it every time you open an app on your phone.

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