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Pocket Points: Rewarding Students In and Out of the Classroom

November 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

  The mobile app Pocket Points has quickly spread to schools across the nation. The idea behind the app is to offer an incentive based solution to the problem of students being distracted by smartphones inside the classroom. Students can simply download the app, lock their phone when located [...]

Art + Business

November 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

There comes a special challenge by dual majoring in specializations housed by different colleges and Maggie Wehri is no exception. As a fourth year, Wehri has come to know 18 credit hour semesters well and is bringing two ostensibly different things into one complete package. While others may find [...]

The Wolf of High Street

November 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

For marketing student Zach Pezzner, it all began in his junior year of high school when he decided to take a sports management class. As part of an assignment for class, Pezzner had to play around with a stock simulator, a program that provides players with the opportunity to practice trading [...]

OSU Gentrification

November 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

The southeast corner of 15th Ave. and High St. is largely quiet. The building, which once housed Long’s Bookstore, is boarded up and its parking lot is empty. However, a new zoning framework, which was recently approved by the City of Columbus, could revitalize the site as well as several of the [...]

Idea Relation

November 9, 2015 // 2 Comments

Fisher student Maggie Wehri explores the fusion of art and business through her featured artwork on Fisher campus TV screens There’s a point of intention when a tool touches its designated surface. Whether it is realized or not, that intention is a derivative of an idea. Through the ink of a pen [...]
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