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February 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

Gardening and electrical engineering don’t have many things in common. However, for sophomore Jamey Weyenberg, the idea to create a sustainable growing club utilizing his education in electrical engineering was a clear vision from the beginning. GrOSU, a sustainable growing club at Ohio State, [...]

Tapingo: Going from Tap and Go to Tap and Wait?

November 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

At the beginning of last year, Tapingo was one of the best ways to order food. There was no fee for signing up or ordering food unless it was delivered. When students realized last year that they could skip the 20-minute lines at Thompson’s Berry Café or Oxley’s by ordering ahead of time on [...]

Build Your Own Barbeque

November 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Let’s say you want to get into the restaurant business. What will you need? Food, a place to make and serve that food, and some customers. Seems easy enough, right? Well each of those things takes time, dedication and a vision to make it a reality. Right now, Fisher students, David Butcher, a [...]

Are You a Leader?

April 25, 2017 // 0 Comments

Do you have a passion for a career field but can’t find the path to your dream? Buckeye Leadership Fellows (BLF) is a unique opportunity available to students at Ohio State. The program is designed to give students specialized and individualized tools to ensure they are successful in their [...]

How to: Be an Adult

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

If money makes the world go round then the average college student’s world is likely spinning more and more slowly each day. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, outstanding student-loan balances reached $1.2 million in 2015, making student loans second to mortgages as the [...]

Thinking Beyond the Page

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

In spring semester of 2017, the Department of Design unveiled its new Design Thinking minor. Available to all majors, this minor focused on the application of design as a process and problem solving method that is useful to non-designers. This minor is meant to a continued effort by the Department [...]

Buckeye in the Jungle

March 13, 2017 // 0 Comments

For 39 days, Will Wahl went from“living in America…to absolutely nothing.” He left simple necessities and all technology at home to compete for a million dollars in Fiji on the television show Survivor. “It’s definitely a culture shock,” says Wahl, “because we had to create [...]

Community Storybook Project

March 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

All throughout history, fairy tales and children’s stories have transcended languages and cultures: Cinderella was originally German; The Little Mermaid was originally Danish; and Pinocchio was originally Italian. The universal morals and themes woven throughout these stories are fundamental [...]

Mirror Lake Makeover

March 6, 2017 // 1 Comment

If there is one color that every Ohio State student sees on his or her daily journey to class, it is grey. Cold buildings, dark worn sidewalks and endless construction sites greet students at every turn. This is no surprise for such an urban campus, but hidden deep within the urban sprawl [...]
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