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Shifting Gears

April 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Since the ‘80s, the Ohio State Cycling Club has been committed to competing in the Midwest Collegiate Cycling Conference (MWCCC) and this year is no different. Members experience the thrill of racing against other universities’ cycling teams in various categories like mountain bike and [...]

North Campus Development

March 9, 2016 // 0 Comments

It started with North Commons closing a little over a year ago. By now the new dorms, Torres, Bowen and Scott Houses, have been open since the beginning of fall semester, and there are four more new residential buildings opening in the fall of 2016. Construction is a daily presence in students’ [...]

The New Greek Philosophy

March 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

If you were to type “greek life” into any search engine, it would likely return more negative than positive articles about college fraternities and sororities. So students understandably feel apprehensive mentioning their Greek life involvement to prospective employers. They worry employers [...]

You Can Minor in What?

January 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

At a large university, Ohio State students can choose from hundreds of minors to complement their major. While it might seem logical to pursue a minor that’s similar to one’s major, more students are opting to complete minors in fields that are not at all related their field of study What value [...]

Neurxstem and the World of Tiny Brains

January 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

It’s a tiny white blob, no bigger than three millimeters across, and it’s floating in a test tube inside The Ohio State University’s biomedical research tower. To the untrained eye, it’s an inconspicuous speck of flesh. But to a rising number of scientists across the world, it’s a [...]

Big Win, Bigger Reward

November 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

January 12, 2015—the day the Ohio State Buckeyes became “undisputed champions” of college football. That day marked the beginning of something special for Buckeye Nation. Ohio State’s 42-20 victory over the Oregon Ducks in the inaugural 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]
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