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The Heart of Ohio and Creativity

December 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

As the home of our university, headquarters of major corporations and the capital and center of our state, Columbus has always been the heart of Ohio. In 2014, Columbus was awarded #1 Best Opportunity City for growing enterprise markets and low cost of living. Of course, Columbus is more than just [...]

The Maverick

July 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

While most theaters are content with selling its audience a product, the Gateway Film Center (GFC) is interested in something more. They’re not satisfied with the same old theater experience of over-priced tickets and concessions, or the limited range of movies offered. In fact, President and [...]

Let’s Talk About Sech’s

March 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Gabriele Galli, Mason Estep and Shea Wilson aren’t strangers to campus nightlife. These motivated entrepreneurs have devoted themselves to recognizing trends and understanding what makes college students tick. Their latest undertaking: telling their peers all about the wonders of Sech’s. “My [...]

Changing Columbus

March 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

In the era of the smartphone, students can use apps to order almost anything—a burrito, a textbook or even a car. Uber, an app which provides vehicles-for-hire, celebrated its two year Columbus anniversary in December, as well as its two-millionth rider in Central Ohio earlier this year. Columbus [...]

Swiping in New Ways

February 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

What do you get when you mix Craigslist with Tinder? The Creos Group’s SwipeShop. It all began when Ohio State soccer player and marketing student, Konrad Kucharski, and a group of his teammates combined the two applications, producing a user-friendly online market for textbooks, furniture, and [...]

Ad Block Wars

January 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

How do I close this? Where is the ‘X’? How do they know I like artisan cucumbers? Why do so many local singles in my area want to meet me? How do I get rid of these ads? For many internet users, freedom from ads is only a few clicks away. There are a lot of plugins available that remove [...]

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 [...]
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