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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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