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Dance department’s winter show challenges repetition

From protests in Ferguson, Mo., and going to church, to repetition and stillness, the Ohio State dance department’s winter concert will give students the space to express a variety of their ideas and inspiration. The department’s first production of 2015 features the work of nine ...

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Coffee scene: Local puts own art into his brew

Starting the day with a cup of coffee is a common routine, and once the beverage is consumed, many coffee drinkers tend to toss the empty paper cups into the garbage. But Joshua Hara, creative director at marketing agency Resource Ammirati, has other things in ...

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Columbus rapper a dreamer, down-to-earth in career

It’s been said that from humble beginnings come great things. Columbus rapper Alexander Dreamer’s manager and musical affiliates say this seems to be the route he’s heading. “I don’t think a lot of artists are humble,” said Chris Hayes, a DJ and Ohio State alumnus ...

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Cal Scruby’s confidence shines in music industry

Drake started his music career after starring on popular Canadian TV show “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” Chance the Rapper recorded his first mixtape during a 10-day suspension while he was in high school. Ohio State 2014 alumnus, Cal Scruby, recorded his first project, “Best Foot ...

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On the Fitz: Pop, soul sextet set to take LC Pavilion

Nothing happens by accident.  Fitz and the Tantrums, a six-piece band of music industry veterans, proves a formula of experience, artistry and understanding can set the stepping stones for success. The band’s tour promoting its sophomore album, “More Than Just A Dream,” is set to ...

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OSU students create calendar of 60 ‘campus cuties’

What do the Ohio State men’s baseball team, Fishbowl Improv and Student-Alumni Council all have in common? These student organizations, among others, appear in the debut OSU Her Campus Cutie calendar. Her Campus is an online magazine, represented at more than 200 college campuses, that ...

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