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Organizations prepare for more protest against Wendy’s

Members of the Ohio State Student/Farmworker Alliance, farmworkers from Immokalee, Florida, and other protesters from across the country will join together Sunday in Columbus for the coalition’s national Return to Human Rights tour to continue pushing its message to Wendy’s of joining the Fair Food ...

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Campus area crime map March 14 – 19

A rape reportedly occurred at an off-campus location east of North High Street on Friday between midnight and 2 a.m. (Not pictured on map.) A woman reported a firearm had been improperly discharged into her home on North Fourth Street near East Eighth Avenue on ...

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Campus area crime map March 6 – March 13

  A rape reportedly occurred at an off-campus location east of North High Street on Friday at about 3 a.m. (Not pictured on map.) A woman reported an alleged sexual imposition at an off-campus location south of campus to the Columbus Division of Police on ...

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Campus area crime map February 20 – 26

Two males were taken into custody by University Police Monday night in separate areas of campus in relation to an on-campus theft, a spokesperson for University Police said. As of Monday night, University Police were still investigating and could not confirm if the two men ...

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Campus area crime map February 13 – 19

A vehicle was stolen from the intersection of East 14th Avenue and North High Street between 2 a.m. and 5:20 a.m. on Friday. It was later recovered on West Henderson Road by the Columbus Division of Police. A man not affiliated with the university was ...

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Campus area crime map February 6 – 12

Google crime map, photo illustration by: Mitch Hooper | Engagement Editor

A staff member reported a rape by a known suspect to University Police on Wednesday at 10 p.m. (Not pictured on map.) A vehicle that had been reported stolen from Third Ave. and N. High St. at 9:45 p.m. on Wednesday was recovered by Grove ...

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