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Campus area crime map Nov. 14 – 20

While on campus on Sunday afternoon, a woman not affiliated with the university reported a rape by a known suspect to the University Police. A report of felony theft was made on Friday at 1:34 p.m. after an assortment of personal checks and cash were ...

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Staff member arrested for sexual imposition

According to an Ohio State University Police report, a male staff member was arrested for sexual imposition at the Thompson Library on Nov. 10. The arrestee, Jonathan Leidheiser-Stoddard, is a graduate teaching associate and a Ph.D candidate in the Near Eastern Languages and Cultures department ...

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Campus area crime map Nov. 7 – 13

A male student reported an assault by an unknown suspect at Smith-Steeb Hall on Friday at 1:54 a.m. A man reported a burglary incident on Thursday at 1:35 p.m. after noticing his television and laptop stolen from his home located on North Sixth Street near ...

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Campus area crime map Oct. 31- Nov. 6

A victim reported on Wednesday at 9 p.m. she was inappropriately touched at an off-campus location on December 12, 2014. (Not pictured on map) After discovering his vehicle was missing at his apartment on East 17th Avenue between North Fourth and Summit Streets, a man ...

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Living off the campus grid

Instead of fraternities and sororities, we have families. Instead of raging parties on the front lawn, a three-year-old is using the sand volleyball court as her sandbox. It may not be the John Belushi in “Animal House” kind of college experience, but the advantages of ...

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Landlords worry over future market

Whether it be an off-campus house or an apartment, second-year students will no longer be able to live off-campus with the new second-year living requirement

With the second-year living requirement now holding sophomores on campus, the lack of students out house hunting this leasing season has many landlords expressing concern: If second-year students are required to stay in the dorms, how will this affect the off-campus leasing market? According to ...

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Campus area crime map Oct. 24 – 31

On Oct. 24 at 12:20 a.m., a woman reported a theft from her motor vehicle in the 100 block of Chittenden Avenue after she discovered her car window was broken and her backpack containing a reported $1,100 worth of electronics was missing. A unaffiliated man ...

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