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‘Daily Show’ reporters dish on election 2016

The future of the Supreme Court, the fate of the Affordable Care Act, free trade, higher education and U.S. foreign policy. This election is no laughing matter — unless you work for “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” In a conference call to college reporters, ...

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Trump Jr. to campaign in Grove City

Donald Trump Jr. is set to make a stop in Grove City on Sunday, his father’s campaign announced late Saturday evening. Trump Jr. is set to campaign for his father, the Republican presidential nominee, at 2 p.m. Doors open at 12:30 p.m., according to the ...

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Mapping the off-campus construction boom

Despite a new rule requiring most second-year students to live in residence halls, housing construction is booming in the campus area. The map below highlights recently completed apartment complexes, as well as developments currently under construction. The Wellington, North High Street between East 16th and ...

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Street fight: Where to live off campus

Nick Roll: North side Living north of East 15th Avenue doesn’t get a lot of hype. It’s stereotyped as quiet, boring and not necessarily where the party is. However, after living up north for two years now, I wouldn’t choose anywhere else. It’s indisputable that ...

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Student takes a STEP toward connecting with her culture

Kelly Jones had only been out of the country once — to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. “It was really touristy,” said Jones, a third-year in health sciences. Her international experience was broadened, however, when she participated in Ohio State’s Second-year Transformational Experience program. ...

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Obama in Columbus: Vote for Clinton, stay optimistic

President Barack Obama had a clear message Tuesday evening: Vote Democrat, up and down the ballot. “Our future depends on the next seven days,” he told a crowd at a speech delivered at Capital University. When his mention of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump drew ...

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