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Buckeye News Now: Carmen outage cripples campus

November 13, 2014
This week on Buckeye News Now we tell you what you need to know on the Carmen outage, sit down with Cole Ledford and bring you the latest update on the Mirror Lake jump.… Read more

OSU student attacked for being gay: “Love is greater than hate.”

November 11, 2014
Cole Ledford speaks to Lantern TV on his attack, and the positive aftermath that has come from his tweets surrounding the incident.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: Republicans win big, Flu season awaits, and OSU prepares for Spartans

November 6, 2014
This episode of Buckeye News Now features a recap of our Midterm Election coverage and a preview of the Buckeyes’ latest matchup against the Michigan State Spartans. We also take a look into why college students are hesitant to get the flu vaccine and why Ohio State Taylor Swift fans and pizza lovers have a reason to rejoice.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: President Drake speaks to university senate

October 30, 2014
This Buckeye News Now covers President Drake’s speech at the university senate meeting, a candlelight vigil for Ebola, the OSU-Michigan blood drive, and a look at politics in Ohio. Also check out our snowy weather forecast and a look towards this week’s game against the Fighting Illini.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: Summit Street fire leaves students stranded

October 23, 2014
This week’s Buckeye News Now features a story on fire that occurred on Summit Street. A story on a new device that has been developed by the Wexner Medical Center to reverse heart failure is also in this episode. The episode also features an Ohio State student who is competing to win $1 million in a business plan competition.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: Deadly Ebola virus hits close to home

October 16, 2014
This week’s Buckeye News Now features a story on how Ohio State plans to combat Ebola. North Campus businesses also speak out on how the construction is affecting their sales and traffic. The episode also features a peek into recent developments in a proposed mandatory drug testing law for college athletes in Ohio, as well as your weekly weather forecast and football update.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: Country music fest to play at The Shoe

October 9, 2014
This Buckeye News Now looks at the Buckeye Country SuperFest, a new rechargeable solar battery, Thad Matta’s thoughts on “Pay for Play”, and the overcrowding on CABS. There’s also your weekly football update and weather forecast.… Read more

Buckeye News Now: Rise in Illegal Textbook Downloads

October 2, 2014
This week’s Buckeye News Now features in-depth stories on the Jonathan Waters firing and the rise of illegal textbook downloads. The episode also features a peek into recent crime statistics at Ohio State, as well as your weekly weather forecast and football update.… Read more

Police: Human remains found off-campus aren’t of an Ohio State student

September 11, 2014
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Human remains taken out of an off-campus residence overnight are not believed to be those of an Ohio State student, a Columbus Division of Police spokesman said late Wednesday afternoon. The remains could have been in the home — located at the corner of East 13th Avenue and 4th Street — for up to several months, Columbus Police Sgt. Richard Weiner said. “There’s extreme decomposition that’s presenting challenges for the investigators,” he said. So far the cause of death is unknown and will require additional collection of forensic evidence, he said. “There’s nothing at this point that leads us to believe that this was a homicide, however, we are treating… Read more