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Back Tracks: New releases a reminder of stellar debuts

Back Tracks is a weekly music column that studies the past, revisiting tunes that might be old but still resonate today. Overzealous analysis following stellar debut releases is, most of the time, unwarranted and undeserved. A musician’s introduction to the world feels more soulful and ...

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Ohio State student takes own spin on coffee

Routine morning cups of joe and mid-afternoon caffeine pick-me-ups can soon be supplemented with CafeButter — spreadable coffee created by Michael Arato, a fourth-year in food science. Arato said he invented the caffeinated spread with a similar consistency to Nutella when he was pondering a ...

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Throwing a (out)fit: a guide to winter fashion

When people meet me, the first thing they usually ask is something along the lines of “OK, can you leave me alone now?” But for those who stick around, the second thing they usually ask me about is how it’s possible that I successfully pull ...

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Opinion: The best movies of 2016

This wasn’t the best year for movies by any means, but when the movies shone, they did so brightly. Below is my humble list for my favorite movies of 2016 — the top 10 in order — provided I only have the access of an ...

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Ohio State alumni follow dream with FUSIAN

Ohio State alumnus Zach Weprin had always dreamt of owning his own business. The 2008 finance graduate started FUSIAN sushi in 2010 along with his brother Josh Weprin, a 2006 OSU graduate and best friend Stephan Harman. The trio were all in their early 20s ...

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English course compares rock music to poetry

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Poetry isn’t only found in old books, it’s also broadcasted on the radio. A course offered by the Ohio State Department of English looks at alternative rock lyrics as poetry. Alternative Rock Lyrics as Poems will be offered in Spring 2017 as an upper-division level ...

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