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BuckeyeThon raises over $1.3M for the kids

A grand total of $1,338,872.37 raised for support of children treated in the Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Department at Nationwide Children’s Hospital was revealed during the commencement of BuckeyeThon 2016 on Feb. 6. Credit: Michael Huson / Campus Editor

The Ohio Union is one of the central hubs of campus. Housing numerous student organizations, eateries and meeting spaces, it usually sees many students coming in and out of its decorated doors every day. This Friday and Saturday, however, the Ohio Union experienced a colorfully ...

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Scholars debate rogue nation diplomacy

Alexander Thompson (left), associate professor of political science, and Michael Rubin (right), of the American Enterprise Institute, speak during "Playing with Fire: The Perils and Pluses of Engaging with Rogue Regimes" on Feb. 2.

The role of America’s involvement — or lack thereof — with “rogue” countries was the subject of debate Tuesday evening at Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law, where students filled an auditorium to listen to opposing perspectives. The debate, titled “Playing with Fire: The Perils ...

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Fisher School of Business celebrates centennial


Boasting a top 20 ranking as a public undergraduate business school and catering to 6,093 full-time students, the Max M. Fisher College of Business has grown since its founding as the College of Commerce and Journalism in 1916. And on March 7, Fisher will have ...

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Advocate discusses gay rights in Israel


Being openly gay in much of the Middle East is illegal and, in several countries, can be life-threatening. Israel’s gay pride parade is the only gay pride parade in the entire Middle East, drawing hundreds of thousands of people each year. The Associated Press named ...

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Theater therapy through Shakespeare


The works of William Shakespeare have long been studied for their depth, rhythm and progressiveness, but more recently, actors at Ohio State are using them for drama therapy.   Since 2012, the Shakespeare and Autism Project at OSU has worked with children on the autism ...

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OSU study follows food choices of children

A family sitting down at the dinner table for a meal. Courtesy of TNS

A new research study conducted by Ohio State professors challenged the idea that people who adopt healthy eating behaviors will naturally decrease their unhealthy eating habits. The research team led by Sarah Anderson, an associate professor of epidemiology, found that preschoolers in a low-income area in Columbus, who regularly ...

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