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Campus Area Crime Map June 18-25

Google Crime Map, Photo Illustration by Mitch Hooper | Engagement Editor

  1. As per a text and email from the Buckeye Alert system, an armed robbery took place in the Safe Auto Garage by a suspected 30-year-old woman who stole a victim’s cell phone on Saturday at approximately 4:51 p.m. The woman is described as ...

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Drake responds to SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action

Journalists prepare for broadcasting Thursday afternoon after the Supreme Court issued its ruling on Fisher v. University of Texas. Credit: Nick Roll | Campus Editor

The Supreme Court solidified the use of affirmative action in the University of Texas’s admission process on Thursday, prompting praise from Ohio State University President Michael Drake. “For four decades, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized that diversity is a vital part of the ...

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Columbus magnate John F. Wolfe dies at 72

old Dispatch building

Philanthropist and newspaper publisher John F. Wolfe has died at the age of 72. The Columbus Dispatch reported that Wolfe, its former publisher, died Friday afternoon at the James Cancer Hospital at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. The obituary in The Dispatch credited Wolfe ...

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Chumley’s to close; last day will be Monday

Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout, from left, Hopmouth from Acradia Ales and Carlsburg are just a few of the beer selections at Hopcat in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on February 26, 2013. The city has a strong beer culture and many craft brewers. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

Students will have to pack up their schooners and put them on their shelves — Chumley’s bar is closing. The last day will be Monday, an employee told The Lantern. “As much as I hate to comment on rumors and speculation, we are closing,” said ...

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Ohio State bands join Cleveland celebration

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The Ohio State Marching Band cheered the Buckeyes on in a National Championship, and now it’ll be part of celebrating the Cleveland Cavaliers’ NBA Championship win during the parade on Wednesday. Over 100 members of the Marching and Athletic bands will depart at 6 a.m. ...

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Clinton hits Trump in Columbus speech


Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was not shy about chastising Donald Trump’s proposed fiscal plans during her speech on the economy Tuesday in Columbus. Clinton spoke at the Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center to a crowd of about 200 people in the school’s automotive ...

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Campus Area Crime Map June 12-18

Google Crime Map, Photo Illustration by Mitch Hooper | Engagement Editor

(Not pictured on the map) A female student reported domestic violence by a known suspect on June 12 at 5 p.m. near Buckeye Village. The nonaffiliated male suspect was found and placed under arrest. An officer was dispatched to a house near Indianola and Euclid avenues ...

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Hillary Clinton to visit Columbus, speak on economy

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at Caesars Palace after her victory in the Nevada Democratic Caucus on Feb. 20. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

Presumptive Democratic presidential Hillary Clinton will be in Columbus on Tuesday to speak on the economy, specifically on “the economic choice voters face in November,” according to an event page on her campaign website. The event is scheduled to take place from 11:30 a.m. to ...

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