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Columbus protesters respond to Ferguson decision, demand change from Columbus police

November 26, 2014
A sensory overload had developed on the streets of Downtown Columbus Tuesday night in the name of Mike Brown and the Ferguson, Mo., uprising. Lights from police cars flashed as the cruisers blocked then-busy Broad Street, Columbus protesters initiated their first Ferguson-influenced action hollering “Hands up! Don’t Shoot!” or “No Justice, no peace! No racist police!” The event was led by several organizers, beginning with some statements near the Franklin Park Amphitheater. Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was fatally shot by police officer Darren Wilson during the day in Ferguson, Mo. on Aug. 9. Brown was unarmed. Wilson said Brown had been uncooperative after he suspected Brown had stole… Read more

Students tear fences down, jump in Mirror Lake early

November 25, 2014
  For a while, it seemed as though the ducks might make more of a splash than any students. Last year, students jumped in the lake a night early in response to a university policy change that required them to get wristbands to enter the Mirror Lake area for the traditional jump before the Michigan game. There were also fences erected around the area prohibiting entry. This year, students also jumped a night early, on Monday, to protest the fences and wristbands. As of Monday evening, more than 380 people had responded to a Facebook event for “Mirror Lake Monday” saying they were going. The event was slated to occur… Read more

Effort to Beat Michigan gets crafty

November 25, 2014
While many Ohio State students take pride in the Mirror Lake jump in anticipation of Saturday’s football game against Michigan, others choose to stay inside and craft with their Buckeye pride in mind.  On Sunday, OSU football fans gathered in the Archie Griffin Grand Ballroom West at the Ohio Union to attend the Beat Michigan Craft Night, an Ohio Union Activities Board-sponsored event. The craft night had a great turnout, said Gabby Palombaro, special events chair and a third-year in integrated language arts and English education.  Admission was free and open to the public. “We invest a lot of time in creating extraordinary experiences such as these for the students… Read more

A moment from WWII still rings strongly for alumnus ‘Doc’ Allen 70 years later

November 25, 2014
By the time the 1940 football season came around, William “Bill” Nosker was one of the most experienced members of the Ohio State football team. He was a regular starter at guard on the 1938 and ‘39 teams, the latter of which won the school’s first outright Big Ten title since Nosker was 1 year old.  He contributed to an OSU team that went 4-4 in 1940, but shortly after the season ended, he would no longer be a student. During his senior year, he decided to enlist in the Air Force, for reasons he held close to his heart. At that time, nobody knew him better than his then-future… Read more

Ohio State women’s basketball tops VCU 96-86; Amy Scullion returns

November 24, 2014
In a tight contest, the Ohio State women’s basketball team defeated Virginia Commonwealth after pulling away late in the game. OSU junior guard Ameryst Alston got the action started with a quick layup in the opening seconds of the 96-86 win. Both teams shot the ball well through the first six minutes as the game was tied, 20-20. Then a jumper from freshman guard Kelsey Mitchell sparked a 19-7 run over a span of nine minutes to take a 39-27 lead for the Buckeyes. Virginia Commonwealth outscored OSU, 16-13, in the last 5:48 of the half to make the score 52-43 as the teams headed to the locker room. The… Read more

Ohio State men’s hockey splits weekend series with Michigan State

November 24, 2014
The Ohio State men’s hockey team played a desperate brand of hockey for the entirety of its game against Michigan State on Friday night. The effort was much needed as the Buckeyes (4-7-1, 1-1-0) had dropped four of their past five games before their 3-0 win against the Spartans in Columbus. “I thought we worked hard again tonight,” OSU coach Steve Rohlik said. “I tip my cap to our guys … we challenged them to get a little bit better and I think (they) did that as a team.” Pace was the difference maker in the Buckeyes’ second conference game of the season as they hounded the Spartans (4-7-0, 1-1-0)… Read more

Ohio State women’s volleyball falls to No. 2 Wisconsin

November 24, 2014
After sweeping Iowa on Wednesday, the Ohio State women’s volleyball team was swept by No. 2 Wisconsin (25-17, 25-15, 25-22) on Friday. Despite a slow start in the first two sets, the No. 20 Buckeyes showed more aggression against the Badgers (26-2, 16-1) in the third set. OSU got its first lead of the entire match in the third set and gained a 3-0 lead to start. The Buckeyes led 15-14 at one point, but an 11-7 run by the Badgers gave them the set and match win. OSU freshman outside hitter Erin Chatman said that the team needs to bring the aggressive play from the third set to its… Read more

Opinion: Cane’s, Eddie George’s Grille among the best of gameday fare

November 24, 2014
As a sophomore, I am now more than halfway through my second Buckeye football season. Every week, I put on my colors and place a sticker my face and get ready for the heart-pounding action at game time. However, I have been surprised to find that the noise from the stands and the noise from the field sometimes don’t compare to the loud rumbling from my stomach on gameday. When I’m hungry, my stomach is the only thing I hear. Feeding that need set me on a search for the perfect gameday food spots that can satisfy me and get me ready for kickoff. So, here are my top five… Read more

Bill Nosker: the man behind the dorm

November 24, 2014
A ring. A bond between individuals or a commemoration of an achievement — a ring can symbolize either. It’s not often, however, that a single piece of jewelry can serve as a reminder of a life lived quite like it did for one American soldier.  A few years before that soldier entered the military, the young airman was undoubtedly one of the most recognizable men on the campus of Ohio State University — he participated in student government, honor societies and competed as a member of the football team for three seasons. But as of Aug. 15, 1944, the most important thing he had been involved in was World War… Read more