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Gallery: OSU wrestling celebrates 1st-ever national championship

March 29, 2015
Logan Stieber joins other OSU wrestlers in St. John Arena for a national championship celebration with fans on March 28. The Buckeyes claimed their 1st team national title in program history on March 21 in St. Louis.… Read more

New USG president and vice president transition into office

March 27, 2015
Third-year students Abby Grossman and Abby Waidelich attend class, are involved in student organizations and enjoy hanging out with friends in their free time just like many other students at Ohio State. But soon, there will be one major difference between them and the rest of the student body. On Wednesday, Grossman and Waidelich will be inaugurated as the next Undergraduate Student Government president and vice president, respectively. “First and foremost is getting ourselves transitioned and getting into meetings with administrators that we can build relationships with,” Grossman, a third-year in math education, said. Grossman and Waidelich said current USG president Celia Wright and current vice president Leah Lacure have… Read more

Oxley’s closed because of water main break

March 10, 2015
Oxley’s by the Numbers was closed Tuesday morning because of a water main break on Neil Avenue, said Dave Isaacs, spokesman for Student Life. No cold water was available in Dreese Laboratories, Enarson Classrooms Building and Tuttle Park Place Garage because of an underground water leak, Dan Hedman, Administration and Planning spokesman, said in an email. The leak also caused power to be shut down at the Maintenance Building, though it was restored by about 2:15 p.m., he added. “Crews have identified the location of the leak and are working to identify the source to repair it,” Hedman said. David Frank, a second-year in electrical and computer engineering, said he… Read more

The Arnold Sports Festival brings in 170k people for 4-day festival

For the 26th year, the Greater Columbus Convention Center and eight buildings at the Ohio Expo Center housed the nation’s largest multi-sport event: The Arnold. A new addition to the Arnold this year was the Arnold Kids Fitness Expo. There, on the Ohio Expo grounds, is where Arnold Schwarzenegger toured the festival Saturday to play pingpong  and face children in several chess matches, one of which was against 8-year-old Emma Cheng. Dozens of fans eagerly tried to catch an autograph, as the “Governator” toured the different halls and booths of the Kids Fitness Expo. Demonstrations and training were offered in several sports, such as football, chess and fencing. The competitions… Read more

Kappa Kappa Gamma under investigation for hazing incident

March 5, 2015
An Ohio State women’s fraternity has been issued a cease and desist letter from Student Conduct amid an investigation into an alleged hazing incident. The Kappa Kappa Gamma national women’s fraternity is currently investigating OSU’s Beta Nu chapter after receiving information on a hazing incident that allegedly involved members of the sorority on OSU’s campus, said Elizabeth Bailey, Kappa Kappa Gamma national fraternity vice president. “The fraternity is acting quickly and has already begun an investigation into the matter, working closely with campus and university officials,” Bailey said in an email. “The safety and security of our members are of upmost (sic) priority at this time.” Dave Isaacs, spokesman for… Read more

Students arouse their creativity in campus radio

March 4, 2015
Ben McConnell remembers the very moment someone on the Oval asked him, “Dude, do you want to be a DJ?”  Little did he know, that moment would lead to his becoming the president of the Amateur Radio Organization for Undergraduate Student Entertainment, leading and encouraging dozens of students to express themselves through their own live radio sessions. The first show deejayed by McConnell, a third-year in finance, was titled “Hypnotic Kung Fu Power Hour” and featured a mixture of punk and East Coast Rap. “I just remember being really excited to be able to do something like that at Ohio State,” McConnell said. AROUSE began at Ohio State in 2011,… Read more

Some students worried after fatal stabbing reported off campus

March 2, 2015
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  Some students are concerned about off-campus safety after a homicide was reported near Ohio State’s campus on Sunday morning. Officers responded to a report of a stabbing near Summit Street and Northwood Avenue on Sunday at about 3 a.m., according to a Columbus Police Department media release. They found 21-year-old John Austin Snyder “critically injured” in front of 2142 Summit St., the release stated. Snyder was transported to OSU’s Wexner Medical Center, but he died at approximately 4 a.m. Detectives arrested a suspect, 23-year-old Alexander N. Delap of East Frambes Avenue, and are in the process of executing a search warrant at the suspect’s residence. The investigation is still… Read more

Writers’ Block open mic keeps the poems flowing at Kafe Kerouac

February 26, 2015
At the front of the line of people waiting to pay $5 to get into Kafe Kerouac’s intimate and book-filled performance space, a man asked, “Will I be able to get back in if I leave to smoke a cigarette?” The woman collecting people’s money while taking the names of the night’s poets responded quickly: “Nope. Because once I take your five dollars, I’m going to take you to the back and chain you up.” There was a pause, then the man responded with, “Does that cost extra?” That woman is Vernell Bristow, who graduated in 1995 from Ohio State with master’s degrees in African-American studies and English literature, and… Read more

Student Legal Services brings advice to over 11K

February 18, 2015
It took Matthew Tatoczenko and his two roommates a little more than a month to get what they thought was their full security deposit refund on their Worthington Street apartment owned by NorthSteppe Realty. The tenants were originally supposed to get back $1,250, said Tatoczenko, a fourth-year in computer science and engineering, but they only got $770 back after the landlords said they needed the rest for cleaning fees. After thinking more about the situation, the roommates decided to contact Student Legal Services to help them file a lawsuit, which they won. Since its start in 2011, SLS has provided legal services for more than 11,300 students. About 34 percent… Read more

Marriage of dance and media engrained to film at Wex

February 10, 2015
“My ultimate hope would be that at the end of the show, the audience runs out screaming to Mirror Lake and jumps in, but does not set any couches on fire while doing it.” That’s what Mitchell Rose, an Ohio State assistant professor of dance, said about program he organized “Dance@30FPS.” “Dance@30FPS,” or Dance at 30 Frames Per Second, will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Wexner Center for the Arts’ Film/Video Theater. It’s a program split into two parts, Erik Pepple, spokesman for the Wexner Center, said. The first is a collection of international short films, and the second is the Columbus debut of the documentary “UPAJ:… Read more