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Daily happy hours help students save money

  Happy hour is arguably the best thing to ever happen to college students. We love our food and alcohol, and we hate spending money — because we don’t have it. Plenty of restaurants and bars around campus offer happy hours, making it possible for ...

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Senator Brown makes nonpartisan campus visit


U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, a Democrat from Ohio, visited Ohio State on Tuesday for an event held jointly by the John Glenn College of Public Affairs and Moritz College of Law. The visit, part of the colleges’ Congressional Conversations series, was meant to promote the ...

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CAPA offers $5 tickets for younger audiences

The Columbus Symphony performs at the Ohio Theatre. Credit: Courtesy of Stephen Pariser

Students can now experience fine arts performances without the fine arts prices. CAPA recently announced its 2016-17 All Access performance schedule. The All Access ticket program offers $5 tickets to people ages 13 to 25. Along with CAPA theater events, the organization’s resident performance groups ...

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Ohio State: Get off my lawn


You’ve probably seen them, you may have even contributed to them: green areas at Ohio State that have been reduced to muddy walkways. “We call them cow paths,” said Paul Walsh, the assistant director of landscape services at OSU. For the past year and half, ...

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Gallery: Mac and Cheese Festival

Mac and Cheese Festival workers serve attendees on Oct. 14. Credit: Yini Liu | For The Lantern

      The first Columbus mac and cheese festival took place on Friday at Easton Town Center. The sold-out event featured 18 restaurants offering samples, with proceeds to benefit adolescent and young adult cancer research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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