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Proposed Building on East 15th Could Enable Future Development

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposed Building on East 15th Could Enable Future Development

Campus Partners has made the first move in what could be a complicated and years-long game of Tetris in the University District. The OSU-affiliated non-profit submitted plans to the University Area Review Board (UARB) last week for a 12-unit, three-story apartment and office building to be built at 66 East 15th Avenue, the site of […]

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Interview: Keith Meyers and Campus Partners on the 15th and High Plan

Brent Warren Brent Warren Interview: Keith Meyers and Campus Partners on the 15th and High Plan

In late February of this year, OSU and Campus Partners unveiled an ambitious plan for redeveloping a nine-acre area centered on the intersection of 15th Avenue and North High Street. The underlying zoning for that plan – which calls for new mixed-use development along with a public square, a hotel, and a parking garage – […]

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Record Crowd Attends 2015 Ohio State Spring Game

Chris Landauer Chris Landauer Record Crowd Attends 2015 Ohio State Spring Game

This time last year there were uncertainties on the offensive line, at running back, at linebacker, and in the defensive backfield, but one thing was clear: Braxton Miller, the two time defending Big Ten Player of the Year, would be the quarterback to lead the Ohio State Buckeye football team for the 2014 season. Coming off […]

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Partnership Between State and OSU Trains Export-Focused Interns

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Partnership Between State and OSU Trains Export-Focused Interns

Small and medium-sized companies in Ohio are looking to expand their business overseas but often don’t have the expertise to do so. Business students across the state are interested in foreign travel and culture, but rarely find the opportunity to utilize those interests in Ohio. A unique partnership between the state government and OSU is […]

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Theatre Review: Trouble in Mind is Still Cutting, Painful, Funny, and Fresh

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: Trouble in Mind is Still Cutting, Painful, Funny, and Fresh

The song “Trouble in Mind,” written by Richard M. Jones in 1924, is one of my favorite standards, with a melody that claws the back of your brain and won’t let go and lyrics where joy and grief come together in the harsh sunlight of irony like a train-wreck.  ”Trouble in mind, I’m blue / […]

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Decision on OSU Bike Share Near, Concerns Raised over Connectivity

Brent Warren Brent Warren Decision on OSU Bike Share Near, Concerns Raised over Connectivity

An Ohio State University working group, which has been working for nearly a year on a plan to bring bike sharing to campus, is planning to announce their recommendations this month. Bids were due last week from five different vendors, including CoGo, the bike share system that launched in 2013 with 30 stations and 300 […]

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Ohio State Wants Students to Fall in Love with Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Ohio State Wants Students to Fall in Love with Columbus

If you’re a new or future student at The Ohio State University, college officials want you to fall in love not just with your new school, but also with the City of Columbus as a whole. An effort to bridge the gap between “town and gown” began several years ago with the formation of a […]

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