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OSU’s Whimsical “7 Ways to Say I Love You” Runs Through February 18

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford OSU’s Whimsical “7 Ways to Say I Love You” Runs Through February 18

Buzzy playwright and theatre historian Adam Szymkowicz’s collection of shorts dissecting love and its challenges, 7 Ways to Say I Love You opened Thursday in a charming production directed by Kevin McClatchy. Unfortunately, sometimes charm is all the source material has going for it, and that charm has a tendency to wear thin. Six actors portray all […]

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Concert Review: The Lumineers at The Schottenstein Center

Grant Walters Grant Walters Concert Review: The Lumineers at The Schottenstein Center

Denver's folk-Americana trio proved their readiness as arena rockers on Saturday night at a near sell-out show

I’ll admit to being surprised that The Lumineers had the cachet to fill an arena, but there they were on Saturday night playing at a near-brimming Schottenstein Center. “This is a pretty special night for us. I think this is the biggest venue we’ve played this whole tour,” lead singer and principal songwriter Wesley Schultz […]

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OSU Seeking Proposals to Build 450-Unit Apartment Development on Kenny Road

Brent Warren Brent Warren OSU Seeking Proposals to Build 450-Unit Apartment Development on Kenny Road

Ohio State University is looking to turn 10 acres of farm land into a 450-unit apartment development. The Office of Planning and Real Estate posted a request for proposals (RFP) on its website Monday, seeking developers interested in building on the northeast corner of Kenny Road and Woody Hayes Drive. The RFP calls for OSU […]

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The Future of The Ohio State University

Brent Warren Brent Warren The Future of The Ohio State University

Ohio State University President Michael Drake unveiled a wide-ranging vision for the future of the Columbus campus at his annual state of the university address today. Called Framework 2.0, the plan builds upon and updates the original Framework plan, which was completed in 2010. “Planning, especially at a place like this that changes so much […]

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Near East Side Development Organization Finds New Leadership

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Near East Side Development Organization Finds New Leadership

The Near East Side’s development partnership, Partners Achieving Community Transformation (PACT), is going through some changes, including new leadership and new stages of their plan’s implementation. PACT, a collaboration between the City of Columbus, OSU, Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and Near East Side stakeholders, announced David Cofer as their new executive director. He’ll replace […]

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Opinion: OSU Attack Requires Deeper Thought and Understanding

Ibrahima Sow Ibrahima Sow Opinion: OSU Attack Requires Deeper Thought and Understanding

On Monday, November 28th, 2016, the first thought that came to my head as news from the Ohio State University campus was first being reported, was “my school is under attack”. This is different from the thoughts of many other Muslims, who were thinking “please let them not be Muslim”. The idea that as a […]

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Columbus United March Calls for Community Action

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Columbus United March Calls for Community Action

Tuesday night’s March for Justice, hosted by Columbus United, called for solidarity, inclusion, and action. Relevant not only to Donald Trump’s eventual claim of the White House, but also to the attack on OSU’s campus on Monday as well as several current controversial events, the group’s march was preceded by the release of 10 demands […]

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