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Preserving the Past as a Career: A Professional Panel for Art Grads

  Preserving the Past as a Career: A Professional Panel for Art Grads

Wondering what career opportunities are available in the arts outside of being an independent artist? Are you interested in keeping stories and cultures alive? Preservation is a field that advocates for & protects places and communities through a variety of methods, and is a career path that lends itself well to art & design. From […]

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Columbus Ranked #1 City for College Grads, According to New Study

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Ranked #1 City for College Grads, According to New Study

Columbus has been ranked yet again as one of the best cities for new college graduates. Personal finance tech company SmartAsset has pulled data from the Census Bureau to rank the top 10 cities in the country, with Columbus in the number one slot. SmartAsset looked at data related to jobs, affordability and entertainment. Metrics included […]

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Five Things the Freshman Class of 2019 Might Take for Granted in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Five Things the Freshman Class of 2019 Might Take for Granted in Columbus

First things first — if you’re starting your first year of college in Columbus this week, congratulations! Welcome to the city, graduating class of 2019! You’re bound to find plenty to overwhelm you on your campus of choice, whether it’s OSU, Columbus State, CCAD, Otterbein or elsewhere, but we hope that you also take the […]

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Columbus Named 7th Best City for Millennial College Students

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Named 7th Best City for Millennial College Students

Not only is Columbus a relatively affordable city for renters and a great city for all the single ladies, it’s also a great place for college students born roughly between 1981 and 1997 (depending on who you ask). A new survey conducted by OnlineCollege.com has ranked the top cities for Millennial college students and Columbus […]

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New Casserole Delivery Service Changing Family Dinner

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson New Casserole Delivery Service Changing Family Dinner

Old-fashioned family dinners are something of a novelty in this age. Gone, it seems, are the days where supper time also meant family catch up time: a good meal complete with face-to-face interaction and conversation. Stephanie Eakins, a certified personal chef through the United States Personal Chef Association, and lover of both comfort food and […]

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