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USG town hall discusses student safety

Six panelists from various safety departments around Ohio State and the city of Columbus joined forces to present information about student safety on Tuesday evening. Sunder Sai, a second-year in neuroscience and deputy director of health and safety for Undergraduate Student Government, planned the town ...

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USG to host safety town hall

Ohio State’s Undergraduate Student Government is set to address current issues revolving around student safety during a town hall panel consisting of public safety professionals from across campus and Columbus at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The event will provide students with a way to interact ...

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New University Police officers receive badges

The Ohio State University Police held a badge pinning ceremony for Kyle Yeager, Chris Dzubak and Bruce Allen, the recently sworn-in officers who joined the force on Feb. 10. The service, which was held on Friday, marks the end of the officers’ classroom training, Acting ...

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University Police welcomes three new officers

Ohio State officially welcomed three new police officers into the ranks of the University Police on Tuesday. Kyle Yeager, Chris Dzubak and Bruce Allen were sworn in by Andraea Douglass, senior vice president of Talent, Culture and Human Resources. Acting Police Chief Craig Stone said ...

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Roommate rants

For some students, college is the beginning of the horror-story roommate: a prospect that haunts many incoming freshmen. Some students do not believe the bad roommate will come into their lives while they sift through possible roommates on Facebook or Roomsurf.com. But for some, the ...

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Chief Stone discusses Spring Semester plans

From online violence threats to additional bicycle patrol units across campus, Acting Police Chief Craig Stone said Ohio State’s University Police has had a busy Autumn Semester. Stone said he was pleased with how University Police handled many security operations in his first semester as ...

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