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New dorm competition aims to reduce energy consumption

Ohio State Energy Partners and the Office of Student Life are bringing a new energy competition to residence halls Monday to encourage students to reduce energy. ENGIE, the university’s energy provider, is kicking off its first Campus Energy Competition that will measure and compare energy ...

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Environmental club hopes to make a difference removing trees

A new environmental organization on campus is hosting its first ecological restoration project Saturday by clearing ground along the Olentangy River bank for its future tree-planting events. The international organization, Society for Ecological Restoration, started a student chapter at Ohio State in Spring 2018. Membership ...

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Second-year housing: Can students get out of the dorms?

It wasn’t until the 2016-17 school year that Ohio State implemented the second-year on-campus living policy. Students looking to live off campus for personal reasons or preference must now go through an exemption process. For Rensu Kumbhani, a second-year in computer science and engineering, living ...

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The man who keeps the lights on at Ohio State

Ohio State’s campus is always undergoing new changes. Some are constant upkeeps, while others are new buildings and projects to aid students. Seeing the freshly plowed sidewalks or feeling the heat come through vents in classrooms all seem normal and might go unnoticed, yet they ...

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New engineering complex to boost research at Ohio State

Construction of the new Biomedical and Materials Engineering Complex on North Campus is underway, with hopes of it becoming a translational building for students and researchers — meaning the work translates from research to practical application. The 124,000-square-foot complex will house both the Department of Materials ...

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