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Protected bike lanes open along Summit Avenue

Cyclists commuting along portions of Summit Street might feel a bit safer as of Thursday, with the opening of the capital city’s first protected bike lanes. The two lanes are located along the west side of Summit Street between East Hudson Street and East 11th ...

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Student films hit big screen at the Gateway

The 2015 Student Film Festival is set to be held at the Gateway Film Center on Wednesday, showcasing 12 short films from OSU students. The festival is being hosted by Ohio State student organizations Film and Video Society and Mosaic Magazine, and is the second ...

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Mind reader adds to the mystery, celebration of Purim

The Jewish holiday Purim traditionally includes charity, dressing up, gift-giving and readings of the Megillah. At Ohio State, the festivities this year also include a celebrity mind reader. Eric Dittelman, a semifinalist on “America’s Got Talent,” has performed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and is ...

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FCC vote might change how companies charge for Internet

Sixty-eight percent of college students have used Netflix to binge-watch a television show, according to a study published by Student Life website studlife.com in November. But viewers’ experience on Netflix could change with the Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming decision on net neutrality, said Chris Wallace, ...

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Wex festival to project light on old films again

Many things can ruin film: Floods, fires and dirt are just a few examples. Time takes its toll, too. Reversing that process is much more difficult, and only hard work and dedication can restore a damaged film. The Wexner Center for the Arts will celebrate ...

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Fiber takes new form in Wexner Center exhibition

Fiber is for making clothes ­— not the fine arts. At least that’s a perceived attitude the Wexner Center for the Arts intends to rebuke in a new exhibition. “There has long been a bias against compositions involving fiber,” reads the curator’s statement. “Such works ...

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