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Allegations surface about prominent Pelotonia rider

Pelotonia, known for its prolific fundraising to fight cancer, is now looking into whether or not a prominent rider faked his cancer diagnosis, according to a report from the Columbus Dispatch. Allegations against the unnamed man, which came to light Wednesday, not only include faking ...

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Board committee discusses University projects

The Master Planning and Facilities committee convened on Thursday to take up discussion on some ongoing, as well as future, major projects being undertaken by Ohio State. Every time the committee meets, they are presented a scorecard to keep them up to date on major ...

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Regulations on scooters are decided in Columbus

Rental scooters, which have been a big hit among students this semester, will operate under a new set of rules. The city of Columbus moved forward with new regulations for shared bikes and scooters operating in the city on Tuesday. “Shared mobility devices present a ...

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Board of Trustees: What’s on the agenda?

While it will not attract the same national attention or create the same suspense as the special session to decide Urban Meyer’s employment standing, the Ohio State Board of Trustees will convene for their regularly scheduled meetings Tuesday through Friday. Although the focal point is ...

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Paving a path for scooters on campus

Rental scooters have garnered national headlines as they sweep into communities across the country, receiving mixed reviews. Lime, a rental bike and scooter company, announced last week it was officially operating on campus in conjunction with Ohio State after making its debut in Columbus in ...

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Ohio State announces steps to fill SCE void

Ohio State announced it was dissolving its Sexual Civility and Empowerment Unit in June, leaving one less option for students affected by sexual misconduct to receive support. On Tuesday, the university announced steps to fill that void by creating a “centralized office for responding to ...

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New digital program to help finance students

As many professions move into a digital age, so do people’s bank accounts. With them? Financial planning. In accordance with this new reality, eMoney Advisor — the second-biggest wealth management platform in the U.S. — announced a revamped university program that will be partnering with ...

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