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Opinion: Vote no on well-intentioned Issue 1

Issue 1 has been fostering much discussion in the lead-up to the midterm elections, and no doubt if you are even remotely plugged in to Ohio elections, you have heard about it from one or both sides. First and foremost, there is no doubt in ...

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Big names come to Ohio to sway governor race

Lindsey Graham, Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Elizabeth Warren. All household names and all powerhouse politicians for their respective parties. And all of them have been in Ohio this week to weigh in on the governor race. The Ohio governor race likely will be decided ...

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Ohio State closes higher-education policy center

Ohio State’s Center for Higher Education Enterprise, a higher-education policy center, has been shut down after its own interim director questioned its usefulness. The closure comes follows a vote by the University Senate last week and the findings in a self-study sent to the Committee ...

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Election Day: A quick guide to Nov. 6

Election Day is approaching and students on campus should keep their eyes on three main votes they will be asked to cast. The youth vote turnout — defined as the age group 18-29 — is consistently low in the midterms, at 25 percent or lower ...

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Get your Wing thing on

It is hard to go wrong with wings, but if you want the best Columbus has to offer around campus — we got you covered. Our rankings were broken down into two categories: texture and sauce. With these rankings, we decided our own personal overall ...

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LSAT entering the digital age

The LSAT will join the other major graduate school entry exams — such as the GRE and the MCAT — and move to a digital, tablet-based format in July. The Law School Admission Council, which is responsible for creating and administering the LSAT each year, ...

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