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Video Game Review: God of War

Author’s Note God of War came out five months ago on April 20. However, a new game-plus mode came out on Aug. 20. It restarts the game from the beginning, but with level progress you’ve already made and the gear that you have collected throughout ...

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CELLOHIO to bring Bach to students

The slow-paced, soothing sounds of Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major. The iconic, upbeat rhythm of Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, Prelude. These famous compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach — and many more — will replace the standard mix of modern music ...

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Peter Plagens and The Age of Innocence

Peter Plagens’ ability to manipulate his artwork is fully exemplified by his collection titled, “The Age of Innocence.” His gallery of abstract art paintings are on full display at the Farmer Family Gallery at the Lima campus of Ohio State.   The gallery consists of ...

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Short North art installation rethinks construction

Orange barrels and cones are typically only used in construction projects, but a local artist has found a way to mold them into sculptures. Carol Boram-Hays, an assistant professor at Columbus College of Arts and Design, was commissioned by the Short North Alliance — a ...

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What’s Up: Sept. 6-9

Thursday Sept. 6 Wild ‘N Out Live, 8 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Dr. Nick Cannon is bringing his popular MTV comedy improv show, Wild ‘N Out, to Columbus for the latest stop on his live tour. Cast members such as Justina Valentine, ...

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