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Jemele Hill can’t stick to sports

When Jemele Hill walks behind her desk at ESPN, she knows her voice is for more than just sports. Hill came to Ohio State Tuesday night in partnership with OUAB and its “Voice Your Vision” week to speak about her experiences as an African-American woman ...

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What’s up: March 22-25

Thursday, March 22 Punk Rock Pawn Shop, 7 p.m. at Ace of Cups, 2619 N. High St. DJs will be spinning punk-rock tracks all night and prizes such as apparel, records and decor will be up for grabs. Admission is free, the event is 18 ...

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Columbus’ untold story of women’s wrestling

The Wexner Center for the Arts is uncovering Columbus’ rich history of women’s wrestling during Thursday’s premiere screening of “Lady Wrestler: The Amazing, Untold Story of African-American Women in the Ring.” The documentary chronicles the stories of Babs Wingo, Marva Scott, Ethel Johnson and Ramona ...

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Woman crush everyday: Marisa Dzwonczyk

Empathetic, creative, dynamic, witty and learning –– these are the five words High Street Style editor-in-chief Marisa Dzwonczyk chose to describe herself.   A third-year in international business with a minor in fashion and retail studies, Dzwonczyk applied to Ohio State as a psychology major ...

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Ohio State alumnus transitions to the silver screen

Brad Kuhlman has produced content for major television networks like the Discovery Channel and Travel Channel, as well as the “Jerry Springer Show,” “Judge Judy” and MTV since graduating from Ohio State in 1991. Now, the alumnus is adding a self-directed independent documentary to his ...

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Gallery Spotlight: Photo exhibition brings Italy to Ohio

Genoa, Italy, Columbus’ oldest sister city, will be visiting central Ohio on Sunday through the many faces captured by Italian photographer Emanuele Timothy Costa. Costa’s exhibition “Thousand People of Genoa” is being brought overseas as a result of Columbus City Council member Priscilla Tyson’s collaboration ...

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