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New lead of ‘The Bachelorette’ breaks barriers

After 33 combined seasons of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” ABC has named a black woman as its next lead for the first time in the shows’ histories.   Rachel Lindsay, a 31-year-old attorney from Dallas and a current contestant on “The Bachelor,” will star in season 13 of “The Bachelorette.”    The two shows’ lack of diversity ...

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Back Tracks: Rap gets emotional at the Grammy’s

The Grammy’s are usually a hot-and-cold topic in pop culture. Some will dismiss winning as meaning nothing from a critical or artistic standpoint, while others will tally Grammy totals when arguing over the best musicians of all time. There are valid arguments on both sides. ...

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Meditation retreats offered affordably for students

Jill Klimpel, an academic advisor for the Ohio State Departments of Political Science and Geography, strives to help students beyond their academics. Klimpel has spent the last two years working to bring affordable meditation classes to all students on campus through the Art of Living ...

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Podcast explores ‘adulting’

An Ohio State student attempts to explain what it means to be an adult through her own podcast. Veronica Skok, a fourth-year in landscape architecture, started “Technically We’re Adults” in the summer of 2016, and has since put out 13 episodes. Subjects include fashion in ...

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