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Across the Oval: Sorcery, sports, and salutations

With the recent passing of Alan Rickman, remembered by “Harry Potter” fans as the character Severus Snape, people might be left longing for more magic. For all those muggles, the Quidditch League at Ohio State might be the answer. The Quidditch League is a student ...

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Probation period ends for Zeta Phi Beta

Zeta Phi Beta, suspended in 2013 after a hazing incident, has completed its probation period one year after its return to campus. The sorority was reinstated and put on probation last January after a two-year suspension stemming from a hazing incident. As of Jan. 10, ...

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OSU team investigates crime scenes

Whether you are 15 years old or 52, crime drama can be appealing. It puts some people on the edge of their seat, asking “Who did it?” However, crime scene investigations are not limited just to the worlds of “CSI” and “Law and Order,” as ...

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Nike contract covers more than athletics

Ohio State and Nike Inc. reached a massive contract agreement last week that will extend the current partnership until 2033. However, the 15-year contract extension, which the university believes to be the biggest ever for a college contract, will not just benefit athletic programs. The ...

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Body Sense helps build stronger selves

Hayley Esterline sat in a circle of Ohio State students, attendees of a Body Sense meeting, in the spring of 2014. Each person was asked to produce an “I am” statement, a positive declaration about the self, such as, “I am smart,” or “I am ...

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New leadership named at Wexner Medical Center

Ohio State has chosen a new chief operations officer of the Wexner Medical Center to fill the position left by the resignation of Peter Geier in December. David McQuaid will step into the role of Wexner chief operations officer and chief executive officer of the ...

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Tuition credit continues for May session 2016

Full-time students need not worry about losing their tuition-free May Session class. Ohio State will continue to offer tuition credit for up to three credit hours of coursework this May. In an email to the College of Arts and Sciences, OSU stated that the credit ...

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