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Campus Area Crime Map April 12 – April 18

A sexual assault was reported near OSU’s campus. The incident reportedly took place between Tuesday and Thursday. (not pictured on map) 1. An assault allegedly occurred in the 1300 block of North High Street at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday. The victim reported that she was ...

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USG town hall discusses student safety

Six panelists from various safety departments around Ohio State and the city of Columbus joined forces to present information about student safety on Tuesday evening. Sunder Sai, a second-year in neuroscience and deputy director of health and safety for Undergraduate Student Government, planned the town ...

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Campus Area Crime Map April 4-11

A rape was reported on Thursday. The incident took place in a South Campus residence hall in the afternoon on Sept. 20, 2015. (Not Pictured on Map) 1. A robbery was reported in the 100 block of Chittenden Avenue just after 10:30 p.m. on April ...

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Community engages in race, policing discussion

The event Rights, Responsibilities and Relations brought together Ohio State and Columbus police officers and members of the OSU community to hold a dialogue about policing, race and safety. Sustained Dialogue at OSU hosted the open-dialogue dinner on Thursday, along with OSU’s Black Student Association ...

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Campus Area Crime Map: March 22 – 28

1. An incident of aggravated menacing was reported by a staff member in Jones Tower on March 22 shortly before 10 p.m. 2. A staff member from the Archbishop of St. Sophia Orthodox Cathedral at 1493 Indianola Ave. reported an incident of public indecency. The ...

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Ride-hailing service Lyft returns to Columbus

A little more than a year after suspending operations in Ohio’s capital city because of increased regulation of peer-to-peer transportation options, ride-hailing service Lyft has returned to Columbus. The San Francisco-based company, known for its playful, bright pink mustache logo, originally launched in Columbus in ...

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