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Landlords worry over future market

Whether it be an off-campus house or an apartment, second-year students will no longer be able to live off-campus with the new second-year living requirement

With the second-year living requirement now holding sophomores on campus, the lack of students out house hunting this leasing season has many landlords expressing concern: If second-year students are required to stay in the dorms, how will this affect the off-campus leasing market? According to ...

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Campus area crime map Oct. 24 – 31

On Oct. 24 at 12:20 a.m., a woman reported a theft from her motor vehicle in the 100 block of Chittenden Avenue after she discovered her car window was broken and her backpack containing a reported $1,100 worth of electronics was missing. A unaffiliated man ...

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Lena Dunham cancels Gateway visit

Actress and activist Lena Dunham has canceled a visit at the Gateway scheduled for Friday evening. The event was part of a series of Ohio campaign stops that were to be held on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton before weekend early voting begins ...

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Edward Snowden set to come to Ohio State via satellite

The Ohio Union Activities Board announced “Breaking the Silence with Edward Snowden,” an event to be hosted in the Ohio Union with the controversial figure joining students via video chat. Snowden is a former National Security Agency contractor who leaked classified documents from the NSA ...

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Campus area crime map Oct. 17 – 23

After discovering her vehicle was missing from the parking lot of her home on East 17th Avenue near North Fourth Street, a woman reported her car stolen to the Columbus Division of Police on Tuesday at 10 a.m. According to the report, the victim’s cell ...

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Campus area crime map Oct. 3 – 9

1. A man reported to the Columbus Division of Police his golf cart had been stolen on King Avenue on Oct. 3 at 3:30 p.m. In addition, a bag of assorted hand tools, valued at approximately $1,000, was reportedly in the golf cart and also ...

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Photo: Long’s Bookstore comes down

So long, Long’s Bookstore. The demolition of Long’s Bookstore that began Thursday marked the end of a chapter in history for the Ohio State campus area. The demolition of the North High Street landmark, located at the corner of High Street and East 15th Avenue, ...

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