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EndHateOSU starts expression campaign

“When my professor said I read well for a black girl.” This message, scribbled on a Post-it note, joined a door-sized wall of accounts describing insensitivity experienced by students at Ohio State. The board, which welcomed students’ additions from Oct. 19 to 21 in the ...

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ArboBlitz to bring new trees to Kottman Hall

ArboBlitz 2015, an annual service learning project, will provide an opportunity for students and faculty to plant trees on campus this semester to help continue OSU’s certification in Tree Campus USA. The planting will take place at the east entrance of Kottman Hall on Friday, ...

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This week in wellness: Using yoga to de-stress

Students are halfway through the semester, and with the stress of midterms subsiding, maybe it’s time to wind down with a little yoga. The Lantern talked to Alice Adams, the group fitness coordinator for the Office of Student Life’s Recreational Sports, about students and yoga ...

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Dedication ceremony held for OSU Veteran Lounge

Ohio State veteran students now have a renovated space to call their own. On Monday the OSU Student-Veteran Lounge in Smith Lab 1132A held a dedication ceremony for the renovated space. Renovations of the lounge include updated appliances, new furniture, fresh paint and larger lockers ...

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Mysteries In Ice exhibit provides hands-on adventure

As part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Polar Archives, the Byrd Polar Research Center has opened an interactive gallery in Thompson Library for students to explore. The gallery Mysteries In Ice, an exploration in polar research and excursion, aims to help students and ...

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Student-led sit-in protests solitary confinement

Students crowd around the makeshift “cell” as Megan Secarda, a third-year in psychology, waits to enter and sit in silence for the next hour, but the sentence for a child imprisoned in the United States lasts much longer. There were almost 71,000 juveniles incarcerated in ...

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