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TEDx to focus on the human narrative

Great ideas are always worth spreading, and 13 individuals will share their ideas with a packed Mershon Auditorium this Saturday. The fourth annual TEDxOhioStateUniversity event will feature speakers from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines whose talks will fit into this year’s theme, The Human ...

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Ohio State isn’t bananas for Yonanas

Yonanas is gone for good from Ohio State’s campus. The large machines that made the ice cream-like dessert out of frozen bananas and other fruits were noticeably missing at the start of Spring Semester, and Dave Isaacs, a spokesman for Student Life, said there are ...

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Orton bells ring in 100 years

In 1915, a phone in San Francisco rang carrying a call from the other side of the country for the first time. It was also the first time the bells rang on Ohio State’s campus. Now, when almost everyone carries a cellphone, the bells are ...

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Human trafficking a close-to-home problem, expert says

President Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery in the 1860s, but it wasn’t until about 140 years later that the federal government criminalized another form of slavery, human trafficking. Human trafficking was the topic of discussion at the first of four lectures in a series called “Tuesdays @ ...

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