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Drake responds to SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action

The Supreme Court solidified the use of affirmative action in the University of Texas’s admission process on Thursday, prompting praise from Ohio State University President Michael Drake. “For four decades, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized that diversity is a vital part of the ...

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Hillary Clinton to visit Columbus, speak on economy

Presumptive Democratic presidential Hillary Clinton will be in Columbus on Tuesday to speak on the economy, specifically on “the economic choice voters face in November,” according to an event page on her campaign website. The event is scheduled to take place from 11:30 a.m. to ...

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Ohio State study examines pay gap in STEM

A study conducted by Ohio State researchers with cooperation from the Census Bureau and the American Institutes for Research has shed new light on the pay gap between men and women in science and engineering fields. Researchers found that the chosen field of study, marriage ...

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Online calculus class attracts big numbers

How many people can take a calculus class? The limit does not exist. Calculus is a class that people take as a prerequisite for dozens of majors around campus and at colleges across the country. One course, titled Calculus One or Mooculus, functions as an ...

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