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Federal politics look to impact student debt

Whenever a new semester nears, Ohio State students make their way to Buckeye Link to make sure their fees are paid for the semester. For many students, this means accepting student loans. It is simple enough. Buckeye Link has already determined what amount needs to ...

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Ohio State program teaches community human diversity

The Anthropology Public Outreach Program started from a reaction. A few years ago, posters promoting white supremacy appeared on campus, stirring controversy across the university, including the Department of Anthropology. “We’re all humans and we all understand each other enough that we can understand differences, ...

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Campus Area Crime Map September 3 — 9

A burglary and incidence of criminal damaging was reported to the Columbus Division Police as having occurred between 9 a.m and 7 p.m. at a Neil Avenue residence near W. 8th Avenue. According to the online police log, unknown suspects entered the victim’s apartment by ...

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Ohio State moves to have lawsuits dismissed

Ohio State filed motions to dismiss in three different cases on Friday on statute of limitations grounds. The three cases were all regarding their handling of sexual misconduct allegations against former athletic trainer Richard Strauss. “While the university is responding to the legal claims filed ...

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