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How ESA animals affect living situations on-campus

Bringing an emotional-support animal to campus is a process, one that can involve not just the owner, but potential roommates as well. Emotional-support animals, also known as therapy animals, are issued by medical professionals to provide comfort to people suffering from a wide range of ...

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How to solve gerrymandering with a game

What if one of the great political challenges of our time could be solved by playing a game? One Ohio State professor is posing that very question. Dustin Mixon, assistant professor in the department of mathematics, and Soledad Villar from New York University have come ...

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The man who keeps the lights on at Ohio State

Ohio State’s campus is always undergoing new changes. Some are constant upkeeps, while others are new buildings and projects to aid students. Seeing the freshly plowed sidewalks or feeling the heat come through vents in classrooms all seem normal and might go unnoticed, yet they ...

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Baker Hall entrances limited to main door

Ohio State Student Life Facility Services removed BuckID readers on the side doors at Baker Hall this semester to limit entrance into the residence hall to the main door. The main goal of the restricted access is to help keep students safe and closer mimic ...

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Campus area crime map Jan. 28 – Feb. 3

A felony theft was reported to the Columbus Division of Police as having occurred between 11:30 p.m. Jan. 27 and 11:15 a.m. Jan. 28 on North High Street near West Woodruff Avenue. According to the online police log, unknown suspects smashed the driver-side rear door ...

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Ohio State to give counseling to alumni of Strauss era

Ohio State announced Friday in a letter to 115,000 alumni it would cover the cost of professionally certified counseling services needed by students who attended the university during the era of Dr. Richard Strauss. With the independent investigation of Strauss nearing its completion, the university ...

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