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Paving a path for scooters on campus

Rental scooters have garnered national headlines as they sweep into communities across the country, receiving mixed reviews. Lime, a rental bike and scooter company, announced last week it was officially operating on campus in conjunction with Ohio State after making its debut in Columbus in ...

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Merchant-Semmler administration make strides over the summer

Undergraduate Student Government President Shamina Merchant and Vice President Shawn Semmler have made substantial progress on several campaign promises since taking office in April. During their campaign, Merchant and Semmler’s platform consisted of issues regarding mental and physical wellness, inclusivity, sustainability and affordability. “We want ...

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Ohio State announces steps to fill SCE void

Ohio State announced it was dissolving its Sexual Civility and Empowerment Unit in June, leaving one less option for students affected by sexual misconduct to receive support. On Tuesday, the university announced steps to fill that void by creating a “centralized office for responding to ...

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New digital program to help finance students

As many professions move into a digital age, so do people’s bank accounts. With them? Financial planning. In accordance with this new reality, eMoney Advisor — the second-biggest wealth management platform in the U.S. — announced a revamped university program that will be partnering with ...

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Campus area crime map August 13 — 19

An incident of criminal damaging was reported to the Columbus Police as having occurred on Aug. 13 at 2:39 p.m. at the Key Bank located on 1710 N. High St. According to the online police log, $1,500 of property was damaged. The suspect kicked and ...

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