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Reinventing therapy for black women

When Gabrielle Hicks transferred to Ohio State in 2017, she knew she made the right choice, but she felt isolated without a community she could identify with during difficult life circumstances. She was studying to become a school psychologist but couldn’t bring herself to seek ...

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MakerX ties community and tech together

In an effort to celebrate the latest strides in technology, the second annual MakerX tech festival was held Saturday at the Ohio Expo Center, featuring more than 80 exhibits from across the region — including many from Ohio State. Supported entirely by volunteers, the event ...

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Walk fights stigma surrounding eating disorders

On Saturday, Body Sense OSU, a student organization that promotes body positivity, organized the ninth-annual National Association of Eating Disorders Walk in Columbus. More than 500 Ohio State students and community members gathered outside the RPAC and walked around the Oval to raise awareness about ...

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Campus area crime map April 1-7

An incident of criminal damaging was reported to the Columbus Division of Police as having occurred at 1:15 a.m. April 1 at a building on Indianola Avenue near East Norwich Avenue. According to the online police log, unknown person(s) entered a food trailer by force ...

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Lithuanian Foreign Minister visits Ohio State

Foreign dignitaries from across the world met in Washington D.C. this week to celebrate NATO’s 70th anniversary. One of them made his way to Columbus. Linas Linkevičius, Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, visited the Ohio State campus for a moderated Q&A with professor Jeff Trimble, ...

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A year in review: The Merchant-Semmler administration

As former Undergraduate Student Government President Shamina Merchant and Vice President Shawn Semmler concluded their time in office, they leave behind a number of policy achievements. In the past year, the Merchant-Semmler administration took steps to improve mental health resources on campus; increase diversity and ...

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