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The data behind the Russia debate

The story of the 2016 election has not died, and the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report over the weekend kept the flames hot. Two Ohio State professors, instead of getting bogged down in the partisan talking points, have crunched the data on the ...

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Students to join protest of Wendy’s

The Student/Farmworker Alliance, along with farmworkers from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, will participate in a march for the national “Boot the Braids” campaign in protest of Wendy’s on Friday. The march will begin at noon at Goodale Park and will feature speakers from the ...

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Student group brings Syria discussion to campus

The Alexander Hamilton Society at Ohio State will host an event titled “The Syrian Civil War: American Policy in Syria” on Wednesday, focusing on the United States’ presence in Syria. The event will be an expert-led debate featuring Michael Singh, the Lane-Swig senior fellow at ...

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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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How does a government shutdown affect campus?

The partial shutdown of the United States government will reach its fourth week this weekend, if not reopened by Saturday. The standoff between President Donald Trump and House Democrats over funding for a border wall has lasted since Dec. 22, and though many public institutions ...

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