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Political clubs look to impact 2016 election

With less than 80 days until the 2016 presidential election, students across campus – and across the political aisle – eager to get involved in politics are in good hands. Ohio State has more than 1,200 student organizations, and multiple are devoted to the upcoming ...

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Campaign aide confirms Clinton visit set for Sunday

After multiple reports surfaced on Sunday, The Lantern was able to confirm via a campaign aide on Monday that Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are coming to Columbus after the Democratic National Convention wraps up in Philadelphia. Clinton, who is to be officially nominated as ...

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Drake responds to SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action

The Supreme Court solidified the use of affirmative action in the University of Texas’s admission process on Thursday, prompting praise from Ohio State University President Michael Drake. “For four decades, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized that diversity is a vital part of the ...

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Clinton hits Trump in Columbus speech

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was not shy about chastising Donald Trump’s proposed fiscal plans during her speech on the economy Tuesday in Columbus. Clinton spoke at the Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center to a crowd of about 200 people in the school’s automotive ...

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