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Ohio State alumnus freed from Egyptian prison

Ohio State graduate Mohamed Soltan was freed from an Egyptian prison Saturday and is expected to be on his way back to the United States. Soltan spent nearly two years in prison, and received a life imprisonment sentence in April. Soltan was arrested in Egypt ...

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GOP House budget seeks to freeze Pell Grant awards

The Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed its fiscal year 2016 budget Wednesday, which has been met with mixed reactions from some students and leaders. The budget was released last week by House Republicans and passed with a vote of 228-199. It included action items such as ...

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Abby Grossman and Abby Waidelich win USG election

Abby Grossman and Abby Waidelich have been elected as the Ohio State Undergraduate Student Government president and vice president for the 2015-16 academic year. Grossman, a third-year in math education who serves as USG organizational outreach director, was elected as president. Waidelich, a third-year in ...

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IFC president impeached for endorsing USG campaign

Cole Ledford, former president of the Interfraternity Council, was impeached Wednesday after promoting the campaign of Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidate Abby Grossman and vice-presidential candidate Abby Waidelich on the official IFC Twitter account. According to its website, the IFC is “the coordinating and governing ...

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