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U.S.-China policy and TPP panel draws students

U.S.-China policy and the Trans-Pacific Partnership were both discussed Wednesday evening at the Moritz College of Law as an auditorium filled with students listened to opposing perspectives. The event at the Saxbe Auditorium focused on the implications of the TPP and whether United States policy ...

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Former Buckeye runs for City Council

Former Ohio State wide receiver Dimitrious Stanley helped the Buckeyes win the Rose Bowl in 1997, and now he wants to help make the Buckeye capital a better city. Stanley is running for a spot on the Columbus City Council and is endorsed by the ...

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Ohio State students endure weather to address climate

More than 60 Ohio State students took part in a Climate Reality Project event at the Browning Amphitheatre Friday afternoon to declare action on climate change as a part of the nationwide Know Tomorrow rally. The student-led effort joined OSU with more than 50 universities ...

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Ohio Hempfest sparks student engagement

The South Oval was filled with the sounds of live music and merchants on Sunday during Ohio Hempfest. The student organization that put on the event, For a Better Ohio, estimated that as many as 3,500 people attended throughout the course of the day. Along ...

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Group aims to blur political lines

Ohio State has a new political organization on the map. No Labels, an organization which aims to blur the lines of party affiliation and assess issues individually for “focused problem solving,” particularly in American politics, had its first meeting on Friday at the Ohio Union. ...

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