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Election Day: A quick guide to Nov. 6

Election Day is approaching and students on campus should keep their eyes on three main votes they will be asked to cast. The youth vote turnout — defined as the age group 18-29 — is consistently low in the midterms, at 25 percent or lower ...

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Anti-abortion group brings JumboTron to campus

Anti-abortion group Created Equal came to campus Wednesday afternoon at the corner of College Road and Annie and John Glenn Avenue with a JumboTron that screened videos of abortions. Standing among signs depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses, representatives from Created Equal distributed promotional pamphlets ...

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Students and locals gather for anti-Kavanaugh protest

As controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavana ugh shakes the nation, students and Columbus citizens alike gathered to protest outside Thompson library Thursday evening. Hosted by the International Socialist Organization, the “Cancel Kavanaugh” protest aimed to speak out against the nomination of Kavanaugh and ...

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