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Columbus homicides hit record-high in 2017

In a year of exciting growth and opportunity, the city of Columbus set a depressing new record: The number of homicides reached an all-time high. Last year, the city claimed 143 homicide victims, marking the deadliest year on record. The previous record-holding year was 1991, ...

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President’s Prize winner Anna Voelker’s plan

For fourth-year Anna Voelker, winning the President’s Prize is much more than receiving a cash award; it’s an opportunity to make a change she wishes to see in the world by increasing access to careers in astronomy and physics for people with disabilities and specialized ...

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Dancing into the future with AR technology

The Ohio State Dance department is bringing a new partner to the dance floor. With the help of augmented reality software from Microsoft’s HoloLens device, a dancer can read and write Laban movement notation in their own environment. The notation is a way to record ...

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