In the archives at Ohio State, and in its libraries, the story of how women fought for the right to vote is told through pamphlets, cartoons and Lantern newspaper clippings. Explore some of these materials.
When news of a novel virus spreading in China began circulating at the beginning of 2020, student journalists from across the state of Ohio had no idea it would be the defining moment of their semester. But over the course of two months, the virus, now known as COVID-19, altered life as they knew it.
The university has seen scandal, tragedy and triumph during Drake’s tenure. From The Lantern archives, here are some of the major headlines during his time at Ohio State.
Fraternities have been a part of Ohio State’s campus since the late 1800s, and in the more than 100 years since their establishment, nothing has ever caused the university to remove a frat from campus — not even death.