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Accountability fitness group pushes limits

What started out as an accountability group that met on the weekends for workouts has become one of the fastest growing workout movements in Columbus. Created by Wittenberg University graduate Ray Watters, the Limitless Movement, an accountability and goal-setting team that provides a variety of ...

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What’s Up: Sep. 13-16

Thursday, Sept. 13 Cody Jinks, 7 p.m. at Express Live, 405 Neil Ave. The Texas-based country singer will be performing in Columbus this weekend joined by opening act, Nikki Lane. Fans can expect to hear Jinks perform songs like “Loud and Heavy” and “Must Be ...

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Ohio State program teaches community human diversity

The Anthropology Public Outreach Program started from a reaction. A few years ago, posters promoting white supremacy appeared on campus, stirring controversy across the university, including the Department of Anthropology. “We’re all humans and we all understand each other enough that we can understand differences, ...

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Campus Area Crime Map September 3 — 9

A burglary and incidence of criminal damaging was reported to the Columbus Division Police as having occurred between 9 a.m and 7 p.m. at a Neil Avenue residence near W. 8th Avenue. According to the online police log, unknown suspects entered the victim’s apartment by ...

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