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Cutting utilities costs

You’ve lined up your house for next year; the roommates are chosen; you live close to your favorite bar academic building, and the lease is officially signed. But as you go to budget rent into your finances for next year, you realize you might have ...

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Some campus Wi-Fi spots getting an upgrade

Waiting for endless video buffering and slow file downloads could be a thing of the past after Ohio State’s Office of the Chief Information Officer upgrades more than 1,900 wireless network access points on campus. OSU’s wireless network currently has more than 9,000 access points, according ...

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FCC vote might change how companies charge for Internet

Sixty-eight percent of college students have used Netflix to binge-watch a television show, according to a study published by Student Life website studlife.com in November. But viewers’ experience on Netflix could change with the Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming decision on net neutrality, said Chris Wallace, ...

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Internet becoming a place for confessions

The video of Matthew Cordle confessing he killed a man while drunk driving has gripped the nation. With more than 2.1 million views on YouTube, the Columbus man’s video was the first confession video for the non-profit Ohio organization “Because I Said I Would.” BISIW’s ...

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