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Dorms reduce energy as competition comes to a close

The first-ever Campus Energy Competition, held by Ohio State Energy Partners and the Office of Student Life, ended Friday, with the top three residence halls reducing energy use by an average of nine percent. The competition began March 25 and measured energy reduction in each ...

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CCS emails show preferential treatment policy

If a student wants a mental health concern addressed quickly at Ohio State’s Counseling and Consultation Service, it might be better to show up with a parent or a professor. Internal emails obtained by The Lantern describe a policy in which students who go to ...

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Dr. J leaves lasting legacy

As newly inaugurated Undergraduate Student Government leaders Shamina Merchant and Shawn Semmler met with Dr. J for the first of weekly meetings at Sloopy’s Diner in April 2018, a server came up to the three of them and asked for their drink order. When it ...

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Annual service project works toward sustainability

As awareness for sustainability increases, Ohio State students are stepping up to help educate and initiate change on campus. Pay It Forward’s fourth-annual “Spring into Service” event was held at the Ohio Union Saturday, bringing students together for a day of volunteering in the Columbus ...

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New dorm competition aims to reduce energy consumption

Ohio State Energy Partners and the Office of Student Life are bringing a new energy competition to residence halls Monday to encourage students to reduce energy. ENGIE, the university’s energy provider, is kicking off its first Campus Energy Competition that will measure and compare energy ...

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