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Suite Secret Santa

Written by    Jan 14, 2015

I’ll admit that it was sort of difficult for me to come back to campus after break. I really enjoyed being with my family, sleeping in my own room, and of course, not having classes to worry about was nice too. But there was one thing I was super excited to come back for, and it wasn’t the football game. It was the Secret Santa gift exchange […]

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A Comic End to the Semester

Written by    Dec 15, 2014

On Saturday, as a study break/reward for completing two of my final exams, I went to the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum‘s opening of their new exhibit, King of the Comics: William Randolph Hurst and 100 Years of King Features. I got to see two panels discussing comic strips: first, Brendan Burford (the Comics Editor of King Features Syndicate), Patrick McDonnell (the writer and illustrator […]

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The HoliGAYs are Here!

Written by    Dec 8, 2014

This weekend, I went to the Multicultural Center‘s Fourth Annual HoliGAY Dinner, where members of Ohio State’s LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer/questioning) community come together for a fun dinner full of yummy food, friends, and discussing our holiday traditions.

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Light Up the Lake

Written by    Dec 5, 2014

A super cool tradition at Ohio State is Light Up the Lake: an event where students gather to listen to a speaker, watch performances by a dance team and an a cappella group, and, of course, watch the trees around Mirror Lake be lit up for the holidays.

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Time and Change

Written by    Dec 1, 2014

It wasn’t until I went home for Thanksgiving that I realized how weird time is in college compared to my normal life at home. I guess I should have realized it during the first week of school, when some of my suitemates and I went to Target at 9 at night to buy cookie dough, nutella, and other yummy food for our dorm room.

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Blood drives and bake sales

Written by    Nov 14, 2014

Every November since 1982, Ohio State and That School Up North compete to see who can get more blood donations. I was really excited when I heard about this, but then I remembered that I had visited Mexico this past December, which prevented me from donating blood for a whole year.

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My “Unofficial” Parents’ Weekend

Written by    Oct 24, 2014

Although the official OSU Parent/Family Weekend is this upcoming weekend, my family came to visit me this past weekend because my dad was running in the Columbus marathon.

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Once in a Scarlet Moon

Written by    Oct 10, 2014

On Wednesday morning, I intentionally woke up at 6:15am. Why? You might ask. What could possibly be so important that I’d be loony enough to get out of my nice, warm bed and go out into the dark, cold morning for? Funny you should use the word “loony.” On Wednesday, a lunar eclipse was visible in Columbus. I made plans with a few of my suite […]

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A Challenge: Go phone-less

Written by    Oct 1, 2014

I’ll admit it: I’m a little bit addicted to my phone. I just love having so much information right at my fingertips, and I love being able to be in constant communication with all of my friends and family. So a few days ago, when I had to go to a professor’s office hours but my phone was in desperate need of charging, I was […]

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Life Lessons at the RPAC

Written by    Sep 23, 2014

I came to Ohio State to learn information from my classes, but I’ve found that I’m also learning a lot from just being on the campus. One of the places I’ve been gaining a lot of knowledge is at the RPAC fitness center. Here are two lessons I’ve learned there:

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