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Running Opportunities In and Around Campus

Written by    Jun 27, 2017

Hello fellow Buckeye runners! Hoping to find where to run on campus and join races? Looking for some running buddies? When I first came on to campus a few years ago, I wish I had known about these opportunities for running and working out on campus and in the surrounding area. Here are my recommendations for routes, races, and people to run with! Where is […]

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Athletics, Author, Columbus, Events, Recreation, Student Life, Student orgs, Why Ohio State?

NEW Leadership Ohio: A Conference on Women in Politics

Written by    Jun 6, 2017

This summer, I engaged in one of the best opportunities of my life through the NEW Leadership Ohio Conference on Women in Politics. For a week at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, I worked with my female peers and community leaders in order to learn and explore the “mysterious” political sector. In particular, we learned about what it means to run for public […]

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Academics, Activism, Advice, Advocacy, Author, Columbus, Events, Personal Events, Student orgs

SP17 – A Reflection

Written by    May 30, 2017

As my freshman year of college comes to a close, I now have more education than a lot of the rest of the world, on average. This is an amazing thing, and I am blessed to be able to learn here at Ohio State; so, I wanted to take a look back on this semester’s highs and lows. Tutoring at Metro To fulfill the requirements of […]

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Academics, Author, Classes, Columbus, Home, Internships, Personal, Personal Events, Relaxation

9 Things To Do Before Your First Class

Written by    May 23, 2017

There are way more than nine things to do before you start your first day of college, but here is a list of my top picks for what you should absolutely do to have the best first day possible!

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Academics, Advice, Author, Campus Life, Classes, Columbus, Home, Personal, School Spirit, Student Life, Why Ohio State?

Volunteering + Learning about a Cool Columbus Resource!

Written by    Apr 24, 2017

This weekend, I went with some of my friends in the LGBT sorority to volunteer at Kaleidoscope Youth Center, Columbus’s center for LGBT youth ages 12-20. Because none of us had ever been there before, we started off with a tour of the center. It’s an amazing and huge building, with a library full of LGBT-related books, a technology center, a cafe, and much more. […]

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Author, Columbus, Diversity

Another Fun Thing to do in Columbus: Escape!

Written by    Mar 29, 2017

No, I’m not talking about escaping Columbus itself. On Sunday afternoon, I went with two of my friends to Lockdown Columbus, an escape room about 15 minutes northwest of campus. For those of you who have never heard of an escape room, you’re locked in a room about the size of a large office and must find clues that lead you to unlock the door […]

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Author, Columbus, Recreation

Emergencies at Ohio State

Written by    Mar 28, 2017

Aside from the emergencies of exams and various social obligations, there are very real emergencies that happen on the Ohio State campus. While not all are as serious as the terrorist event that occurred in November, it is still important to know where to seek shelter on campus. Ohio State does a very good job of informing its faculty, staff, and students about potentially hazardous […]

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Advice, Author, Campus Life, Columbus, Student Life, Weather

Why I love Ohio State

Written by    Feb 27, 2017

Exactly one year ago I accepted my invitation to be part of The Ohio State University class of 2020. Part of me can’t believe how long ago that seems and how much I feel like I have changed. I am no longer a high school student with really not a care in a world, but now a college student who is paving her way to […]

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Athletics, Columbus, Home, Personal, School Spirit, Student Life

So, How About That Weather, Huh?

Written by    Feb 13, 2017

The past two weeks have been a whirlwind of confusion, change, and uncertainty. Morning, afternoon, and night are completely different from one another, and students are struggling to adjust to the inconsistency. I’m not talking about classes or tests. I’m talking about the weather.

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Columbus, Weather

Working in the Language Lab

Written by    Feb 9, 2017

Have you ever been to the COSI Electricity Show? You know, the one where a man with a microphone says a lot of crazy things about electricity and proceeds to make someone’s hair stand up? From a young age, I wanted to be that person up on COSI’s stage with a microphone. I might not have a microphone, but ten years later, I have found myself on COSI’s […]

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Academics, Classes, Co-curricular work, Columbus, Research, Work