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Wintertime at OSU: A Texan’s Guide for Fellow Warm Climate Dwellers

Written by    Jan 20, 2013

1. As the weather gets chillier, take advantage of opportunities to show off how thick your blood is getting living in a cold climate.  For example, whenever it heats up to 50 degrees, say things like, “Dude, it’s so flipping hot outside” to impress all your northern friends.

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Advice, Weather


Written by    Dec 4, 2012

If you look outside the window in my dorm room, it doesn’t seem at all like December. Today, the high is 60 degrees and I walked to class in a t-shirt.

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Campus Life, Relaxation, School Spirit, Student Life, Weather


Written by    Nov 8, 2012

The hurricane happened. And it got cold.

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\\❀//✿\\❀// Spring is here! \\❀//✿\\❀//

Written by    Mar 20, 2012

Even Google is celebrating this change of seasons by changing their logo, just for today!

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Author, Campus Life, Relaxation, Weather

Will It Ever Be Winter?

Written by    Jan 25, 2012

Not that I’m complaining … I’m just, you know, worried for the environment … and all that.

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Campus Life, Personal, Weather

on snow and fun classes

Written by    Jan 16, 2012

Well, I’ve finally emerged from the cave I’ve been living in for the last month. Sorry for the hiatus! But now I am back and ready to write.

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Classes, Weather, Why Ohio State?

A Mid-Autumn Day

Written by    Nov 20, 2011

The past week has been rather drab. First there were several days where it couldn’t decide whether or not to rain, and thus did a bit of both. Then it couldn’t decide whether or not to be cold, and did a bit of both. Then the sun decided to play hide and seek with the wind, and the wind is still looking. Which means, there […]

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Campus Life, Relaxation, Weather

The Rain drops Keep Fallin’ on my Head

Written by    Nov 1, 2011

…and they keep on fallin’.

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Home, Personal, Weather

An Open Letter to Columbus Weather

Written by    Oct 8, 2011

This is kind of awkward, especially because we’ve only been together for three weeks. But I have to say, it’s not me. It’s you. I can’t put up with this bipolar personality of yours anymore.

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