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Basketball is Back!

Written by    Feb 1, 2018

Last year, I really had no desire to go to Ohio State basketball games. In addition to the arena being far from my building and games being on weeknights, the team could be best described as mediocre. But this year, things have taken a turn for the better. Under the leadership of new coach Chris Holtmann, the Buckeye basketball squad has 18 wins against just […]

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Athletics, Events

I went to John Mulaney’s show and my dreams came true

Written by    Jan 16, 2018

In case you didn’t know, comedian John Mulaney came to OSU and had a show in the Wexner Center for the Arts on his Kid Gorgeous tour. You should also know that I absolutely love John. So my lovely friend Rose brought me to his show with second row, front and center tickets. For the past month, I’ve been joking about being the person in the crowd that […]

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Events, Personal Events, Student Life

Wait – Fisher Just Impacted Food Insecurity

Written by    Nov 17, 2017

“People don’t like reading long things,” they’d say. I’d hear the echoes around me, or in my head when I’d sit down to write: “Use short paragraphs, and don’t write too much. This will be cool,” they’d whisper, “This will be fun.” Well, y’all, fine. This blog will be a little shorter than my normal ones. Mostly because as I write this, I have to […]

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Events, Food

Behind the Score with Justin Hurwitz

Written by    Nov 15, 2017

The Ohio Union Activities Board, more commonly known as OUAB, puts together many awesome FREE events for all Ohio State students. Some of their events involve bringing really cool people to campus! I had the pleasure of hearing the composer of “La La Land”, Justin Hurwitz, speak about what it was like creating the music for the award winning film. Justin Hurwitz was born in […]

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Arts, Author, Events, Personal, Student Life

Fashionably #ForTheKids

Written by    Nov 8, 2017

I’m no expert when it comes to fashion, but I knew BuckeyeThon’s annual fashion show benefiting the kids of Nationwide Children’s Hospital would not require me to be one in order to have a great time supporting the kids. And I wasn’t wrong. 🙂

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Author, Campus Life, Columbus, Events, School Spirit, Student Life, Student orgs, Why Ohio State?

Buckeye Book Community

Written by    Oct 31, 2017

No one wants to think about school over the summer, which is why most of us toss that book we received at Orientation to the side the second we get back home. I had my freshman orientation in May, but I didn’t start reading this year’s Buckeye Book Community selection (Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson) until late July. It just seemed like another thing to […]

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Events

An Evening with Leslie Odom Jr.

Written by    Oct 25, 2017

If you’ve read my previous blog posts, you probably know that I love OUAB’s (Ohio Union Activities Board) events where they bring celebrities to Ohio State (and all of the events are free!). If you know me in real life and/or follow me on Twitter, you probably know that I love “Hamilton”. So this past weekend I got to attend an event that combined two […]

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Campus Life, Events, Student Life

“Getting Out” to the Wex

Written by    Sep 29, 2017

I had wanted to see the movie Get Out for a long time. The movie received rave reviews and won several awards, was directed by Key and Peele‘s Jordan Peele, and starred The West Wing‘s Bradley Whitford. So when I got an email that the Wexner Center for the Arts would be holding a free screening of Get Out, I immediately knew it was something I couldn’t miss. […]

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Arts, Author, Events

How to: Survive the Fisher Fall Career Fair as a First or Second Year

Written by    Sep 14, 2017

At the start of the fall semester, every Fisher College of Business student knows that it’s coming: the Fisher Fall Career Fair. And although this year’s career fair already finished (it took place on September 6th in the Union), I’m hoping that my experiences and takeaways can prepare you for when you next attend the career fair. First, full disclosure, I am not a recruiter […]

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Advice, Author, Events, The Future

Gallery Hop

Written by    Sep 12, 2017

I spent my time wisely this Labor Day weekend: by going to Gallery Hop in the Short North with some friends. Gallery Hop is when the art galleries and restaurants in the Short North stay open late so that people can walk around and enjoy the artwork. It takes place on the first Saturday of every month, which means that if you’re just in Columbus during […]

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Arts, Columbus, Events, Student Life