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Benefits of an Early Arrival Program ft. R-LEAD

Written by    Sep 18, 2017

One of the main reasons I chose Ohio State was because of what I heard on the tour: “You can make a big school feel small, but you can’t make a small school feel big.” Coming to one of the largest universities in the country, one of my highest priorities was not becoming overwhelmed by OSU’s vastness. I had heard good things from upperclassmen about […]

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College is expensive (but you get lots of things for free)

Written by    Sep 18, 2017

In college, you quickly learn that you have no money, and neither does anyone else. Luckily, companies realize this and try to gain your business by giving you free stuff (and, in total honesty, it works). OSU also works to provide you with things you might want or need without you having to hand over your cash. No matter what, it’s better to take advantage […]

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No Car, Plenty of Adventure

Written by    Sep 18, 2017

As I start the ignition, a thrilling sense of adrenaline courses through my veins. The feeling of adventure is ignited and I can only think of the hundreds of places I can go. The world feels infinite, and I am just a speck bound for endless discovery. In my hometown of Akron, Ohio, I began to take this feeling for granted. As I begin to […]

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Author, Relaxation, Student Life

Best Food Forward

Written by    Sep 15, 2017

I recently learned about an awesome new program available at Ohio State: Best Food Forward. This is a group of students who want to make it easier for students to have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and they’ve started bulk-buying groups to make it happen. Here’s how it works:

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Author, Food

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

When College Gameday Comes to Campus

Written by    Sep 14, 2017

At our university we have this saying.  It goes “ButforOhioState”.  I think this saying sums up a lot of our college experiences as Buckeyes.  This saying encompasses how our love for Ohio State drives us to make sacrifices for the betterment of our university and the betterment of our college days.  Over the past weekend I had a HUGE #butforohiostate moment. At some point during […]

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Heads up: ESPN College GameDay is coming

Written by    Sep 12, 2017

Hey Buckeyes, I hope you’re all having a great start to the year and enjoyed watching our football team kill it last week against Indiana. I have a lot of faith in this year’s team, and I hope you all do, too. I am writing today to share with you something you may already know. ESPN is coming to our campus on Saturday to host […]

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The Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards Ceremony

Written by    Sep 12, 2017

Now, most of you might be asking what the title is referring to. To be more precise, the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, according to the brochure/pamphlet, is an award that recognizes authors  “whose works confront racism and celebrate diversity.” They were established by Cleveland poet and philanthropist Edith Anisfield Wolf, and are fittingly held in Cleveland annually. But wait, why do I have the brochure? Because […]

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Author, Diversity, Recreation, Student orgs

One Year and One Week

Written by    Aug 30, 2017

I am one week into my second year at Ohio State and like the second season of any good TV show, it’s a time to build off of my growth from last year and meet new challenges. Before moving in, I figured I would not have to worry about feeling overwhelmed by classes and extracurricular activities since I had been through it before. Well, I […]

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Academics, Author, Classes, Stress, Student Life

The End (?) of a Summer Internship

Written by    Aug 28, 2017

During a few points this summer (usually around payday), I would sit at my desk at work and think about the fact that I almost skipped the interview that got me this job. The combined factor of my finals and the 500 word email my (now) boss sent me before my interview left me feeling anxious. Plus, I was up in the air for a […]

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Author, Internships, Work