My father is a proud and unwavering fan of everything Wichita State. He believes they have the best tennis team, business school, basketball team, theater program and cafeteria food. I, on the other hand, am not.
While this freeze is far from a single solution to the problem of affordability, it is a symbol of Ohio State's historic commitment to access. We are seizing this moment to hold the line on tuition for tens of thousands of Ohio students and, in doing so, leaving millions of dollars on the table.
The beauty of Columbus fashion comes in its broad appeal. Our state slogan says it well; we are at "the heart of it all." You can call us a style crossroads that blends many elements into a mild yet appealing mix.
If leaders in Washington, D.C., do not come to an agreement, we will see not just massive cuts in funding. We will see lives diminished, futures put on hold, and opportunities lost.
Two things became immediately clear after arriving at the University of Oxford for my semester abroad this fall. First was the British gastronomical preference for peas.
We all know that campaigns can be vitriolic. But none, it seems, have been as polarizing or highly charged as this. Over the past year, I have often asked myself: What has happened to the art of civility and the value of compromise?
I don't care what your party affiliation is -- seeing the President live in person is an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Founded when Abraham Lincoln believed education could lead the nation out of its darkest days, Ohio State now provides a powerful platform of interdisciplinary academic programs, world-class scholars, outstanding students, and extensive research capabilities.
The Buckeyes will also see both mobility and passing skills in quarterback Taylor Martinez that they haven't seen yet this season.
If the Buckeyes can contain the Spartan ground game and force them to pass, it could be a long day for Michigan State.
The concept is simple: Rent a car from the university motor pool and enlist a bus full of energetic students to tour Ohio. Together, we bring a piece of this great university to the people of this great state.
On this very first week of Autumn Semester at our University, I am filled, once again, with an inordinate measure of hope and optimism. As the members of our incoming class converge upon our campus, I am in awe of their spirit, exuberance, perspective, and promise.
Administrators, faculty, and community members spoke first -- driving home the point that hate crimes would not be tolerated in "our house", referring to Ohio State, and beseeching the students to organize themselves and to appeal to the university to do something about it.
For a guy projected to be a potential top five pick, Ohio State's Jared Sullinger still faces incessant questioning about whether he's a legitimate NBA starting power forward. Against a highly talented and long Kansas front line, Sullinger failed to quell those notions.
During the fall and winter months of the 2011-12 school year, Occupy Ohio State students picked up a teach-in technique, similar to that of the 1960s teach-ins, in order to hold and expand their activist base.
On Thursday, March 22, Andy commandeered a diverse group of middle-aged men, loaded us onto a Citation X jet and took us to Boston for weekend of NCAA basketball.