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ASCENT 2019 Cover Autumn 2019 Autumn 2018 ASCENT SP2017 cover Spring 2017 Back To School 2017 Spring 2016 Cover Spring 2016 Back To School 2016 Back To School 2016 Spring 2015 ASCENT cover. Spring 2015 ASCENT AU14 Cover Autumn 2014 Ascent SP14 Cover Spring 2014 ASCENT AU13 Cover Autumn 2013 ASCENT Back to School 2013 Cover Back to School 2013 ASCENT 2012 Highlights Cover Highlights from 2012 ASCENT SP13 Cover Spring 2013 ASCENT AU12 Cover Autumn 2012 ASCENT Back to School 2012 Cover Back to School 2012 ASCENT SP12 Cover Spring 2012 ASCENT AU11 Cover Autumn 2011 ASCENT Back to School 2011 Cover Back to School 2011 ASCENT Issue 2 2011 Cover Issue 2, 2011 ASCENT Issue 1 2011 Cover Issue 1, 2011 ASCENT Issue 1 2010 Cover Issue 1, 2010 ASCENT Issue 2 2010 Cover Issue 2, 2010 ASCENT Issue 3 2010 Cover Issue 3, 2010 Woman with flowers Using psychology to encourage long-term COVID-19 compliance A line graph showing the unemployment rate in the United States from June 2000 to June 2020, when the unemployment rate spiked at 14.7% due to the coronavirus. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Note: Shaded areas represent recession as determined b Weinberg's research finds state response had little economic harm Elisabeth Root Building bridges between Ohio State and the state health department Red cross carriers What history can teach us about pandemics Marla Berkowitz interprets for Gov. Mike DeWine during a briefing on the coronavirus. Berkowitz raises profile of interpreters at state coronavirus briefings COTA Bus Driver Declines in public transit demand show essential workers’ reliance on COTA and similar services The Lantern Beyond the newsroom: Lantern journalists step up to provide coronavirus coverage Can't Stop Columbus logo Jordan Davis and the Buckeyes behind Can't Stop Columbus Helping Arts and Sciences students find career success despite economic downturn Inside of car COVID-19 photo illustration Start your engines: How cars can kill coronavirus Goodrich Chemistry grad on the front lines of COVID-19 vaccine research Putting deliberative democracy to work during COVID-19 National Guard assists in testing process for COVID-19 Uncovering the true spread of the coronavirus in Ohio CBEC Chemistry earns Bridge Site status from American Chemical Society Christy Goodman, an audiology clinical supervisor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science, stands in her makeshift basement workshop. College clinical outreach programs persist in face of pandemic Miriti in greenhouse Planting seeds more a more diverse, equitable future in STEM Sabrina Hersi Issa. Photo credit: Deneka Peniston. Alumna links human rights and tech to support equity and justice Climate Change in Ohio Climate Change Already Making Impacts in Ohio Jeffries presenting to his daughter's class Teaching the "hard history" of slavery and racism in America Aribidposis plants at the ABRC ABRC combating plant blindness, educating on climate change Norah Zuniga Shaw, a professor in the Department of Dance and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, during a performance of Climate Gathering. Photo credit Heather Taylor. How the arts and humanities are confronting climate change Logan’s new mentoring role helps push diversity in economics forward