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May 22, 2024: How John F. Kennedy’s Grandson Became the Internet’s Premier Weirdo English John Hellmann Slate
May 22, 2024: The Last Glaciers of Indonesia Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Lonnie Thompson
May 16, 2024: The Study-Abroad Accent Might Be the Real Deal Linguistics Cynthia Clopper The Atlantic
May 15, 2024: Deeply emotional, incredibly profound: The impact of Ohio State’s prison co-education program African American and African Studies, Sociology, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Terrance Hinton, Tiyi Morris, Mary Thomas, Paul Bellair The Lantern
May 15, 2024: A wave of retractions is shaking physics Physics Brian Skinner MIT Technology Review
May 14, 2024: Something weird is happening with tornadoes Geography Jana Houser Vox
May 13, 2024: US is experiencing more tornado outbreaks, despite fewer tornado days overall, researchers say Geography Jana Houser ABC News
May 13, 2024: As a brutal genocide raged around her, Josephine smuggled 12 people to safety Sociology Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira NPR
May 9, 2024: End of El Niño may lead to more tornadoes Geography Jana Houser Associated Press
May 9, 2024: When new moms use cannabis, THC shows up in breast milk Anthropology Elizabeth Holdsworth Futurity
May 8, 2024: Tornadoes Are Coming in Bunches. Scientists Are Trying to Figure Out Why. Geography Jana Houser The New York Times
May 8, 2024: Pro-Palestine protesters want universities to divest from Israel, but that can’t happen in Ohio English Pranav Jani NPR
May 8, 2024: Student Wellness Tip: Incorporate Exercise Breaks Into Lecture Classes Psychology Scott Hayes Inside Higher Ed
May 6, 2024: Prison education programs ready to expand, but new Pell Grants slow to arrive Comparative Studies, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Mary Thomas The Hill
May 5, 2024: Study: Some types of exercise may increase anger Communication Brad Bushman NBC2 Dayton
May 2, 2024: What a decaying El Niño has to do with tornadoes in the central US Geography Jana Houser The Conversation
May 1, 2024: Distinguished OSU Professor, Susan Olesik, selected as 2024 COSI STEAM Star Chemistry and Biochemistry Susan Olesik NBC4
April 25, 2024: Columbus has a child opportunity gap Sociology Christopher Browning Axios
April 25, 2024: In-class recess for exercise is a great idea, even at the college level, OSU psychology professor finds Psychology Scott Hayes Cleveland.com
April 23, 2024: ‘Corrections’ course puts Ohio State University students inside prison Sociology Terrance Hinton NBC4
April 24, 2024: Turbulent weather puts Ohio on pace for potential tornado record season Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Aaron Wilson Ideastream Public Media
April 20, 2024: Why does smoking pot give you the munchies? Neuroscience Gary Wenk CNN
April 16, 2024: College students expand their academic experience with the incarcerated African American and African Studies, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Tiyi Morris Spectrum News 1
April 15, 2024: OSU works to expand prison education African American and African Studies, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Tiyi Morris Spectrum News 1
April 15, 2024: Black teens in Columbus tend to feel less safe in familiar white neighborhoods, study shows Sociology Christopher Browning WOSU
April 12, 2024: Sustainability exhibit at Ohio State Marion campus opens in time for Earth Week English Ben McCorkle Marion Star
April 11, 2024: Tax Day approaches, but many are waiting to file Psychology Russell Fazio
April 11, 2024: In this Rwandan village, survivors and perpetrators of the genocide live side by side Sociology Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira Ideastream Public Media
April 10, 2024: Trailblazing Comics Icon Trina Robbins Dies At Age 85 History Sydney Heifler Forbes
April 1, 2024: After 'fast start' to severe weather season, what should Ohioans expect for 2024? Geography Jana Houser Ideastream Public Media
April 1, 2024: Mellon Foundation offers Ohio State students paid internship opportunities in arts Comparative Studies, History of Art Maurice Stevens, Lisa Florman The Lantern
April 4, 2024: Ohio State Marion professor honored with Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Frances Sivakoff Marion Star
March 31, 2024: Available Light explores illness, relationships in area premiere of off-Broadway play Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Jeanine Thompson The Columbus Dispatch
April 7, 2024: Why you should wear sunscreen for the eclipse Molecular Genetics Christin Burd Business Insider
April 2, 2024: Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts' new Proscenium Theatre to house its fourth production, 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,' starting Wednesday Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Mandy Fox The Lantern
April 3, 2024: Centuries awaited: Ohio State prepares for Ohio's first total solar eclipse since 1806 Astronomy Wayne Schlingman The Lantern
April 5, 2024: From folklore to conspiracies, the history of total eclipses Comparative Studies Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth Fox News
April 5, 2024: Myths and folklore surrounding the solar eclipse Comparative Studies Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth CBS News
April 4, 2024: Just breathe: Ohio State researchers find that decreasing arousal is best for dealing with anger Communication Brad Bushman The Lantern
April 4, 2024: After 'Fast Start' to Severe Weather Season, What Should Ohioans Expect for 2024? Geography Jana Houser
March 29, 2024: Ask a scientist: OSU’s Adrienne Hopson talks citizen science and the solar eclipse Adrienne Hopson
March 27, 2024: Ohio State film experts analyze fandom culture and its psychological impacts Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Maghan Molloy Jackson The Lantern
March 20, 2024: Scientists 'Bust the Myth' That Venting Helps Reduce Anger Communication Brad Bushman Newsweek
March 20, 2024: School levies failed across central Ohio in primary election. What’s next? Political Science Vladimir Kogan NBC4
March 19, 2024: Angry? Venting to Others Probably Won't Help You Communication Brad Bushman U.S. News and World Report
March 19, 2024: LGBTQ+ Workers Want More Than Pinkwashing Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Dorian Rhea Debussy Inside Higher Ed
March 19, 2024: Ending gerrymandering? Ohio redistricting reform supporters outline problem and proposal in panel Political Science Ange-Marie Hancock Ohio Capital Journal
March 19, 2024: Total eclipse, partial failure: Scientific expeditions don’t always go as planned Astronomy Barbara Ryden Dayton Daily News
March 18, 2024: What’s at stake in Ohio’s primary election History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
March 17, 2024: Inside Hollywood’s new effort to curb gun deaths Communication Brad Bushman CNN
March 12, 2024: Purple Ohio? Parties in the former bellwether state take lessons from 2023 abortion, marijuana votes History Christopher McKnight Nichols Associated Press
March 11, 2024: Amazing diversity of today’s ants tied to rise of flowering plants Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Rachelle Adams Science
March 7, 2024: 'They do not care': Ex-officer fights for answers in pregnant teen's death, searches for missing people of color Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey USA Today
March 5, 2024: Examining opportunities for participation in women's sports Sociology Chris Knoester WOSU
March 4, 2024: “Likely to weaponize intelligence”: Experts alarmed as Trump poised to get security briefings again History Christopher McKnight Nichols Salon.com
Feb. 14, 2024: Artist laureate brings dance to Ohio State Lima, Liberty Elementary on March 7 Dance Nyama McCarthy-Brown
March 4, 2024: TEDxOhioStateUniversity highlights nine unique speakers at annual conference English, Geography Anisa Kline, Angus Fletcher The Lantern
Feb. 28, 2024: Is the greater Columbus area in tornado alley? Here's what you need to know Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Jana Houser, Aaron Wilson, Geddy Davis The Columbus Dispatch
Feb. 27, 2024: There’s no evidence of rising LGBTQ+ violent extremism or ‘trans terrorism’ Sociology Laura Dugan Poynter
Feb. 26, 2024: Ohio State hydrogen spinoff Koloma among first corporate tenants in green energy center Earth Sciences Tom Darrah Columbus Business Journal
Feb. 21, 2024: The state of police reform in Ohio History Hasan Kwame Jeffries WOSU
Feb. 20, 2024: Center for Ethics and Human Values celebrates over a decade of encouraging civic debate Philosophy Piers Turner The Lantern
Feb. 21, 2024: Decoding Life on Earth: Unveiling the Potential of Imageomics Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Tanya Berger-Wolf
Feb. 21, 2024: Houston church shooting revives claims on transgender shooters. Evidence shows they're false Sociology Laura Dugan USA Today
Feb. 19, 2024: Scientists Propose Hacking Viruses to Fight Climate Change Microbiology Matthew Sullivan Yahoo
Feb. 17, 2024: Nikki Haley's latest target on the campaign trail? Kamala Harris Political Science Ange-Marie Hancock NPR
Feb. 15, 2024: Research shows the moon is shrinking in size Astronomy Rick Pogge, Ji Wang WOSU
Feb. 13, 2024: Members of Ohio State's film community discuss what makes or breaks a Valentine's Day flick Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Linda Mizejewski The Lantern
Feb. 22, 2024: Ohio State Lima lecturer honored for her teaching excellence Philosophy Dawn Starr
Feb. 19, 2024: What to make of Ohio candidates invoking Jan. 6 conspiracy theories? Mershon Center for International Security Studies Paul Beck, Laura Dugan Ohio Capital Journal
Feb. 20, 2024: The Two-State Mirage: How to Break the Cycle of Violence in a One-State Reality Mershon Center for International Security Studies Marc Lynch Foreign Affairs
Feb. 11, 2024: Ohio State clean energy spinoff raises $246 million Earth Sciences Tom Darrah Columbus Business First
Feb. 11, 2024: Bill Gates-Backed Clean Fuel Startup Raises $246 Million To Aid Plans To Drill For Hydrogen Earth Sciences Tom Darrah Forbes
Feb. 9, 2024: Khosla leads $245M geologic hydrogen deal Earth Sciences Tom Darrah Axios
Feb. 8, 2024: Commute times increasing in many Ohio cities Geography Harvey Miller Spectrum News 1
Feb. 6, 2024: Clownfish Can ‘Count’ Stripes on Other Fish to Identify Intruders, Study Suggests Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Alonso Delgado Smithsonian Magazine
Feb. 5, 2024: WalletHub report measures racial progress by state African American and African Studies Simone Drake WCNC Charlotte
Feb. 6, 2024: Ancient 15,000-Year-Old Viruses Seen in Melting Tibetan Glaciers Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Microbiology Zhi-Ping Zhong Science Alert
Feb. 3, 2024: A 700-mph tunnel between Twin Cities and Rochester? Group wants $2M from Met Council for 'hyperloop' study. Geography Harvey Miller StarTribune
Feb 2, 2024: Not Fake News—Satire Is Helping Spread Misinformation On Social Media Communication George Pearson Forbes
Feb. 2, 2024: 'Mind-blowing' Webb Telescope images reveal 19 galaxies 'down to the smallest scales ever observed' Astronomy Adam Leroy CBS News
Feb. 3, 2024: Senate candidates release campaign finance reports Political Science David Niven Spectrum News 1
Feb. 2, 2024: Which telescope will be 1st to find alien life? Scientists have some ideas Astronomy Huihao Zhang, Ji Wang, Michael Plummer Space.com
Feb. 1, 2024: ‘Mind-blowing’ new images reveal 19 galaxies ‘down to the smallest scales ever observed’ Astronomy Adam Leroy CNN
Feb. 1, 2024: Republicans Want New Hampshire to Leave United States Political Science Paul Beck Newsweek
June 1, 2023: Average Car Insurance Cost Mathematics John Holmes WalletHub
Jan. 31, 2024: Daily Telescope: Webb telescope reveals breathtaking structure of galaxies Astronomy Adam Leroy Ars Technica
Jan. 28, 2024: 'Shakespeare and Autism Project' at Ohio State prepares to host free workshops for 10th year Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Kevin McClatchy 10TV
Jan. 21, 2024: Ancient earthen structures in Ohio become a UNESCO World Heritage Site Anthropology, Center for Ethnic Studies Brad Lepper, John Low CBS News
Jan. 23, 2024: New COVID-19 subvariant is easier to neutralize but may be better at infecting lungs Microbiology Shan-Lu Liu The Lantern
Jan. 22, 2024: Kids With More Siblings Have Poorer Mental Health, Study Finds Sociology Douglas Downey
Jan. 11, 2024: Sweetie, I’ll Be Back at 2 A.M. Psychology Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan The New York Times
Oct. 16, 2023: The Rise Of Stressful TV: Why We Can't Stop Watching Shows That Release Adrenaline Communication Sara Grady Elle
Jan. 19, 2024: Gov. DeWine supports banning delta-8 products; retailers favor enforcing age restrictions Psychology Gary Wenk Ohio Capital Journal
Jan. 18, 2024: NASA Map Reveals Freezing Temperatures Sweeping Across the US Geography Jana Houser Newsweek
Jan. 18, 2024: The Journal, Ohio State's renowned literary magazine, celebrates 50 years of spotlighting writers English Kathy Fagan The Lantern
Jan. 12, 2024: Administrator’s Suicide Leaves Campus Reeling With ‘Despair’ and ‘Disappointment’ Communication Jasmine Roberts-Crews Inside Higher Ed
Jan. 17, 2024: Ohio lawmakers want to take on deepfakes Communication Bingjie Liu Axios
Jan. 15, 2024: Clues to How Mental Stress Takes Toll on Physical Health Psychology Jasmeet Hayes U.S. News and World Report
Jan. 15, 2024: Teenagers with more siblings have worse mental health, study suggests Sociology Doug Downey The Guardian
Jan. 11, 2024: Pat McAfee Shatters Old TV Rules and Shows How Much ESPN’s Game Is Changing Communication Nicole Kraft Variety
Jan. 11, 2024: An indefatigable soldier. Martin Luther King Jr. set example for freedom, justice, equality African American and African Studies Judson L. Jeffries The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 4, 2024: Artist Arris Cohen is making a difference Urban Arts Space WOSU
Jan. 4, 2024: Learn to make vegan chocolate chip cookies with Urban Arts Space's Merijn van der Heijden Urban Arts Space Merijn van der Heijden WOSU
Jan. 5, 2024: Tickets to see Iowa's Caitlin Clark can cost hundreds. Here's why Sociology Chris Knoester Scripps News
Jan. 6, 2024: Art: The beauty of the stars and indigenous people explored in new exhibit at The Pizzuti History of Art Kris Paulsen The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 3, 2024: Software platform WildBook, partially designed by Ohio State professor, provides groundbreaking tools for biologists worldwide Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Tanya Berger-Wolf The Lantern
Jan. 3, 2024: Most people say self-control is the same as willpower. Researchers disagree Psychology Kentaro Fujita ScienceNews
Jan. 1, 2024: Ohio teaches that children born to unmarried parents are worse off. 2 districts push back Psychology Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan Cincinnati Enquirer
Dec. 19, 2023: Experts Say There's More To Black Holocaust Myth Poll Than Meets The Eye History Hasan Kwame Jeffries The Root
Dec. 17, 2023: Will lowering reading standard goals hurt Columbus City Schools third graders? Political Science Vladimir Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
Aug. 29, 2023: What Is APR? Economics Lucia Dunn WalletHub
Dec. 13, 2023: The Limits of the Word Genocide Sociology Hollie Nzitatira Slate
Dec. 12, 2023: 50+ New Year’s Facts – Traditions, Spending & More Economics Lucia Dunn WalletHub
Dec. 11, 2023: This School Board President Took Her Oath on a Stack of Contested Books. Here’s Why Political Science Vladimir Kogan Ed Week
Dec. 9, 2023: The Art of Silence Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Jeanine Thompson BBC
Dec. 8, 2023: Glass Art at Ohio State Art Jonathan Capps The Lantern
Dec. 8, 2023: Bobcats returning to parts of Ohio, a century after disappearing Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Shauna Weyrauch NBC4
Dec. 7, 2023: How Will This War End? How Can the Next One be Prevented? History Peter R. Mansoor Foreign Policy
Dec. 7, 2023: What Happened After Pearl Harbor Is a Reminder of the Danger of Stereotypes and Conspiracy Theories History Christopher McKnight Nichols TIME
Dec. 6, 2023: Antarctica’s Ice Deception: New Study Reveals Surprising Thinness of Ice Shelves Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Allison Chartrand
Nov. 27, 2023: Most Sinful Cities in America Psychology Kentaro Fujita WalletHub
Nov. 20, 2023: Rosalynn Carter was the best first lady in modern history. Here's why. African American and African Studies Judson L. Jeffries The Columbus Dispatch
Nov. 23, 2023: Wildfires gripped Canada last year. Now, US farmers are feeling the burn Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Aaron Wilson The Guardian
Nov. 13, 2023: Half of Americans against kids playing football Sociology Chris Knoester Yahoo
Nov. 14, 2023: COTA targets year-out sales tax increase for $8 billion LinkUS super-corridors Sociology Harvey Miller The Columbus Dispatch
Nov. 13, 2023: Why so many Ohio conservative counties voted for abortion rights and legalized marijuana Political Science Paul Beck Cleveland.com
Nov. 9, 2023: Counties across Ohio detail preparations for next year's total solar eclipse Astronomy Wayne Schlingman 10TV
Nov. 11, 2023: Israel is looking to World War II in its Gaza fight, and it risks taking lessons from the wrong war History Peter Mansoor Business Insider
Nov. 7, 2023: White, Brown, Pink: What Different Colors of Noise Mean and How They Can Help Learning Speech and Hearing Science Gail Whitelaw Ed Week
Nov. 8, 2023: Abortion, Not Biden, Propels Democrats to Off-Year Election Wins Political Science Paul Beck U.S. News and World Report
Nov. 6, 2023: Ohioans will soon see the next solar eclipse. Here's how you can prepare for it Astronomy Wayne Schlingman 10TV
Nov. 6, 2023: Professors adjust to help students work through current conflict History Ori Yehudai Spectrum News 1
Nov. 6, 2023: Brian Harnetty keeps the gift in motion with ‘The Workbench’ Music Brian Harnetty Matter News
Nov. 4, 2023: Nature: Ohio's Metzger Preserve harbors strange yet impressive rock formations Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Shauna Weyrauch The Columbus Dispatch
Nov. 3, 2023: Dr. Jessica Johnson: Social media often toxic for young people English Jessica Johnson LimaOhio.com
Nov. 3, 2023: The Best Way to Raise Resilient Kids, According to a New Study English Angus Fletcher TLC
Nov. 3, 2023: New book on 'Country Capitalism' argues that Southern businesses changed the world economy History Bart Elmore Yahoo
Nov. 2, 2023: Federal agency declares fish that once inhabited Big Darby Creek extinct Museum of Biological Diversity Nate Shoobs, Marc Kibbey The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 31, 2023: A video game vampire has captured the hearts of many English Rachel Stewart CNN
Oct. 25, 2023: From Bird Brain to Big Brain: Pigeons Use Methods Similar to AI to Solve Complex Problems, Study Finds! Psychology Brandon Turner The Weather Channel
Oct. 28, 2023: Pigeons solve problems the same way AI does, study says Psychology Brandon Turner Insider
Oct. 29, 2023: Ohio State theater students to perform 'She Kills Monsters' in new building Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Maranda DeBusk 10TV
Oct. 30, 2023: A Possible Crisis in the Cosmos Could Lead to a New Understanding of the Universe Astronomy David Weinberg Scientific American
Oct. 27, 2023: Political endorsements, controversial cultural issues punctuate Northeast Ohio school board races Political Science Vladimir Kogan Ideastream Public Media
Oct. 24, 2023: Why NASA’s Roman Mission Will Study Milky Way’s Flickering Lights Astronomy Scott Gaudi NASA
Oct. 24, 2023: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, Ghost Influencer English John Hellman The New York Times
Oct. 21, 2023: This Ancient Society Survived The Sahara Desert With a Single Water Source Earth Sciences Frank Schwartz
Oct. 20, 2023: Enlighten Me: ‘Country Capitalism’ and how five major corporations from the South have changed the world History Bart Elmore
Oct. 19, 2023: People in Ohio’s prisons can take liberal arts classes, thanks to an OSU program Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Mary Thomas WOSU
Oct. 16, 2023: A reflexive act of military revenge burdened the US − and may do the same for Israel History Peter Mansoor The Conversation
Oct. 17, 2023: The complicated relationship we have with Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s complicated relationship Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey Vox
Oct. 12, 2023: Total solar eclipse test run coming this weekend. Here's what to know. Astronomy Wayne Schlingman The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 6, 2023: Why Keeping Nuclear Secrets Classified Matters History, Mershon Center for International Security Studies Christopher McKnight Nichols U.S. News and World Report
Sept. 25, 2023: Grade Gaps Reflect Course Problems, Not Students’ Shortcomings Physics Andrew Heckler Inside Higher Ed
Sept. 22, 2023: Running For A School Board Seat? This Is The Most Powerful Endorsement You Can Get Political Science Vladimir Kogan University Trends
Sept. 18, 2023: Blue Jackets executive admits a ‘major misstep’ in hiring Mike Babcock, who was forced to resign Communication Nicole Kraft Associated Press
Sept. 18, 2023: OSU-Lima adds lab research into courses Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Robin Bagley
Sept. 12, 2023: Polar Pioneers: Ohio State’s Groundbreaking Repository of Antarctic Rocks Marks 20 Years Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Anne Grunow Columbus Monthly
Sept. 11, 2023: Physicists Observe ‘Unobservable’ Quantum Phase Transition Physics Brian Skinner Quanta Magazine
Sept. 7, 2023: Recruit Photo Shoots Challenge College Football Staffs Communication Nicole Kraft Forbes
Sept. 5, 2023: Dangerously Close: The Tornado-Tracking Tools and Tricks of the Trade of Real-Life Storm Chasers Geography Jana Houser Popular Mechanics
Sept. 3, 2023: This is the No. 1 way to raise a resilient kid, new study says English Angus Fletcher CNBC
Aug. 31, 2023: Political science professor breaks down study regarding ballot language Political Science Vladimir Kogan Spectrum News 1
Aug. 30, 2023: Inside Ohio’s BCI: Animation helps identify human remains ACCAD Jeremy Patterson NBC4
Aug. 14, 2023: Confronting extreme weather in the era of climate change Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, History Aaron Wilson, Bart Elmore WOSU
Aug. 30, 2023: Clicks, views and engagement: Ohio State faculty members assess influencer marketing's online evolution Communication Jasmine Roberts-Crews The Lantern
Aug. 29, 2023: Black love gets a boost on reality dating shows Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey NBC News
Aug. 23, 2023: Creative thinking skills help children overcome real-life problems English Angus Fletcher Earth.org
Aug. 21, 2023: Why The Public Strongly Supports Paying College Athletes Communication Nicole Kraft Forbes
Aug. 16, 2023: State budget funds ‘intellectual diversity’ centers at Ohio universities History, Mershon Center for International Security Studies Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
Aug. 14, 2023: What is most likely going on in Area 51? A national security historian explains why you won’t find aliens there History Christopher McKnight Nichols The Conversation
Aug. 11, 2023: From Southern roots to global dominance: The story of America's powerhouse corporations History Bart Elmore WOSU
Aug. 1, 2023: Did you get a pro-Issue 1 Buckeye Reporter in the mail? Communication Nicole Kraft Cincinnati Enquirer
Aug. 1, 2023: Here’s the gun safety video OSU researchers found makes a difference with kids Communication Brad Bushman Cleveland.com
July 31, 2023: Why Cooling Coca-Cola Warms Our Planet History Bart Elmore Inside Higher Ed
July 17, 2023: Could midwives help fill Ohio’s maternity care gaps? Some rural practitioners think so Sociology Cynthia Colen WYSO
July 10, 2023: Geoffrey Chaucer note asking for time off work identified as his handwriting English Richard Green The Guardian
6 Healthy Ways to Deal With Anger Communication Brad Bushman TIME
July 18, 2023: Ontario, Quebec to see more tornado 'fuel,' but more data needed Geography Jana Houser The Canadian Press
July 18, 2023: ‘Zombie fires’ in the Arctic: Canada’s extreme wildfire season offers a glimpse of new risks in a warmer, drier future Earth Sciences Patrick Louchouarn The Conversation
July 13, 2023: Rain brings relief, issues to farms in region Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Geddy Davis Farm and Dairy
July 13, 2023: Road rage shootings grip US as incidents soar Communication Brad Bushman News Nation
July 13, 2023: Scientists are a step closer to defining when the age of humans officially began Anthropology Nicholas C. Kawa NPR
July 12, 2023: 'It's us.' and 5 other things we must face about climate change | Ohio State experts Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Jason Cervenec, Geddy Davis, Karina Peggau, Aaron Wilson, Bryan Mark The Columbus Dispatch
July 10, 2023: Earth Is a Potato Earth Sciences C.K. Shum The Atlantic
May 25, 2023: What is ‘ethical AI’ and how can companies achieve it? Philosophy Piers Norris Turner The Conversation
June 28, 2023: 3D digital models are resurrecting lost neighborhoods Geography Harvey Miller Axios
April 13, 2023: Best Military Car Insurance Economics Jose Miguel Abito WalletHub
June 8, 2023: ‘Irrepressible Soul’ aims to capture the full Black experience Art, Arts Administration, Education and Policy Terron Banner Matter News
June 14, 2023: 2023's Best and Worst States for Working Dads Sociology Chris Knoester WalletHub
May 16, 2023: Ohio will soon offer enhanced driver’s licenses. Here’s what they are and why they were (once) controversial History, Mershon Center for International Security Studies Christopher McKnight Nichols Cleveland.com
April 30, 2023: GOP election officials walking fine line on fraud, integrity History, Mershon Center for International Security Studies Christopher McKnight Nichols Associated Press
May 12, 2023: Is Tornado Alley on the move? Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Geddy Davis 10TV
May 10, 2023: World's Largest Field Of Corn Cobs Sculptures: world record in Dublin, Ohio Art Malcolm Cochran World Record Academy
May 3, 2023: ODOT proposes adding SmartLanes to I-71 in Columbus Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller NBC4
May 1, 2023: A magazine touted Michael Schumacher's first interview in years. It was actually AI Communication Nicole Kraft NPR
May 1, 2023: Tully Monster isn't a vertebrate, so what is it? Earth Sciences Dale Gnidovec The Columbus Dispatch
April 28, 2023: Scientists reveal why people like to take selfies Psychology Lisa Libby, Zachary Niese Yahoo
April 28, 2023: Physicists See ‘Strange Matter’ Form inside Atomic Nuclei Physics Daniel Brandenburg Scientific American
April 28, 2023: When does summer start in Ohio? There's more than one answer Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Aaron Wilson The Columbus Dispatch
April 25, 2023: Majority of U.S. adults recently supported transgender athletes’ right to choose which gender they compete with Sociology Chris Knoester PsyPost
April 30, 2023: After Ohio's warm winter, will this summer be a scorcher? Here's what you need to know Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Geddy Davis and Aaron Wilson The Columbus Dispatch
April 29, 2023: Majority of U.S. adults recently supported transgender athletes’ right to choose which gender they compete with Sociology Chris Knoester PsyPost
April 29, 2023: After Black pushback, AP Black Studies Course Is Getting Another Makeover History Hasan Kwame Jeffries The Root
April 24, 2023: Tornado Alley is shifting East, putting states like Mississippi, Tennessee, and Alabama at higher risk of devastating twisters Geography Jana Houser Insider
April 24, 2023: 'No good can come from trying to get revenge': Experts share how to keep safe in road rage situation Communication Brad Bushman 12 News Phoenix
April 21, 2023: Master Regulators Enable DNA Access for Gene Expression Physics Michael Poirier Mirage News
April 21, 2023: Was Cleopatra Black? A New Netflix Series Is Reviving an Old Controversy Classics Duane Roller TIME
April 21, 2023: Technology Isn't Hurting Children's Social Skills Psychology Douglas Downey MSN
April 20, 2023: Bill partly reflections legitimate concerns, but would spark 'defensive teaching' Political Science Vlad Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
April 20, 2023: An Einstein-backed method could help us find smaller exoplanets than ever before Astronomy Scott Gaudi Popular Science
April 18, 2023: Defamation was at the heart of the lawsuit settled by Fox News with Dominion – proving libel in a court would have been no small feat Communication Nicole Kraft The Conversation
April 18, 2023: What recent tornado trends mean for Central Ohio Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Aaron Wilson Axios
April 13, 2023: Scholars: Racial Backlash Robs White Students of U.S. History History Hasan Kwame Jeffries Diverse Education
April 13, 2023: Experts weigh in on former President Donald Trump's Indictment, Impact on Republican Party Political Science Paul Beck The Lantern
April 13, 2023: These “Gorgeous” Skeletons Reveal a New Species of Ancient Bat Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Gerald Carter Inverse
April 11, 2023: Science, truth would be banned at Ohio's beloved universities if bill passes Spanish and Portuguese Maria Vitória de Rezende Grisi The Columbus Dispatch
April 11, 2023: Newly revealed properties of melanin ‘ingredient’ could advance bioelectronics Chemistry and Biochemistry Bern Kohler Ohio State News
April 11, 2023: In Ohio, Regulators Are Letting The Polluter Guide A Toxic Cleanup Chemistry and Biochemistry Nicole Karn HuffPost
April 10, 2023: Republicans Will Use Tennessee As a Playbook to Disenfranchise Black People, Expert says History Hasan Kwame Jeffries The Root
April 10, 2023: America’s Tornadoes Are Evolving, Fast Geography Jana Houser Wired
April 7, 2023: How to Tame the Endless Infinities Hiding in the Heart of Particle Physics Mathematics Ovidiu Costin Quanta Magazine
April 7, 2023: Can Trump run for president from prison? Yes, and it’s been done before. History David Stebenne Politico
April 6, 2023: Unearthing the origins of agriculture Anthropology Clark Larsen PNAS
April 6, 2023: US Facing Crisis in GPS Workforce With China Poised to Dominate Earth Sciences Michael Bevis Bloomberg
April 5, 2023: The First Women in Antarctica Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Lois Jones Discover Magazine
April 5, 2023: Columbus ranks near bottom in percentage of home ownership for black families African American and African Studies, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Simone Drake WOSU
April 5, 2023: Is Tornado Alley shifting due to climate change? Scientists explain how warming climate affects tornado activity Geography Jana Houser ABC News
April 5, 2023: Ohio State announces inaugural Artist Laureate Dance Nyama McCarthy-Brown Ohio State News
April 4, 2023: Arkansas City Surveys Tornado’s Wreckage After Direct Hit Geography Jana Houser The Wall Street Journal
April 4, 2023: NEXT: A Conversation with ChatGPT History David Staley Columbus Underground
April 3, 2023: Why Tornadoes Are So Difficult to Predict Geography Jana Houser Newsweek
April 3, 2023: Why did some dinos get so large? Bone study reveals not all giants grew alike Earth Sciences Dale Gnidovec The Columbus Dispatch
April 3, 2023: Were there ‘sundown towns’ in Central Ohio? History Hasan Kwame Jeffries WOSU
March 29, 2023: We can't predict tornadoes with high accuracy. Scientists are trying to change that Geography Jana Houser Salon.com
March 29, 2023: The triumphs of women should be celebrated this month, the month after that... African American and African Studies Judson Jeffries The Columbus Dispatch
March 28, 2023: Cincinnati Pops to perform 'Black Panther' soundtrack with the film Music Jason Buchea Local 12 Cincinnati
March 28, 2023: A focus on the why’s, how’s and treatments of TBI during Brain Injury Awareness Month. Psychology Scott Hayes, Jasmeet Hayes NBC4
March 28: Ohio State Greenhouse Atop A Parking Garage Molecular Genetics David Snodgrass, Emily Yoders-Horn PBS
March 24, 2023: Forest growing season in eastern U.S. has increased by a month Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Kellenn Callinger-Yoak Ohio State News
March 24, 2023: How moms and dads view each other as co-parents affects kids Psychology Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan Ohio State News
March 24, 2023: Ohio higher-ed bill would require instructors to teach ‘both sides’ on climate change Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Steve Rissing Energy News Network
March 21, 2023: Blood, Sweat, and Blackmail: How an Iron Curtain Tour Ruined a Rock Giant Music Danielle Fosler-Lussier Rolling Stone
March 21, 2023: Study provides insight into how culture war issues contributed to Trump’s rise to power Sociology Chris Knoester PsyPost
March 21, 2023: Road rage shootings are increasing. There were more than 500 last year, report finds. Communication Brad Bushman USA Today
March 21, 2023: 'We can’t take this lying down.' Draconian bill aimed at OSU, other colleges English Pranav Jani The Columbus Dispatch
March 20, 2023: Sorry Trekkies: Bad news about the 'real-life Planet Vulcan' Astronomy Katherine Laliotis Mashable
March 20, 2023: Recyclable? Try Refillable. The Quest For a Greener Cleaner History Bart Elmore The New York Times
March 20, 2023: The Counterinsurgent’s Curriculum History Peter Mansoor Foreign Affairs
March 17: Explore Dizzying Perspectives in Gina Osterloh’s New Solo Show, ‘Mirror Shadow Shape’ Art Gina Osterloh Columbus Monthly
March 14, 2023: NEXT: The Future Will Be Boring History David Staley Columbus Underground
March 13, 2023: Householder trial exposed dangers of dark money and lack of safeguards. Some are calling for change. Political Science Paul Beck WCBE Radio
March 13, 2023: Inside Cleveland's historically mild winter Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Geography Aaron Wilson Axios
March 10, 2023: Ohio State Study Reveals the Mental Health Benefits of Doing Good Deeds Psychology Jennifer Cheavens, David Cregg Columbus Monthly
March 10, 2023: Read Live Updates On The Ohio Train Derailment Senate Hearing Chemistry and Biochemistry Nicole Karn HuffPost
March 10, 2023: OSU study high­lights im­por­tance of mental health diagnosis for lung cancer patients Psychology Barbara Andersen Spectrum News 1
March 10, 2023: The 'Dilbert' Dilemma: A Reflection on Race Relations in America English Jessica Johnson Creators.com
March 10, 2023: Gina Osterloh expands perceptions in 'Mirror Shadow Shape' Art Gina Osterloh Art Daily
March 10, 2023: Marjorie Taylor Greene's Antifa Plan Trashed by Counter-Terrorism Experts International Studies Jeffrey Lewis Newsweek
March 9, 2023: Millions of Galaxies Emerge in New Simulated Images From NASA's Roman Physics Chris Hirata NASA
March 9, 2023: Meta doesn’t want to police the metaverse. Kids are paying the price. Communication Jesse Fox The Washington Post
March 8, 2023: Five things you should know about the Hindu festival of Holi Mathematics Bishun Pandey The Columbus Dispatch
March 8, 2023: Ohio State professor Angus Fletcher awarded U.S. Army medal for leadership training English Angus Fletcher Ohio State News
March 8, 2023: Claims that acid rain fell over Ohio farmlands after the train derailment lack evidence, experts say Geography Jana Houser Poynter
March 8, 2023: Sorry, Star Trek fans, the real planet Vulcan doesn’t exist Astronomy Katherine Laliotis Popular Science
March 7, 2023: China’s trade contracts as Western demand weakens History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC2 Dayton
March 6, 2023: As Enrollment In The Humanities Plummets Some Ask: Is The English Major Dying? English Simone Drake KPCC Los Angeles Public Radio
March 6, 2023: U.S. birds’ Eastern, Western behavior patterns are polar opposites Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Marta Jarzyna Ohio State News
March 6, 2023: Depression linked to deadly inflammation in lung cancer patients Psychology Barbara Andersen Ohio State News
March 6, 2023: The Dunk got shrunk? New study revises size estimates of fierce ancient fish Dale Gnidovec The Columbus Dispatch
March 3, 2023: Study analyzes avian cross-country biodiversity changes over a year Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Marta Jarzyna Phys.org
March 2, 2023: Why Zaya Wade’s Legal Name Change Means So Much To Us Economics Trevon Logan HuffPost
March 1, 2023: If reproductive rights amendment is approved by Ohio voters, it could still face challenges Political Science Paul Beck WCBE Radio
March 1, 2023: Where have all the candidates gone? Several KC-area school districts cancel elections Political Science Vlad Kogan Kansas City Beacon
Feb. 28, 2023: Those bright objects in the sky, explained Astronomy Wayne Schlingman ABC6
Feb. 28, 2023: Supreme Court to hear Biden’s student loan forgiveness arguments Tuesday. 3 things to know Political Science Gregory Caldeira CNBC
Feb. 28, 2023: Aces of Trades: Margaret Sumner is sharing her love of history through teaching History Margaret Sumner Marion Star
Feb. 27, 2023: DeWine's greenwashing of natural gas as a 'green energy' source | Biology Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Steve Rissing The Columbus Dispatch
Feb. 25, 2023: At the Races: Train wreck — it’s not just a metaphor Political Science Paul Beck Roll Call
Feb. 24, 2023: A New Documentary Explores a Forgotten Racial Justice Fight at Linden-McKinley High School African American and African Studies, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Simone Drake Columbus Monthly
Feb. 24, 2023: Is Earth Running Out of Freshwater? Germanic Languages and Literatures Matthew Birkhold Nautilus
Feb. 24, 2023: Ohio officials say East Palestine's water is safe. But where's the full data? Chemistry and Biochemistry Nicole Karn Cincinnati Enquirer
Feb. 22, 2023: Columbus City Council introduces legislation to create better pay equity among employers Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Sierra Austin-King The Columbus Dispatch
Feb. 21, 2023: War in Ukraine, earthquakes: Why we get compassion fatigue Communication Brad Bushman DW News
Feb. 21, 2023: Experts weigh in on potential health hazards posed by chemicals in Ohio train derailment Chemistry and Biochemistry Nicole Karn Stat News
Feb. 21, 2023: Beauty Burnout: Exploring TikTok's Effects on Self-Love and Plastic Surgery Trends Communication Kyla Brathwaite The Lantern
Feb. 19, 2023: Performing acts of kindness is a powerful tool to fight depression and anxiety, study finds Psychology Jennifer Cheavens Today
Feb. 19, 2023: Webb telescope sees once invisible structures inside spiral galaxies Astronomy Adam Leroy CNN
Feb. 15, 2023: Young Kids, Adults Use Same Brain Areas to Solve Tough Problems Psychology Zeynep Saygin U.S. News and World Report
Feb. 15, 2023: How a Child Can Become a Shooter Communication Brad Bushman Inside Higher Ed
Feb. 14, 2023: 'Starspots' could improve our understanding of habitable zones Astronomy Lyra Cao Space.com
Feb. 13, 2023: Columbus residents are divided over Black History Month-themed police cruiser History Hasan Kwame Jeffries NPR
Feb. 13, 2023: Aces of Trades: A lifelong desire to teach is being realized at Ohio State-Marion Sociology Donna Bobbitt-Zeher Marion Star
Feb. 13, 2023: Children use the same brain network as adults for tough problems Psychology Zeynep Saygin Ohio State News
Feb. 10, 2023: What to watch for when you are watching the Super Bowl: 5 essential reads Communication Nicole Kraft The Conversation
Feb. 9, 2023: Do you speak 'Ohioan?' Linguistics Kathryn Campbell-Kibler FOX28
Feb. 9, 2023: Against the Evidence: How the FTC Cast Aside the Input of Experts at Its Own Non-Compete Workshop Economics Kurt Lavetti The National Law Review
Feb. 9, 2023: Study finds much still not known about cognitive decline Sociology Hui Zheng, Kathleen Cagney Ohio State News
Feb. 8, 2023: For history and tourist dollars, the South turns to ‘civil rights trails’ History Hasan Kwame Jeffries The Washington Post
Feb. 6, 2023: Pueblo captive remembered time as prisoner of North Koreans East Asian Languages and Literatures, History Mitchell Lerner Canton Repository
Feb. 6, 2023: New exhibits at The Co feature work of women artists Art Carmen Winant Dayton Daily News
Feb. 6, 2023: What Does Glacial Melting Tell Us About Our Changing Planet? Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Allison Chartrand Earth.org
Feb. 1, 2023: Conservatives’ educational push resurrects authoritarian tactics Mershon Center for International Security Studies Brooks Marmon The Washington Post
Feb. 1, 2023: Why Groundhog Day has its roots in astronomy Astronomy Richard Pogge Salon.com
Jan. 31, 2023: Covid-19 ‘baby bump’ brought an increased US fertility rate in 2021 – but also record high preterm births Psychology Sarah Hayford CNN
Jan. 31, 2023: Aces of Trades: A love for animals turns into a career for Susan Gershman Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Susan Gershman Marion Star
Jan. 30, 2023: Some classified documents are a matter of life and death History Christopher McKnight Nichols The Irish Times
Jan. 30, 2023: Black officers can fall prey to American savagery. Tyre Nichols beating proof History judson Jeffries The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 30, 2023: Innovative Collaboration Presents New Vision of Musical Concerts Music Scott Jones WOSU
Jan. 30, 2023: The Iceberg Cowboys Who Wrangle the Purest Water on Earth Germanic Languages and Literatures Matthew Birkhold Nautilus
Jan. 26, 2023: Intra-party conflict among Ohio statehouse Republicans delays House procedures History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
Jan. 26, 2023: The Ohio History Connection has over 7,100 Native American remains. Will they be returned? Comparative Studies John Low The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 22, 2023: Digital gap in refugee community lingers through pandemic Anthropology Jeffrey Cohen Spectrum News 1
Jan. 22, 2023: Performing acts of kindness is a powerful tool to fight depression and anxiety, study finds Psychology David Cregg, Jennifer Cheavens Today
Jan. 19, 2023: The Constitutional and Moral Philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King History Hasan Kwame Jeffries National Constitution Center
Jan. 18, 2023: Here’s how GOP lawmakers in Indiana hope to address high health care costs Economics Kurt Lavetti WFYI Indianapolis
Jan. 18, 2023: New data shows a potential rise in tornadoes in U.S. after storms ravage South Geography Jana Houser Yahoo
Jan. 18, 2023: Increase in marine heatwaves expected to affect organisms at bottom of food chain, study suggests Geography Alvaro Montenegro Phys.org
Jan. 18, 2023: #BlackGirlFollowTrain creates a network for Black female content creators to support one another Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey NBC News
Jan. 17, 2023: Improving math skills among US kids could start as early as block play Psychology Nancy Krasa Fox News
Jan. 17, 2023: Opinion: We foot bill to keep Columbus' poorest families trapped and dodging bullets daily Political Science Vlad Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 16, 2023: The boring journey of Matt Yglesias Political Science Benjamin McKean The Washington Post
Jan. 16, 2023: Rise in middle-aged white 'deaths of despair' may be fueled by loss of religion, new research paper argues Economics Tamar Oostrom Morningstar
Jan. 16, 2023: Acts of Kindness Could Be Natural Antidepressants Psychology Jennifer Cheavens, David Cregg U.S. News and World Report
Jan. 13, 2023: Author Karl Whittington explores relationship between queer identities and art at Medieval Colloquium History of Art Karl Whittington The Daily Northwestern
Jan. 12, 2023: How does a child become a shooter? Research suggests easy access to guns and exposure to screen violence increase the risk Communication Brad Bushman The Conversation
Jan. 12, 2023: More one-and-done families influence the overall birth rate. Maskot via Getty Images US birth rates are at record lows – even though the number of kids most Americans say they want has held steady Sociology Sarah Hayford The Conversation
Jan. 10, 2023: Research student helps build radio source catalog Astronomy Bailee Wolf Phys.org
Jan. 10, 2023: Meet the Republicans Who Are Facing Down the Hard Right Political Science Vlad Kogan The New York Times
Jan. 10, 2023: Biden pushes controversial student loans transformation as 'forgiveness' falters Political Science Gregory Caldeira Washington Examiner
Jan. 9, 2023: What lessons can the House draw from 1923’s speaker battle? History Christopher McKnight Nichols, Maxine Wagenhoffer The Washington Post
Jan. 7, 2023: This Ancient Proto-City Was Plagued With Modern Urban Problems Anthropology Clark Spencer Larsen Discover Magazine
Jan. 6, 2023: Sports broadcasters have a duty to report injuries responsibly – in the case of NFL’s Damar Hamlin, they passed the test Communication Nicole Kraft The Conversation
Jan. 6, 2023: Global loss of glaciers more substantial than previously thought, a new study says Geography Bryan Mark Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jan. 6, 2023: Will Damar Hamlin's injury change the NFL? Why a safer game could turn away fans Communication Brad Bushman Los Angeles Times
Jan. 6, 2023: Nation thinks tackles make boys tough. Why experts say Hamlin's injuries won't change that Sociology Mariah Warner, Chris Knoester The Columbus Dispatch
Jan. 5, 2023: Football fans question safety of sport following Damar Hamiln's collapse Sociology Chris Knoester WOSU
Jan. 5, 2023: Government Scientists Discover Entirely New Kind of Quantum Entanglement in Breakthrough Physics Daniel Brandenburg Vice
Jan. 4, 2023: Containers Used As A Border Wall Are Being Removed, But At What Cost? Geography Kenneth Madsen Newsy
Jan. 3, 2023: The spy agency origins of NASA’s next powerful planet-hunting observatory Astronomy Scott Gaudi Popular Science
Jan. 3, 2023: Does Duolingo Work? Psychology Laura Wagner Tech & Learning
Dec. 22, 2022: Next Columbus schools leader faces laundry list of issues affecting districts nationwide Political Science Vlad Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
Dec. 21, 2022: Adult Children Far More Likely to Be Estranged From Dad Than Mom Sociology Rin Reczek U.S. News and World Report
Dec. 16, 2022: Adult children more likely to be estranged from dad than mom, national study finds Sociology Rin Reczek Phys.org
Dec. 16, 2022: Aging and Mindfulness Psychology Ruchika Prakash Psychology Today
Dec. 15, 2022: U.S. Postal Service to honor civil rights icon John Lewis with a 2023 postage stamp History Hasan Kwame Jeffries USA Today
Dec. 14, 2022: Not Like ‘Cable News’ Political Science Michael Neblo Inside Higher Ed
Dec. 14, 2022: Banned Books: Author Ashley Hope Pérez on finding humanity in the 'darkness' Comparative Studies Ashley Pérez Wisconsin Public Radio
Dec. 13, 2022: 5 ways FX's 'Kindred' is different from Octavia E. Butler's novel English Koritha Mitchell Mashable
Dec. 13, 2022: Ohio State researchers uses radar in the search for dark matter Astronomy John Beacom WVXU
Dec. 12, 2022: Complementary exhibits in CCAD's Beeler Gallery show the power of words Art Michael Mercil The Columbus Dispatch
Dec. 12, 2022: In some Franklin County precincts, almost everybody stayed home on Election Day Political Science Paul Beck The Columbus Dispatch
Dec. 12, 2022: As Child Care Costs Rise, Parents Make Tough Sacrifices Economics David Blau CNET
Dec. 9, 2022: WNBA star Brittney Griner's return sparks mixed reactions History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
Dec. 7, 2022: Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Will Likely Be Deemed Illegal — What To Expect Now? Political Science Gregory Caldeira AOL
Dec. 6, 2022: MarionMade!: Memorial to Marion soldiers, sailors and public servants at Marion Cemetery English Sue Oakes Marion Star
Dec. 6, 2022: Supreme Court likely to rule that Biden student loan plan is illegal, experts say. Here’s what that means for borrowers Political Science Gregory Caldeira CNBC
Dec. 5, 2022: Unlocking the Mystery of Dark Matter: Ohio State University Researchers Find Novel Approach to Detection Astronomy, Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics, Physics John Beacom Optic Flux
Dec. 5, 2022: Don’t Send That Angry Email! Communication Brad Bushman Psychology Today
Dec. 5, 2022: Social Studies Leaders Vow Not to Water Down ‘Hard History’ History Hasan Kwame Jeffries Ed Week
Dec. 1, 2022: Universities Provide Technology and Support for Student-Athletes Communication Nicole Kraft Ed Tech
Nov. 30, 2022: Why Putin May Endure Political Science John Mueller Foreign Affairs
Nov. 30, 2022: Study Shows Hormonal Contraceptives May Affect Adolescent Brain Development Psychology Benedetta Leuner Pharmacy Times
Nov. 30, 2022: 'Looking Back, Looking Forward' Conversation Views 2022 Midterm Elections With Hope History, Philosophy Dana Howard, Hasan Kwame Jeffries The Lantern
Nov. 29, 2022: Men are falling behind in college enrollment. Here’s what one N.J. school is doing about it. Sociology Claudia Buchmann NJ.com
Nov. 28, 2022: Trans OSU student: 'I urge you to defend the young people of our state' English Mica Macrae Edmiston The Columbus Dispatch
Nov. 24, 2022: How the rivalry can lead to a stronger community Sociology Chris Knoester NBC4
Nov. 23, 2022: The Bizarre Science of Children's Literature and Book Preferences Psychology Laura Wagner MSN
Nov. 23, 2022: The science on remote schooling is clear. Here’s whom it hurt most. Political Science Vlad Kogan The Washington Post
Nov. 22, 2022: Megan Thee Stallion and the movement to protect Black women Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey ABC News
Nov. 22, 2022: Lost Columbus Communities Reborn With Ghost Neighborhoods Project Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller, Yue Lin The Lantern
Nov. 19, 2022: Panelists expound on working-class history History Stephanie Shaw Tribune Chronicle (Youngstown)
Nov. 21, 2022: How to Use a Laser to Kick an Electron out of a Molecule Physics Alexandra Landsman Wired
Nov. 15, 2022: NEXT: When Will We See Electric Vehicle Infrastructure? History David Staley Columbus Underground
Nov. 14, 2022: Midterm Elections Results, Big Night For Ohio GOP, Panel Discussion Explores Election Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Wendy Smooth Ideastream Public Media
Nov. 9, 2022: 'Political neuroscience' says conservatives and liberals are wired differently Psychology Skyler Cranmer WCBE Radio
Nov. 9, 2022: Believing COVID conspiracy theories is a ‘gateway’ to other bizarre beliefs Psychology Russell Fazio Yahoo
Nov. 9, 2022: Midterm Election: Did Ohio break voter turnout records? History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
Nov. 8, 2022: Today's partisan divide is rooted in biology as much as politics Political Science Skyler Cranmer WOSU
Nov. 3, 2022: Graphic Video Of Rapper Takeoff Reveals America’s Numbness To Black Death Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey The Seattle Medium
Nov. 2, 2022: Wellness Wednesday: preparing for the flu, COVID-19 and RSV this season Psychology Zeynep Saygin WOSU
Nov. 1, 2022: Voters to determine history-making race for Ohio Governor Political Science Paul Beck The Statehouse News Bureau
Nov. 1, 2022: Majority of Americans Want Supreme Court Reform, Here's How it Could Work Political Science Lawrence Baum Voice of America
Nov. 1, 2022: Are national ‘parental rights’ groups making decisions in your local school district? Political Science Vlad Kogan Michigan Advance
Oct. 31, 2022: Madonna gives herself too much credit for the sex-positive freedom artists have today Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Treva Lindsey NBC News
Oct. 31, 2022: How This Fossil May Have Changed the Way We Think About Beavers Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Jonathan Calede Grunge
Oct. 31, 2022: Apologies from Columbus police analyzed African American and African Studies Judson Jeffries Axios
Oct. 31, 2022: Election expert weighs in on early voting, absentee numbers History Christopher McKnight Nichols NBC4
Oct. 28, 2022: You don’t need to be a parent to build meaningful relationships with kids Psychology Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan Vox
Oct. 27, 2022: Could the next pandemic emerge from melting glaciers? Data says maybe Microbiology Matthew Sullivan Deseret News
Oct. 27, 2022: Why Horror Is So Damned Fun Communication Teresa Lynch Atlas Obscura
Oct. 27, 2022: The Pandemic Led to More Babies Last Year, Not Fewer Institute for Population Research, Sociology Sarah Hayford The New York Times
Oct. 26, 2022: Earth's atmosphere could be turned into a giant dark-matter detector Astronomy, Physics John Beacom Space.com
Oct. 26, 2022: Ohio State Marion history students may help chronicle hidden courthouse documents History Margaret Sumner Marion Star
Oct. 26, 2022: Could Clarence Thomas Be Impeached? Legal Experts Weigh In Political Science Gregory Caldeira Newsweek
Oct. 24, 2022: What’s a cold war? A historian explains how rivals US and Soviet Union competed off the battlefield History Robert McMahon The Conversation
Oct. 21, 2022: Mosquito larvae launch their heads like tiny harpoons to nab prey, video reveals Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Woody Foster Live Science
Oct. 21, 2022: Consultant: Take all Columbus police hiring processes away from mayor Political Science Vlad Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 19, 2022: Columbus boardrooms lack diversity. It does not have to be that way Sociology Terrance Hinton The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 19, 2022: Tech Tuesday: Reconstructing ghost neighborhoods Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller WOSU
Oct. 17, 2022: 'Till' lays bare a palpable fear of Black mothers in white America Sociology Cynthia Colen NBC News
Oct. 14, 2022: Taco Reparations Brigade battles Mexican stereotypes on Columbus restaurant scene Spanish and Portuguese Paloma Martinez-Cruz The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 14, 2022: The sands of time show impact of great quake of Lisbon in 1775 Earth Sciences Dale Gnidovec The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 13, 2022: Literacy Is Power English Harvey Graff Inside Higher Ed
Oct. 13, 2022: The difference between race and ethnicity–and why it matters History Alice Conklin Fast Company
Oct. 12, 2022: 2022's Most & Least Politically Engaged States Political Science Nathaniel Swigger WalletHub
Oct. 10, 2022: Maternity care ‘deserts’ on the rise across the U.S., report finds Sociology Cindy Colen Stat News
Oct. 10, 2022: Tim Ryan Says J.D. Vance Lacks 'Courage,' Had 'Dignity' Taken by Trump Political Science Paul Beck Newsweek
Oct. 10, 2022: Researchers recreating lost neighborhoods Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller Spectrum News 1
Oct. 9, 2022: Redlining practices decades ago still influence life in Columbus neighborhoods Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 9, 2022: How celebrities are getting involved in Ohio’s gubernatorial, U.S. Senate campaigns Political Science Paul Beck NBC4
Oct. 9, 2022: What to expect when Ryan, Vance meet on debate stage Monday Political Science Michael Neblo NBC4
Oct. 7, 2022: Judson L. Jeffries: An unusual number of Is Black people are running for governors? African American and African Studies Judson Jeffries The Columbus Dispatch
Oct. 5, 2022: Fact check: False claim of giant human skeletons being discovered in Ohio Anthropology Mark Hubbe, W. Scott McGraw USA Today
Oct. 4, 2022: Opinion: Book bans target nonwhite authors and characters Comparative Studies Ashley Pérez Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Oct. 4, 2022: Your Child's Short Attention Span Is Actually Helping Them Learn Psychology Vladimir Sloutsky Lifehacker
Sept. 30: Review: At Fall for Dance, Resilience Takes Center Stage Dance Abby Zbikowski The New York Times
Sept. 30, 2022: Ohio Politics Explained: Students miss more class and police reform is dead Political Science Vlad Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
Sept. 22, 2022: How faculty hiring sustains inequity in academia Economics Bruce Weinberg Science
Sept. 22, 2022: New suicide hotline experiencing spike in calls Psychology Leslie Rudy NBC4
Sept. 21, 2022: 5 years on, failures from Hurricane Maria loom large as Puerto Rico responds to Fiona Anthropology Anaís Delilah Roque Antonetty Texas Public Radio
Sept. 21, 2022: Flawed Survey on the 'Liberal Arts' English Harvey Graff Inside Higher Ed
Sept. 21, 2022: Report card takeaway: Ohio still behind in math, literacy from pre-pandemic levels Political Science Vlad Kogan Dayton Daily News
Sept. 21, 2022: Narcissistic presidents get us into longer wars, according to a new study Political Science John P. Harden Salon.com
Sept. 20, 2022: The Free Market Doesn’t Guarantee Freedom for Everyone Economics Trevon Logan The Washington Post
Sept. 19, 2022: Do black holes explode? Astronomy Samir Mathur Live Science
Sept. 16, 2022: Universities Must Help the New “Lost Generation” English, History Harvey Graff Academe Blog
Sept. 15, 2022: Why you should be paying attention to Ohio Supreme Court races Geography Ningchuan Xiao Ohio Capital Journal
Sept. 14, 2022: NEXT: The Future of the Dollar Design, History David Staley Columbus Underground
Sept. 14, 2022: Gender pay gap hits university faculty Economics Bruce Weinberg Science
Sept. 13, 2022: Are black holes wormholes? Physics Samir Mathur Live Science
Sept. 12, 2022: 'Don't panic': Transportation officials discuss Intel traffic concerns Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller 10TV
Sept. 9, 2022: This Summer’s Drought Is Europe’s Worst in 500 Years. What Happened Last Time? History Samuel White The Smithsonian
Sept. 9, 2022: 'Backbone of our country': Columbus-area residents react to Queen Elizabeth II's death English, Geography Madhumita Dutta, Pranav Jani The Columbus Dispatch
Sept. 8, 2022: Geology: Ash shows ancient air Earth Sciences Dale Gnidovec The Columbus Dispatch
Sept. 8, 2022: Culturally Adapting Therapy Can Help — But Needs Further Research Psychology Daniel Strunk Undark
Sept. 7, 2022: Central Ohio leaders attend White House forum in D.C. Political Science Paul Beck NBC4
Sept. 7, 2022: ‘Days Of Our Lives’ moves to Peacock: Ohio State professor on daytime TV shift English Robyn Warhol NBC4
Sept. 5, 2022: How to avoid misinformation this election season Communication R. Kelly Garrett NBC4
Sept. 5, 2022: Gov. Mike DeWine remains frontrunner over Democrat Nan Whaley as campaign season heats up Political Science Paul Beck Cleveland.com
Sept. 1, 2022: Ohio women outpace men in new voter registration by at least 8%, studies show Political Science Lawrence Baum NBC4
Aug. 31, 2022: 2022 Labor Day Facts – Travel, Money & More Economics Randy Olsen WalletHub
Aug. 29, 2022: 'Hillbilly Elegy' Author J.D. Vance Risks Losing Republicans a Senate Seat in Ohio This Year Political Science Herb Asher People Magazine
Aug. 28, 2022: Scientists manipulated bats' social relationships — and watched them go from strangers to friends Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Gerald Carter Salon.com
Aug. 26, 2022: Read FBI's Unsealed Affidavit Justifying Trump Raid Political Science Gregory Caldeira Newsweek
Aug. 26, 2022: Hate Listening to People Chewing? You Might Have Misophonia Psychology Heather Hansen U.S. News and World Report
Aug. 25, 2022: Kyiv’s Brutalist legacy comes alive through Zoom tours by a native son Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures Ashley Bigham The Washington Post
Aug. 30, 2022: What concessions Columbus teachers got by striking Political Science Vladimir Kogan WKBN27
Aug. 30, 2022: Frustration Spurs California Parents to Run for School Boards Political Science Vladimir Kogan KCET
Aug. 24, 2022: Columbus continues as franchise and fast-food chain leader: Columbus Classical Academies English, History Harvey Graff Columbus Free Press
Aug. 23, 2022: Editorial: We’re smart enough as a city to leave Christopher Columbus alone History John Low Chicago Tribune
Aug. 23, 2022: If you’re such an effective altruist, how come you’re so rich? Political Science Emma Saunders-Hastings DNyuz
Aug. 22, 2022: Frustration Spurs California Parents To Run For School Boards Political Science Vladimir Kogan LAist
Aug. 21, 2022: Newark Earthworks: World Heritage for all vs. golf for a few English, History Richard Shiels, Elizabeth Weiser Chillicothe Gazette
Aug. 20, 2022: NEWSReporting on Parenthood Has Made Me Nervous About Having Kids Institute for Population Research, Sociology Sarah Hayford New York Folk
Aug. 19, 2022: Calmatters: Frustration Spurs California Parents To Run For School Boards Political Science Vladimir Kogan SFGATE
Aug. 19, 2022: Mom Shares Heartwarming Note From Son: 'Children See More Than You Think' Psychology Vladimir Sloutsky Newsweek
Aug. 18, 2022: Relocating Literacy in Higher Education English, History Harvey Graff Academe Blog
Aug. 18, 2022: Editors have become so wayward that academic authors need a bill of rights English, History Harvey Graff Times Higher Education
Aug. 18, 2022: Bruce Reinhart's Decision on Trump Search Affidavit Explained Political Science Gregory Caldeira Newsweek
Aug. 18, 2022: Relocating Literacy in Higher Education English, History Harvey Graff Academe Blog
Aug. 16, 2022: Somali-American candidates overcome hurdles in pursuit of Ohio Statehouse seats Languages, Literatures and Cultures Jibril Mohamed The Columbus Dispatch
Aug. 16, 2022: Polio Is Making a Comeback. Thanks, Anti-Vaxxers! History John Brooke New Haven Register
Aug. 15, 2022: Would student loan forgiveness impact the housing market? Economics Meta Brown RISMedia
Aug. 15, 2022: NEXT: The Future of Talent Design, History David Staley Columbus Underground
Aug. 15, 2022: Franklin County jail phasing out in-person visits Sociology Paul Bellair WOSU
Aug. 14, 2022: Your Body– A Temple of the Holy Spirit, or a Garbage Dump? Sociology Hui Zheng Patheos
Aug. 14, 2022: Waubonsie Valley High School working to change its imagery to better represent Potawatomi culture Comparative Studies John Low MSN
Aug. 11, 2022: Women don’t wear bikinis to battle, and other things the gaming industry is learning Communication Teresa Lynch Marketplace
Aug. 9, 2022: Harvey J. Graff, "The Literacy Myth: Cultural Integration and Social Structure in the Nineteenth Century" English, History Harvey Graff New Books Network
Aug. 7, 2022: Recreating universities for the 21st century without repeating the errors and myths of the 20th century English, History Harvey Graff Columbus Free Press
Aug. 6, 2022: Marion leaders to ride together to beat cancer in Ohio State's Pelotonia Mathematics John Maharry Marion Star
Aug. 5, 2022: These Are the Biggest Economic Risks Ahead Economics Trevon Logan Bloomberg
Aug. 4, 2022: An easier and safer way to synthesize medicines Chemistry and Biochemistry David Nagib Ohio State News
Aug. 4, 2022: How Young People Have Changed English, History Harvey Graff Inside Higher Ed
Aug. 3, 2022: Reckless On The Road: What can be done to make Columbus streets safer? Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller ABC6
Aug. 3, 2022: Judge to decide whether Ohio State Marion faculty can form first faculty union Art Scot Kaplan Marion Star
Aug. 2, 2022: 'Eyebrow-raising' proposed charter changes could chuck objectivity in city hiring Political Science Vladimir Kogan The Columbus Dispatch
July 31, 2022: ‘Filling the void of the virosphere’ Microbiology Matthew Sullivan ASBMB Today
July 31, 2022: Early America’s complicated history with abortion access English Molly Farrell PBS
July 29, 2022: Ohio bill could lower unemployment income requirement Economics Bruce Weinberg NBC4
July 29, 2022: How big agriculture is taking over our diets History Bart Elmore DW News
July 28, 2022: It's not easy being green History Jennifer Eaglin The Right News
July, 27 2022: 26 Planned Parenthoods Art Jared Thorne Artforum
July 27, 2022: Sports help kids develop important trait linked to adult success Sociology Chris Knoester Ohio State News
July 26, 2022: Central Ohioans bidding on luck as possible recession looms Economics Bruce Weinberg FOX28
July 26, 2022: Searching for Literacy: The Social and Intellectual Origins of Literacy Studies English, History Harvey Graff Palgrave Macmillan
July 26, 2022: The best scholarship is political but with no ideological stamp English, History Harvey Graff Times Higher Education
July 24, 2022: The rights to read and write and to organize: Local roots of democracy and our historical moment English, History Harvey Graff Columbus Free Press
July 22, 2022: 5 ways climate change will cost Ohio taxpayers plenty Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Jason Cervenec The Columbus Dispatch
July 21, 2022: How vaccine-related fears affect the flu shot experience Psychology Jennifer Kowalsky Ohio State News
July 20, 2022: NEXT: The Politics of the Future Design, History David Staley Columbus Underground
July 20, 2022: Chemists create artificial protein that peers into Earth’s chemical past Chemistry and Biochemistry Hannah Shafaat Ohio State News
July 19, 2022: Does Tim Ryan have path to victory in U.S. Senate race against Trump-backed J.D. Vance? Political Science Paul Beck NBC4
July 19, 2022: Tech Tuesday: First images from the James Webb Space Telescope Astronomy Scott Gaudi WOSU
July 19, 2022: Arctic shrub expansion limited by seed dispersal and wildfire Earth Sciences Yanlan Liu Ohio State News
July 14, 2022: Understanding why people reject science could lead to solutions for rebuilding trust Psychology Richard Petty The Conversation
July 14, 2022: Reproductive rights could be key topic in elections after 10 year old abortion case, Roe Political Science Paul Beck ABC6
July 12, 2022: Sales tax hike for Ohio rapid public transit dropped from November ballot Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, Geography Harvey Miller NBC4
July 12, 2022: Mistakes and Rethinking Behavioral Economics Economics John Rehbeck Caltech
July 12, 2022: Columbus recorded highest number of 90-degree days in June in more than 20 years Earth Sciences, Geography Bryan Mark The Columbus Dispatch
July 12, 2022: The 4 bases of anti-science beliefs – and what to do about them Psychology Richard Petty Ohio State News
July 10, 2022: A better way to teach young kids about slavery in America's history English Jessica Johnson Athens Banner-Herald
July 8, 2022: Schools get creative in summer, aim to stop learning loss as COVID recovery continues Political Science Vladimir Kogan Dayton Daily News
July 8, 2022: Why LGBTQ adults keep ties with parents who reject them Sociology Rin Reczek, Emma Bosley-Smith Ohio State News
July 5, 2022: Theodore Decker: In today's political division, Civil War historians see cause for concern History Joan Cashin The Columbus Dispatch
July 4, 2022: Jan. 6 hearings, abortion fallout cast long shadow over Trump's comeback hopes Political Science Paul Beck National Review
June 1, 2022: 'A more defined hate.’ Pranav Jani on being ‘exotic’| 'Then What Happened' podcast African American and African Studies, English Pranav Jani The Columbus Dispatch