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Mimi Lamantia

Student, Dance and Pre-Med

Feb. 15, 2017 Tango helps cancer patients get back on their feet Fox News

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Jay Zagorsky

Research Scientist, Center for Human Resource Research

Feb. 15, 2017 Does it matter if Trump doesn’t like economists? The Conversation

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Brad Bushman

Professor, Communication

Feb. 15, 2017 How Violence Acts Like A Contagious Disease, According to Ohio State R... WOSU

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Jeff Cohen

Professor, Anthropology

Feb. 9, 2017 Syrian refugees ‘detrimental’ to Americans? The numbers tell a dif... The Conversation

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Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick

Professor, Communication

Feb. 9, 2017 OSU Study Finds that 'Satirical News Matters' Akron Legal News

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David Stebenne

Professor, History and Law

Feb. 8, 2017 Donald Trump, the Johnson Amendment, and Church-State Relations Huffington Post

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Paul Beck

Professor Emeritus, Political Science

Feb. 6, 2017 Is John Kasich still a force in Ohio politics? Dayton Daily News

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Department of Art; History of Art

Feb. 6, 2017 Roy Lichtenstein Foundation donates $6M to OSU to endow chairs in art ... Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Trevon Logan

Professor and Chair, Economics

Feb. 1, 2017 How Much Is a Five-Star Recruit Worth? $465,000 by One Estimate Wall Street Journal

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Lawrence Baurm

Professor Emeritus, Political Science

Feb. 1, 2017 Trump Names Conservative Judge to US Supreme Court Voices of America

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John Mueller

Professor, Political Science

Feb. 1, 2017 How Likely are Foreign Terrorists to Kill Americans? The Odds May Surp... Business Insider via San Francisco Chronicle

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John Mueller

Professor, Political Science

Feb. 1, 2017 No Terrorist Attacks Post 9/11 By People from Countries in Trump's Ban... Politifact

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John Mueller

Professor, Political Science

Feb. 1, 2017 Trump's Immigrant Ban Does Little to Address Foreign Terror Threats Vocativ

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Jennifer Johnson

Professor, Astronomy

Jan. 30, 2017 The 'cosmic origins' periodic table that reveals where every element c... Daily Mail

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Peter Mansoor

Professor, History

Jan. 30, 2017 Blast From The Past: The Strategic Realignment Of The United States In... The Hoover Institution

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Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick,

Professor, Sociology

Jan. 30, 2017 Satirical News Makes Real Impression On Viewers WOSU

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Paul Hopler
"I've always wanted to be my own boss, so when my two friends Austen and Michael approached me with this, I was very excited." Paul Hopler BS, Actuarial Science, 2015
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Maris Corzine
"I chose to be a zoology major because I have a significant interest in animals and I want to pursue a career working with animals. I am on a pre-vet track, hoping to get into vet school here at Ohio State." Maris Corzine Zoology
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Anna Voelker
"I am constantly amazed and delighted by the evolving mysteries of this universe. I passionately believe that this joy and wonder needs to be shared with everyone, regardless of disability. Everyone deserves equal access to science and all of the mind-blowing discoveries it has to offer." Anna Voelker Science Communication and Accessibility
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Daniel Rodriguez
"I felt in my heart that the power of this program had to be shared to the fullest of its potential, with those young Latinos who wanted to reach the fullest of their own potentials. Three years later, I can look back knowing and truly believing that we accomplished just that." Daniel Rodriguez Communication
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Steven Villanueva, Jr
"The department here has an amazing climate. It's very supportive of its graduate students, and built around their success. They've also done a great job giving me research opportunities, and supporting my efforts towards diversifying astronomy, other science fields, and our campus." Steven Villanueva, Jr. Astronomy PhD Candidate
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Laura Sayre
"I knew I wanted to go to a state school. Ohio State is a big school with great music and math programs." Laura Sayre Math
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Robin Smith
"Because of the breadth of this liberal arts education, I have been able to explore how different disciplines connect to and enrich each other. By extension, I have been exposed to many different ways of knowing that exist in the world." Robin Smith Political Science and Russian
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Eugenia Falqui fencing
"Being a student-athlete is no easy task. The fencing team has a rigorous schedule. Practices generally run for three hours in the morning, sometimes starting as early as 8 a.m. After practice, I go to classes until 7 p.m. It’s definitely a big challenge, but it’s extremely rewarding." Eugenia Falqui Fine Arts
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Sarah Mikati
My field research involves a lot of reading, interviews and travel. I've been connecting with everyone from politicians and scholars to my Uber drivers, exploring the nuances of French identity and where North Africans fit into the picture (if they do at all), from all different perspectives. Sarah Mikati Journalism, French, International Studies — Middle East studies specialization
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Thomas Wood
"Students are very sophisticated, but it’s been difficult to discuss the election in class from a policy perspective. They are really on edge right now. What I’ve seen, though, is that both young Democrats and young Republicans are dissatisfied with modern society." Thomas Wood Assistant Professor, Political Science
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Maris Corzine
"I chose to be a zoology major because I have a significant interest in animals and I want to pursue a career working with animals. I am on a pre-vet track, hoping to get into vet school here at Ohio State." Maris Corzine Zoology
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Daniel Rodriguez
"I felt in my heart that the power of this program had to be shared to the fullest of its potential, with those young Latinos who wanted to reach the fullest of their own potentials. Three years later, I can look back knowing and truly believing that we accomplished just that." Daniel Rodriguez Communication
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Steven Villanueva, Jr
"The department here has an amazing climate. It's very supportive of its graduate students, and built around their success. They've also done a great job giving me research opportunities, and supporting my efforts towards diversifying astronomy, other science fields, and our campus." Steven Villanueva, Jr. Astronomy PhD Candidate
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Laura Sayre
"I knew I wanted to go to a state school. Ohio State is a big school with great music and math programs." Laura Sayre Math
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Thomas Wood
"Students are very sophisticated, but it’s been difficult to discuss the election in class from a policy perspective. They are really on edge right now. What I’ve seen, though, is that both young Democrats and young Republicans are dissatisfied with modern society." Thomas Wood Assistant Professor, Political Science
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"I’ve been doing tours with my band, The Crucial Elements, since 2013 and we’ve been to a variety of countries including Kyrgyzstan, South Africa and Indonesia. I value the personal stories and the new learned culture I come back with after each trip." Anthony Stanco Lecturer, Jazz Studies
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Jeff McKee, a physical anthropologist, has been conducting research on hominid evolution and paleoecology for more than 30 years. He is the author of Sparing Nature: The Conflict Between Human Population Growth and Earth's Biodiversity and The Riddled Chain: Chance, Coincidence, and Chaos in Human Evolution. Jeff McKee Professor, Anthropology
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Wendy Smooth
Wendy Smooth, associate professor, women’s, gender and sexuality studies, is one of the foremost voices writing on the experiences of women of color as law makers and women of color in public policy. Wendy Smooth Associate Professor, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
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Paul Hopler
"I've always wanted to be my own boss, so when my two friends Austen and Michael approached me with this, I was very excited." Paul Hopler BS, Actuarial Science, 2015
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"There is so much that the city of Columbus has to offer, no matter what you’re into. For me, the music scene in Columbus feels like home. I met most of my friends just by going to shows and finding places to play. If you’ve got a hobby or passion, odds are there’s an event coming up." Sam Bodary BA, English Literature, 2016
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"At Ohio State, there are many opportunities for undergraduates to get involved with cutting-edge research. As an Ohio State undergraduate, I conducted research in both physics and astronomy." Johnny Greco BA, Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2013
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"I like art that tells a story and transports me to another place. I tend to be drawn to stories about ordinary people with big spirit and colorful dialogue." Michelle Maguire Associate Curator, Visual Resources Library, Department of History of Art
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Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson
"We have received support and encouragement from the very beginning when we started building the ice core paleoclimate research program as graduate students. We have had opportunities to move our research program elsewhere but have always been confident that we could accomplish all of our objectives at Ohio State." Ellen Mosley-Thompson & Lonnie Thompson Distinguished University Professors
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Caitlyn Bentley with Thomas “Cotton” Billingsley, courtesy of John Reidy Photography
"As I talked with Sergeant Rigell, I realized that war stories are not simply stories about what occurred here in the Pacific during WW II, not just memories of actions past; but a window into a way of life forged on these islands, on the beaches and in the jungles where these men fought for and died for each other..." World War II Pacific Trip Students Study Abroad
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Steve Martino
“I was absolutely blown away. No one was doing what he was showing us. I hadn’t seen images like that anywhere before...” Steve Martino Visual Communication Design, 1981
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Sara Santiago
“I was able to see another way of life and the very real risks to that way of life. I really learned how to be a geographer.” Sara Santiago Geography, 2012
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