What election polls actually tell us about presidential races
As President Donald Trump’s 2016 victory revealed — and this year's nail-biter is reinforcing — any prediction can be turned upside down once the votes are counted. How trustworthy are polls in reality, and what may have gone wrong this time?
ASCENT, our annual college magazine, has gone digital! Learn how the College of Arts and Sciences has navigated the challenges of 2020 through the eyes of our faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Arts and Sciences insights into Election 2020
We're less than two weeks away from Election Day, so we've created a page curating relevant news articles, events and other information sharing the college's expertise in issues at the forefront of voters' thoughts ahead of Election Day.
Hybrid Arts Lab exhibits explore racial injustice, diversity
Art isn't created in a vacuum, and artists are always influenced by the world around them. That's why several exhibits hosted by Urban Arts Space's multi-venue Hybrid Arts Lab are centered around racial inequities, self-identity and diversity.
Myers' analytical, meticulous mind drives her joy of math and ballet
Tori Myers has loved math and ballet since she was a kid. Now, as an actuarial science major and dance minor, she's continuing those passions at Ohio State, revealing surprising similarities between the two. "You think math is very academic and then dance is very artsy ... but there's actually a lot of overlap," she said.
Curious Cbus: Does Columbus have enough tall buildings to support Spider-Man?
Department of Physics Professor Michael Lisa breaks down whether Columbus has the infrastructure Spider-Man would need to swing through the city.
Music education student starts project to keep beat going during pandemic
Daniel Zipin, a senior music education student, recognized that potential young new musicians weren’t getting the spark of inspiration they needed, so he did something about it.
NeXUS workshop demonstrates ultrafast laser's interdisciplinary potential
It’s almost absurd how small an amount of time an attosecond is. And yet this is the timeframe at which the one-of-a-kind, ultrafast laser at Ohio State’s National Extreme Ultrafast Science Facility (NeXUS) will operate.
Newark Earthworks showcase legacy of ingenuity, teamwork-campus tents accommodate the arts
John Low, associate professor of American Indian studies, explores the history and significance of the Newark Earthworks, a Hopewell cultural site some are trying to nominate to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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