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December 6, 2022

Maurice Stevens, a professor in the Department of Comparative Studies, was appointed associate dean for engagement for the College of Arts and Sciences, effective January 3. Stevens teaches…

October 11, 2022

After a childhood spent adapting to new opportunities, geography and resources, Abraham Badu-Tawiah is making a point to give back to those growing up in similar circumstances.

Where he…

July 21, 2022
A group of students present during Tiyi Morris' spring semester course, "AAAS 3083: The Civil Rights and Black Power Movements," at the Ohio Reformatory for Women.

When…

July 19, 2022
Jeremie Smith and Maggie Wetzel with their children, Isaac, Rowan and Luke.

Pelotonia means a lot to Arts and Sciences staff members Jeremie Smith and Maggie Wetzel.…

March 14, 2022

When Emily Nothnagle set foot on Ohio State’s campus, she couldn’t have predicted the winding path she’d end up on.

Nothnagle isn’t just a triple-major in music, anthropology and…

March 7, 2022

Body positivity and anti-diet rebellions are rooted in the fat acceptance movement of the 1960s. Created by advocates in marginalized populations to further the rights of overweight individuals…

November 12, 2021

Faculty members in the Department of Mathematics have always been passionate about helping students of all ages develop an interest in math, but there wasn’t an official math outreach program in…

September 8, 2021

You don’t have to go far from Ohio State’s campus to get a sense of just how global Buckeye Nation really is.

Thanks to the new art exhibit at University Square…

August 24, 2021

Students of Elena Foulis' course "Spanish in Ohio: An Experiential Course" at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Center in Columbus in 2018.

On…