Archives: OSU

President Alutto: Leading without a Bow Tie

This hour we’ll talk with OSU’s interim president, Joseph Alutto, about his hopes for the university as he sits at the helm for the next few months. Alutto recently described a period of uncertainty at the school and an interest in increasing the OSU brand. We’ll ask him more about academics, safety, and the search for a permanent president.

School Shooting in Cleveland/Making OSU Veteran-Friendly

A school shooting in Cleveland is not the first school shooting of its kind and it probably will not be the last. So, how do we prepare for school shootings in order to increase survival? Then, for most young soldiers returning to the U.S., getting a college degree is a priority. But how can faculty ensure that a university is veteran-friendly?

Columbus Neighborhoods: University District

As one of the largest universities in the country, The Ohio State University is always dedicated to bigger and better things. On this hour of All Sides, we’ll discuss upcoming changes at OSU and in surrounding areas.

Election Reform or Voter Suppression?

HB 194 — Ohio Republicans call it “election reform.” Ohio Democrats call it “voter suppression.” What are the provisions of the bill and how will it impact the average voter?

The Last Shuttle Launch and Future of NASA

What does the Atlantis Space Shuttle’s last mission mean for the status of America’s space program in a global context? What’s next for NASA?