Indiana-based artist Tasha Lewis transforms the Conservatory’s gallery with thousands of magnetic cyanotype butterflies printed on cotton fabric. Her blue butterflies hover in mid-air and seem to swarm the space, blurring the connection between the natural and artificial worlds.
WOSU News Archives For October 2011
The Student Loan is the number two source of household debt. President Obama yesterday outlined a plan to allow millions of student loan recipients lower their payments. What should be done about the rising level of student debt?
The Republican presidential candidate threw his support behind collective bargaining changes a day after saying he didn’t have a position on Issues 2 or 3.
For decades, there’s been a rush of doctors and academics leaving Syria. Many ended up here in Ohio, but are keeping a close eye on their homeland.
The organization known for targeting ACORN and NPR apparently tried an undercover sting of think tank Policy Matters Ohio.
A federal judge Wednesday handed down a three-year sentence to the tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of Ohio State University football memorabilia triggered a far-reaching football scandal and an ongoing NCAA investigation.
The Quinnipiac University polls gives Herman Cain an edge over Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, but puts all three GOP candidates behind President Obama.
The Blue Jackets are off to a terrible start. Last night’s win over the Red Wings was the team’s first. The losing comes as the City of Columbus and Franklin County are preparing to buy Nationwide Arena in an effort to save the team. WOSU looks at whether the deal will actually solve the Jackets’ financial problems.
Samuel “Joe” Wurzelbacher says Americans deserve leaders from all walks of life.
A Senate Bill 5 supporter and opponent debated the measure at the WOSU Studios at COSI Tuesday night.
Walter Isaacson’s biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was published Monday, less than three weeks after Job’s death. It chronicles his personal and professional successes but also his failings. Since reading or hearing about the biography, has your opinion of Steve Jobs changed?