Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Many left-leaning students in Columbus for a national conference say President Obama hasn’t done enough to secure their vote in the fall election.
Ohio ranks second in the nation on a list of public universities with the highest tuition. WOSU commnentator Andrew Miller says Gov. John Kasich isn’t helping.
A recent study says the cost of a college education has outpaced inflation for decades and more students are paying those costs with borrowed money. In the U.S., total student loan debt now tops $1 trillion and the average student debt is $25,000
The school closed its doors because of financial troubles three years ago. It’s resuming classes today, even without accreditation.
The federal Department of Education is turning to the Justice Department in Ohio and other states in a bid to collect delinquent student loans. The actions by federal agencies come as the amount of student loan debt has surpassed outstanding debt owed on credit cards.
A document obtained by The Associated Press shows Ohio’s public colleges and universities have cash reserves nearing $3 billion, a significant chunk of the state’s $8 billion budget gap.
First Lady Michelle Obama arrives in Columbus later today to tout job services for military veterans and their families. Mrs. Obama’s stop is part of a “Joining Initiatives” tour. The tour is an effort to help veterans and their families make a transition from deployments to civilian life.
Vast majority of Ohio pharmacy professors says they would not send friend requests to their students.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling this past summer may have implications for some student organizations at Ohio State University. As WOSU’s Sam Hendren reports, officials are trying to decide if religious clubs should continue to be able to exclude certain students.
It’s less than a month away from Election Day. And the Franklin County Board of Elections continues to train poll workers. WOSU reports there’s a steady shift in who’s working the polls.