Childhood innocence and generosity are apparent in a Dublin boy who mailed his allowance money to the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s football team. The financially-struggling program will end this season. Sitting down with WOSU, Bennett Williams expresses interest in continuing his mission to help.
More than 200 volunteers in flourescent green shirts fanned out across the Ohio State campus Friday afternoon. Its part of a renewed safety campaign to prevent serious injuries on sidewalks and area streets.
Gov. John Kasich is asking the leaders of Ohio’s four-year state universities to work together to boost the state’s college graduation rate.
A task force commissioned by Ohio State President Gordon Gee today laid out its recommendations for fighting hate crimes on campus. The committee, led by Vice President for Student Life Javaune Adams-Gason, reported on the goals and accomplishments of the committee since it began exactly one month ago.
Ohio State University held a town-hall type meeting to discuss safety issues on campus, and how officials plan to address growing concerns going forward.
Ohio State University vice president Joyce Beatty is leaving her post permanently as she continues her campaign for Congress. Beatty had taken a leave of absence to run for Franklin Countyâ€™s new third District.
Ohio State University President Gordon Gee says his comment comparing running OSU’s many departments to the Polish army was “ill-chosen.”
Ohio State University trustees have approved a pay increase of about $16,000 for President Gordon Gee and a performance bonus of about $143,000.
OSU students want some safety improvements after a series of robberies around the campus area.
Ohio State University leadership today broke its silence on allegations of wrongdoing in the school’s football program. The NCAA is investigating whether former coach Jim Tressel and a handful of players violated rules and possibly put the university at risk of sanctions.
Ohio State students, faculty and staff flooded the university’s rec center Friday morning, but not to get in a workout. They were there to watch an arm wrestling match. One that likely will go down in the OSU record books.