Sullivant’s Travels is a site-specific journey through the mind of a building – namely Ohio State’s newly renovated Sullivant Hall, home to the university’s dance department. World-renowned director and choreographer Stephan Koplowitz developed eleven simultaneous performance elements featuring artists from OSU’s Department of Dance, School of Music and Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and [...]
The NCAA has charged the OSU football program with additional violations resulting from a booster overpaying players for work they performed.
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.
After last weekâ€™s loss to Miami and the off â€“the-field problems, have you already lost hope for a successful OSU football season?
Former Buckeyes head football coach Jim Tressel attended the dedication of a new park at Ohio State University Friday afternoon. Tressel and his wife Ellen were among the benefactors who helped establish Remembrance Park. The park honors more than a thousand Ohio State alumni who, as military personnel, lost their lives in service to the United States.
Ohio State officials will be in Indianapolis Friday to talks with the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions.
The NCAA’s on-going investigation into Ohio State’s football program has caused some university board members to review what’s being called the school’s “integrity program.” A trustees committee plans to develop university-wide compliance rules and create a new crisis management protocol.
Records released today by Ohio State University show former football coach Jim Tressel had been criticized for not reporting violations as far back as 2005.
The tattoo parlor owner whose purchase of OSU football memorabilia triggered an NCAA investigation pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to federal drug charges.
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.
An OSU trustee Thursday said he does not believe there are additional football department violations. But the recent NCAA investigation into OSU’s athletic department has prompted university trustees to review campus-wide compliance protocols.