A federal judge has put on hold the majority of what attorneys have called a “momentous” change to Ohio’s gay marriage law.
Tom Rieland Archives For October 2013
Lesson plans created out of WOSU’s Columbus Neighborhoods documentary series have been honored with a national award from the National Educational Telecommunications Association for best use of digital media in the classroom.
On Nov. 5, Columbus School District voters face a big decision – whether to approve a 24 percent increase in school taxes. WOSU 89.7 NPR News is taking a week-long critical look at the levy request.
Our dual fundraising efforts on Classical 101 and 89.7 NPR News reached a conclusion Friday late afternoon as we topped our 250,000 goal for the Fall Fundraiser. Funds go directly to support the programming you hear!
Curious George is appearing at WOSU@COSI this Saturday! He just can’t stay away from Columbus and returns this Saturday, October 19 from 11am-2pm at WOSU’s studios at COSI. Join us for story time, photos, activities and a chance to meet this clever little monkey. Anyone can come without any fee. The schedule below will help [...]
We at WOSU need listener support to sustain 89.7 NPR News. You contribute to support programming that sustains you. In the process, we all win. Another winner was Dr. Stuart Raby, who contributed early in the fall fund drive and came away with an iPad mini!
WOSU is again the proud media sponsor of the growing phenomenon called the TEDxColumbus event this Friday at COSI. The event is sold out, but you can still take part in viewing the day’s talks and performances: The McConnell Arts Center in Worthington on 161 next to Worthington High School will open their theater from [...]
People are often surprised by how critical membership is to WOSU’s bottom line. Despite what you might hear about federal, state or University funding, over a third of the budget comes from individual members and private support makes up the majority of the annual $9.6 million WOSU budget.
The National Football League, a multibillion-dollar commercial juggernaut, presides over America’s indisputable national pastime. But the NFL is under assault as thousands of former players and a host of scientists claim the league has covered up how football inflicted long-term brain injuries on many players. As the professional football season begins, you won’t hear ESPN [...]
With long time host Christopher Purdy at the helm, Classical 101 (101.1 FM) will be broadcasting one of the mightiest works of all time – Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony LIVE this Saturday night, October 5th at 8 pm.