Erin Gottsacker Intern Cleaning With Coal: Ohio State Professor Reclaims Abandoned Strip Mines By Erin Gottsacker • Jul 13, 2017 Erin Gottsacker Though America's coal industry continues to shrink, it's left its mark on the earth: Abandoned strip mines, flattened by explosions and the desperate search for fuel. Aunt Flow, The Columbus Startup Bringing Tampons To The World By Erin Gottsacker • Jul 7, 2017 Nick Fancher/Aunt Flow Boxes of tampons line the wall of a small warehouse in west Columbus. T-shirts read, “People helping people, period.” And buttons with cartoons of ovaries have slogans like “ova achiever” and “caution: I ovary-react.” Curious Cbus: What's The Story Behind Topiary Park? By Erin Gottsacker • Jul 3, 2017 Ohio State University This story is part of the Curious Cbus project. You ask the questions, you vote for one of the questions and we answer. Linda Blaine asked, "Whose idea was Topiary Park and who created it?" Teenage Refugees Find A New Home On The Soccer Field By Erin Gottsacker • Jun 15, 2017 Erin Gottsacker As the sun sets on a Friday evening, two teams of teenage soccer players run the lengths of a field in Thompson Park. It’s their last game of the season.