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Pick your favorite nickname for the Eastern hellbender salamander.

Compensation for College Athletes

Aug 31, 2017
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Former OSU football player and current football analyst, Chris Spielman has launched a lawsuit against the Ohio State University over the use of his image. The case opens up a conversation about the rights of college athletes and the economics of college athletics. Today we look at how the two collide. 

Cost of College

Aug 4, 2017
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The cost of college tuition is rising fast. And now fees, such as student activities and libraries, are adding to the growing cost. Ohio State has raised its tuition and fees cost for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year. This raise will only impact the incoming freshman, and the cost will freeze at this price during the class's four-year period at the university. Listen in today to learn about the rising cost of college and what can be done to make it more affordable. 

Cost of College

Jul 20, 2017
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The cost of college tuition is rising fast. And now fees, such as student activities and libraries, are adding to the growing cost.

Ohio State has raised its tuition and fees cost for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year. This raise will only impact the incoming freshman, and the cost will freeze at this price during the class's four-year period at the university.

Listen in today to learn about the rising cost of college and what can be done to make it more affordable. 

Ohio State University Police

Ohio State University police say they've arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a student on campus this week. OSU officials say this apparently is not the first time he’s been accused of this crime.

Jonathan Waters
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A state court has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by fired Ohio State University marching band director Jonathan Waters.

Ohio State

Two weeks after I arrived in Columbus twenty-five years ago, I was directed toward Mershon Auditorium for a concert given by the orchestra and chorus of the School of Music at The Ohio State University. 

10:00 Gordon Gee's plate is darn full these days--the sequester's threatening huge cuts to OSU research, President Obama is speaking at commencement, and the university's planning a huge revamp of the second-year experience. This hour of All Sides, we'll talk to the Pres about what's new at OSU and get a wrap-up of the past year's events. Guest

  • E. Gordon Gee, President of The Ohio State University

10:00 The Ohio State University is constantly buzzing; everything from hiring a new football coach to promoting a safer campus area. On this hour of "All Sides," we'll be joined by President E. Gordon Gee to discuss all things Ohio State. Guest

  • E. Gordon Gee (President, The Ohio State University)

Local governments may be competing for businesses and people, as companies like Bob Evans move from Columbus to upper income areas like New Albany. What will the results of this competition be? Should these governments need to compete at all? The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) will be holding a State of the Region Luncheon today, April 21, focused on how "Transportation means Business," with keynote speaker Jerry Wray, director of ODOT. Guests:

Special open forum to discuss Coach Jim Tressel’s two game suspension and fine by The Ohio State University. Related item: Ohio State Coach Jim Tressel and Athletic Director Gene Smith speak at a news conference about the suspension of 5 OSU football players.