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A year ago, fans would have scoffed at the thought of an Ohio State versus Penn State football game without Jim Tressel and Joe Paterno. To suggest that both now-former coaches would have been forced from their posts in shame would have been laughable. This is the reality the Buckeyes, the Nittany Lions and their fans face as the respective football programs prepare for the first meeting without both coaches participating in 10 years. Tressel, who compiled a 94-21 record at OSU, saw his tenure at the university end when he was forced to resign on May 30 for failing to report NCAA infractions by his players and knowingly fielding a team with ineligible players during the 2010 season, which was later vacated. In December, it was revealed that six OSU football players sold team memorabilia in exchange for improper benefits in the form of tattoos. Happy Valley was rocked by its own football program’s misdeeds in the last two weeks. Former PSU defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was charged with sexually abusing children, according to a release from Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly’s office. PSU’s president for finance and business Gary Schultz and athletic director Tim Curley were also charged with perjury and failure to report child abuse. Former university President Graham Spanier resigned in the wake of the charges being made public and Paterno,
NCAA Division I’s all-time wins leader and the head coach of PSU football for 46 years, was fired. On the night the PSU Board of Trustees announced Spanier’s resignation and Paterno’s firing, a faction of students rioted in State College, Pa., flipping a TV news truck on College Avenue and harassing police and members of the media. Kickoff for Saturday’s game is hours away, and two former coaches that combined for 503 total wins at OSU and PSU will not play any part in the contest. At a Tuesday press conference, firstyear OSU coach Luke Fickell said and interim PSU coach Tom Bradley would be more concerned with the players that suit up for Saturday’s competition. “Those are two people (Tressel and Paterno) that won’t be here,” Fickell said. “So, we probably focus on the things we have and not the things we’ve lost.” Rich Scarcella is a writer for the Reading Eagle newspaper in Reading, Pa., and is the longest-tenured PSU football beat writer in the country. Scarcella said the Nittany Lions’ 17-14 home loss to Nebraska Saturday — the team’s first game without Paterno on the coaching staff since 1949 — was emotional and moving. “I think the people who planned (the game) for Penn State did a really nice job of remembering (Sandusky’s alleged) victims and making it as solemn a football game as you can have,” Scarcella said. Scarcella said the Nittany Lions’ first game without Paterno was historically significant to the PSU community, but added that he understood how this
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Gee forms committee after string of robberies near OSU DaniEllE Hyams Senior Lantern reporter email@example.com In what is seemingly becoming a frequent happening in the campus area, two more Ohio State students were robbed at gunpoint Wednesday evening. President E. Gordon Gee issued a plan-of-action Thursday to combat the recent string of robberies in the area. “I have convened a small team of senior University leaders — from Student Life, Public Safety, and other areas — to provide recommendations for a comprehensive program that will help to ensure our students’ safety,” Gee wrote in an email to the university community. Gee said safety of every student is a priority of the university. Two students, however, had both their lives and property put in danger Wednesday evening. Amy Macynski, a third-year in journalism, and Helena Demacopoulos, a second-year in marketing were in Demacopoulos’ car in the parking lot of
who brandished a gun and an apartment at the corner demanded money. of Woodruff and Waldeck “Helena (Demacopoulos) Avenues at 7 p.m. WednesA man stuck a gun in my car and I were the first girls to day, when two African-Ameriand pointed it at my friend … He get robbed, so I think the can males approached the turned and stuck the gun to my criminals are getting cocky,” vehicle. head … The last thing he said Macynski said. “I was typing an address was ‘If you call anybody, I’ll Macynski said she thinks into the GPS and my door f--king kill you.’ the robbers saw her leave her opened and a man stuck a house, and she will no longer gun in my car and pointed it Amy Macynski be staying there. at my friend and said ‘Give third-year in journalism “Because the guys know me everything you have,’ and where I live, until they are then he turned and stuck the caught I am staying with my parents or with a gun to my head,” Macynski said. “He took everyfriend,” she said. “I literally have not gone anywhere, thing and he grabbed the GPS out of my hands as even the bathroom without someone by my side. I well and yelled a couple things but the last thing he can’t be alone.” said was ‘If you call anybody, I’ll f--king kill you.’” Demacopolous, who just returned from an internThis is the second incident in the last three ship in Florida two days ago, said she was aware of weeks where female students have been targeted. the recent string of crimes in the campus area. In the first incident, the victim got away after she “Even though I was away I was hearing about began to scream, according to the police report. these robberies, but I figured if I drove everywhere According to a Timely Warning, which was issued it would be fine, but they actually came into the after the incident, the attempted robbery took place car with guns and took everything so it seems like at 5:15 a.m. Nov. 5 on Norwich Avenue. The victim you’re not safe anywhere,” Demacopoulos said, reported that she was approached by a black male
adding that she is now afraid to be in her own home. Both Demacopoulos and Macynski said they are unsatisfied with the university’s response to the recent crimes. “I know the university has been aware that this is happening, but I’m seeing a lot of patterns here: similar times, similar locations and similar descriptions of suspects,” Demacopoulos said. “With all of this going on, I’m surprised campus hasn’t had more patrol in the area.” Macynski wants to see more response from OSU. “I’m kind of upset with the university,” Macynski said. “I wanted to see myself in a Timely Warning email, but I haven’t gotten one yet. I want people to know I was in a car and I should feel safe in a car. I should feel safe living in my apartment, but I am wary of everybody now. It’s terrible.” According to the OSU Police Department’s Timely Warning policy, these warnings are subject to their discretion. “When the OSU Police Division becomes aware of off-campus crimes investigated by the City of
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OSU to ‘pink out’ Ohio Stadium to tackle breast cancer ERika DEjolsvay-bRooks Lantern reporter firstname.lastname@example.org On the two-year anniversary of Stefanie Spielman’s death, one group of students at Ohio State are attempting to make a difference by turning the ‘Shoe into a sea of pink. Buckeye nation will welcome Penn State to Columbus on Saturday, and several students have created a movement called Pink Out Penn State. The goal is to honor Spielman, who passed away Nov. 19, 2009, from breast cancer. Jim Ellia came up with the idea after doing something similar at his high school. Ellia called his friends from high school who also attend Ohio State and pitched the idea of pinking out Penn State in honor of Spielman. “We really want to encourage people and show that it’s really easy to make an impact. This will show how simple it is for the average-Joe student to make an impact and make a difference,” said Ellia, a thirdyear in strategic communication. The main goal of the event is to promote a positive message. “This game has a negative connotation tied to it and we just want to hide that. There are so many good people at Penn State and Ohio State and we want to make that the focus of the game,” Ellia said.
Money gained from proceeds of T-shirt sales will be split between the Stefanie Spielman Fund and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. Two bars downtown, Mozaik Lounge and The Big Bar & Grill, will also be donating money earned from drinks Friday night and Saturday night after the game. “Stefanie Spielman had an endless amount of ambition to fight that disease and this is a prime example of how 20 or 30 volunteers can make a difference,” Ellia said. Kevin Tucker helped coordinate the event and said there isn’t much time left to get students involved. “We’ve sold out of a majority of our shirts, so right now our goal is to get the word out to students to wear pink to the game,” said Tucker, a third-year in finance. Ellia said the results show how easy it can be for students to make an impact. “This is a perfect example of how putting dedication into doing something more pays off, we have single-handedly proven that we can sell over a 1,000 shirts just by having ambition,” Ellia said. The group expects to raise as much as $3,000 for each charity, they will know the final amount raised Sunday after the game. Becca Thomas, Director of Communication for the Columbus Affiliate of Susan G. Komen, said she is impressed with these efforts. “We’re so impressed with what the Pink out Penn State volunteers have done to engage the Ohio State community in the fight against
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some students at osU have started a campaign to “Pink out Penn state” at the ‘shoe on saturday. breast cancer,” Thomas said. “Their dedication to raising awareness and funds to find an end for this disease is truly commendable and we’re proud to work with them in this fight.”
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Safety petition calls on OSU to be more proactive Columbus Police that may present a serious or continuing threat to the campus community, a Timely Warning/Crime Alert may be issued. This will be determined by the OSU Police Division on a case-by-case basis based on the facts of the situation, the possible impact to the campus community, and the information provided by the City of Columbus Police,” according to OSU’s Timely Warning policy. After a student was mugged around 7 p.m. Tuesday, a Timely Warning was issued less than four hours later. In response to questions about the absence of a Timely Warning for Wednesday’s incident, OSU Police Chief Paul Denton said in an email that he already believes there is an awareness of the recent robberies. Denton added that the university police is working closely with the Columbus police, and trusts that they will advise the off-campus community appropriately. Despite the lack of Timely Warnings, it seems that student awareness is on the rise. A petition to increase student safety, created by Michael Dworkin, a fourth-year in math, has received more than 5,000 signatures this week. The petition calls for OSU to step up the measures taken to protect students. Katie Ferman, a third-year in security and intelligence and environmental policy and management, signed the petition after seeing it on a friend’s Facebook page. “I decided to sign because I agreed with what a lot of the people who had already signed had to say, namely that student safety is an important issue that can no longer go ignored.” Ferman said that much of the responsibly falls on OSU. “I believe that the university must take every conceivable step in making the campus area safer for students,” she said. “I hope that this petition will be an important first step in ensuring that students can get home safely at night without being frightened for their lives and welfare.” Dworkin said he has reached out to the University Student Government regarding his plan for the petition. “I plan on turning the petition in, and am corresponding with members of USG as to what the magic number should be,” Dworkin said. “My stance now is that OSU needs to do more to protect its students.” Nick Messenger, president of the USG, voiced his support for the petition. “I definitely think the petition is a good thing that
we have started to raise awareness so the biggest thing that we can hope to come out of this is to create some proactive change,” Messenger said. Messenger said that expanding the duties of OSU police is of highest priority. “The biggest thing is if students can sign the petition, if students send an email, whether it’s to a university administrator just showcasing that we want OSU police to be able to move off-campus, I think that is the big key here,” Messenger said. “We want them to be able to make stops and be proactive in stopping crime instead of just following up on it.”
Warning system needs to change lantERn staFF Crime in the campus area is nothing new at OSU, but the rate at which these crimes are occurring is at a frightening level. OSU Police have been filling email inboxes with notifications about crimes occurring in the campus area. Police have said these emails are intended to warn students, faculty and staff of threats to the OSU community. The problem is consistency. OSU Police has sent five warning emails for robberies in the campus area, but there are some instances when a warning is not sent. Wednesday night, two girls were robbed at gunpoint in their car on East Woodruff Avenue. They had a gun pointed at their heads, had their lives threatened and their property stolen from them. There was no Timely Warning issued for this. OSU needs to establish a consistent policy for the Timely Warnings. In the past 18 days, the warnings have made students more aware of their surroundings. The Timely Warning system is a positive for the OSU community. People are making proactive decisions to avoid dangerous situations. Students are walking in groups, staying alert and assisting peers in various ways to stay safe. If that is the goal of the system, it has succeeded. However, the Timely Warning system is lacking the aspect of timeliness. In some cases the warnings are sent more than four hours after the event, and in other cases it takes almost 12 hours to send the email. If there is an intent to warn students about a threat in the area, it is failing. If there is an intent to help identify the suspects, it is failing, because the suspects would be long gone by the time the emails are received. The nature of the warnings needs to change. They need to be more immediate and more consistent.
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Many reactions from students have been positive. “I’ve had people come up to me almost in tears. They’re really happy we’re doing this, and really touched that Ohio State is reaching out,” Ellia said. Hannah Baer, a second-year in dental hygiene, recently lost her grandfather to cancer and said this cause is important to her. “Cancer is awful and I think this idea is a great way to show support for those who have lost loved ones,” Baer said. “Seeing the stadium in pink will get people asking questions and talking about this cause.” While the OSU scandal was very different than the one at Penn State, some Buckeye fans can relate with the feeling of being in the public eye amidst allegations. “My view toward that is this goes deeper than the game of football,” Ellia said. “This is an opportunity we have as students to just show who cares about a game, there’s stuff way deeper than the game itself and I think people are starting to see that more.” Baer said this will acknowledge the off-field issues without drawing too much attention to it. “I don’t think everyone wants to talk about the scandal. Both schools have had issues and want to get away from them, this is a really positive way to do that,” Baer said. Ellia and others expressed desires for the university to be more supportive of this initiative. “We tried multiple times to get meetings with the Department of Athletics, I understand they’re busy but I really wish someone would have picked this up,” Ellia said. They began reaching out to the department in July via email, but the athletic department chose not to collaborate.
coach Tom Bradley — have combined for six total wins. Fickell said that his time as OSU head coach isn’t about him, adding that Bradley probably felt the same way. “Since I started this and took over, it wasn’t a stamp that I was going to put on it’s going to be about what I think is important. I’m sure coach Bradley is the same way,” Fickell said. “You’re not going to make excuses with a whole lot of things in whatever situation you’re dealt. Like we said, life isn’t fair. There are some similarities (between the programs) … it’s not going to be about me.” Saturday’s game between the Buckeyes and Nittany Lions is set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. at Ohio Stadium.
Ellia said he received an email from the athletic department, telling him that they would not be joining his effort. Rather than being discouraged, the email motivated Ellia even more. “That’s when I decided I’m not going to stop no matter how many T-shirts we sell and money we raise, we’re going to make an impact,” Ellia said. “For athletics to brush it off really kind of hurt me.” Ellia plans on continuing the pink out tradition and would like to start a student organization called Do More to create year-round charity events and raise money for good causes. “That’s the message of our foundation, do more. If you have something in your heart you want to help a charity with, do it,” Ellia said. “Our goal would be to do a major charity event every quarter.” The group hopes to see fans buck tradition for a day and have a stadium of all pink Saturday afternoon. “I ask anybody who wants to wear Scarlet and Gray to the stadium to look at someone who’s been affected by any cancer and tell them the football game is more important than doing something in honor of a wonderful woman and wonderful people,” Ellia said. Tucker agreed that for Spielman to have done so much for breast cancer awareness honoring her would serve justice to her passing. “The day of the game falls on the anniversary of the day Stefanie passed away so pinking out the stadium really means something, especially on that day,” Tucker said. “It’s a great way to honor her memory.”
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1. Ohio State running back Daniel ‘Boom’ Herron (1) breaks free from Indiana free safety Alexander Webb (27) and defensive back Michael Hunter (17) during the 2nd quarter of an NCAA football game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Indiana Hoosiers, held at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 5, 2011. OSU won, 34-20. 2. Ohio State guard Lenzelle Smith, Jr. (32) goes up to dunk the ball during the 2nd half of an NCAA basketball game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Florida Gators held at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 15, 2011. OSU won, 81-74. 3. Richard Simmons looks out at the crowd during his ‘Sweatin’ It to the Oldies’ event presented by the Ohio Union Activities Board at the RPAC on Nov. 16, 2011.
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4. Ohio State guard Aaron Craft (4) tries to put up a layup past Florida center Patric Young (4) during the 2nd half of an NCAA basketball game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Florida Gators held at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 15, 2011. OSU won, 81-74. 5. Musician Matisyahu (right) and guitarist D.P. Homes (left) perform at ‘Matisyahu on Music and Meaning’ in the Archie Griffin East Ballroom at the Ohio Union in Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 17, 2011. 6. Purdue quarterback Robert Marve (9) stretches the ball over the goal line in overtime for the victory during an NCAA football game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Purdue Boilermakers at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 12, 2011. OSU lost, 26-23, in overtime.
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“I’m just trying to take it day by day and take every moment in. This is going to be one of the last times I get to wear a Scarlet jersey and I can’t even count on more than one hand how many times I get to put this jersey on.” Those were the words of Ohio State senior receiver DeVier Posey during the week leading up to OSU’s matchup with Nebraska Oct. 8, when it was thought Posey was going to be returning from a fivegame suspension to make his season debut. As it turned out, an additional five-game suspension resulting from improper payments at a summer job was levied on Posey prior to that game, keeping him on the sidelines. Posey is slated to return for this Saturday’s game against Penn State and he, along with 23 fellow seniors, can now count with a single finger the number of times they will get to put on a Scarlet jersey and play at Ohio Stadium. The seniors have compiled a 39-10 record heading into the matchup against the Nittany Lions, but the 2010-11 season’s 12-1 record was vacated due to players, including Posey, receiving improper benefits. This week’s two-deep depth chart lists Posey as a co-starter at receiver along with sophomore Corey “Philly” Brown, who missed last week’s game at Purdue with an ankle injury. First-year coach Luke Fickell said that Posey will have the chance to start in his first game back from suspension, just as
running back Daniel “Boom” Herron and offensive tackle Mike Adams did when they returned. “(Posey) will have an opportunity (to start),” Fickell said. “We’ll see how practice goes and we’ll see as we get closer to game time.” In whatever capacity he plays, the return of Posey will be a welcome addition to an OSU passing attack, which has averaged just 117 yards per game. It should benefit freshman quarterback Braxton Miller to have a veteran receiver in Posey. With 25 starts and 124 career receptions, he is by far the most accomplished receiver on the Buckeyes’ roster. Fickell said he believes Posey will provide “a spark” to the offense. “He’ll be playing his last game at home,” Fickell said. “And those guys, just like when (Herron returned), you look around and you’re in the huddle and you’ve got a guy that’s got some confidence and has been there and done it, hopefully they can feed off that. That’s what we’re looking for.” All of the OSU seniors will receive the customary Senior Day honor of being introduced individually Saturday, and Fickell said he hopes Posey and the other players who served suspensions over the course of this season will still receive a warm welcome from the crowd when they are introduced. “They’ve made a mistake,” Fickell said. “They’ve served their penance. They’ve shown what they can do in the way that they’ve handled themselves … so hopefully (the fans) will understand that and give them their due.” Kickoff for Saturday’s game against the Nittany Lions at Ohio Stadium is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
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What is Penn State’s mindset coming into Saturday’s game at Ohio Stadium? Ohio State coach Luke Fickell said he doubted that interim PSU coach Tom Bradley’s preparation for Saturday’s game would be affected by the off-field issues in State College, Pa. “I’m sure (Bradley) is not too worried, exactly, about that. There are a lot of other things,” Fickell said at a Tuesday press conference. “You have to go with what you’ve got. He’s a team guy. He’s been around it. He understands what the situation is, and he’s going to do what he thinks is best for his program and his team.” Fickell said his main concern ahead of Saturday’s game is the players that will suit up in Scarlet and Gray for the contest, and he feels Bradley will likely agree. “I’m sure coach Bradley is focused on the 70 that he’s going to bring over here, and I’m going to be focused on the 105 that we’ll dress.” With so much discussion about the off-field issues surrounding OSU and PSU, what is at stake for the two programs when they take the field Saturday? Once the game begins Saturday
and the off-field issues take a back seat to the actual contest, the teams, fans and media alike will have a game with significant implications for the Big Ten title race on their hands. A win against the Buckeyes would clinch at least a tie for the Leaders
Ultimately, you have to get off the field on third down. We have to do a better job whether that’s getting to the quarterback, covering up receivers. Luke Fickell OSU head coach
Division crown for the Nittany Lions. PSU is very much in control of its destiny heading into the final two games of the season. By contrast, OSU’s Big Ten title hopes are flickering. OSU players and coaches stopped just short of conceding the Big Ten race after their 26-23 overtime loss to Purdue Saturday. “We got plenty more years to go,” said freshman linebacker Ryan Shazier, who recorded seven tackles, one tackle for loss and a forced fumble against the Boilermakers. “We’re just going to do what we can to finish out strong.”
A win would up the Buckeyes’ record to 7-4 overall and 4-3 in the Big Ten. Even with a victory against the division-leading Nittany Lions, OSU would remain a longshot for a berth in the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis.
What players’ on PSU could hurt the Buckeyes Saturday? Sophomore running back Silas Redd has already eclipsed the 1,000yard mark for PSU, and has rushed for 1,059 yards on 210 carries through 10 games. Redd has also tallied seven touchdowns on the ground. The Nittany Lions’ quarterback tandem of redshirt junior Matt McGloin and sophomore Rob Bolden could also pose a significant threat to the OSU defense. OSU’s Sept. 10 game against Toledo and Saturday’s loss against Purdue are examples of the Buckeyes’ defensive struggles against teams that use two-quarterbacks. The Buckeyes beat Toledo, 27-22, but junior quarterback Austin Dantin and sophomore quarterback Terrance Owens combined for 292 passing yards and two touchdowns, forcing OSU to make a last-minute defensive stand in order to preserve the win. Boilermakers’ junior quarterback Caleb TerBush and senior quarterback Robert Marve’s 234 combined passing yards were enough to derail the Buckeyes Saturday.
Fickell said OSU will need to be aware of which passer PSU has in the game as both McGloin and Bolden have different abilities. “They’re still going to be similar in what they do,” Fickell said. “They’re not going to change up their entire offense for which quarterback they have in … you still have to focus on what you can do to be successful, and adjust a few things when they switch quarterbacks, kind of like (Purdue) did last week.” What will OSU need to do to beat PSU? The Buckeyes need to get teams off the field on third down, and make the tackles they’re supposed to make. Fickell said as much at his Tuesday press conference. “Ultimately… you have to get off the field on third down. We have to do a better job whether that’s getting to the quarterback, covering up receivers. We know that, and that’s where we’re focused.” OSU’s offense is averaging 25 points per game. If the defense holds up its end of the bargain, the Buckeyes will beat PSU and tally its third win against a ranked opponent in 2011. Score prediction: Ohio State 23, Penn State 17
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Favorite Thanksgiving food? Pumpkin pie Favorite Thanksgiving tradition? Making pumpkin pie with my dad Most thankful for? Spending time with family
“I put some real hot music together for you because I want you to sweat until your underwear is wet,” Richard Simmons said, just as his workout session, “Sweatin’ to the Oldies,” began. About 850 students and faculty members gathered in the Tom W. Davis Special Events Gym at the RPAC Wednesday to participate in an aerobics class with one of the nation’s biggest names in fitness. The event was organized by the Ohio Union Activities Board, the Department of Recreational Sports and The Exercise Science Club. There were large light fixtures on either side of the bleachers in the back of the gym, each with four large spot lights pointed at the stage. There was a railing in front of the stage, and the backdrop was a large black curtain that extended from end to end. Sporting a completely fringed shirt with teal, orange, pink and purple stripes, Simmons loosely resembled a more colorful version of the flappers of the 1920s. His shirt, though it was not exceptionally long, extended lower than his extremely short dolphin shorts. He also wore flesh colored tights with white shoes and socks. The workout portion of the event lasted about 45 minutes and was followed by an invitation for everyone to sit on the floor and listen as Simmons shared his life story. He spoke about the weight problems
he had as a child. He talked about how difficult it was to go to school, being constantly teased about his weight. Simmons became emotional, crying as he shared his experiences. He spoke of his struggles with bulimia and anorexia, and when he lost 119 pounds in only 2 1/2 months, he was hospitalized and near death. This lead to his decision to change his life and become the fitness icon he is today. Soon after leaving the hospital, he opened up his own fitness studio, “Slimmons” in Beverly Hills. Simmons urged everybody to refrain from judging others based on their appearance and to follow the “golden rule” of being kind to one another. “A lot of people judge people by the pound,” Simmons said. “But there’s no scale in heaven.” Though the workout portion of the event was called “Sweatin’ to the Oldies,” every song played was a current hit. During “Without You” by David Guetta, Simmons called two guys up onstage. He then grabbed their shirts, pulled them off over their heads and threw them into the crowd before busting out more aerobicdance moves for everybody to follow along. Simmons continued to call participants up on stage throughout the workout. It became standard for any male that came up to take off his shirt. Simmons also kissed a woman on the cheek and danced with another while rotating his pelvis. He also rubbed his hand
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richard simmons appeared in the rPAC’s Tom W. Davis special Events Gym nov. 16, 2011, as part of his ‘sweatin’ to the Oldies’ event.
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Favorite Thanksgiving food? Honeysmoked ham Favorite Thanksgiving tradition? Watching “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” Most thankful for? Free food
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nicole Barile (left) and sam Meister (right) comprise Cleveland-based band mr. Gnome, which is scheduled to perform at skully’s Music Diner at 8 p.m. nov. 18, 2011.
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Favorite Thanksgiving food? Deviled eggs Favorite Thanksgiving tradition? Grandma making homemade candy Most thankful for? A break from school
For Cleveland husband-and-wife duo mr. Gnome, music can be found in the occurrences of everyday life. “It’s just where we live, the weather, the moods, and just life,” said Nicole Barile, guitarist and lead vocalist of the group. “We’re definitely a bit spastic and all over the place. I think that just the constant, everyday things that we go through kind of seep into the music.” Barile’s husband, Sam Meister, plays drums, piano and sings backup vocals.
Mr. Gnome is scheduled to perform at Skully’s Music Diner at 8 p.m Friday. While mr. Gnome most generally fits into the genre of indie rock, it has elements of psychedelic rock as well. Barile also draws influence from other female vocalists. “Not necessarily the rocker girls, but more of the really spacey, pretty, floaty vocals over psychedelic music,” Barile said, referencing singers such as Björk and Beth Gibbons of Portishead. “I usually call us schizophrenic art-rock,” Barile said. Barile and Meister both attended Ohio State for a year before transferring to Kent State. There, they formed
a band with a few other students. This band eventually dissolved. However, Barile and Meister continued to play and write music together. Eventually, they began putting on live shows. “At the end, when we were getting our degrees, that’s when we actually started playing out,” Barile said. Mr. Gnome released its first EP in 2005. It followed with another EP in 2006, before releasing its first fulllength album in 2008. Mr. Gnome released its latest album, titled “Madness in Miniature,” on Oct. 25. While the title would seem to indicate a turbulent sound, it’s more like a controlled chaos. “Whether it be a creepy dollhouse
goth-lullaby or a fiery guitar maelstrom with Barille’s voice tipping into banshee territory, the band remains fully in command,” said Ned Lannamann of The Portland Mercury. Barile said that since mr. Gnome formed, it has been progressing in its live performances and in songwriting. “When we started as a two piece, we didn’t really know what we were doing at all, and we were just so green in general with playing live,” Barile said. “I think we’re a totally different band now. You end up picking up so many tips and just growing from what you’re doing.” Barile said that she thinks
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serving non-profit Associations by Performing (snAP!) will be holding auditions at 12:30 p.m. nov. 20, 2011, in the Ohio Theatre.
The production company Serving Non-profit Associations by Performing will be making another round of talent search auditions for Columbus locals who can show off dance moves and musical range. Auditions began on Nov. 13 and the second casting will be at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday at Galbreath Pavilion located in the Ohio Theatre.
SNAP! Performance Productions formed in 2003 by local talents and volunteers who like to perform, sing, act and dance. Organizers are searching for male and female vocalists who can dominate any music genre, whether it is rock, rap, hip hop or classical. They will also be looking for dancers with intermediate- to high-level experience. Lynette Shy, artistic director and CEO of SNAP! Performance Productions, will be part of the panel of judges and will base
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Versace pieces are on display at the H&m store located at Easton Town Center in preparation for the week-long launch of the Versace for H&m Collection beginning Nov. 19, 2011.
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Students said Simmons was ‘pretty touchy’ during show down one man’s bare chest and then rubbed the hand on his own face. “He was pretty touchy,” said Brandon Hoffman, a first-year in marketing and public affairs. “I didn’t expect that. I think it’s funny.” After running out from behind the curtain at the beginning of the event, Simmons invited about 30 people to come onstage to workout beside him. He then instructed everybody there to hug the person to their left, the person to their right, and the person behind them before the workout. Before starting, Simmons told the crowd what the workout would consist of. It was to include stretching, a warm-up, a cardiovascular routine, upper-body toning and a cool down. There were huge screens at either end of the stage. A camera followed Simmons as he danced around during the workout, and the video was projected on the screens. By the end of the workout there was close to 100 people on the stage.
Victoria Holthaus, a third-year in nutrition, was one of people whom Simmons called onto the stage. “It was the greatest,” Holthaus said. “My mom used to workout with him on workout videos. So the fact that I was able to workout with him in person was really cool.” The speed of the workout slowed down during “Party Rock Anthem,” by LMFAO. Rather than dancing wildly, Simmons led everybody through a slower-paced strength workout routine that targeted the upper body. “It Will Rain” by Bruno Mars played during the cool down. The movements during this song were slow-paced stretches and swaying. Those in attendance looked as though they had travelled through a time warp to the ‘80s, with most students dressed in brightly colored tights, spandex shirts, headbands and wristbands. Aaron Blubaugh, a first-year graduate student in occupational therapy, was pleased with the crowd’s attire. “I think the coolest thing was how many students dressed retro,” Blubaugh said. “It was really nice that they all got into it.” Simmons ended the event with a prayer.
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As one of only 35 stores in North America to receive the highly-anticipated Versace for H&M collection, the Easton Town Center Hennes & Mauritz AB is preparing for an early Saturday as customers are expected to begin standing in line well before the store’s 8 a.m. opening. The stores will sell the product and Easton’s H&M is the only store in Ohio that will release the product Saturday. The Swedish fashion chain, H&M, launched the collection, which will be available in almost 300 stores in 40 countries, in Europe Thursday. The Easton H&M will open at 8 a.m., but the company expects to draw a line hours before. The collection will be centralized in one area of the store and customers in line will be given a colored bracelet to designate the specific 15-minute time period they will be allowed to shop the area. Customers will not be permitted to buy more than two of each piece. One store employee said she expects the merchandise to be sold-out by noon on Saturday. “I plan on being there as soon as I have at least four or five cups of coffee in my system,” said Jillian Dowis, a fourth-year art major. “I’ve had my eye on the dress worn by Nicki Minaj at the Versace H&M launch party.” The collection, which includes women’s wear, men’s wear and limited home goods, ranges from $17.95 to $399. Versace designed the collection by reinterpreting classic Versace pieces from past seasons. Inspired by Versace’s most memorable creations, the collection is full of bright, graphic prints from a tropical-scene-meets-animal print dress and leggings, to a disturbed zebra stripe men’s pant and button down. Women’s wear includes baby doll and shift dresses, patterned jeans, fringed skirts and structured leather jackets. The “Bottoni Oro” set
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Attraction to band’s music is ‘therapeutic,’ Barile said “Madness in Miniature” is group’s best album so far. “What we were going for was a full album that kind of takes you on a trip, on an adventure,” Barile said. “Those were always the albums that I grew up on, and always find myself being drawn to.” While many of the songs on the album fit together and complement one another well, the range of sounds and the varying moods are also captivating. “There’s a prog-inflected windiness to the sound that’s a lot closer to a three-act opera than a three-minute pop song,” said Chris Parker of Boise Weekly. Barile began playing guitar when she was 13 years old and has used music as a mode of therapy.
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Contestants have option of performing own dance numbers her selections on performance skills, personality and talent. “Amazing talent is always a good thing,” she said. “Technique and training is important to us. Another thing we look for that a lot of auditioning performers don’t always think of is personality.” Interested partcipants must register before the audition date through the company website, snapcolumbus.org, and must be at least 18 years old. Matthew Russo, marketing director of SNAP! Performance Productions, will also be part of the panel and will be focusing on the vocal skills. The criteria includes tone, interpretation, pitch and voice quality, among others.
is comprised of five simple silk dresses with gold detailing, while the “Frange” and “Metal Mesh” sets are more in-line with the daring look Gianni Versace was known for. Women’s accessories include studded purses, cocktail rings, scarves, belts and shoes. Men’s wear includes tailored blazers (one of which completes a neon pink suit with matching shoes), fitted button-downs, studded leather coats and pants, T-shirts and fitted skull and widebrimmed hats. A pair of $69.95 men’s pants with a graphical alligator print completes the tropical set entitled “Stampa.” “I am thrilled to be collaborating with H&M and to have the opportunity of reaching their wide audience,” Donatella Versace, Versace creative director, said in an H&M press release. H&M has previously partnered with big names Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Jimmy Choo and (most recently) Lanvin. Target Corp. recently caused similar commotion with a Missoni knitwear partnership that crashed the website due to heavy demand the day of the launch. While this collection will not be available online, a Versace for H&M pre-spring collection will be available on the H&M website starting Jan. 19. “(The partnership) changes the idea of ‘luxury’ by making it more accessible for those who take pride in their fashion statements,” Dowis said. “Now that these styles are more affordable, I hope to see a lot more cutting edge looks on the Oval. Still waiting to see someone rocking a pair of Lady Gaga two-foot heels walking to class.” Versace said despite the economy, people should invest in new clothes. “The economy is down and people are going to invest in things they can wear over and over again,” Versace said. “Nothing can be more wrong than that. Fashion stands for new, glamorous, daring and sophistication.” The collection debuted in a catwalk fashion show Nov. 8 at Pier 57 in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The star-studded event boasted after-party performances by Nicki Minaj and Prince.
“I was really inspired by music just going through that whole weird stage of life,” Barile said. “Just being able to always turn to the creed of sorts, that was always really neat to me.” She said that her attraction to music is driven by “that therapeutic process of kind of turning off your brain and just zoning out for a little bit.” Barile attributes the bands growing popularity to hard work and dedication. “We’ve just been working really hard for the last couple years and just kind of pouring our hearts into our records and our shows and just spending a lot of time on them,” Barile said. This dedication does not seem likely to stop any time soon. “We’re getting ready to tour again in the spring, and probably just start working on the new record,” she said. “We definitely have some creative juices flowing.”
“We also get an overall feeling of how much fun people are having with their songs and that gives us an indication of how well they will do on stage,” Russo said. Contestants have the option of performing their own dance numbers or songs. Vocalists will have to sign up for a time slot to perform their songs before the audition. However, judges will be judging performers with prechoreographed dances. Courtney Bland, a second-year in dance, is unsure if she will make it to the auditions on Sunday. “I have been dancing since before high school and have choreographed my own dances, so I would definitely show off contemporary ballet and probably sing too,” Bland said. SNAP! will be holding its practices every Sunday until the 2012 Spring Show in May. Another audition date may be added for those who will not able to attend on Sunday.
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