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Final Four tickets Ohio State’s student allotment of March Madness tickets for the Buckeye’s trip to The Final Four sessions on Saturday and Monday have sold out. OSU was issued 710 student tickets for both sessions — the semifinal session and the National Championship Game — at a cost of $25 for a two-session ticket, granting students admittance to all three games. The Buckeyes travel to New Orleans to take on the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday at about 9 p.m. The victor will play the winner of the game between the Louisville Cardinals and the Kentucky Wildcats for the National Championship Monday. Brandon Edwards, a fourth-year in political
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science, said he and 11 other friends started planning their trip to New Orleans as soon as the final buzzer sounded Saturday when OSU defeated Syracuse, 77-70. “It’s been a really hectic, stressful process,” Edwards said. “Everything from hotel costs to flights or how much it would cost to drive down has been crazy. But we are all really excited. “We actually didn’t know what the ticket buying process for students was going to be, so we actually bought our tickets on StubHub on Sunday,” Edwards said. The OSU Athletic ticket office sent an email out Monday morning with details about student ticket availability. On a first-come, first-serve basis, students were able to log in and purchase tickets to the games. For the first session, OSU was issued 355 tickets in the lower bowl behind the athletic band, and 355 tickets in the upper bowl. If the Buckeyes win
the semifinal game, all 710 tickets for the National Championship will be in the lower bowl, and if they lose, all 710 tickets will be in the upper bowl. The tickets are electronic, non-transferrable and cannot be resold. A BuckID and the credit card used for the purchase must be presented at the game to be granted entry. Tickets went on sale at noon Monday and OSU’s allotment sold out shortly after that. Edwards said once he received the email, his group decided it was going to sell the tickets they previously purchased on StubHub, which he said they bought for $197 a piece, and get the student tickets. “We were actually able to sell them all back already, and everyone in the group, as far as I know, was able to get the student ticket,” Edwards said. For the first game the seats in the lower bowl are
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AYAn sheiKh For The Lantern firstname.lastname@example.org As the number of people choosing to pursue an online degree instead of attending classes on a university’s campus continues to rise, employers seem to disagree on whether they would hire applicants with a degree from a brick and mortar university over an applicant with a degree from an online institution. Gina Valent, a consultant for Randstad, a Columbus recruiting company specializing in manufacturing and logistics, said when it comes to hiring, her company does not consider where applicants graduated from. Instead, Valent said what matters is that applicants have experience working in the field. “The actual degree, if it applies, is what the client is looking for, skillwise and education-wise,” Valent said. Similarly, Glenna Halligan, a marketing coordinator for Dawson Resources, a staffing firm in Columbus, echoed Valent, saying employers look for experienced workers. “A lot of the times, the positions you’ve held and where you succeeded matters way more than if the diploma hanging on a wall
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The number of women attending Ohio State has increased significantly, and the same is true among universities across the country since 1982, according to a recent study conducted at OSU. According to the study, the increase in numbers is partly due to the availability of programs and funds aimed at creating incentives for women to continue their college education. Claudia Buchmann, associate professor of sociology at OSU, conducted the study, which showed women tend to do better than men in college and it’s not because they opt for “easy” majors. “Women have always out-paced men in terms of performance in schools. They get better grades, they tend to enjoy school more,” said Anne McDaniel, postdoctoral research scholar at Columbia University. “Girls have fewer behavioral problems and they’re less likely to be diagnosed with learning disorders.” The first-year retention rates for OSU female students in 2010 was at 93.7 percent. The number is 1.7 percent higher than the total percentage of firstyear retention rates for male students in the same
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A recent study conducted at Ohio State shows the number of women at OSU has not only increased, but that women often do better than men in school. From 2001 to 2010, first-year retention rates at OSU have been higher among women than men.
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year. The male retention rates was reported to be at 92 percent. “That trend is not new and it’s not surprising,” said Yolanda Zepeda, assistant provost at the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. “We in Diversity and
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campus 10TV news anchor’s replacement to hit Central Ohio air waves in April Kaitor Kposowa Lantern reporter firstname.lastname@example.org In 1992, a young, Northwestern University graduate looked to the future with a dream of one day being a leader in a major newsroom. After 19 years of news reporting, her dream is coming true. Kristyn Hartman will be joining the news team at WBNS-TV, a local CBS affiliate, in April. The station is the most watched news channel in Columbus, Ohio, according to the latest information from the Nielsen Company. Hartman, who is currently a reporter in Chicago, said her goal has been to find a place where she can anchor, report and serve the community at a high level. “My contract was coming to an end here in Chicago and I set out to look for what would be the perfect fit,” Hartman said. “WBNS is, in my opinion, the perfect fit for what I want to do and where I want to take my career. Columbus is a fabulous city. So I am very, very excited.” Hartman will be replacing Andrea Cambern, an anchor at WBNS-TV, who joined the station in 1991. Cambern she has not met Hartman yet, but she has been corresponding with her through emails. “Everybody who’s met her just has great things to say about her,” Cambern said. “So I’m anxious to meet her and introduce her to Central Ohio.” Jerry Revish, with whom Hartman will be co-anchoring, met her when she auditioned for the position. “I’m excited about her,” he said. “She’s a really strong anchor from what I’ve been able to see of her work [and] she’s a strong reporter, too. I’m looking forward to establishing chemistry with her and keeping 10TV No. 1.” Revish also said she seems to be a very warm person. “Beyond having the requisite professional skills, she seemed (to be a genuinely) caring person, not only about the business of news, but also about people,” he said. Hartman is a reporter and fill-in anchor for WBBM-TV in Chicago,
which is branded as CBS 2. Prior to that, she worked at stations in Charlotte, N.C., Phoenix, Peoria, Ill. and Joplin, Mo. Hartman is moving down 31 television markets for her new job. Chicago is the No. 3 market and Columbus is No. 32, according to the latest Nielsen Company market rankings. “I think she wanted some stability and (in Columbus), she’ll be operating from a position of strength,” said Bill Kurtis, a co-anchor at WBBM-TV. “So I think it’s a good move for her.” Rob Johnson, another anchor at WBBM-TV, said he didn’t think there were any anchor opportunities at their station and Hartman went on her journey to find a job. “It was time for her to become a main anchor somewhere,” Johnson said. “Everybody knew that. Everybody could see that.” Johnson said Hartman is replacing someone that is highly regarded. “[She understands] that somebody else has really paved a really nice path for her prior to her arrival,” he said. “So I think she’s grateful to have this tremendous opportunity.” Hartman said her interest in news started as a kid. “My dad always expected us to be pertinent in current events,” she said. “He was an everyday newspaper reader and at the kitchen table, we talked about current events. That kind of is what hooked me initially.” She went through a phase where she wanted to be a doctor, she said, but eventually decided to work in news. “Writing was my strong suit and my love,” she said. “I channeled my energy into something where it would be productive for me and I love learning. This is a business where you learn something new every day.” Hartman said she is involved in philanthropic efforts and hopes to continue that in Columbus. She said cancer research is a big thing for her. A young cancer patient inspired her to run a marathon for cancer in 2006, she said, and it was a life-changing experience. “That’s why I hope to run another one and that’s why I hope to raise money in my time for cancer research initiative when I get to Columbus,” she said. She also works with the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation and said she would love to see that program come to Columbus.
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Chicago reporter Kristyn Hartman will be the new main anchor at WBNS-TV starting in June. She said she hopes to be on the air reporting in April and begin anchoring in June. Her husband, Chris, and their dog, Roxy, will be coming to Columbus with her. Hartman said the thing that excites her most about coming to Columbus is the people, “hands down.” “When the announcement was made, I have not received a greater tide of goodwill ever in the course of my career than I did from the people of Columbus,” she said. “So I can’t wait to call them neighbors and work for them.”
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Corbin Wrights, a 4th-year in business management, balances his time bartending and going to school fulltime.
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Mixing late nights at work, morning classes, conflicting schedules and schoolwork, student bartenders have a lot on their shelves. Although some Ohio State students enjoy the social benefits that come with bartending, others remain a little shaken up by the responsibilities. Corbin Wrights, a fourth-year in business management, has been around a bar since he was 10 years old. “My mom ran a hotel with a bar since I was 10,” Wrights said. “I started barbacking when I was 16. That led me to me working in the service industry when I went to college.” While Wrights said his job can be fun, it has also lead to other opportunities. “The greatest thing about bartending is networking. I started bartending at Applebee’s then got a job at McFadden’s (Saloon) as a bartender, DJ and GM. Now I’m over at Park Street,” Wrights said. While stirring social connections is almost guaranteed from behind the bar, Wrights said the tips he earns aren’t always so stable. “There are nights where I’ve made a thousand dollars and nights where I’ve received no tips at all,” Wrights said. But despite the inconsistency of tips, Wright said the job does come with its perks. “I was able to meet a lot of great people while bartending like Lebron James, Three Six Mafia and I was also invited to a party by LMFAO,” he said. But with the good also comes the bad. Wrights said there were times when he was a manager where he had to work 120 hours a week. “Thursdays are our busiest nights. I’ll be there till like four or five in the morning and then I’ll have a nine o’clock class. So I drive home and sleep for a couple of hours then head to class,” Wrights said. He said it’s a balancing act in which there are
times where the schedule conflicts and quarters when his classes do not fit into his schedule. Kimberly Barr, a fourth-year in communication who bartends at Applebee’s, said schedule conflicts weren’t always her biggest concern. “For me it was kind of different since I use to be a server,” Barr said. “If people were being rude I could just walk away, where as a bartender I have to deal with the rudeness and still make their drink.” Matt Witzman, a second-year in industrial and systems engineering, said he thinks it would be great to be a bartender. He said a big part of bartending is being personable with the customer and having an idea about what drinks they might like. “You’re also going to have to be able to promote (the bar),” Witzman said. Stephen Wozniak, a second-year in chemical engineering, said he has had many good nights at clubs and bartenders played a huge role in making it so enjoyable. He mentioned how a bartender had to keep the place calm and break up any fights that might occur. Alex Cottle, a fourth-year in medical laboratory science, said she has never been to a bar or club but has friends who have. She said she thinks interpersonal skills and having the “know-how” to make drinks is important to being successful at such a job. Cottle said she thinks it would be a good job for students to have for the weekends when they aren’t too busy studying and were out having fun. Rick Leonard, an OSU physics professor, said the balancing act between bartending and going to school was the same when he was a student. “I know I’ve had to handle awkward schedules at various times in my career. I would find it very difficult and a complicated task having to stay up all through the night, sleep for a few hours, and then have to go to an exam the next morning,” Leonard said. The schedules can be conflicting, the hours are long and sometimes schoolwork does not get completed. Yet Wrights plans to successfully balance all his work and he plans to graduate on time in June.
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Tickets from 1A on a first-come first-serve basis, and Edwards said he plans on going to the arena early to get good seats. “We’d love to be on the court,” Edwards said. “But we know it will get pretty competitive.” Edwards and his group plan to make the nearly 15-hour drive to New Orleans, as Edwards said plane ticket prices were “out of this world.” Edwards said that as the Final Four became set, hotel prices in the area were going up every time he checked it. “The market has really responded to Ohio State and the other schools’ fan bases going to the game,” Edwards said. Edwards and his group will be joining the more than 700 students who purchased student tickets, in addition to the hundreds of Buckeyes from
Degree from 1A is from walking on a university or getting it on a computer,” Halligan said. Aside from job skills and experience, Valent said Randstad has hired graduates with a degree from an online university. “A degree is a degree, an education is an education, regardless of where the person may have gotten it from,” Valent said. But some students said an online education wouldn’t be enough for them. Misha Rickard, a third-year in sociology, said she believes pursuing an online education would be an inconvenience for her. “I need more hands-on learning, I need to actually see people and go places to feel motivated,” Rickard said. “I can’t wake up and make myself do stuff.” T.R. Massey, a spokesperson for Battelle Memorial Institute, a Columbus-based scientific research and development organization, said graduating from a traditional university is required from all applicants, given the nature of the jobs available at Battelle. “Battelle is a special case, we’re scienceoriented,” Massey said. “We’re hiring people with master degrees and Ph.Ds, people who would have necessarily been in a laboratory environment in order to get their education.” Massey also said despite the tendency for the science and research development industry to hire applicants with degrees from a brick and mortar university, he said he wouldn’t be surprised if that all changed in the future. “The standard in our industry … (is) that somebody comes from an accredited university with the background that we have all expected up until today,” Massey said. “That is not to say that in the future, that won’t change.” Melissa Venable, education writer for OnlineCollege.org and online adjunct instructor at the University of South Florida, said there are no downsides to pursuing a college degree from an online university. Ultimately, it depends on each individual and their personal preferences, she said.
around the country who are planning their trip to The Final Four. Staff football tickets OSU staff members will no longer have to wait three years from the time of their employment at the university to purchase football tickets. The Athletic Council announced a change to the policy that will allow 2,000 tickets from the current allotment for staff that will be entered into a lottery system. Faculty and staff members not eligible under the current points system for a full or partial-season package are eligible for the lottery. If chosen in the lottery, faculty and staff will have the option to purchase two tickets to one randomly selected home game.
“If you live in an area and you’re not really equipped or able to relocate to go to school, maybe you have a job or you have family responsibilities and there’s not a program in your area,” Venable said, “an online option might be a good way to go.” Ryan Rauzon, a spokesperson for University of Phoenix, said the university’s focus is to provide easy access to education for “working adults.” “That’s what University of Phoenix has always been about, working adults. Folks who … maybe they have kids or their parents got sick, or they serve in the military,” Rauzon said. “And they need to go online or they need to go to our ground campuses for evening classes.” Student at UOP are given two options: they can either pursue an online degree or they can study at one of the university’s almost 200 campuses, distributed across the country. Rauzon also said UOP has not collected data measuring the success of UOP students in landing a job with their online degrees. “The university hasn’t been able to measure with data the attitudes and behaviors of employers,” Rauzon said. “I will say that employers are rightly looking for experienced candidates who have a bachelor’s degree.” Venable said many variables play a role in determining the effectiveness of an online or even a traditional degree. “How a course is developed and designed, the characteristics of the instructor, the characteristics of the students that happen to be enrolled in that term, the type of content that’s being covered,” he said. Venable also said students have an equal opportunity in obtaining a degree from either institutions. Kelly Lash, a third-year in psychology, said she thinks attending a brick and mortar university will be “reputable” when she’s trying to find a job. “Just getting the social experience and seeing how campus life and how academia work is a really good experience,” Lash said. “It’s more socially acceptable for a degree and I feel like that’s a lot more reputable when you’re applying to places.”
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OSU sophomore forward Jared Sullinger goes for a bucket during OSU’s 77-70 win against Syracuse March 24 at TD Garden in Boston.
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The Ohio State and Kansas men’s basketball programs met during the regular season, but Buckeyes sophomore forward Jared Sullinger and Jayhawks junior forward Thomas Robinson did not. When the two players square off Saturday in a national semifinal match, they will do so with some new hardware. With less than a week to go before OSU takes on Kansas in an NCAA Tournament semifinal match, Sullinger and Robinson were both handed firstteam All-American honors by the Associated Press Monday. Sullinger received the honor for a secondconsecutive year and is the first player since former North Carolina forward Tyler Hansborough (2008, 2009) to accomplish that feat. The AP has now bestowed the honor on an OSU player in each of the last three consecutive seasons, including former Buckeye guard Even Turner in 2010. Robinson receives the award for the first time in his career and is the first unanimous First-Team selection since former Oklahoma forward Blake Griffin in 2009. Sullinger and Robinson were also named to the John R. Wooden Award All-American team Monday. The Buckeyes traveled to Lawrence, Kansas, to play KU on Dec. 10, 2011 and lost, 78-67, on the Jayhawks’ home court. OSU was without the services of Sullinger, who traveled to Lawrence but missed the contest due to back spasms. In Sullinger’s absence, Robinson
scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds to help lead KU. During a Monday teleconference, Jayhawks coach Bill Self said he knows Kansas caught a break that day, but praised the decision to keep the player off the court. “Looking back now — what a smart decision,” Self said os OSU coach Thad Matta’s decision not to play Sullinger. “Why risk anything? And (OSU is) still a team that goes to the Final Four.” Self also said Robinson and the rest of his team are looking forward to a rematch with OSU. “I know (Robinson) will be excited. I know he thinks a lot of Jared,” Self said. “Certainly we’ll get an opportunity to play not only a great team but one of the premier players in the country.” Matta, who said he expects both teams to be different in the rematch Saturday, was equally complimentary of Kansas’ All-American honoree, saying Robinson is a special player. “(Robinson) can hurt you in so many ways,” Matta said. “That’s what great players have the capability of doing. (Kansas) is playing at a high level right now, and Thomas Robinson is the key.” Joining Sullinger and Robinson on the Associated Press’ First-Team is Kentucky freshman forward Anthony Davis,Michigan State senior forward Draymond Green and Creighton sophomore forward Doug McDermott. Player to receive Second-Team nods from the AP included Murray State junior guard Isaiah Canaan, Missouri senior guard Marcus Denmon, West Virginia senior forward Kevin Jones, North Carolina senior forward Tyler Zeller and Marquette senior forward Jae Crowder. The Buckeyes and Jayhawks’ national semifinal game will tip Saturday at about 9 p.m.
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NCAA Tournament East Region champion Ohio State will meet Midwest Region winner Kansas Saturday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans with a berth in the national title game at stake. The teams each feature a dominant big man in OSU sophomore forward Jared Sullinger and KU junior forward Thomas Robinson. These stats could be an indication of a back-and-forth battle for the ages between the players.
Women’s Lacrosse v. Northwestern 2pm @ Foxborough, Mass. Softball v. Michigan State 3pm @ East Lansing, Mich. Men’s Volleyball v. Lewis 7pm @ Columbus, Ohio Final Four: Men’s Basketball v. Kansas 9pm @ New Orleans, Women’s Track: Jim Click Shootout TBA @ Tucson, Ariz. Men’s Track: Texas Relays All day @ Austin, Texas Men’s Track: Jim Click Shootout TBA @ Tucson, Ariz.
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AP First-Team All-American; NCAA Tournament East Region Most Outstanding Player; FirstTeam All-Big Ten.
Big 12 Player of the Year; AP FirstTeam All-American; NCAA Tournament Midwest Region Most Outstanding Player; First-Team All-Big 12.
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When guard William Buford hit the game-winning shot
against Michigan State in the regular season finale to give the Buckeyes a share of the Big Ten title, Ohio State fans everywhere seemed to forgive him for the inconsistent performance he brought to the court throughout his senior season. During OSU’s run to the Final Four, there hasn’t been much talk about Buford — positive or otherwise. Jared Sullinger is getting his normal superstar attention (and deservingly so), while sophomore guard Aaron Craft’s hustle and sophomore forward Deshaun Thomas’ scoring abilities have shot those
players into the national limelight as well. After shouldering much criticism during the regular season in the team’s seven losses, Buford’s critics have been relatively silent, but they should be giving him some credit. For OSU’s lone senior, it’s more about what he hasn’t done rather than what he’s done. He hasn’t tried to create his own shot repeatedly when they haven’t been falling all night. He hasn’t tossed up the 18-footers before ever taking a dribble. He hasn’t stood two feet behind the three-point and chucked up
a shot with 21 seconds on the clock, before ever trying to work the ball inside. To be harsh, he hasn’t lost any games for the Buckeyes. He’s tweaked his role and been the basketball definition of “less is more.” I hate to compare one of OSU’s all-time leading scorers to a back-up quarterback, but in a sense, that’s what he’s become — and I mean that in a good way. Buford is a shooter, but he’s in a long, long slump. He’s not the shooter Thomas is and I think he’s realized that and I applaud him for it. Buford’s role has been
to handle his responsibilities, not go out and win the game. His work has translated into wins and a Final Four berth for the team. Buford’s also done a lot that OSU probably wouldn’t expect after this season as well. He pulled in nine rebounds against Syracuse in the Elite Eight round (the only time he’s had more than that this season was against Iowa with 11). He’s done what’s expected of him in steals and assists. And while he has turned the ball over a bit more than usual, it’s the Big Dance. Everyone is playing for
his life out there — turnovers happen more often in highenergy games. He hasn’t made them in the crucial moments. Buford’s shooting still isn’t what it’s capable of being. Keep in mind, after his sophomore year he could have left for the NBA and been a first-round pick. The fact that he came back to finish a four-year college career in scarlet and gray makes me proud that he’s a Buckeye. For the rest of the story, visit www.thelantern.com.
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OSU football coach Urban Meyer addresses the media during a press conference at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center Jan. 12.
The Ohio State football program will kick off spring practice for its first season under coach Urban Meyer Wednesday. Under NCAA rules, schools are allowed to have 15 sessions before for the season officially begins over the summer. The Buckeyes will have the first of those sessions Wednesday and everything culminates April 21 with the LiFE Sports Spring Game, which serves as an intrasquad scrimmage. The team has 21 seniors and a total of 48 players returning from the 2011-12 team. That team finished 6-7 under former head coach Luke Fickell and lost the Gator Bowl to Florida. Fickell will serve as co-defensive coordinator this season. But despite all the returning players, Meyer said he isn’t playing any favorites and since he’s starting off new, so is everyone else. “I don’t really know what we have in terms of players yet,” he said in a press release. “I made a point not to look at film of last year because I wanted everyone to be able to start with a clean slate.” His first impression started with the offseason conditioning led by new assistant athletic director for football sports performance Mickey Marotti. Meyer came and said he needed to see some change in the fitness and conditioning of some of the players, but said he’s happy with what has transpired. “We take great pride in our offseason program,” Meyer said in the release. “In our very strong opinion, championships are won in the offseason. I would grade ourselves as a plus. We had a very good offseason. The team looks a lot different to me, especially the offensive line. I was very disappointed in some body types that
were here, and a lot of those bodies have changed.” “Intensity” seemed to be the word everyone was using to describe the atmosphere of the winter workouts and the mood heading into spring practice. “We’ve all seen great changes in our bodies,” redshirt junior linebacker Etienne Sabino said. “We’re really pushing ourselves. It’s definitely been challenging. It’s harder than I thought.” Senior fullback Zach Boren agreed. “As intense as the offseason conditioning drills have been, the spring drills will be even more intense,” Boren said in a press release. “There is no on-off switch. Everyone will be going full-go every play. It is going to be a physical spring with everyone puting everything on the line.” Six players from the 2012 recruiting class, including running back recruit Bri’onte Dunn, enrolled for Winter Quarter at OSU to participate in preseason conditioning. Three more freshmen including defensive lineman recruit Se’Von Pittman enrolled for Spring Quarter and will participate in spring practice. The practices starting Wednesday will be about every other day until April 20 with the Spring Game to follow. After the spring game, Meyer said the focus will shift from development to the season and beating OSU’s first opponent of the season, Miami (OH). “I made it clear to the players that by the time we hit training camp (in the fall), spots are done. It’s game over. We’re trying to beat Miami of Ohio,” Meyer said. “Sure, some things will happen to the depth chart, but the two-deep will be set after spring practice. This is development time now. Once you get to August, we’re all about trying to find a way to win a game.”
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The line has been drawn in the sand. Cyclops vs. Captain America. Magneto vs. Iron Man. Storm vs. Thor. It is “Avengers vs. X-Men.” But some sides aren’t as easy to pick, especially for mutant-avenger Wolverine. Marvel fans are in for what Axel Alonso, editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, calls a lot of action and fighting when two of the largest comic-book teams duel in “Avengers vs. X-Men.” The 12-issue series, “Avengers vs. X-Men,” will be distributed biweekly. The first issue is scheduled to hit stores April 4. Alonso said he guarantees readers will be entertained and enthralled by the new Avengers and X-Men story arch, but what he can’t guarantee is what side Wolverine will be on. “Lets just say, Wolverine is in a difficult position, because he’s a mutant who’s both a member of the Avengers, and a long-standing member of the X-Men,” Alonso told The Lantern. Lantern. For some fans, Wolverine’s loyalty determines their loyalty. Justin Franklin, a second-year in finance, said Wolverine has been his favorite comic-book character since he was 7 years old. “It depends on whatever side Wolverine is on,” Franklin said about where his allegiance will lie. There isn’t much that can create a war between these two super teams. But one thing that can come in between them is the Phoenix Force, a living comet with a great deal of power that is a most difficult, if not an impossible force, to control. Alonso said he did not want to give key elements of the story away, but he assured the Phoenix will be bringing these superheroes to war with each other and themselves. “The set up is that it’s (Phoenix) hurtling toward earth and this inspires very
different reactions from the Avengers and the X-Men,” Alonso said. “The positions that they take with what this means, whether its positive or negative, cuts to the core of who they are.” The Phoenix Force is nothing new for comic-book readers or X-Men movie watchers. The Phoenix has the ability to possess people and take control of their actions. In a previous storyline, Phoenix possessed former X-Men member Jean Grey, leading her to kill herself in an attempt to kill the Phoenix. “We saw what it did to Jean Grey back in the day,” Alonso said. Now it appears her death could not conquer Phoenix. The power the Phoenix contains is what makes the Avengers and the X-Men so conflicted. The question of whether the Phoenix can be tamed or controlled will be something these super groups focus on. “Do you attempt to fight it or attempt to do something different?” Alonso said. “That’s certainly something that will be addressed in the course of the series.” Alonso said his editorial staff has gone to great stakes to ensure this new series will be understandable for newcomers of the Marvel universe as well as long-standing fans. “I think of the ‘Avengers vs. X-Men’ as being both a completely accessible story for new readers, something I could hand to someone who doesn’t read comics,” Alonso said, “just the same way I see it as being a story that long-time readers will love and embrace.” With advanced orders placed for “Avengers vs. X-Men,” Marvel is expecting it to be the highest-selling book of the year. “We have confidence that we are going to be selling through into second prints. … I’m very heartened by the numbers and very happy to see that it’s performing the way it is,” Alonso said. Jeff Stang, store manager for The Laughing Ogre, a comic book store located at 4258 N. High St., agreed that “Avengers vs. X-men” has become Marvel’s most hyped book. Stang said The Laughing Ogre has received more than 200 pre-orders for the series.
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If the state of California were to be described through music, Gardens & Villa would likely embody that definition. The band puts a galactic twist on traditional surfer rock. Although it can be described as indie rock and pop, some say it’s slightly tropical, said band member Adam Rasmussen.
“It’s a little like world music, I guess, with a little bit of percussion, flute and synthesizers,” he said. Following a recent performance at the 2012 South by Southwest Festival, the band, based in Santa Barbara, Calif., is scheduled to perform with Fanfarlo at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Skully’s Music-Diner. Gardens & Villa consists of guitarist and lead vocalist Chris Lynch, bassist and vocalist Shane McKillop, drummer Levi Hayden, and Rasmussen and Dusty Ineman on synths, piano, percussions and background vocals. The house where they lived together on Villa
Street and the garden in the backyard inspired the band’s name. “We had all been in two different bands and played shows together before,” Rasmussen said. “Both bands kind of broke up at the same time, and we all, by chance, started living in a house together and jamming and writing songs. “We collectively get together and write music and map out songs, but Chris does the majority of our lyrics,” he said.
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2405 EAST Ave. 5 bedroom 2 baths townhouse. Available in the FALL! North campus. Just North of Patterson, one block E of High. $350 per person. Completely remodeled with newer carpet & ceiling fans. Huge kitchen with DW and huge living room. Blinds, A/C & free WD, front and rear porch, free off street parking.Walk a little CHILD CARE Staff needed FT/PT and for Summer Camp. and save a lot! Call 263-2665 Mon-Fri, no nights or weekwww.gasproperties.com ends. Apply Arlington Childrens 252 W 8th. 6 bedroom, 3 full Center, 1033 Old Henderson baths, laundry and off street Rd. 451-5400 for info/directions. parking, Huge living space and all bedrooms are in big! CVS PHARMACY is looking for Call 614-496-7782 Pharmacy Technicians at 918 www.gasproperties.com N. High Street, Worthington, Ohio. 614-888-6366. Back421E. LANE 4/5BR 2BA. Front ground check and drug testing porch, off-street parking. Walk mandatory. Must apply at to class. Next to park with track www.careers-cvs.com (store and CABS line. Renovation #3407) July 2012! EARN $1000-$3200 a month 440-781-6513 for info to drive our cars with ads. www.CarDriveAds.com 94 W. Maynard Ave. 5 bedrooms 2 baths Central air Off street parking $1,250.00 FULL & PART TIME Call 614-851-2200 Schedulers NICE 5 bedroom house 2 full Exel, Inc., the leader in supply bath available for fall. Recently chain management , has immerenovated. Newer appliances, diate needs for skilled profeswindows, front porch, balcony, sionals to join our team. Exel’s fenced back yard, 2 decorative Home Delivery Division proﬁre places, eat in kitchen, 1st vides ﬂexible, professional loﬂoor laundry hook up. 2380 Ingistics solutions for retailers diana St. 1650/ month. Call and manufacturers. We are Pat at (614) 323-4906 currently recruiting for SCHEDULERS (scheduling deliveries OSU NORTH- Neil Ave. to end customers) within our Complete remodel. Available Delivery Service Center lonow and fall. 5 large bedrooms cated in Grandview, Ohio. with closets (can accommodate Great advancement opportuni7). New kitchen, tile ﬂoor with ties, full beneﬁts package (for eating area, all new stove, full time associates), and exceldishwasher, refrigerator, built- lent work environment! Great in microwave. 2 baths. All opportunity for students and lobedrooms have ceiling fans, cated only 5 miles from the hardwood ﬂoors, large closets. OSU campus! Gas furnace, water included, free W/D in basement. Free 5 • Good phone etiquette/comcar OSP. Central A/C. Call 571munication skills 5109. • Customer service mindset • Solid computing and data entry skills • Flexible hours and days, but must be able to work a miniAVAILABLE NOW 14th Ave. mum of 20 hrs/week. Kitchen, laundry, parking, average $280/mo. Paid utilities, Exel requires successful com296-8353 or 299-4521. pletion of a pre-employment background check and drug screen. DEAD QUIET near medical complex. Safe. Excellent, low Apply in person at: noise/crime neighborhood, quiet serious tenants. Re- 1650 Watermark Dr Suite150 Columbus, OH 43210 search-oriented. OSU across Or email resume to the street. $450/month, no utiliKathryn.Epps@exel.com ties. 614-805-4448. EOE
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FULL TIME/PART TIME SEASONAL Persons needed for retail sales in ﬁshing tackle & bait store. Experience in same helpful. Must be able to handle live baits of all types. Applications accepted M-Th at R&R Bait & Tackle, 781 So. Front Street, Columbus. 614-443-4954 GROCERY STORE: Applications now being accepted for Full-time/Part-time employment. Produce Clerk, Cashier, Deli Clerk, Stock Clerk, and Service Counter. Afternoons, evenings. Starting pay $8.00/Hr. Enjoyable work atmosphere. Must be 18 years or over. Great personalities only! Apply in person Huffman’s Market, 2140 Tremont Center, Upper Arlington (2 blocks north of Lane Ave and Tremont). 4865336.
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$18.00 PER hour. Looking for individual to work with high functioning, mildly autistic person. Prefer availability to work most weekdays 3-5 PM until June. Summer hours offer wide availability all week. Reside in Worthington area, 10 minutes from OSU. Email Jeff firstname.lastname@example.org 2 GREAT kids need you: boy, 6, well-behaved, funny, bright; girl, 11, sweet disposition and special needs, incl. personal care help, but no medical care. Close to campus. Spring start, through summer and next year. Must have safe, reliable car & clean driving record. Must complete or already have PDP provider/IO Waiver training through FCBDD. Pay $10-12, depending on exp. Call 614-316-9594 or send resume to email@example.com.
CARE PROVIDERS and ABA Therapists are waned to work with children/young adults with disabilities in a family home setting or supported living setting. Extensive training is provided. This job is meaningful, allows you to learn intensively and can accommodate your class schedule. Those in all related ﬁelds, with ABA interest, or who have a heart for these missions please apply. Competitive wages and beneﬁts. For more information call L.I.F.E. Inc. at (614) 475-5305 or visit us at www.LIFE-INC.NET EOE CHILDCARE FOR infant needed in our Hilliard home Thursdays usually, but also some Mondays and Tuesdays. Must be available for the full day on working days, starting early morning. Email JeMa025@aol.com DUBLIN FAMILY seeks responsible and fun full time during summer for 3 children aged 10,8 & 8. Must have reliable car. Responsibilities include helping with curriculum, transporting to various activities and daily chores. Please provide 2 references. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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SUMMER JOBS! It’s not too early to secure a summer nanny or manny (guys this means you too) position. Golf, STUDENTPAYOUTS.COM swimming, picnics at the zoo Paid Survey Takers needed in get creative this summer and Columbus. 100% free to join. spend time with children. ApClick on surveys. ply online at www.collegenanSTUDENTS TO do yard work nies.com/powelloh. and odd jobs around our home. UPPER ARLINGTON family in No house cleaning. Transportation necessary. need of after school care 36pm for boy (8) and girl (5). $10/hr. Powell. 614-880-1487. Help transport to activities and SUMMER OF YOUR LIFE! help with homework MondayCAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS Wednesday and every other Children’s summer camp, Thursday. Must have reliable Pocono Mountains, Pennsyl- transportation. Possiblity for fall vania 6/16-8/12. If you love also. Send resume to children and want a caring, firstname.lastname@example.org fun environment we need Counselors, Instructors and other staff for our summer camp. Interviews on the OSU campus March 31st. Select The Camp That Selects The Best Staff! Call GROWING GRANDVIEW 1.215.944.3069 or apply on- Technology Company seeking line part time (20-30 hours per www.campwaynegirls.com week) administrative services assistant. Great pay and ﬂexiSWIM POOL MANAGER ble hours. The ideal candidate Summer position open at The should be self-motivated, deWorthington Pools. Excellent pendable, detail oriented, able work environment and pay. to multitask, as well as proﬁMinimum of 2 yrs lifeguard ex- cient in Microsoft Ofﬁce and perience needed. Visit www.- Outlook. Please send you conﬁworthingtonpools.com/employdential resume to ment for information and appli- Ruthann@tpi1.com. cation.
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Help Wanted Restaurant/ Food Service BONJOUR OSU! La Chatelaine French Bakery & Bistros are looking for enthusiastic, charming and hardworking mademoiselles & monsieurs that love to work in an established family run restaurant & bakery. Our location in Upper Arlington on Lane Avenue needs: Weekday morning counter help, restaurant experience recommended. Weekday nights & weekend morning Prep/Cook help is needed, must have cooking experience. We our also always looking for great servers for all three locations, Upper Arlington, Worthington & Historic Dublin Please stop in for an application or email us your resume to Lachatel@aol.com 1550 West Lane Avenue, Upper Arlington, Ohio 43221 614.488.1911 www.LaChatelaineBakery.com Merci! COME BE a part of our outstanding team! The Columbus Athenaeum is in need of banquet servers. Friday and Saturday evening availability required. Must be personable, energetic, and reliable. FAST PACED ENVIRONMENT AT TIMES! $12/hr starting wage. Contact: Hilary @ 614222-6338 or email@example.com for more information!
Help Wanted Restaurant/ Food Service THE ELEVATOR Brewery and Draught Haus an upscale brewery and restaurant now hiring servers/hosts. Apply within 161 N. High St., Monday-Friday, 24pm. 614-228-0500
Help Wanted OSU ASSISTANT WEB Developer position at the Department of History. Student is a motivated self starter with passion for web development. We encourage learning on the job and are looking for someone of any skill level that is driven to use their time to raise that skill level. Special consideration for someone with excellent data entry skills using the Drupal, knowledge of programming in HTML, CSS, and PHP, An understanding of Drupal Development, and experience in Adobe Photoshop. If interested please apply at the Student Employment Ofﬁce (http://sfa.osu.edu/jobs/) for job #2562. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 2Social for The Ohio State University Center for Human Resource Research, Columbus, Ohio. Research regarding human resources and social science related statistical survey and data collection methodologies; assist in variable creation using SAS, SQL and other statistical packages to facilitate data usage for social science research; design, construct, and debug electronic questionnaires for human resource, sociological, and psychological research; compile and evaluate survey data; assist in development of documentation and training materials for ﬁeld interviewers and the research community; interact with in-house, public and organizational researchers to facilitate data use. Apply online at: http://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/32101. EEO\AA Employer. THE OHIO State University Department of Athletics is seeking candidates for the position of Athletics Video Intern. This position is a full time paid internship. Responsibilities include creating weekly highlight videos as well as any end of season tapes for the football department. Assists video department in all aspects of video production including game analysis, post-production, editing, creating cutups, ﬁlming practices, ﬁlming home games, help with footballâs website and help with ﬁlming at any other event assigned by Video Coordinator. Fill media requests for sports footage when requested. Assist with video board events when needed.
Help Wanted Sales/Marketing LOCAL MARKETING opportunity at City Barbeque Henderson Road location. Work with General Manager & Local Marketing Manager to create/execute marketing plan for 10-mile radius of restaurant. Position includes networking with businesses, schools & local event participation. In-store shifts are required. Previous restaurant & marketing experience a plus. Up to 30 hrs/week. Must be able to work weekend & evening hours. Perfect for students looking for entry-level experience!
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BEST SUMMER JOB! We help home owners repair their homes from storm damage. Average commission on a project is around $1100. We are currently hiring for canvassers and sales people for part-time and full-time positions. Visit us at www.thethirdestimate.com or call Jim at 614-371-2252.
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[ a +e ] Red Robin opens doors to 2nd Burger Works location near OSU campus Dan Hope Lantern reporter email@example.com
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Red Robin’s Burger Works, located at 1708 North High Street, opened March 26.
Gardens from 1B Rasmussen said they were all raised making music. “I started playing piano when I was 4, and Chris has been singing since he was a little guy as well,” he said. “Only the last, probably five years, have all of us really tried to take it seriously and treat it like a career.” Rasmussen said they grew up listening to a lot of early ‘80s music, which is where the band’s inspiration comes from. “The Police and the Talking Heads, kind of like new wave bands, tropical and reggae,” Rasmussen said. “I would say Talking Heads was a pretty big influence.” Its debut, self-titled album was released January 2011 and is a collection of the band’s experiences and dreams. It’s somewhat of a reflection of their lives, Rasmussen said. “Generally, we find a lot of inspiration in nature,” he said. “We took a lot of hikes and we like to spend a lot of time outside, so I would say that there’s kind of a natural undertone.”
Red Robin is known best for its traditional, fullservice Gourmet Burgers restaurants found nationwide. But with the beginning of a second chain, Red Robin’s Burger Works, it is aiming to establish itself within the quick-service restaurant industry. College students are frequent customers of quick-service restaurants. This prompted Red Robin to open the second location of its new chain in the heart of Ohio State’s University District. The first location opened last year in Denver. Burger Works opened in Columbus at 11 a.m. Monday at 1708 North High Street, across from the Ohio Union. Monday’s grand opening of the restaurant featured no ribbon cutting or confetti. The company felt confident that its marketing approaches, which provided sneak peaks to prospective customers last week, would bring in business from Day 1. Between Thursday and Saturday, customers who signed up for the sneak peak received a free meal with an entree, side and a drink. Nicole Dawning, a store manager at Burger Works reflected the store’s confidence in reaching its target audience.
“(They) are expecting to be pretty busy,” she said. Burger Works features many of the classic burgers found at traditional Red Robin Gourmet Burgers restaurants, but features many new menu additions as well, including a build-your-own burger, chicken tenders, salads and milkshakes. Additionally, the Burger Works store features a Coca-Cola Freestyle dispenser, which gives customers the option of more than 100 soft drink choices. “This place is a lot faster. Everything you’re going to get should be out within four to five minutes,” Dawning said. When the clock struck 11 a.m., there were no customers inside or waiting outside of the store, but customers started arriving within the first half-hour. Many of those customers were OSU students, including a large group of about 20 first-year law students. Nick Uzl, one of the law school students, said the fare was “really good quality for a cheap price.” The average check will be about $8.50, said Cassie LaBonte, associate marketing manager for Red Robin, in a Feb. 10 article in The Lantern. Uzl said he liked that the restaurant “has a fastfood feel, but it is also more like a dine-in experience with them bringing the food to you and taking the dishes away.” Burger Works is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Rasmussen said he hopes the new record lifts people’s spirits. “When I get a record and listen to it, I like it to kind of transport me to a different mood,” he said. “Hopefully when people hear our jams, it maybe fills them with a child-like wonderment and joy for the human experience,” Jeff Whaley, a fourth-year in history, said he likes the album’s “vibe.” “I dig the funky vibe, especially in the song ‘Orange Blossom,’” Whaley said. “They have an odd sound that makes me feel like I should put a surfboard under my arm and run to the beach.” Rasmussen said the audience can expect a lot of energy from the show. “We like to dance a lot on stage,” he said. The band is looking forward to Columbus specifically, Rasmussen said. “It’s a really fun college town and it should be really fun night,” Rasmussen said. Tickets are $12 at the door.
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Gardens & Villa is scheduled to perform with Fanfario at 8 p.m. March 27 at Skully’s Music-Diner.
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