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“‘Sporting News,’ ‘Sports Illustrated,’ a lot of them I don’t read. It’s bad journalism. And, so, why buy them?” The “bad journalism” in question was President E. Gordon Gee’s assessment of “Sporting News”’ April 9 article titled “From champs to chomped: How Urban Meyer broke Florida football,” which reported on an “out-of-control” culture left behind by Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer when he departed the University of Florida’s program in January 2011. The article also reported widespread drug use among his former players.


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Gee also voiced concern about “Sports Illustrated,” which published an investigative report on OSU football and former Buckeye coach Jim Tressel in May. Tressel was forced to resign from his post May 30. In discussing the “Sporting News” story, Gee defended Meyer. “One doesn’t hire a coach without talking with all the right people,” he said. “One doesn’t hire a coach without understanding exactly what his values are.” Gee said someone in Meyer’s position is always going to be subject to criticism, but that much of it is not concerning to him. everyone’s going to nip at him,” Gee said. “Not having fully read the story, but having read portions of it, it is what it is. I would hope that at our institution we teach a higher quality of journalism.”

“Sporting News” president and publisher Jeff Price stood behind the “From champs to chomped” story, which was written by Matt Hayes. Price told The Lantern, “There were no correcHayes’ story on Meyer. “The ‘Sporting News’ has been practicing quality journalism for more than 125 years and during that span, has held itself to the highest standards each and every day,” Price said in an email to The Lantern. “The basic tenets of our craft — sports journalism — are executed thoroughly on a daily basis in our newsroom, especially regarding the importance of source and fact checking.

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Students unhappy with OSU crime response ANDREW KELLER Lantern reporter The new Public Safety Hate Crime email alerts, Ohio State’s effort to inform students of hate crimes on and near campus, might have students pushing delete sooner than the university intended. Some OSU students remain skeptical about the university’s efforts to combat the recent slew of hate crimes around campus, and even the most visible demonstration of university effort, the email alert system, has been met with ambivalence. “I’m disappointed with the response, honestly,” said N. Michael Goecke, a Ph.D. candidate in ethnomusicology and a Master of Arts candidate in African-American and African studies. “Much more needs to be done.” The string of hate crimes began April 5 when “Long Live Zimmerman” was spray-painted on the west wall of Hall Hale, home to Frank W. Hale Jr. Black Cultural Center. Police said the vandalism referred to George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch leader who killed 17-year-old African-American Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, telling police it was an act of self-defense. Two acts of vandalism were then discovered April 16, including the writing of the word “n----r” and a swastika on a door in Baker Hall East, and the appearance of “Hang n-----s” spraypainted on a dumpster behind Formaggio Pizza at 20 E. 13th Ave., according to OSU Police. President E. Gordon Gee also defended the email alerts at a meeting with The Lantern staff Monday.

We’re going to do it when there are serious issues. But it is substantive in terms of wanting to make sure people are aware of what is happening and to show that together we do care about what people are saying.” President E. Gordon Gee

“Now, we’re not going to do that every time,” Gee said. “We’re going to do it when there are serious issues. But it is substantive in terms of wanting to make sure people are aware of what is happening and to show that together we do care about what people are saying.” The university enacted the alert system in response to sit-ins by students who demanded accounting. She said student groups, such as OSU Stand Your Ground, initially pushed for the alerts to shed light on the scope of intolerance around campus. “If we do put enough light on what’s going on, then we may discourage those crimes,” Watkins said. However, some students have criticized the new system as being ineffective or, at worst, completely irrelevant. One criticism of the new system that many

students echoed was that, unlike the alert system for other crimes, the hate crime alert system does not warn students of any impending danger. “It’s kind of weird that the hate crimes are on there because they don’t pose an immediate threat aerospace engineering. “I don’t see what purpose it serves. They can do the same thing by putting a bulletin up on the Ohio State website. It’s not like an emergency situation that people need to know about right away.” Watkins, however, said there was value in quickly letting campus know when and where a hate crime occurred. “I don’t want anything to seem small, because any hate crime isn’t fair,” she said. Watkins, however, criticized the alerts in another way: she said they don’t do the job they were intended to do. “I feel that the emails are very vague and they really don’t tell you what’s going on,” she said. “OK, a hate crime happened, but they don’t actually tell you what happened, so you don’t know what to look out for. Was someone attacked, or was it just a note on the wall?” But despite the varying opinions on the email alert system, a common theme students expressed was that the university had not done all it could to deal with the recent hate crimes. “I think they can do more,” Simmerer said. “I don’t think the emergency alert system helps in any

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Adviser Appreciation Week was hosted April 16-20 for students to recognize and thank OSU academic advisers.


Ninety Ohio State faculty members have spoken out against the administration for sending out

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companies interested in managing campus parking operations. Faculty members from 44 different departments ranging from political sciences and geography to history signed a letter crafted by Enrico Bonello, professor of plant pathology, Paul Beck, professor of political sciences and Linda Lobao, professor of rural sociology and geography. All three are members of University Faculty Council. The letter was in response to President E. Gordon Gee’s email sent out Monday evening to students and faculty members, describing the RFP and its processes. “We strongly disagree with this interpretation, because parking services are essential for student access to classes, faculty access to students and staff access to work,” the letter states. “But even if we agreed, we believe this proposal is not in the best interest of OSU for several reasons.” The faculty members compared the one-time payment the private parking company would give to OSU to a loan.

“This deal is equivalent to a loan to OSU, repaid for the next 50 years with the foregone revenue that OSU would have received if it retained control of parking. Instead, that money would go to the private operator, in addition to whatever additional amount the operator could raise from higher prices or greater volume,” the faculty members said in the letter. “This loan would be repaid by a captive market of students, their parents, staff, faculty and alumni, at fee levels that the parking operator would be permitted to raise well above the average increases of the recent past.” Gee said the review process will begin when the proposals are received. “Once we get (the RFP) back, we’ll have discussions with the student leadership, with the staff leadership, with the faculty leadership and we’ll explain exactly what we have,” Gee said. “And then we’ll make a decision.” Under the proposed parking privatization plan, the operator would be required to maintain, not improve service levels, the faculty members argue in the letter. “Meanwhile, OSU would retain responsibility for many of the expenses now paid for with parking revenues. It would also acquire unknown new compliance monitoring and, possibly, litigation costs. When this revenue source now

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More than 90 faculty members responded to President E. Gordon Gee’s RFP for parking privatization.


campus Discount program gives OSU students no reason to ‘mooch’ when shopping local CAITlIn eSSIG Asst. multimedia editor

OSU students given opportunity to note thanks, appreciation for academic advisers JOSePh FrAZIer Lantern reporter

Ohio State students have the opportunity to pay at 15 local merchants including Formaggio Pizza, Across the Field, Kafe Kerouac and Kildare’s Irish Pub using a new form of currency: their name. Students can become members of Moocho Open Tab for free by entering their debit or credit card information at After shopping at a Moocho merchant, members present a photo ID to charge their purchases to their Moocho accounts and automatically receive discounts. CEO and founder of Moocho, Matt Levenson, said he hopes to offer the option of linking BuckID cards to Moocho accounts soon. As members of Moocho, students receive exclusive discounts at participating merchants and earn credit every time they spend a certain amount at each merchant. “You start out with 28 free dollars,� Levenson said. “On top of that, for all of the merchants except Campus State Liquor Store, you earn $1 of free credit for every $10 you spend. For that one (Campus State Liquor Store) you earn 50 cents for every $20 you spend.� Levenson said the benefit of this program is that the available merchants run specials for Moocho members that allow members to save, on top of the free credit they earn as they spend money at the merchants. “You can get 10 percent off at Hookah Rush, or $1 cherry bombs at the Loft. There are new specials every day,� Levenson said. “Moocho allows you to make yourself a VIP.� Levenson said details regarding the specials are available on Moocho’s website, and members also receive email alerts for new deals, receipts and credit balances. One merchant offering access to Moocho is Formaggio Pizza, located at 20 E. 13th Ave. Formaggio owner, Fadi Michael, said it is hard to tell how or if the program will benefit his business at this time. “(Moocho) is still very new,� Michael said. “We don’t know what to expect, but we hope it will work well for us. It should work out.�

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Michael said since the program is new, he hasn’t had any students use it yet, but he said he thinks it is a convenient way for students to save money. Formaggio offers $1 pizza slices to Moocho customers from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and the Loft at Formaggio offers $1 cherry bombs during the same time span, according to Moocho’s website. Levenson said there are about 3,000 OSU students signed up for Moocho, a number he hopes will grow. Another number Levenson said he expects will increase is the number of businesses who accept Moocho. “We absolutely expect to expand,� Levenson said. “In the next few weeks, I hope the number expands by 10 or 15 merchants.� Some students, such as Adam Chatlain, a second-year in business, said he would also like to see the program expand. “It’s a good idea, but I don’t know if I’d use it,� Chatlain said. “I’d be more interested in it if there were more options, maybe some more big names or popular places.� OSU is one of only seven college campuses nationwide where Moocho offers its program. “We chose OSU because it’s the best,� Levenson said. “(It’s) vibrant college community who really backs the local community.�

6 senior OSU faculty members awarded $20K grant for substantial research I saw President Gee walk in the meeting with some of my graduate students, I knew something was up, but I wasn’t expecting an award. It was absolutely shocking and very humbling. I normally find out about things, but I guess I’m not as good as I thought.� Hopper has made breakthroughs within her career, and her discoveries with the tracking of tRNA’s, a living cell or virus molecule that transports amino acids to ribosomes undergoing protein synthesis, in yeast will require that textbooks be rewritten. She loves her graduate students at OSU because they have a passion to learn and are easy to motivate. There is never a time when she isn’t being a scientist, she said. “I love plants and I have three dogs and I have a pond with koi fish. Science invades my life, but I love it. I live and breathe it,� Hopper said. “It’s more than a job, it’s a lifestyle.� Gee’s visit also surprised Louis DiMauro, professor of physics, said the commitment to education is what attracted him to OSU. The New York native has established a research group that focuses on the interaction between atoms and intense laser pulses on an atomic timescale. Researching and teaching is something he takes pride in. “The people of Ohio really value education,� DiMauro said. “I put a number of my graduate students at Stanford and Harvard. You are training the next generation.� Buckeye of about 16 years, Vince Roscigno, professor of sociology, focuses his research on the inequalities of groups in the American culture and across the globe. Recently, Roscigno has been working with scholars in Israel comparing the inequalities in religion. He said the research he has come across has been interesting and intriguing.

TIAnnA TOllIVer Lantern reporter As if being one of the six faculty members to win the 2012 Distinguished Scholar Award wasn’t shocking enough, President E. Gordon Gee made a surprise visit to the winners. The award recognizes senior professors who have completed substantial research. Established in 1978, Office of Research supports the award. Departments nominate the recipients, and a committee of senior faculty, including past recipients, choose the winners. This year’s Distinguished Scholars will be able to use the $3,000 honorarium and $20,000 research grant throughout the next three years toward their research in American politics, the inequalities in the American society, atomic physics and molecular genetics. Only six professors are recognized by this award annually, and Gee said he is proud of his colleagues. “Everything we do and accomplish at Ohio State depends on the talented people who work here,� Gee said. “These distinguished scholars are the cream of the crop, nominated by their peers and exploring some of the most vexing and pressing challenges of the day. Exceptional in their fields, they bring distinction to themselves and to Ohio State.� During a faculty meeting that seemed to be ordinary, each professor was interrupted with a surprise visit Gee who was accompanied by family members, students and other university administrators of the awardees. “I view myself as very nosy,� said Anita Hopper, professor of molecular genetics. “I like to know what’s going on and I’m not easily surprised. When

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Advisers across Ohio State were recognized during Adviser Appreciation Week with thank-you notes from students. To recognize OSU advisers, the Office of Undergraduate Education and the Academic Advising Association sponsored Adviser Appreciation Week April 16-20. “We don’t do it for the money, let’s just say that,� said Jane Palmer, an academic counselor in the Fisher College of Business. “But we really enjoy helping students across all walks of life achieve what it is they’re here to achieve.� It is that kind of sentiment that Adviser Appreciation Week recognized. “Advisers have been working overtime and on weekends to support students through the semester conversion, so in thinking about all of the different creative ways to recognize them, this week was developed,� said Amy Soter, an academic adviser in the School of Communication, and Jen Belisle, an advising resource coordinator in the Office of Undergraduate Education, in an email. One way for students to recognize an adviser was through the “Thank an Adviser� initiative. Students could send electronic thank-you notes through the Office of Undergraduate Education’s website or write a handwritten thank-you note at one of the tables set up throughout campus during Adviser Appreciation Week. Soter and Belisle said in the email they received about 150 electronic thank-you notes and more than 100 handwritten notes. Students will be able to send electronic thank-yous throughout the academic year, and handwritten notes will be sent to advisers during each annual Adviser Appreciation Week, Soter and Belisle said. Palmer was able to deliver some of those thank-you notes, not just receive them, because she is on the executive board of Academic Advising Association. “I’ve been on both sides, been able to receive some of these great benefits and also help provide them to other advisers across campus,� Palmer said. “Yesterday when I was at the table and students were coming to fill out the thank-you cards, just the number of students, it was just as rewarding for me to be standing there hearing students say, ‘Wow this is a great thing to be able to thank my adviser,’ and then again to actually participate in delivering the thank-yous.� Elizabeth Riter, an engineering scholars program manager, displayed one of her handwritten thank-you notes on her desk. “I had a student who was really appreciative of me helping them plan their major, and so I received a nice thank-you note from her, which was really



As a result of the time and devotion he puts into his research he has published two books, 55 articles and five book chapters. “Make sure you find and love what you do. And then work you ass off,� Roscigno said. The phenomenal reputation of OSU is what brought Janet Box-Steffensmeier, professor in government and politics, to Ohio from the University of Texas. Steffensmeier started off wanting to be a math teacher as she became the first person in her family to go to college. After earning her Ph.D. in 1993, she made OSU her home because she said she felt confident this is where she could get a good start. So far, she has used her research grant to help send one of her undergraduate students to a congressional convention and hired students

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last week was Adviser Appreciation week at OSU. nice just to see what sort of impact we’ve made on students,� Riter said. Adviser Appreciation Week also provided advisers with free coffee coupons, 10-minute massages, a tote bag that included a letter thanking advisers and a party at the end of the week. Riter, however, said she was too busy to take advantage of the week’s events. Kristen Rupert, an academic adviser in the College of Education and Human Ecology, said she took advantage of the massage. Her supervisor brought coffee and bagels to the office throughout the week as well. But it wasn’t the massages and coffee that were the most important to Rupert. “I got a really nice card from a student, which was awesome, because I think that’s kind of the most important thing to me,� Rupert said. Palmer, who also took advantage of the events, agreed. “I think that the thing that stands out most to me is the ‘Thank an Adviser’ opportunities,� Palmer said. “Just to see how when we’ve delivered the thank-yous to the different advising staff, you can see that it helps us remember why we do what we do.� But while the thank-you notes were the highlight of the week to many advisers, only about 250 notes were sent. Lars Benthien, a third-year in history, didn’t participate in Adviser Appreciation Week but said he was “dimly aware of it.� Benthien, however, supported the purpose of Adviser Appreciation Week. “Advisers are somewhat underappreciated, so I’m all for it,� Benthien said.




for the summer to help with her research in mass politics and legislators. Being presented with the Distinguished Scholar Award is still a shock for her, she said. “I was absolutely oored that my face had started turning red,â€? Steffensmeier said. “To be recognized by your own institution really meant the world, and it’s the best honor because I love OSU so much.â€? Michael Grever, a professor at the College of Medicine, and Jin-Fa Lee, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, were also awarded. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS


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published. In addition, with a highly regarded school of communication under his purview, perhaps President Gee should sit in on a journalism class with members of The Lantern to better understand the definition of ‘bad journalism’ before he flippantly used the term again,” the email said. Of Hayes’ report, Meyer said he has and will continue to maintain transparency in his job as coach at OSU. “We’re transparent. If you read that article, I mean, once again, I’m not sure what’s in there. It’s a three-month investigation of us,” Meyer said during an April 11 interview with The Lantern. “Articles like that — in case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been getting battle-tested for the last 10 years. It happens. Everybody’s got jobs to do. Mine is to coach this team and work with the student body.” Gee went on to scrutinize the “Sports Illustrated” investigative report of OSU, which was published as the cover story in the June 6 edition of the magazine. That report “revealed an eight-year pattern of violations under” Tressel. “(‘Sports Illustrated’) came out with this big story about Ohio State, all of which was ultimately proven to be false,” Gee said. “I mean, the guy must have been looking at another school.” Despite Gee saying the story, written by Sports Illustrated senior writers, George Dohrmann with David Epstein, included falsities, OSU spokesman Jim Lynch could not confirm that the university ever made a formal request for a correction or a retraction for either the “Sports Illustrated” or “Sporting News” reports.

“It’s difficult to address stories that rely almost exclusively on anonymous sources,” Lynch said in a Tuesday email to The Lantern. “Sports Illustrated” did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Dohrmann confirmed to The Lantern that no corrections, clarifications or retractions were issued for his story. Dohrmann, who said that he and “Sports Illustrated” both stand behind his reporting, added that he thinks Gee needs to go back and re-read the story. “(Gee) knows more about bow ties than he does about journalism,” Dohrmann said. OSU students weighed in on Gee’s assessment of the “Sporting News” and “Sports Illustrated’s” articles and seemed to stand by the publications and their work. In discussing “Sports Illustrated,” Kejuan Johnson, a first-year in business, said he didn’t think it likely that the publication was capable of producing bad work. “‘Sports Illustrated’ is ‘Sports Illustrated,’” Johnson said. “I couldn’t see it being bad journalism.” Amy Esswein, a second-year in biology, cautioned that everything Gee said needs to be taken with a grain of salt. “‘Sports Illustrated’ is not The New York Times, but it is not a tabloid,” Esswein said. “Gee shouldn’t be saying things like that, not that he doesn’t have a right to an opinion, but should be more sensitive to the issue.” Mary Posani contributed to this story.

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Crime from 1A way. We need more policing. It had to take awhile to spray paint an entire building, right?” Goecke agreed. “They did develop a task force to come up with suggestions, but that’s not dealing with the cause of the problem,” Goecke said. “A racial harassment policy needs to be enacted immediately, and not just some type of policy, but a really progressive and innovative policy.” Javaune Adams-Gaston, vice president of Student Life, defended university efforts and the alert system in a written statement Monday. “The safety of our students is our top priority,” she wrote. “Public Safety Hate Crime notices, distributed by University Police, allow us to work together as a community to be aware of these situations and provide assistance to law enforcement in identifying and bringing the perpetrators to justice.” Despite frustration with the crimes, students acknowledged the difficulty that comes in dealing concretely with the specter of racism, and gave credit to the university that this is not something that will be solved overnight. “I do feel the university is trying to do its best,” Watkins said. “I have never seen such hatred towards anyone as far as crimes going on around campus in all my five years. The frequency of things going on is shocking to me.” Whether or not the issue of hate crimes will be resolved soon, however, was met with disagreement.


“I think OSU is pretty culturally diverse, and I’ve never personally witnessed any hate crime,” Simmerer said. “Hopefully it will get better, but I don’t think it’s a huge problem right now.” Watkins, on the other hand, said she does not think things will be so easy. “I hope to say that change will happen,” she said, “but I see that every 10 or 20 years, we are fighting for the same things: for equality, for respect. I see maybe 20 years from now the same thing happening again.”

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Faculty from 1A obtained by OSU for parking disappears, how would the administration cover these costs? They would need to divert money from elsewhere, or raise other fees from students, staff and faculty,” the letter states. Furthermore, the professors said the parking privatization plan would not reap any benefits the administration is claiming that it will reinvest to its academic core. “However, a financial analysis shows that unless the private operator were willing to lend OSU far more than $400 million, there would be much less money available than the administration has claimed to invest in the academic core — if any,” the letter states. The letter also used examples from Chicago and Indianapolis to point out flaws in parking privatization. “As has been the case in prior experiments of this sort (e.g., in Chicago and Indianapolis), the preeminent concern of the private operator is profit for itself and a group of financial investors, and not

necessarily good services priced in a fair manner,” the faculty members said in the letter. It goes on to discuss the $200 million lawsuit that Chicago was threatened with this month because the city allowed a private company to construct a new garage that was arguably in violation of its original contract. Gee said that the university is still weighing its options, and even as a self-proclaimed proponent of the parking deal, he has not made a decision yet. “Speculating on what’s going to happen, all I can say is if they don’t meet that $375 million criteria, with the other things we’ve put in, then we simply won’t do it,” Gee said. “No one knows what is going to happen with this. I haven’t made up my mind myself … Those who oppose it have already made up their mind based on incomplete facts.” For the rest of this story, visit

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Long shines under Friday night lights DARIUS THIGPEN Lantern reporter In college baseball, a team’s best pitcher usually starts the Friday night game of a weekend series to begin the series with a win. For Ohio State baseball (22-18, 7-8 Big Ten), that ace is sophomore transfer, Jaron Long. Long, in his first year with the Buckeyes, started the first game of each weekend series in Big Ten play this season. Long said he likes being the Friday-night starter for the Buckeyes and starting the series off on a good note. “It’s definitely a nice honor,” Long said. “Any time you can win on Friday it makes it a lot easier and kind of puts (the other team) on their back heels and press a little more. Any time you can win on Friday it’s great to set the tone.” OSU baseball coach Greg Beals said Long is “our guy” after Long pitched a complete game in a 10-2 win against Nebraska April 13. “He’s proven that he’s our guy,” Beals said of Long, who is from Scottsdale, Ariz. “He’s earned the respect and confidence of our team.” One of Long’s teammates, junior catcher Greg Solomon, said Long has had a good season. “He’s been doing great for a long time now,” Solomon said. “I love catching him. He’s a competitor, and

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OSU sophomore pitcher Jaron Long winds up to throw the ball during an April 13 baseball game against Nebraska. OSU won, 10-2. for him to know and have confidence in all his pitches is a great way for him to get people out. He’s a good player.” Long began the season as a relief pitcher for the Buckeyes. Beals said after a good appearance, he knew Long had turned the corner as a pitcher. “We knew that he had the ability and that he has a knack for knowing how to pitch,” Beals said. “It took us a couple weekends to see him out there doing it and putting it into play. Once we saw him at Georgia Tech, when we saw him in four or five

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OSU senior pitcher Mikayla Endicott pitches the ball during a March 24 game against Indiana in Columbus, Ohio. OSU won, 4-3.

What a difference a year makes. At this time last year, almost 2,500 miles away in Eugene, Ore., Ohio State senior pitcher Mikayla Endicott and her teammates on the Oregon softball team were preparing for their second straight trip to the NCAA Super Regionals. Endicott, a native of Roseburg, Ore., was in her third year with the Ducks. After appearing in 41 games as a freshman and sophomore, she made only 16 appearances last season and had become impatient with the lack of opportunities the new coaching staff afforded to her. “Things weren’t really going in my favor,” Endicott said. “I really wanted the opportunity to play. They brought a new coaching staff in and they kinda were set in their ways, didn’t really give me any opportunities. I felt like it would be better to explore my options.” OSU coach Linda Kalafatis said her coaching staff was on the road recruiting

last June when they heard about Endicott’s situation. The Buckeyes had an open place on their roster going into the 2012 season and were looking for an upperclassman who wasn’t getting the amount of playing time she wanted. Kalafatis said they found that in Endicott. “Mikayla wasn’t getting the time that she had been getting, that she had gotten her freshman year,” Kalafatis said. “There was a coaching change there and a different philosophy. We talked to her and it seemed like what we needed, she needed.” Endicott visited OSU last summer after talking to Kalafatis about the opportunity to become a Buckeye. She said multiple things made her feel like it was the right place for her. “I came out here and I liked all the girls that I met,” Endicott said. “I liked campus and I thought that it would be a good fit for me and something good to try. It’s been great so far.” Visit for the rest of this story.

OSU renaissance man William H. H. ‘Tippy’ Dye remembered AARON GREEN Lantern reporter William H. H. “Tippy” Dye, a former three-sport athlete, coach and an influential administrator at Ohio State, died earlier this month at the age of 97 in Camptonville, Calif. “He was a very, very special person,” said Penny Carnegie, Dye’s daughter. “He was very humble and a warm, loving, caring person.” The 1937 OSU graduate, who was born in Harrisonville, Ohio, in 1915, and died April 11, is perhaps best remembered around Columbus for being the first Buckeyes quarterback to beat Michigan three times (1934, 1935, 1936). That feat was not matched until former OSU quarterback, Troy Smith, equaled it with wins against the Wolverines from 2004-2006. However, Dye’s three victories against the Wolverines are a mere bullet point in a long list of life achievements. The former Buckeye was an eight-time letterman across football (1934-1936), basketball (1935-1937) and baseball (1935-1936); an assistant coach on the 1942 OSU National Championship football team under Paul Brown; coach of the OSU basketball team from 1947-1950; coach of the University of Washington basketball team from 1951-1959; and athletic director of the University of Nebraska from 1962-1967. He also served three years in the Navy during World War II and held the position of athletic director at Wichita State University and Northwestern University. Although highly successful and well decorated, Dye wasn’t one to boast. “He never talked about any of his stuff unless you weaseled it out of him,” said Tippy Dye Jr., William Dye’s son. “He was so modest and humble. I don’t know that he thought he was great at anything. He knew how good he was, but it was like he was no better than a guy living in a box under a bridge.” Visit for to read the full story.

William H. H. “Tippy” Dye April 1, 1915 - April 11, 2012 8 year letter-winner

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on a Friday night in Florida as his first collegiate start,” Beals said. “He also had opening day at Nick Swisher field. (Swisher) is a big friend of his and his parents, so that was special for him. He also had opening day in the Big Ten conference. He’s had some pretty big starts and he’s quickly becoming seasoned.” The Buckeyes won their last game Sunday, 10-4 ,against the Fighting Illini. OSU’s next game is at home Wednesday against Bowling Green at 6:35 p.m.

innings in relief of shutdown baseball, we said OK this guy has it figured out.” In his most recent start against Illinois Friday night, Long pitched six innings in a 9-1 loss and allowed five runs on nine hits. He also struck out five batters with two walks. On the season, Long is 3-2 with a 2.08 ERA, has two complete games and 49 strikeouts to eight walks. Beals said Long had big starts for the Buckeyes throughout the season and sees improvement in his game. “He’s had big starts like Michigan

Football (1934-1936) Baseball (1935-1936)

Asst. Coach of National Championship Football team (1942) 34-0 (‘34) Quarterback (1934-1936) Record against Michigan (3-0) 38-0 (‘35) 21-0 (‘36)

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Men’s Basketball Coach


Guard (1935-1937) Captain in ‘37

Overall Record (53-34) Big Ten Record (27-21) Title (‘50)

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Wednesday April 25, 2012



Bowling for Soup to fish for woos in C-Bus


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After about 18 years together, the pop-punk band from Wichita Falls, Texas, Bowling For Soup, is still standing and is bringing its energy to Columbus. With a gold-certified record, Grammy nomination and numerous world tours later, lead singer Jaret Reddick said the band has done way more than it ever set out to do. “It’s definitely one of those things, from every situation to the next you can’t believe where you are,” he said. “We’re just very, very blessed. Everything is pretty much crazy at this point.” Fresh from their acoustic UK tour, Bowling For Soup is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. Sunday at A&R Music Bar in support of their 11th album, “Fishin’ For Woos.” The album comes from what a frontman does to his audience, Reddick said. “If I’m standing up in front of an audience and I’m like, ‘Are you guys ready to rock?’ and the audience goes, ‘Woo!’ that’s me for fishin’ for woos,” he said, “and I just reeled some in.” Reddick said the relationship-inspired love song, “Smiley Face (It’s All Good),” is probably his favorite song on the album. “That song just makes you feel good when you hear it,” he said. “It’s a song about how nothing is ever perfect, but you kind of got to look on the bright side of things sometimes, and when you’re able to do that, you deserve a little smiley face, a little gold star.” Although the band is primarily considered a pop-rock band, Reddick said it draws its influences from many forms of music. “We grew up in a small town in Texas, so obviously country is in there,” he said. “And we’re all children of the ‘80s, so we all grew up on the ‘80s metal and then discovered punk rock and blended all of that with a little bit of humor and lightheartedness.”

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Bowling for Soup is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. April 29 at A&R Music Bar. Reddick said one aspect of the band he is proud of is staying genuine. “We really are the same people on stage as we are off — just normal dudes who stumbled upon something that works for us, something that we believe in, something that we enjoy doing,” Reddick said. “I think a lot of bands end up putting on some sort of other face that really isn’t themselves and sometimes that can drive people crazy.” Logan White, 18, and a student at Central Ohio Technical College in Newark, Ohio, said in an email Bowling for Soup is one of his favorite bands and he’ll be attending Sunday’s concert. “What I like most about the band is the way they handle themselves and how they are. They’re all great people who have always created music they genuinely care about and never made the music for anyone else,” White said.

Breeze Harper, 22, of Salesville, Ohio, and student at Ohio University Eastern Campus in St. Clairsville, Ohio, said in an email she has been a fan of Bowling For Soup for eight years and is also a fan of opening band Patent Pending. “I love BFS because they blend amazing musical talent with smartly funny lyrics to create hilarious songs that are catchy and you can sing along with,” Harper said. Just like the band member’s personalities and humorous songs, the group’s live performances are just as amusing, Reddick said. The band rarely takes themselves seriously, he said. “We just like to bring smiles,” Reddick said. “We hope we help that bad day turn into a better evening. That’s what we do. If you don’t like smiling, you should not come see us.”

Brown’s new venture goes to the dogs

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Chris Brown started a new business April 22 called CB Breeds, which breeds dogs.

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In the world of public relations schemes, this one might just take the cake. The roller coaster that is Chris Brown’s life took yet another turn Sunday when the singer’s mother, Joyce Hawkins, took to her Twitter account, @ mombreezy, to announce her son’s new business venture: dog breeding. That’s right, dog breeding. In the tweet, Hawkins provided a link to the official “CB Breeds” website, where viewers are welcomed with an image of Brown posing and pouting alongside one of his furry friends. The whole thing at first seems like a joke, but unless Hawkins is playing some kind of bizarre prank on her son, the website appears to be legit. So far, no rebuttal has been made from Brown or Hawkins disregarding the business. Eight adoptable puppies are listed for sale on cbbreeds.webs. com, each with a photo and a name on display for potential buyers. The names are on their own somewhat entertaining, with four females (Princess, Precious, Pretty and Beauty) and four males (Fortune, Music, Jett and Freedom) representing the pack. Can’t wait to get your hands on one of these adorable pups? It won’t come cheap, as each is marked with a $1,000 price tag. Brown enters the puppy breeding business after his public

ASHLEY ALBERTSON image was tarnished in 2009 following an argument with his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. The situation, taking place the night before the Grammys, turned violent and resulted in Rihanna’s hospitalization. Brown was later charged with felony assault and making criminal threats, and was sentenced to probation and labororiented community service. Since the incident, Brown has taken on the daunting task of rebuilding his public image. From pleas to radio stations to once again feature his music, to showing a united front with Rihanna on the joint remixes of “Turn Up The Music” and “Birthday Cake,” Brown has done everything possible to maintain his relevance. No attempt, however, has been quite as blatant as Brown’s effort to associate with puppies.

Although it makes sense for Brown to want to attach himself to something that radiates innocence and cuteness, didn’t he already try that tactic when he was spotted hanging out with Justin Bieber? Brown even featured Bieber on his last album, “F.A.M.E.” What Brown might not have expected was the backlash breeding puppies could potentially bring. Animal rights activists often argue against the breeding of dogs. Groups, such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), claim breeders contribute and profit off animals when a population epidemic is plaguing animal shelters around the country. Looks like Brown’s list of haters might have just gotten a little longer. There’s no denying Brown is talented, but it is moves like this that make you wonder what, or if, the guy is really thinking. Or maybe a better question might be who is telling this guy what to do? If it is Hawkins, Brown might want to rethink the popular saying, “Momma knows best.” Only time will tell if Team Breezy will shell out the small fortune needed to support its man. As of now, all we can do is hope CB Breeds is some dumb gag. If for some reason it were legit, Brown probably would have been smarter just to stick with Bieber.

Kanye West still on rap’s throne despite recent trap music kick

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In all the years I’ve been obsessively following Kanye West’s career, I’ve noticed a pattern with him. He’s a theme-aholic. Each of his past studio albums have a central theme, a cohesive thought, which makes them fundamentally great rap albums in their own right. “The College Dropout” represented survival, “Late Registration” had an underlying theme of humility, “Graduation” oozed arrogance, “808s & Heartbreak” was about repentance, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” had an air of renewal, and “Watch The Throne” was created from sheer opulence. So what does West’s next studio album have in store for his fans? With the G.O.O.D. Music collaboration album coming out, I’m expecting to hear a lot more superiority, braggadocio and experimentation because of all the different featured

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artists. With the releases of “Mercy” and “Way Too Cold” (formerly known as “Theraflu”), the path West is leading us down seems to be less artistic and more of the trap music nature.

Some fans seem to have a problem with this direction, however. Trap music is a style of Southern rap (mostly having to do with selling drugs on the street) that is popular among artists such as T.I., Gorilla Zoe, Young Jeezy and others. It’s a style West rarely dips into, opting for more experimental beats. This style of music might seem too simple for a complicated producer like West. However there’s a purpose to this divergence from “Watch The Throne” and “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” — he’s trying to connect with a type of music he rarely uses and to connect with a different audience. Will that alienate his more highbrow, hipster or pale listeners? Possibly. However, West lost fans and gained new ones when “808s” came out. This will be no different. He’s

an artist that needs to keep moving forward in order to survive in the current musical climate. He’s always changing sounds from album to album, much like his fashion. He’s always evolving and trying out different genres of music and blending them with his own brand. He’s likely doing it to make it easier for newer artists in the genre to break out, such as trap artist Future, who hails from Georgia. Also, just because he might be going with this trap music vibe for the G.O.O.D. Music album, it doesn’t necessarily mean that will be the sound he goes for with his next solo studio album. The worst thing you could do as a fan of West is to ever expect him to do anything by the book. He does whatever he wants and that should never change.


studentvoice abby sweet Lantern columnist While we wait for more questions from our loyal readers, here’s a question to get you started. Ohio State has such a big campus. I almost feel like I am drowning because it’s so overwhelming! How do I meet people on campus? -Overwhelmed Dear Overwhelmed, Don’t fret! It’s a lot to take in. I know that I felt overwhelmed when I started here too. The good news is, since OSU has such a large and diverse campus, there is something for everyone here (and if there’s not a club, group or activity that you are into, you can start one). I would suggest starting off by exploring and joining one or two of the many clubs and activities we have on campus. I know that I have met so many great people just by being involved. Even before I came to OSU, I signed up for the Ohio State Welcome Leader Program and I met some great people that showed me around campus and helped me adjust that are now my best friends. Maybe being on the move-in crew isn’t your thing. Maybe you are into longboarding or speaking German, and we have clubs for that too. I encourage you to go out of your comfort zone and simply do what you like to do, or go learn something new. That’s the best way I have found to meet people. Just think, you could make some friends for life or at least see people you know as you tromp around our large and lovely campus. -ASDo you need advice or have a pressing question you need answered? We’re always looking for submissions for Sweet Advice. Send your questions to

Mac Miller raps up Internet following LANTERN columnist

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The announcement that rapper Mac Miller will be the featured artist for the Ohio Union Activities Board’s Big Free Concert further represents the changing of the prototype for how to make it big in the music industry. And few artists are as in touch with these new trends as Miller. Miller, along with Skrillex, the dubstep DJ, are set to perform at 6 p.m. May 12 on the South Oval at OSU, OUAB’s concert chair Courtney Chow said. But what sets Miller apart from his other popular musical peers is the way he gathered his

large and ever-growing fan base over time. Miller reached his point of popularity by breaking barriers and using the Internet to his advantage as an artist, whereas other artists have shied away from the big, bad World Wide Web. The Internet has become an all-in-one-stop shop for nearly everything in our lives. News, shopping and social experiences can all be found on the internet. Music is no different. While the radio often feels like it is playing the same five songs over and over again, undiscovered or under-appreciated talent is simply a search away on the Internet. I realize I am not breaking any new ground by telling you that music can be found on the Internet. But where artists used to fight this trend, worrying about losing the revenue streams that come from radio plays and CD sales, many artists have begun to use the Internet as a way to market themselves to fans. Miller has done this as well as any. In hip-hop especially, bloggers hold a great amount of influence to those using the

Internet to seek out their music. Establish a good relationship with these blogs and your music becomes more accessible to your fans. Miller has done this with a personality that engages his audience. As he often likes to say, “I’m just a kid.” Fans, especially young fans in college without much money, want music that they do not have to pay for. So what is a good way to connect to those fans and build a following amongst that group? Release lots and lots of free music through the Internet. With seven free mixtapes available for digital download in addition to numerous singles made available at no cost, Miller was able to build a fan base over the years by providing easily accessible, quality music. The next step to building your followers is interaction with your fans. Twitter has provided fans with a direct line to their favorite celebrities, and a celeb that frequently interacts with those fans is sure to only create a more devoted following to his work. Case in point: Mac Miller and his more than 2 million Twitter followers. Miller would make a habit of releasing a free song

every time he hit a milestone number with his followers. By making himself more accessible to his followers, an underground musical artist can slowly start to make his way up to the top of mainstream music charts. So what does this all add up to? Consider the fact that Miller’s debut album, released last fall, became the first independently released album to chart at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 since 1995, and it becomes obvious that the internet is a legitimate marketing tool for musicians. A major record label deal is no longer a prerequisite for high record sales. With a good work ethic, a relatable personality and a keen understanding of the market you are trying to sell to, artists can make a name for themselves with the help of the internet. Mac Miller is a part of a trend that will only continue to grow.


Planning ahead, organization can be tickets to a less stressful study abroad experience HANNAH BroKENSHIRE Lantern columnist President E. Gordon Gee has often been quoted saying a passport is the driver’s license of the 21st century, but for students planning to study abroad during their time at Ohio State, a passport is the least of your preparation worries. I’ve been lucky enough to travel a decent amount and thought applying to my program would be simple. I warn you, no amount of prior travel prepares you for the influx of paperwork and research that accompanies the myriad of applications. My advice to all future study abroad applicants:


become familiar with the Office of International Affairs. OSU boasts more than 100 study-abroad programs, and deciding which one is worth the time (and money) can be difficult. Once your program is chosen, the fun begins. The costs to go abroad are extensive, and for those of us balancing rent, loans and the general expenses of college life, scholarships are a beacon of hope. OIA’s website highlights certain scholarships through the office and OSU, but there are a bunch of other funding opportunities available to those who find the motivation do some extra digging. Some scholarship applications seem overly lengthy for a “small” amount of money, but hey, a $150 scholarship is surely worth the extra hour you spent editing your statement of purpose.

Be forewarned though, many applications require recommendations. It is crucial to connect with professors and faculty who can attest to your work ethic and personality. If you are planning to study abroad, start forming those relationships now. Letters won’t write themselves, and a great one can transform an average application into a stellar one. But ask early; nobody likes to receive frantic lastminute requests to write about how wonderful you are hours before a deadline. Another tip is to check in advance how many letters you will need, that way you need only ask once to cover all your bases (instead of bombarding your recommender’s inbox every two weeks like I did). Speaking of deadlines, there are plenty, and they can be spread out over several months. Beyond

application deadlines, keep track of important dates for scholarships, passports and travel payments. I would recommend investing in a planner dedicated solely to study abroad and all of the deadlines that accompany it. Once the stress of applying has passed, acceptance anticipation sets in. Don’t let the stress of applying deter you from studying abroad. Spending the extra time researching your perfect program and applicable scholarships is definitely worth it. Seek out departmental awards, have an extra pair of eyes read your essays, and once your final deadline is met, sit back and enjoy the excitement of your upcoming study abroad experience.

Wednesday April 25, 2012

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FALL 2012 3 Bedroom Home, 71 West Norwich w/washer/dryer in Basement, gas stove,refridgerator,gas heat,off-street parking, front porch, rear sun rooms $1020 per/month on 12 month lease. (614) 286-7150

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*LOOKING FOR 1 or 2 students to share spacious home close to campus (East Northwood), separate bedrooms, 2 kitchens, 3 bathrooms, laundry facilities and parking. $460/mo beginning 8/1/12 - 8/1/13. Call Kim @ 440-759-2310 102 W Maynard. 4 bedroom with one full bath that was just remodeled. Laundry included, $1660. Call 614-496-7782 1891 NORTH 4th & 18th Ave. 4 BR, 2 bath, for Fall. W/D, central air, D/W, parking, just renovated. $1200/month. 614-989-1524. 55 W. Maynard Ave 4 bedrooms 1 bath Central air Off street parking $1,075.00 Call 614-851-2200 AFFORDABLE 4 Bedrooms. Visit our website at 1st Place Realty 429-0960 AVAILABLE AUGUST 1, 2012 4 or 5 bedroom. $300.per bedroom. 69 E. Patterson W/D, dishwasher,A/C, 4 floors. Call Debbie 937-763-0008 or Jeff 937-763-5838

DON’T MISS this completely remodeled 4 bedroom double, 5 blocks from OSU. New everything!! Kitchen with granite countertops and all new appliances, 2 new baths, Central air, new high efficiency furnace, new windows, hardwood floors, fire alarm system, security system, lots of off-street parking. Available for August 2012. $2100/month. Call (614)206-5855 or (614)348-2307 Pic400 W. King -2Brm flat very tures at spacious Victoria Vlg area avail for fall. Near med. schools, 1 full bath, lndry in bsmt, A/C, off GREAT 4 BEDROOM HOUSE 100 E. 9th Ave str prkg & garage avail. Great 2 baths, fenced yard, location call G.A.S. Properties good pet okay. 263-2665 www.gasproperties.$1495/month com 537-4734 CLINTONVILLE/NORTH CAMPUS. Spacious townhouse with INDIANOLA/NEAR HIGH, 50 finished basement in quiet loca- Euclid, 1378.5 Indianola, 1371 tion just steps from bike path Summit and bus lines. Off-street park- Available for fall, newly-remoding, 1 1/2 baths, W/D hook-up, eled, hardwood floors, safe and AC, no pets. $720/month. 109 convenient, large bedrooms, W. Duncan. 614-582-1672 low utilities, d/w, w/d, free offstreet parking, a/c, starting at CLINTONVILLE/NORTH CAM- $325 pp, PUS. 2 bedroom apartment with newer cabinets, granite or 291-2600 countertops, off-street parking, AC, no pets, $520/month. 95 W. Hudson. 614-582-1672

#1 LOCATION, 13th-avenue, 3BR/2BA, huge bedrooms, A/C, all appliances,$400pp, http://www.veniceprops.# 1 2 Bedrooms AVAILABLE com/1655n4th.cfm August 2012! Beautiful, remodeled Townhouses and Apart- #1 NW Corner. Patterson & High. 3 BR, LDY, available Auments close to campus! $950/month. Phone Large bedrooms, ceiling fans, gust, 614-208-3111. A/C, cable/internet, FREE Steve washers & dryers, FREE off- street parking! Neil Avenue, Lane Avenue and more! Call $1125/MONTH. 3 bedroom plus 4th walk- through bed614.354.8870 room townhouse, 2539 Neil enue (Next to Tuttle Park and #1 KING and Neil. 2 BR, AC, the Olentangy Running Trail LDY, parking. Available Au- and a quarter of a mile from gust. Phone Steve 614-208- Lane Avenue). Excellent northwest campus location, new 3111. high efficiency furnace and cen$600+/MO - starting at $350 tral air, low utilities, FREE pp, 1-2 bedroom apartments, washer/dryer in unit, dish67 E 5th, 71 E. 5th, 1181 Say washer, hardwood floors, ceilAve., 320 E. 17th, 331 E. 18th, ing fans in all bedrooms. off-street, security 12th near High, Available for FREE, fall, newly-remodeled, hard- lighted parking. Call Brandon at 614-374-5769 to schedule a wood floors, large bedrooms, low utilities, d/w, w/d hook-up, tour. free off-street parking, a/c, 1511 PERRY Street or 291-2600. Available in fall - 3 bedroom with large living area. BSMT w/ W/D hookup. W/ Garage.


$1125/MONTH. 3 bedroom plus 4th walk- through bedroom townhouse, 2539 Neil Avenue (Next to Tuttle Park and the Olentangy Running Trail and a quarter of a mile from Lane Avenue). Excellent northwest campus location, new high efficiency furnace and central air, low utilities, FREE washer/dryer in unit, dishwasher, hardwood floors, ceiling fans in all bedrooms. FREE, off-street, security lighted parking. Call Brandon at 614-374-5769 to schedule a tour.

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#1 6 BR AFFORDABLE spacious and updated large BR House on Central campus. Gas heat, A/C, off-street parking, dishwasher, W/D hookups, decks, fireplaces, $435. 614294-7067. #1 5-8BR homes available: 66 East Northwood, 242 East Patterson,1665 North 4th Street, $1,750/MO, Large 5 bedroom house for Fall, 347 E. 12th Ave, 2 1/2 baths, Full storage Bsmt, HW floors, new insulated windows, blinds, dishwasher, Free W/D in unit, gas heat, AC, Free off-street. Lou Skarda, 651-503-5425. $2,600+/MO - starting at $400 pp, 5 BR homes, great locations, 80 Euclid/High, 225 E. 11th, newly-remodeled, spacious living areas, hardwood floors, newer kitchens with d/w, w/d hook-up, a/c, lower utilities, off-street parking, or 291-2600 $465/PERSON 5 Bedroom three story townhome (plus bsmt). Fantastic Location (45 W. 10th Ave). Updated w/new windows, central A/C, 2 1/2 Bath, W/D, dishwasher, Stove, fridge, Off street parking. Huge rooms. Will go fast. or (614)439-5059 $465/PERSON 5BR townhome CLOSE to the Ohio Union! 100 E. 13th Ave. Washer & dryer in the unit. Central air conditioning. 2 baths. 614-273-0112

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LOCAL COMPANY TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR ROUTE DELIVERY DRIVER · Full and Part-time Positions · 4 day work week · CDL A,B, & Non CDL positions available · Must have knowledge of Columbus Surrounding area OSU NORTH- Neil Ave. · Must be able to lift 25lb. Complete remodel. Available repetitively. now and fall. 5 large bedrooms · Competitive pay with Seawith closets (can accommodate sonal Bonuses. 7). New kitchen, tile floor with eating area, all new stove, Apply in person at: dishwasher, refrigerator, built3080 Valleyview Dr. in microwave. 2 baths. All Columbus, OH. 43204 bedrooms have ceiling fans, hardwood floors, large closets. MODELS WITH INTRIGUE Gas furnace, water included, needed for runway assignfree W/D in basement. Free 5 ments, upcoming 2013 calencar OSP. Central A/C. Call 571- dars, ongoing Gallery Maga5109. zine’s $25,000 “Girl-Next-Door” centerfold search, Penthouse Magazine’s 3D/HDTV mobile phone model search, and convention work. No experience reAVAILABLE NOW 14th Ave. quired. 352-8853 Kitchen, laundry, parking, average $280/mo. Paid utilities, MUSIC TEACHERS NEEDED 296-8353 or 299-4521. IN STUDENTS’ HOMES! NICE 5 bedroom house 2 full bath available for fall. Recently renovated. Newer appliances, windows, front porch, balcony, fenced back yard, 2 decorative fire places, eat in kitchen, 1st floor laundry hook up. 2380 Indiana St. 1650/ month. Call Pat at (614) 323-4906


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Contact: Colleen Kane colleen.kane@ Responsibilities: Development and maintenance of industry leading online marketplace for private investments, hedge funds, and private equity funds. Technologies: ASP.Net, C#,SQL Server, JavaScript, HTML, JSON, and CSS. Responsibilities: front end web development, integration of internal accounting and risk systems, development of server side applications, database development and mobile development. Computer Science majors preferred (others considered based on technical/analytical background)

FULL TIME/PART TIME SEASONAL Persons needed for retail sales in fishing tackle & bait store. Ex104 W Maynard. 5 bedroom perience in same helpful. Must with 2 full baths, both remod- be able to handle live baits of all types. Applications aceled, laundry included. $2075. cepted M-Th at R&R Bait & Call 614-496-7782 Tackle, 781 So. Front Street, Columbus. 614-443-4954 2405 EAST Ave. 5 bedroom 2 GROCERY STORE: Applicabaths townhouse. Available in tions now being accepted for the FALL! North campus. Just Full-time/Part-time employNorth of Patterson, one block E ment. Produce Clerk, Cashier, of High. $350 per person. Com- Deli Clerk, Stock Clerk, and pletely remodeled with newer Service Counter. Afternoons, carpet & ceiling fans. Huge evenings. Starting pay kitchen with DW and huge liv- $8.00/Hr. Enjoyable work atmoing room. Blinds, A/C & free sphere. Must be 18 years or WD, front and rear porch, free over. Great personalities only! off street parking.Walk a little Apply in person Huffman’s Marand save a lot! Call 263-2665 ket, 2140 Tremont Center, per Arlington (2 blocks north of 252 W 8th. 6 bedroom, 3 full Lane Ave and Tremont). 486baths, laundry and off street 5336. parking, Huge living space and HIGH TECH Co. needs pt/ft all bedrooms are in big! technical sales reps. Excellent Call 614-496-7782 wages. E-mail to 5 BEDROOM Town house. with “resume” on subject line. 119 Chittenden. 3 levels. Huge HOUSE CLEANING position. 4th floor sun deck. Central A/C. Must be detail oriented, and Parking. $1500. Call Chad reliable. Must have car, license (614)887-9916. and car ins. $10-12/hr, gas Background 5 BEDROOM. 93 W. Duncan. reimbursement. Call 614-527-1730 North Campus. 2.5 Baths. Off- check. street Parking. $2000. Avail- leave msg or email able 8/1. Close to Everything. Firepit. 614-397-2374 LAB TECHNICIAN Environmental testing lab has 6 BEDROOM. 201 W. 8th. 2 Blocks from Medical Center. part time/full time opening for 3 Full Bath. $2400. Carpet, lab technician. Must be accurate and detail oriented. OpporOff-street Parking. tunity to learn in a friendly enviAvailable 8/1. 614-397-2374 ronment. Mail resume to: AALI, 6 BR. 14th and Summit. Near 1025 Concord Ave.,Columbus, 43212 or email: Greek houses. W/D provided (free). Central AC. New win- dows. Front/back porch. EOE. $2650/mo. Adam 419-494LABORATORY INTERNSHIP 4626 or Sean 614-915-4666 available immediately. Please 7 BEDROOM. Two Blocks visit our website at from law school. Off-street parking. BIG BIG BIG! $2500. and click on the link of job postings/internships for more inforAvailable 8/1. 614-637-6300 mation. 94 W. Maynard Ave. 5 bedrooms PAINTERS WANTED FT, PT, 2 baths experience preferred. $10-12 Central air per hour. Clean Cut. Some latOff street parking ter work. $1,250.00 Phone & transportation Call 614-851-2200 required, 614-327-4348.

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 EASTSIDE CHILDCARE Center seeking professionals for HIRING: the following positions: floater, Hostesses. Go to schoolage teacher(s) and for drivers. Previous experience more info. working with children is a MUST. Indviduals working on an ECD degree is a PLUS. MOZART’S BAKERY AND VISend resumes to: ENNA ICE CAFE - Looking for parttime/full-time reliable RESPONSIBLE STUDENT to counter help, server help, assist with child care and kitchen help. High Street locahouse errands M - F morning tion, a mile north of campus. (6:30 - 8:30a). Inquiries at Email resume to

Help Wanted Restaurant/ Food Service NOW HIRING experienced servers and hosts at Bravo Crosswoods. Day and weekend availability is required. Please apply in person at 7470 Vantage Dr. Columbus.

SPAGHETTI WAREHOUSE Now Hiring for Servers & Hosts

Great Benefits & Flexible Schedules

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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 ILLUSTRATOR GRAPHICS-Graphic novel/line art. Publishing and Instruction Opportunities. Freelance.Terms negotiable. Contact 352-4715. STUDENT POSITION for Histology Lab. Part time, 8am-10 am M-F and 2pm-4pm M-F. Must have reliable transportation. $10/hour. Contact for additional information.

Help Wanted Sales/Marketing *EVERDRY WATERPROOFING IS NOW HIRING! Customer Service and Marketing reps. Part time position, evenings. Earn up to $350 per week part time! Advancement! Grow with a proven company that has been in the business for 35 years! Call Mr. Casey 614-850-5600

For Sale Real Estate 1078E MERRIMAR Circle North, 3 Floor, 2-3 Bedroom Townhouse, 1.5 Baths, Fenced Patio, 1 Carport, Assigned Parking Space. Close to 315, OSU, Bus Routes. $75k or best offer. 614-296-3418, 740-5872889 VACANCIES? VACANCIES? Vacancies? Let our leasing services pay for themselves. For your leasing, property management, or sales needs Call 1st Place Realty 429-0960.

General Services ATTENTION INVESTORS! CampusHandyman is your solution for your property maintenance needs.

GIFTWRAPPING SERVICES. Christmas. Valentine. Wedding. Birthday. Executive. Baby. Graduation. Mother’s Day. Father’s Day. Pricing negotiable. Cash only. 440-7416.

MUSIC INSTRUCTION: Classical guitar, other styles, Theory, Aural Training, Composition & Songwriting. Call Sound Endeavors @614/481-9191

Legal Services STUDENT RATES. Free initial consultation. Attorney Andrew Cosslett. Alcohol/Drug, Traffic, DUI, Criminal, Domestic. Credit cards accepted. 614725-5352.

Resumé Services RESUMES. BIOGRAPHIES. Memoirs. Family histories. Military histories. Pricing negotiable. Cash only 440-7416

Typing Services TYPING. SECRETARIAL. Dictation. Filing. Organizing. Copies. Resume services. Pricing negotiable. Cash only. 440-7416.

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 or call Jim at 614-371-2252.

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Tutoring Services A MATH tutor. All levels. Also Physics, Statistics and Business College Math. Teaching/tutoring since 1965. Checks okay. Call anytime, Clark 2940607.

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GET PAID Daily to Advertise!! Work From Your Computer. Full-Time Pay Working Only Part-Time. 919-786-0248; VOLUNTEER COUNSELORS www.pays2percentdailytoadverneeded, 18 and over, prefer- ably male, for Muscular Dystrophy Association’s summer camp June 10-15 in Ashley, SEEKING A job? OH. Great career builder! www.Employmentpipeline.Great fun! Call (614) 841-1014. com The best online site to find the job you deserve. Don’t miss out

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COLLEGE STUDENTS. Highly motivated people with good attitude needed for irrigation service industry. Full and Part- HORSE OWNERS! Horse farm’s apartment (utilities paid) time. 457-6520. E-mail and horse stall. Near Darbydale. 29 minutes to OSU. LAWN CREW Members (PT) $800/mo. 614-805-4448 or and Lead (FT) 614.760.0911 OSU PROPERTY Management Company seeks student Summer landscapers We are looking for part time and full time students to help with upgrading/maintaining our campus properties. We need students who can build landscape walls, mulch, weed and plant shrubs, etc. Must have truck and equipment. Also, must have motivation, be self driven and reliable. Please send resume along with references to: SMALL COMPANY over 50 years in business needs F/T or P/T worker. We will work around your schedule. We do gutters, siding, roofing & light repair work. Nelson Roofing 4636 Indianola. (614) 262-9700.

For Sale Automotive 1998 ACURA 3.0CL 140,0000 ml +/- Red tan interior, Sunroof, alloy wheels “Pampered by Owner” Great car. Asking $4,200. 614 848-3726

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BUY 1 - GET 1 FREE AIRFARE $9.95 Ticketing Fee On Free One!

GIFTWRAPPING SERVICES. Christmas. Valentine. Wedding. Birthday. Executive. Baby. Graduation. Mother’s Day. Father’s Day. Pricing negotiable. Cash only. 440-7416.

PSEUDO-INTELLECTUAL TSHIRTS! Humorous apparel and gifts for smart shoppers available online at WWW.SCREWYTEES.COM Find any t-shirt you want, design your own, or just come browse funny shirts for laughs.

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