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After making a surprise pit stop at Sloopy’s Diner on campus Tuesday morning, President Barack Obama spoke at Capital University to an eclectic crowd full of students, Republican protesters and other supporters. It was sprinkling as an estimated crowd of 3,300 people filed into the Quad at Capital to watch the president speak at his ninth visit to Ohio this year. Meanwhile on Ohio State’s campus, Obama was being served a Reuben sandwich during his surprise visit to Sloopy’s Diner in the Ohio Union. The clouds gave way just before Obama took the stage at 1 p.m. “I am glad we got some students here because I came to Columbus today to talk about what most of the students are doing every day,” Obama said. “Your education is the single most important investment you can make for your future.” Obama said it wasn’t breaking news to anyone in the audience that some type of higher education — be it a fouryear university, community college or technical school — was almost necessary to obtain a job. And higher education, he said, eliciting chants of “four more years,” should be available to everyone. “Higher education is not a luxury, it’s an economic necessity,” he said. Student loans are something Obama said he is all too familiar with, as he and first lady Michelle Obama only finished paying off their own student loans eight years ago. “We’ve been in your shoes. Neither of us came from wealthy

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President Barack Obama exited Air Force One Tuesday in Columbus prior to his visit to Capital University.

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Last Fall Quarter, 16 percent of Ohio State undergraduate students were registered for more than 18 credit hours. With the addition of a new fee this semester for students “overloading” courses, that number has dropped to less than 1 percent of undergraduate students. Resident students enrolled in additional credit hours on the Columbus campus will pay an extra $382 in instructional charges per credit hour and a $15.50 general fee per credit hour, totalling $397.50. Out-of-state students will pay the $382 per extra credit hour plus a $642 non-resident fee and a $15.50 general fee, totaling $1,039.50 on top of regular tuition for each additional credit hour enrolled in past 18. The fee is smaller at regional campuses, where resident students are only charged $288 in instructional fees and a $9.50 general fee per extra credit hour. As of last Monday, University Registrar Brad Myers, said only 329 students are enrolled in 18 or more credit hours for the semester. He said the number will fluctuate slightly over the next few weeks as students add and drop classes, but that number pales in comparison to the 8,370 students who were enrolled in more than 18 hours last fall, a number that was taken on the first day of Fall Quarter classes last year. The roughly 16 percent of students taking more than 18 hours of class dropped to 13 percent at the census date a few weeks into Fall Quarter 2011. Ohio State’s chief financial officer Geoff Chatas said the university

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President Barack Obama swung by Sloopy’s Diner at the Ohio Union Tuesday to grab a Reuben sandwich before heading to Capital University to deliver a re-election campaign speech. According to several onlookers, Obama arrived at the Union shortly after 11 a.m. and left just before noon. Students pressed toward the west windows of the Union lobby, getting as close to Sloopy’s as possible to get a better glimpse at Obama eating his lunch. Christian Goodrich, a third-year in civil engineering and waiter at Sloopy’s, had more to brag about than just a glimpse. He took Obama’s order. “He ordered a classic Reuben with potato chips,

a piece of Buckeye pie for himself, and then for one of his aides, he ordered an American cheeseburger with french fries,” Goodrich said. He also said Sloopy’s staff was completely taken by surprise by the visit and was informed earlier in the morning that a VIP would be coming in, but only found out 15 minutes before Obama’s entrance that it was the president. Joel Linik, sous chef for University Dining, also took to Facebook when he not only saw the president for the first time, but cooked his Reuben. “I’m very proud to cook for the president,” Linik said while posting to Facebook on his phone. He also said, even though it was the president he was cooking for, he just made the sandwich as he would for any customer. “I would cook the same way for anybody,” Linik said. Some students in the building were selected

to go outside to the Union’s Potter Plaza, near its College Avenue entrance, and Bobby Bowles, a second-year in communication, was selected to join the crowd outside. “We saw Secret Service guys so we kind of knew something was going on,” he said. “All of a sudden we were in line to go outside. It just happened by chance.” Bowles said he shook Obama’s hand and the president complimented him on his Los Angeles Angels hat. “There was a bunch of people that were saying ‘I’m Republican, but this is still cool,’ he said. “It doesn’t really matter what party you are. It’s still the president.” Rob Schuetz, a first-year in exercise science, was also selected to go outside. He said it was

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campus Revamped residence halls ‘very appealing’ for campus dwellers Anna Duee Lantern reporter

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The Park-Stradley residence hall reopened this fall after being closed last school year. The remodeling was part of a $172 million South Campus construction project.

The new 10th Avenue residence hall became home to hundreds of students this past week as the building made its debut, providing beds for more than 500 students. The Lantern reported in October that the project would carry a $51 million price tag. For resident John Nemer, a third-year in microbiology, it was the stainless steel kitchen that made him realize that this is a new kind of residence hall. Besides the laundromat and study rooms, each six-person suite is comprised of a common area with a microwave, a bathroom with three sinks and three two-person bedrooms. Sarah Chasteen, a second-year in Spanish, lived in Scholars East residence last year. When she watched the residence hall on 10th being constructed, she applied to live there the following year. “I love this building,” Chasteen said. “I love the windows, that’s what made me wanna live here, because in some other dorms you get a half window.” Sunday was move-in day for students living on campus, and the feedback from students moving into the new dorm was very positive, said Nemer, who was one of the first to move in. He said the interest in the building is due to its convenient location and new amenities. “There is a huge demand for this building, because it’s brand new and its setup is very appealing,” Nemer said. Student residents pay $3,609 per semester to live there, and according to OSU’s undergraduate admissions website, students pay roughly $10,392 for on-campus room and board, depending on which meal plan they select.

Nemer and other students said they appreciate the spacious rooms the newly renovated residence halls offer. The nearby Park-Stradley Hall received an interior makeover, adding new rooms and more natural light. The building opened this month after being closed last year as part of a South Campus residence hall renovation project The Lantern reported in February cost $172 million. Paul Wojdacz, Park-Stradley Hall director, said the building from the 1960s needed a renovation to better fit the needs of its students. He said student response to the changes has been positive, especially for the 10th-floor lounge that Wojdacz said has the best view on campus. Ashley Ingram, a second-year in animal science, said she was apprehensive at first when she realized she would live with five girls in her 10th Avenue suite. “It will be a different experience with one shower and six girls,” Ingram said. “I had one roommate before, which is a big difference, but I am excited to meet new people and have different experiences.” Getting involved and interacting with new people is one way students take advantage of OSU’s first-year on-campus living requirement. “There are so many people, I feel like I can meet a new person every single day. I really like that,” Chasteen said. In order to keep students involved throughout the school year, resident assistants organize social events like ice-cream nights and volleyball tournaments. Some students have embraced the idea of living on campus and are excited for the upcoming school year in their new home. “You get the college experience living in residence halls,” Chasteen said. “I think that’s a big part of it, and you’ll meet more people this way. That way when you live off campus, you’ll have people you can live with.”

Veterinary facility to bring students job opportunities Sarah Niekamp Lantern reporter Distressed dogs in Dublin don’t need to travel far when Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine’s new hospital opens its doors. Dr. Rustin Moore, chair of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and associate dean for the clinical and outreach program, said the new facility, slated to open in spring, will offer jobs and new opportunities for students and more space for animals. “The academic perspective will provide students a unique and complimentary experience,” Moore said. “It is a pretty robust program with a number of clinicals going on at one time.” There also will be employment opportunities for pre-veterinary and veterinary students to work on weekends and in the summers. Moore said students will cycle through core rotations so they receive additional experience in a private specialty hospital.

The Veterinary Medical Center opening in Dublin will be an expansion of the Hospital for Companion Animals and will be a 24-hour private specialty hospital, so vets can quiet the barking chain any time of night. “We will have the ability to enroll additional patients, and this will benefit the animals. It will provide another service for clients, and also private practitioners,” he said. “It will service a feeder of patients that are more complex.” The facility will provide 24-hour emergency services, specialty services such as general and orthopedic surgery and internal medicine. “If clients and students are closer to Dublin than to Ohio State, the new vet center will definitely benefit a lot of people,” said Alex Bergman, a fifth-year in mechanical engineering. “It will also help the animals because they will be able to care for so many more.” Megan Mickley, a third-year in consumer and family financial services, said she considers the employment opportunities to be the

Zip line, free food draw students to Buck-i-Frenzy Brandon Klein Lantern reporter

In its fifth year on campus, Buck-iFrenzy continued to draw heavy crowds of students Tuesday. Attracted by the free food, beverages and supplies, more than 25,000 students celebrated their last day of summer break trying to get as many free things as they could from more than 60 vendors. Hannah Beardsley, a marketing intern for Student Life Marketing and Communications, said the semester conversion posed a huge planning challenge for what is one of the first big events of the school year. “This year we had to adjust our timeline due to the semester conversion, so the planning process began in April. The construction happening along 17th Avenue has affected our layout slightly, so we had to adjust by pulling more people,” Beardsley said. “Although we were worried about the short summer, we have been really organized and have hit our deadlines. This is the fifth year for the event and our staff knows what to expect now.” Kellie Uhrig, director of Student Life marketing and communications, said the crowd peaked around 1 p.m. as 25,000 people attended the event throughout the day. Beardsley said a circus theme brought clowns and sideshow entertainment. Mimes and stilt walkers were also moving among the crowd, entertaining students. “It’s pretty fantastic and enthusiastic,” said Wangfan Mo, a third-year in industrial engineering, while waiting in line for free food. Jessica Villagran, a first-year in biomedical engineering, agreed but was displeased by the long lines that covered the area outside the Recreation and Physical Activity Center, which left students waiting in the afternoon sun. Aside from the free food and drinks at the event, students were also able to participate in activities such as rock climbing and corn hole. Beardsley said a new addition to this year’s Frenzy was a 200-foot zip line brought by Super Games, a company that provides inflatables for events. “We were not sure if bringing a zip


best part. “With so many students trying to find jobs, it is great that they are providing employment for students. Especially undergraduates who need the experience,” Mickley said. The university is planning an enhancement and expansion at the Veterinary Medical Center on campus, and the new facility will work as a “swing space,” Moore said. According to a university release, the Veterinary Medical Center is one of the largest facilities in the world, and it offers more than 20 specialized areas of practice. Moore said the new facilities will offer the same standard of care but it will be delivered in a different way.


Obama talks student loans at Capital President Barack Obama gave a speech Tuesday afternoon at Capital University to a crowd of about 3,300, following a brief lunch at Sloopy’s Diner at the Ohio Union on OSU’s campus.

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Buck-i-Frenzy drew a crowd of more than 25,000 people Tuesday as students spent their last day of summer collecting free stuff and eating free food. line to campus was possible. But we thought students would really enjoy it so our staff made it happen,” she said. Hannah Parks, a second-year in biology, and Allison Sirk, a second-year in biomedical engineering, were among the students who tried out the zip line Tuesday. “It was so much fun,” Parks said. “We waited about 20 minutes in line, but it was worth it.” Sirk and Parks said they plan to attend next year too. “I’m glad they had it this year,” she said. Uhrig said the self-funded welcome week event collects $1,500 from each

food vendor that sets up at Bucki-Frenzy, and $1,700 for all general vendors. More than 60 vendors were hosted on Tuesday.


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families, both of us graduated from law school with a mound of debt. When we got married, we got poor together,� he said. “We paid more on our student loans than we did on our mortgage and that went on for years.� During his time in office, Obama said he has worked to raise K-12 standards so students are better prepared for college and to make financing more affordable. About 363,000 students received Pell Grants in Ohio in 2010, and more than 44,000 of those were in Columbus, according to campaign statistics. Ian Zinsmeister is one of those students. He recently graduated from Xavier University in Cincinnati with a degree in history and secondary education. “I saw (former President George W.) Bush when he was in office, and seeing a sitting president is pretty special, especially a president you like,� said Zinsmeister, who was seeing Obama speak live for the first time. “Coming out of $75,000 in debt, I mean, everything that he was saying I already knew, and that’s one of the reasons I support him.� Zinsmeister was with his mom, Kim Kennedy, who volunteers for Obama for America in Westerville, Ohio. Obama told the crowd, primarily the students, that a degree from a university is the most important tool they have in finding a job in their field. “Your education has never been more important,� Obama said. “This is about more than your own success, because now more than ever, your own success is America’s success.� Nathan Cotton, a first-year in public affairs who attended the speech, said Obama’s plan for education has worked so far, and he doesn’t think we should abandon his efforts now. “It’s nice that he cares about us and what we’re going though,� he said. With the dynamic market today, Obama said businesses will create jobs wherever they can find the most skilled workers. “Businesses are mobile in the 21st century. They can locate anywhere,� he said. “I don’t want them to have to look any farther than right here in Columbus, 614.247.7030

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implemented the charge because it was losing money when students over enrolled. “Some kids were taking way too many classes,� he said. “We just realized that we couldn’t continue to provide a product, unlimited credit hours, without covering some of the cost. That’s not fair to all the students if some are taking huge amounts of credit hours and others are taking less.� Students enrolled in 12 to 18 credit hours will continue to pay tuition at a flat rate. Chatas said the six-credit-hour window gives students enough flexibility to schedule a normal course load without having to pay more. “If you go beyond that, you’re now using the resources of the university and we’re going to charge a reasonable amount,� Chatas said. The new academic fee has been implemented simultaneously with a tuition increase starting Fall Semester, a rate that saw a 3.5 percent increase for the 2012-2013 academic year over the previous year. Chatas said the money collected from the fee will go to the general pool of funds for the different colleges, based on enrollment numbers in the college. “If everyone is signing up for more psychology classes, it will go to the College of Arts and Sciences. If everyone is signing up for more

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“personable� for Obama to surprise students and also shook Obama’s hand. “There (were) snipers on the roof and stuff. The security guards were all like ‘Keep your hands out of your pocket,’ and stuff. It was a little intense, but cool,� Schuetz said. University officials did not immediately respond to comment on whether the university was aware of Obama’s visit. Undergraduate Student Government President Taylor Stepp said Obama’s visit also took him by surprise. Stepp said a friend in the Union tipped him off that people there were stirring about the president coming. “It’s remarkable he’s been here so many times

right here in Ohio.â€? Obama has held 11 political events in Ohio this year, according to information from his campaign. With 18 electoral votes, Ohio is considered a battleground state in the November presidential election. Obama kicked off his re-election campaign at the Schottenstein Center May 5. Tuesday was the president’s first visit to Columbus since May. Vice President Joe Biden and Michelle Obama, however, stopped in Columbus in July. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has not made a campaign stop in Columbus since April, when he spoke at Otterbein University, but Romney’s tour bus was parked on Capital’s campus Tuesday while Obama spoke and at OSU Monday during the Involvement Fair. Janet Lewis, 25, a law student at the University of Louisville, said she is already $93,000 in debt with student loans and came out to support the president Tuesday. Not everyone, she said, can afford to borrow money from their parents, which is one suggestion Romney has made for students who can’t afford college on their own. “Romney hasn’t given a solid plan (on education),â€? she said. “I can’t stand behind a president that can do nothing but throw other people under the bus.â€? Niraj Antani, communication manager for OSU College Republicans, was at Obama’s speech Tuesday as a form of protest. He said the president did not take responsibility for his presidency. “The president is pushing off blame on Gov. Romney,â€? Antani said. “The president of the United States is begging people to register to vote and support him.â€? But most of those in attendance didn’t need much persuading. When Obama asked for a second term as president, the crowd erupted. “We’ve got more jobs to create ‌ we’ve got more doors of opportunity to open,â€? he said. “That’s why I’m asking for a second term as president.â€? Michael Periatt and Kristen Mitchell contributed to this story.

engineering classes it will go to the College of Engineering,â€? he said. “It goes back into the general college to cover the costs.â€? Kyle Fullmer, a second-year in psychology said that while he has never overloaded credit hours during his time at OSU, he would be discouraged from doing it now. “It’s a little extensive. It will definitely deter more students from going over 18,â€? he said. Fullmer said he thought the fee seemed high, but could see why it would be necessary. While the fee implementation came at the same time as the semester conversion, Myers said the two are unrelated. “Honestly, it’s happenstance. They had originally intended to put this in place fall a year ago,â€? he said. “It wasn’t specifically intended to be aligned with the semester conversion.â€? Myers said OSU has been somewhat of an outlier with its previous flat rate tuition policy. “Some institutions simply don’t plateau at all ‌ they don’t stop at 12. At 13 they pay extra, at 14 they pay extra. That incremental increase of fees just keeps going up.â€? Myers said other public Ohio institutions have some consideration for overload. According to its website, Bowling Green University has a fee in place that charges students an extra $200 per credit hour past 19. The University of Cincinnati has a fee in place similar to OSU’s.

in the past couple years,� Stepp said. “Ohio State is obviously a battleground state, so anytime we get any national political attention I think it’s always great for the university. It’s great the president of the United States came here, regardless of where you stand politically, because it’s an honor.� Stepp said he also shook the president’s hand Tuesday, but had met him before at the Schottenstein Center in May. Recalling meeting him then, Stepp said, “I got a nice Facebook profile picture with him.� Goodrich was all smiles recounting his interaction with the president. “This will definitely be something (I’m) going to be remembering forever,� Goodrich said. “I took the president’s order.�

Air Force One touches down in Columbus Air Force One landed at Rickenbacker Inland Port at about 10:40 a.m. Tuesday. President Barack Obama got off and greeted supporters before he spoke at Capital University that afternoon.

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PAT BRENNAN Sports editor Between injuries to key players, a lack of depth at several positions and installing coach Urban Meyer’s spread offense, Ohio State football‘s offensive unit has been slow to acclimate itself for the new season. A Saturday OSU scrimmage might have provided a glimpse of offensive outbursts to come for Buckeye Nation, Meyer and the entire country. OSU offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman has helped lead the overhaul of a Buckeyes’ offense that ranked 108th in total offense in the country in 2011. For Herman, the scrimmage was evidence that after 15 spring practices and three weeks of fall training, the Buckeyes’ offense was finally catching up to its defensive counterpart — his unit was finally wearing down a Silver Bullet defense that had grown accustomed to victory in practice. Coaches and players of both units joked about the ongoing battle between the two units Tuesday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, but all agreed that OSU’s new up-tempo, spread offense had finally arrived. Meyer used the spread offense to propel Florida to two national championships, and the evolution of installing the system at OSU began as early as Herman’s interview for the offensive coordinator job. “I think (Meyer) said, ‘Here’s what I’ve done. Here’s what’s time tested. Here’s what’s proven. What have you done that can enhance this without wholesale changes,’ and then, obviously, bring in the up-tempo stuff, was a big part of that,” Herman said.

“A few minor tweaks and adjustments here and there to enhance the offense, but I think when we first got here he said, ‘This is what I want to do. This is what I believe in. If you have ways to enhance it, tweak it, make it better, great. But let’s not stray too far away from the core.” OSU might still be attempting to live down its 108th-ranked total offense from a year ago, and Herman got to see evidence of his unit’s successful adaptation to the new system Saturday. During the scrimmage, there were moments when the offense was snapping the ball before the defense even had time to a hand on the ground, Herman said, adding that those are the moments when players buy into the concepts he’s been selling. “I see our defense tired, which is the biggest thing,” Herman said. “We’re not perfect yet, we’ve got a long way to go in terms of the crispness that we want it at, but at least it was at the speed for moments of that (Saturday) scrimmage.” OSU players and coaches on the defensive side of the ball pushed back, if only jokingly, at the notion that the spread has taken hold and made for more competition in practice. For one, defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Luke Fickell chuckled while noting that Herman had only brought the offense’s progress to light when no other coaches were in the vicinity. The suggestion was lighthearted, though, and he eventually agreed with Herman’s assessment of the offense’s progression. “Obviously, they’ve had to install a completely different offense and you really see it starting to come together. That’s what’s great,” Fickell said. “You

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OSU sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller runs down the field during the Buckeyes’ April 21 Spring Game at Ohio Stadium. The Scarlet team defeat the Gray team, 20-14. know, it’s been exciting out there and it’s been tough on our guys. I hope they are (catching up).” Junior defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins was second in tackles for the 2011 Buckeyes with 67, 11 of which were for loss, and three sacks. He wasn’t as complimentary as Fickell while remarking on the offense’s improvement. Rather than the offense perfecting its plays, Hankins smiled while suggesting they had merely become more familiar with the defense’s schemes. “We’re just going to have to work harder and give a better look and kind of change some things up,” Hankins said.

Bearing a wide grin, Hankins finally relented and fell in line with what appears to be the growing consesus within the team regarding the growth of the offense. “It’s getting more competitive,” Hankins said. “They’re learning.” Less than two weeks remain until OSU is scheduled to open the 2012 season against Miami University (Ohio). As game time nears, Herman said he expects the foundation that has been laid to support additional growth within the new spread offense, and he expects it to happen faster. “I think the kids are buying in,” he said. “Which makes the teaching that much more accelerated.”



Ohio State football named a quintet of senior captains Sunday night — nose tackle Garrett Goebel, linebacker Etienne Sabino, fullback Zach Boren, defensive lineman John Simon and running back Jordan Hall. The five players were chosen by their peers to lead first-year OSU coach Urban Meyer’s squad, which learned Saturday that it is ranked No. 18 in the Associated Press’ first Top 25 poll of the season. The players were made available to the media Tuesday and shared their thoughts on being named captain.

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“I mean, I never really thought about it too much. Like, if it happens, it happens — it’s an honor. If it doesn’t, I’m not gonna get my head down or anything, you know, I’m still gonna go out there, work as hard as I can and lead. But it was just cool knowing that my teammates, you know, thought that highly of me.”

“You follow when it’s time to follow and you lead when it’s time to lead — it’s time for me to lead ... Like I said before, I’m honored by it. You know, to be picked by my teammates as, you know, one of their leaders is humbling. It’s something I’m honored by and I’m going to do my best to lead this team.”

“One of my first goals was to be a captain here. It felt good (to be named captain), but at the same time there’s still a lot of work to be done because being elected captain there’s a lot of pressure on you to help lead the troops and I’m looking forward to that.”

“It’s a tremendous honor to be a captain, especially being voted by your teammates. That means a lot. Proud of all the captains we got — we’ve got a great group of guys. It’s our job to lead well and be responsible for this year.”

“(I’m) really proud. I mean, all the captains before me — it’s big shoes to fill and I’m looking forward to it ... It kind of caught me by surprise. I knew I had a chance but when coach Meyer called my name, it kind of did catch me by surprise. But I look forward to leading the team.”

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Commentary: ESPN series puts ‘student’ in student-athlete GRANT GANNON Lantern reporter Last week, ESPN aired an all access four-part series titled “Ohio State Training Days,” that provided viewers an outstanding and positive look at a side of Buckeyes football that the majority of people never get to see. The behind-the-scenes series reminded us that these young men are just that — young men. These players, who are adored one minute and highly scrutinized the next, are simply college students having fun playing football with their best friends. High-pitched screams of players while taking post-practice ice baths, looks on players’ faces when the early morning wake-up calls arrived and players showing nerves for an upcoming finals are aspects of student-athlete life rarely observed outside the confines of the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

Stealing the episode in this aspect was sophomore wide receiver Devin Smith. Probably best known for catching the gamewinning touchdown against Wisconsin last season, Smith told the ESPN cameras he has always loved to make people laugh and then showed off his best impressions of retired basketball player Shaquille O’Neal, rapper Jay-Z and OSU coach Urban Meyer. Another light-hearted moment of the series was the humor of offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman. He quoted Adam Sandler’s “The Waterboy” after sipping on a water bottle to make sure it was “all right for the players to drink.” Then, in a quarterbacks meeting, he tested some of his players’ knowledge of the 1986 movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and later referenced the 2008 movie “Step Brothers.” It made me reminisce on the days when my high school football coach would constantly quote “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.” Urban Meyer’s coaching style and his relationship

with his players was also interesting for the viewer see. When he talks to the press about his players, what sometimes gets reported is parts of the team that are not performing well or other negative stories. By comparison, when my dad, a high school offensive line coach for more than 30 years, talked about his position players that way, he was usually upset or disappointed in them. Meyer’s actions on the show, however, did not reflect disappointment at all. His demeanor throughout the four episodes was completely the opposite. Meyer never yelled very loudly at any one player and was always positive with and words of either praise or encouragement to do better for his players. He even cracked jokes at players. Specifically, Meyer told sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller not to mess with freshman Noah Spence because the defensive lineman would break him in half “like snapping a stick.” Visit to read the rest of this story.

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thelantern concerts Wednesday

Jesse Bruton acoustic 5 p.m. @ 343 Front Street Tavern Pomegranates 8 p.m. @ Kobo Sandwiched by drones 9 p.m. @ Bernie’s Distillery


darius rucker 6:30 p.m. @ LC Pavilion Cherub 7 p.m. @ The Basement for the foxes 7 p.m. @ Kobo


NY band to ring in Wex with ‘dream pop’ Sarah Pfledderer Arts editor School of Seven Bells has a few meanings. It’s a band, and it’s a pick-pocketing school, according to Alejandra Deheza. Or the latter could just be a South American urban myth. Regardless, Deheza has her own School of Seven Bells and it’s no myth. It formed in 2007. The band is scheduled to perform 9 p.m. Saturday at the Wexner Center for the Arts’ Performance Space. Deheza, lead vocalist and guitarist for the group, first caught word of School of Seven Bells when watching a PBS documentary that touched on a pick-pocketing school in South America. “The final exam was basically seven items in seven pockets with seven bells. Whoever lifted each item without ringing the bells graduated; I thought that was really cool,” Deheza said. “I heard that name and immediately I was like, ‘That sounds like a band. I have to start a band called School of Seven Bells.’” She said after watching the PBS documentary, she immediately Googled the school and came across about three articles on it, some of which deemed it an urban myth. Deheza doesn’t want to believe that though. “Maybe it’s real,” she said of the school. “I don’t really want to know if it isn’t.” The New York-based group came together as somewhat of a merger of two bands, Deheza and her twin sister Claudia Deheza from On!Air!Library! and Ben Curtis of The Secret Machines. Upon the band’s formation, Alejandra Deheza said her aim was to produce a sound for School of Seven Bells that set itself apart from bands they’d previously played in. “I wanted to write vocals and write lyrics that had to do specifically with School of Seven Bells,” Alejandra Deheza said. “I was really trying, in the beginning anyway, to not do what I had done before. Not for any reason to dismiss it or anything. I just wanted to evolve.” Evolving, she said is one of the most important things to her as a musician. And when Claudia Deheza left the band in 2010 for personal reasons, Alejandra Deheza said her sister’s move offered another opportunity for the band to evolve. The absence of Claudia Deheza hasn’t taken a

toll on the band’s production or songwriting though, Alejandra Deheza said, because she and Curtis mostly took the lead on those. The band released its first album as a duo, titled “Ghostory,” in February. Alejandra Deheza said it’s almost troubling to classify what genre School of Seven Bells is because it’s evolved exponentially, not only in going from a trio to a duo, but since its debut album “Alpinisms,” which was released in 2008. “We’ve pretty much changed from record to record,” she said. “Who wants to do the same thing over and over again? For us I think it’s the only way that we can do what we do as constantly as we do is to constantly keep challenging ourselves and just kind of change it up a little bit.” Identifying its music as “textual” and “colorful” with elements of rock and electronic, she also said there is pop in the band’s tunes. Chuck Helm, director of performing arts at the Wexner Center, labeled the band as “dream pop.” “There’s an atmospheric sense to the music. The lyrics also have this sort of dreamy quality and yet (Alejandra Deheza’s) vocals have kind of an interesting texture,” Helm said. He also said School of Seven Bells is performing at the Wexner Center as part of its Next @ Wex series, which spotlights indie or electronic bands. “I felt that this band, School of Seven Bells, definitely set within that,” Helm said. He added when The Secret Machines played as part of Next @ Wex a few years ago it sold out, so he’s expecting heavy attendance for Saturday’s show as well. Kyle Siegrist, manager of Lost Weekend Records, located at 2960 N. High St., said he’s restocking “Ghostory” in preparation for School of Seven Bells’ stop in Columbus. Siegrist also said Lost Weekend’s rock and electronic albums, similar to School of Seven Bells or The Secret Machines’ sounds, have sales on the upswing right now, due in part to what he says is Columbus and Ohio State being open to a variety of musical genres. “Ohio State’s probably good for everything because it’s such a big school,” Siegrist said. “I think they support about anything pretty much.” And Alejandra Deheza said as long as the support is around, School of Seven Bells will be too. “I think that the key to the longevity thing is just to keep changing, keep evolving, keep exploring musically,” Alejandra Deheza said. “I love doing what we do and I’ll do it for as long as we can.” Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the Wexner’s Center’s ticket office or website at wexarts. org.

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School of Seven Bells is scheduled to perform Aug. 25 at the Wexner Center’s Performance Space.

OSU alum to soar back into Columbus with Black Swans concert Christopher Braun Design editor

the eastern Sea 7 p.m. @ The Basement alive Summer tour 2012 8 p.m. @ Woodland’s Tavern Young heirlooms 10 p.m. @ Kafe Kerouac


Columbus-based group the Black Swans found an “Occasion for Song” while mourning and commemorating the tragic death of founding member and violinist Noel Sayre. The Black Swans, which is scheduled to perform 10 p.m. Friday at Rumba Café as part of its current tour, released its latest album “Occasion For Song” July 31. Jerry DeCicca, lead singer, Ohioan and co-founder of the band, described the album as a “mixture of folk, country and rock music.” “I’ve always been influenced by all the bands I grew up listening to when I was in my late teens and early ’20s,” DeCicca said. “The album takes inspiration from a lot of singer-songwriter types like Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson. I’m influenced by the people who are doing the really interesting things, the people making music not just to sell records.” In addition to the band’s musical repertoire, the non-music interests of each member combine to make the band somewhat of a standout package, DeCicca said. DeCicca, a 1996 graduate of Ohio State, where he majored in English, credits his lyrical inspiration to his education. “I’ve always been a big reader, so, lyrically, poets influence me a lot,” DeCicca said. “Each of the guys in the

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Black Swans is scheduled to perform Aug. 24 at Rumba Cafe. band really have their own different points of view, which gives us a really interesting one overall.” Having worked his way up in the Columbus music scene, DeCicca said he thinks the Black Swans appeal to many local music lovers. Brandon McCoy, a sales clerk at Used Kids Records, located at 1980

N. High Street, has followed the band’s success since he first met the members when DeCicca worked at Used Kids Records. “They’re one of the more wellknown bands in Columbus,” McCoy said. “I’ve read plenty of national press about them, especially recently. My morning routine is to sit down and

read through some music blogs, and today I saw something about them on Pitchfork. Not everyone can get that, so it really says something about Jerry’s songwriting and the band’s popularity.” Jake “Lazer” Derouen, co-owner of Dreadful Sounds, a punk and metal record store located at 3339 1/2 N. High St., also became familiar with the Black Swans after meeting DeCicca during his time at Used Kids Records. He described the band’s sound as “old school, indie rock.” “They definitely fit into Columbus’ music scene, which does have a lot of focus on indie-folk rock,” Derouen said. “Their music is definitely nothing bouncy. With a lot of bands with that sound in the area, it can be hard for a band like them to stand out, but they did. A lot of people in Columbus know about them.” While many OSU students might be unfamiliar with the Black Swans, or might not be fans of the countryrock genre, DeCicca encourages all to come out and “have a great time.” “Music’s a strange thing because everybody has an opinion on it,” DeCicca said. “The nice thing about live music is that people can come in not expecting to like the show based on their opinion about the genre, but then walk into the room and experience something new that they end up enjoying.” Tickets to the show are available at the door for $7.

OSU professor, choreographer traces lines of dance with new exhibits Hong Fan Lantern reporter

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This fall, Wexner Center for the Arts and Ohio State’s Urban Arts Space will give Columbus the opportunity to experience the work of celebrated choreographer and dancer Bebe Miller. Miller, a full-time dance professor at OSU, is the artistic director of Bebe Miller Company. The Wexner Center is scheduled to host Miller’s exhibition “A History” from Sept. 27 to Sept. 30. “In the exhibitions, you can see how we create each moment, how the ideas connect to each other. I do not entirely agree that the exhibit shows the innovation of my works. I do not tend to innovate. I just think about how to make the show better,” Miller said.

Chuck Helm, director of performing arts at the Wexner Center, said the exhibit consists of a performance element and a video installation, which take viewers inside the creative processes Miller developed with her dancers, Angie Hauser and Darrell Jones, who are both members of Miller’s company, and theater expert Talvin Wilks. Miller is also slated to introduce at the exhibit a piece she’s had in the works for two years. “It focuses on close relationships between the two dancers. Not you move here, I move here. It’s about a strong connection,” Helm said. Not all of the exhibit, however, involves new work. “Besides the new piece, Miller’s several key works in the past and part of back-stage rehearsals

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CD Reviews Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Owl City’s new album The Darkness album sound no ‘Dyin’ Breed’ is a hoot of a bad time falls flat as a pancake CHRISTOPHER BRAUN Design editor


“Last of a Dyin’ Breed� Lynyrd Skynyrd

Fans of classic rock and followers of Southern-anthem powerhouse Lynyrd Skynyrd surely won’t be disappointed by the band’s new album “Last of a Dyin’ Breed.â€? While many artists are experimenting with new styles and reaching out to a younger generation, Lynyrd Skynyrd stays true to its downhome roots as shown by its latest project. Despite coming nearly 40 years after the band’s first album, “(Pronounced ‘Leh-’nĂŠrd ‘Skin-’nĂŠrd)â€? which was released in 1973 and featured almost a completely different lineup of band members, “Last of a Dyin’ Breedâ€? serves up the same country-rock aesthetic that brought Lynyrd Skynyrd to superstardom. In times when people are more likely to listen to dubstep than classic rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd comes close to striking lightning twice with a number of tracks featured on its new album. Songs such as “Mississippi Bloodâ€? and title track “Last of a Dyin’ Breedâ€? will likely bring listeners right to a front-porch rocking chair in the Deep South just as old Lynyrd Skynyrd favorites did. It’s hard to get more in-tune

with the Southern anthem ideal of freedom than Lynyrd Skynyrd does in “Last of a Dyin’ Breed� as lead vocalist Johnny Van Zant sings, “Saddle up baby, ride up close to me / An open highway’s all I’ll ever need.� The song is filled with lyrics describing the open road over a hard, steady beat and guitar riffs that line up with the band’s classic style. If there is to be any complaint about Lynyrd Skynyrd’s album of summer hits, it’s that it and the freedom that comes with it came out just in time for summer to end. While the album’s sound could appeal to a younger crowd, there’s a strong chance that “Last of a Dyin’ Breed� will fall through the cracks and only resonate with those who follow the band. If anything, it’s clear Lynyrd Skynyrd named its album after itself, as it certainly is the “Last of a Dyin’ Breed� of true, Southernrock creators.

BEN KEITH Lantern reporter Owl City’s latest album “The Midsummer Station� is modern but utterly uninteresting. It’s the band’s first album featuring collaborations with other artists, such as Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Carly Rae Jepsen. The guests add some needed variety to frontman Adam Young’s vocals, but they can’t save the series of songs with metronome-like beats and muted tunes. The album starts with “Dreams and Disasters,� full of pounding percussion and declarations of the singer’s ardent passion for his beloved. “Dementia� is one of the more complex songs on the album, incorporating vocals from Hoppus. Layered lyrics in the track add musical interest, which is not found in the following track, “I’m Coming After You,� which pounds along at a beat designed for bouncing. The beat in many of the songs in this album is quite loud and deep, meant to be blasted at a party that’s gotten too loud for complex melodies. The lyrics of most tracks are simple and repetitive, easy to shout out tunelessly while

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jumping up and down. There’s really no musical depth. The album tells a depressing story of someone who falls in love and has plans for the relationship. Unfortunately, they’re separated, and by the time the second-to-last song “Metropolis� rolls around, it’s clear that she’s not interested in him. “Take It All Away,� also from the EP “Shooting Star,� wraps up the album, describing how totally dependent the lover is on his beloved. If purchased from iTunes, the album comes with a bonus track “Bombshell,� which is merely another loud, noisy dance track. Its lyrics don’t attach the song to the rest of the album, instead telling the story of a girl who’s sexy but unnoticed. As a whole, “The Midsummer Station� is unoriginal, uninspiring and a sad departure from Owl City’s earlier work.

JUSTIN CLINE Lantern reporter Allow me to begin by establishing how great of a band Queen is. Honestly, the last ballad you rocked out to was probably by Queen. That said, The Darkness is not Queen. But the same arena-rock style and high-pitched yelps of frontman Justin Hawkins, devoid of any sign of testosterone, frequent the tracks of “Hot Cakes.â€? The post-hiatus third album from British rock band The Darkness released Tuesday. The gravest folly of this album is an effort to channel Queen through ill attempts at injecting instances of glamour. Queen is the lifeblood of glam-rock: picturesque tunes, transforming an aural experience into something equally visual. “Hot Cakesâ€? will likely produce the same effects as the band’s previous work: a single, air time in commercials and a dwindling presence, soon to be forgotten from the history pages of rock. Few songs are worthy of their own mention. Vapid melodies and, at times, incomprehensible lyrics blur the moments between tracks. As a result, most songs sound like sequels to the album’s predecessor, “One Way Ticket to Hell ‌ and Back.â€? “Hot Cakesâ€? reeks of the

Bebe Miller from 6A

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Bebe Miller’s ‘Tracing History’ exhibit is scheduled to be displayed at Ohio State’s Urban Arts Space Aug. 23 - Sept. 29.

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will also be revisited. All of these are trying to show how ideas are connected and organized in Miller’s works, and are kind of references to each other.� Helm said. He added after “A History’s� premiere at OSU’s Urban Arts Space, the exhibit is scheduled to tour nationwide. A little different from “A History,� Miller’s other exhibit, “Tracing History,� centers on her past works. The exhibit, which shows Miller’s choreographic process in detail, is scheduled to be on display at OSU’s Urban Arts Space beginning Thursday and running through Sept. 29. Jerry Dannemiller, director of marketing and communications at the Wexner Center who organized “Tracing History,� said he thought of it as a retrospect. “This exhibition sheds lights on her works in almost three decades and it shows the process of making her art works in a deeper depth,� Dannemiller said. In this exhibition, each element, including costumes, sets and music, defines Miller and her work. Dannemiller said the exhibition is appropriate for all audiences. “Even if you know nothing about contemporary dancing, you are welcome and will engage in it,� he said. Miller’s dance career has lasted more than 30 years, and she has garnered several awards and honors for her contemporary dancing. Recently, Miller received two honors, one being a Sphinx


struggle for a single, so much so it feels like every song was written to potentially be just that. My struggle was to enjoy a song on this album. “Love is Not the Answer� is the antithesis of the previous shrieking tune known as “I Believe in a Thing Called Love,� off the band’s first album. It is actually one of the more enjoyable moments of the new album, although the chorus sounds oddly reminiscent of “Once in a Lifetime� by The Talking Heads. A common occurrence throughout, an ill attempt at putting a Queen-style spin on a handful of ‘80s hits fused with original material of The Darkness. The result is a slew of trite, unoriginal songs for the broken-hearted. Look forward to hearing a track or two played over and over at your favorite bar for about three months, and then forget it ever happened.

Award, which is given to excellent faculty and staff members who serve as role models to their students. Miller was also named as one of the first winners of the Doris Duke Performing Artist Awards, an award which was started by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation in 2012 and recognizes outstanding performing artists. Despite her starting to learn dancing at a very young age, Miller said she never expected to become a professional dancer long term. “I enjoy spending a lot of time watching people and looking, over time, how they form alliances,� Miller said. “When I collaborated with other people, dancers or set designers, I felt amazing and realized that it is what I want to do.� Miller’s works mainly focus on the relationship between dancers. “Working with a small group of people really inspires me. When creating new works, it is amazing to keep reframing each movement,� Miller said. When talking about her new piece, Miller said she thinks the relationship between dancers is a large part of it, but that alone cannot represent the entirety of what she wants to convey. “When working with dancers, I also want them to show their individuality,� Miller said. “Imagination is part of it.�

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Left: The Nourish International group that traveled to Uganda this summer and a latrine recipient (middle) in front of a partially completed latrine. Top Right: William, a latrine recipient, and his home in Uganda. Bottom Right: Giraffes at Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda.

Uganda trip teaches lessons, changes lives LANTERN columnist KATIE HUSTON I was fortunate enough to spend six weeks in the Oyam District of Northern Uganda this summer with six other members of Nourish International, a nonprofit student group on campus. We partnered with Global Health Network (Uganda) and did things such as HIV testing, building latrines and teaching about proper sanitation during our stay. Before the trip, I tried not to formulate too many ideas about what Uganda might be like, because I knew all of my expectations would be shattered upon arrival. I didn’t know what my living

conditions would be like, I didn’t know what the terrain would be like, and I remember sitting on the final plane ride there thinking, “I don’t even know where I’m sleeping tonight.” This trip was truly an adventure. The first two days of our trip were spent in Kampala, the capital city. There were decent roads with crazy traffic, stores, banks, shopping malls — my first impression was that things might not be so different from the United States after all. I was anxious to see what our home for the next six weeks would be like. The drive from Kampala to our home took about 5 hours. As we got closer, the roads got worse and the bush got denser. Our home was in an extremely rural setting, with rich, red soil, tall grass and many trees. Everything was more green and lush than I had expected. We were there during the wet season, and temperatures never got much higher than 85 degrees. I had foolishly assumed that we would have electricity and running water, although I had anticipated many ice-cold showers. We did not have

either, but we did have a gas-powered generator that we used in the evenings. We bathed once or twice per week, using a bucket and water that was brought to us from about a mile away. We had a toilet inside of our home, which was uncommon in the area. Due to the lack of running water, we dumped buckets of water in the back of the toilet to flush. Water was limited, however, so flushing was limited too. I would never have imagined myself as the type of girl who would be OK with such a lifestyle, but it didn’t bother me. It was liberating, actually. Going out into the field to work meant riding in the back of a truck on dusty, bumpy roads for about an hour to each site. We would drive back into the bush on paths that were sometimes no wider than a foot across, plowing through tall grass and other plants to reach our destination. Several times we got stuck in the mud, and had to push our way out. Every day brought new obstacles and adventures. We were always greeted by a large

group of children, no matter where we went. They were amazing — so full of life and always ecstatic to see us and watch as we worked. The villages we were in consisted of simple, round huts, often very isolated and vulnerable. They had nowhere to go to the restroom, other than in the bush. I thought the huts were really cool until I saw the inside of one, and it set in that this is where people actually live their entire lives. The roofs are made of grass and often leak during the wet season, leaving them cold and wet through the night. After hearing such a story from an older lady, my boyfriend, who was also on the trip, took his blanket and gave it to her the next time we saw her. Such a simple act of kindness, but she was elated and forever grateful. Aside from construction, we did other meaningful work as well. We helped with the administering of about 500 HIV tests to the rural population, which resulted in a positive testing rate of only about 3 percent. We also visited the homes of new and expecting mothers each week. We took a gift to each one containing items for the mother and the new baby,

spoke to them about how they were doing and advised them on important practices such as breast-feeding and immunizations for the baby. All seven of us had a baby named after us and we will receive updates on them for the next five years. Visiting the babies was definitely a special part of the trip. On the weekends, we often got to go site-seeing, which really made the trip incredible. We went to two places with hiking and beautiful waterfalls, took a boat ride on the Nile River and participated in a 10K race to raise awareness about child and maternal health. We went on two safaris, which really made my time in Africa complete. We saw all of the animals you would imagine seeing: giraffes, zebras, elephants, monkeys, warthogs, gazelles, water buffalo and even a lion and his lioness. My trip to Uganda was the adventure of a lifetime and truly life changing. I will never forget the people that we met, the work that we did and the memories that we made. The more than 2,000 pictures I took will make sure of that!

Ryan revolutionary but right for VP choice

Dave Dziak Lantern reporter

Cheesehead. Backwoods. Young. These are some of the words that some might use to describe the recently chosen candidate for Republican Vice President, Paul Ryan. The House Budget Committee Chairman and native of the small town of Janesville, Wisc., Ryan is certainly an interesting pick for the VP position on the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney ticket. But how will this affect Romney’s chances of being elected? To say that the Ryan pick was a bold move by the Romney team would be an understatement. It shows that Romney has a serious commitment to policy, as opposed to simply electability. Other potential VP candidates were Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida, Rob Portman, U.S. Senator from the great state of Ohio, Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state under President George W. Bush, and various others. Rubio was the favorite for some time, according to at least one Fox News analyst. Rubio would have served multiple purposes on the campaign front, gaining votes not only from the critical state of Florida, but also the Latino vote, an increasingly important constituency within the U.S. Similarly, Portman would have helped to solidify the Buckeye State. No Republican has ever been elected without winning Ohio, and only two Democrats have been able to win in the last century without carrying Ohio. Rice would have helped to energize women voters. So why Ryan? After all, his controversial budget has come under scrutiny not only from House and Senate Democrats, but also directly from President Barack Obama. Democrats accuse Ryan of


slashing Medicare in his budget. With senior citizens making up a large part of the voting bloc, this was a calculation taken into account from the Romney team. As opposed to shying away from the issue, Ryan and the Romney team have gone on the offensive, citing how President Obama took $716 billion from Medicare to help fund the Affordable Care Act. Ryan is a young, brilliant and attractive candidate who has energized the Republican Party, which is why Romney chose him as his running mate. Ryan knows his stuff — he was the ranking member of the House Budget Committee in 2007 and then became chair in 2011. With the fiscal meltdown that has hit Washington, it was a smart move to have Ryan on the ticket. In addition, Ryan also appeals to Midwestern voters. With an understanding of how the “Rust Belt” has been affected by outsourcing, Ryan will be more apt to convince voters across the Breadbasket of the U.S. — both working class and rural voters. His hometown, Janesville, is what his brother called a “microcosm of the U.S.” It has rural, urban and suburban areas all within it. That knowledge and ability to appeal to voters in each sector will be critical for the Romney team. Finally, Ryan is popular among conservatives. Although this might hurt the chances of bringing aboard more Democratic voters, it has worked to energize the base. The enthusiasm index is much higher among Republicans than with Democrats — a complete opposite from 2008. If everything goes as planned, the Ryan addition will help bring Republicans to the polls and keep Democrats at home. All of these things considered — the Ryan VP choice was the right pick for Romney.

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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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FEED OUR HOPPERS. FEED YOUR POCKET! The Columbus Dispatch needs to immediately fill openings in production at our west side printing facility. As a hopper feeder, you will produce ad packages for insertion into the paper. Candidates should be consistently available to work various shifts 0-3 times per week. Day, evening and night shifts available. Weekly pay, $11/hour. This is a great opportunity for people who can work a flexible schedule. For more information and to apply, visit careers. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

HELP WANTED! Be part of the next wave! There is a global volunteer movement with the goal of creating opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).We are currently looking to fill both volunteer positions as well as paid positions that entail hard work and fun. Part-time and full-time positions are available. College students or graduates preferred. Call Jackie at 614-296-0453 EOE

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BONJOUR OSU! The family La Chatelaine French Bistros are looking for great, enthusiastic A.M. counter help, knowledgable servers & assistant restaurant managers. Must have restaurant experience and be very outgoing. Our Upper Arlington and our Worthington locations only. Parttime or full time positions available. Please contact 614.488.1911 or visit for more information. Merci!

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DUBLIN FAMILY needs ABA provider for 14 yr old son. Experience preferred but not necessary. Wonderful opportunity to work with a great teen and his family. Direct consults provided by Children’s Hospital. Please call 614-216-9531.


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FIGLIO, AN upscale but casual gourmet pizza/pasta restaurant, is looking for a few bright and energetic people to work with our sharp, upbeat staff in either of our 2 locations close to campus. These are part-time positions with great flexibility. Will train the right people for hosting, bussing, serving or cooking. Apply in person at either 1369 Grandview Avenue or 3712 Riverside Drive. This will be the best job experience ENTRY LEGAL, Secretary, have ever had! We are nice Part-time, Afternoons, Own of- people. LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY and fice. South of Campus. Good the Buckeyes! phone skills. Type 55 wpm. Printroom, Inc the preWord and Windows. Uppermiere provider of fan classmen/Grad Student with photography, is seekcar. 614-224-0200. ing an Assistant Manfor ALL home HOOTERS NOW ACCEPT- ager ING APPS! Hooters of Colum- games. You will assist in prep and bus is now accepting applica- equipment fans. tions for Hooters Girls, Hoot- photographing must be able to ers Girls at the Door, Hooters You EVERY home Girls Behind the Bar & Cooks. work from 2-3 hours So if youâre hard working with game BUSY OPTOMETRIC offices a great attitude and looking prior to the game until hours after the at Polaris and Lane Avenue for a chance to make great 1-2 Candidates must need PT help. Duties include money, then apply in person game. be able to work EVpretesting patients and front of- at home game. Send fice work. Will train. Applicant Hooters of Hilliard â 5225 ERY resume to sinizmust be professional, hardwork- Nike Station Way (614) 850- your or 7078 ing and friendly. Must be willing to work Saturdays 9:15am-6pm Check us out on Facebook and apply directly to the Hiring Manager at ! and Sundays 12-4pm. Average 17-20 hrs per week. Email JEFFERSON COUNTRY jamiehorvath@horvathvisionCLUB DR & BQT Positions Available Competitive Pay & Flexible Scheduling. FT & PT positions available. 20 minutes from GREAT RESUME Builder to Campus. 7271 Jefferson Meadows Drive Blacklick, OH 759work with an assult victim close to OSU golf course. Physical, 7500 or email resume to lwatson@jeffersoncountryclub. occupational, and speech therPAYING TOO much for wirepay will be involved in caring com less service? Get unlimited for this young man. Must be MOZART’S BAKERY AND VI- voice, text and data for $59.99 physically fit and work out regu- ENNA ICE CAFE - Looking for monthly. No contracts. No larly. 7 am to 3 pm. Currently parttime/full-time reliable credit check. No deposit. Earn available at $17.80 per hour. counter help, server help, FREE service by referring othNeed own transportation. Jean kitchen help. High Street loca- ers. Crum 538-8728 tion, a mile north of campus. Email resume to

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