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Christopher Braun and Ayan Sheikh Design editor and Senior Lantern reporter braun.200@osu.edu and sheikh.51@osu.edu More than a dozen people have been robbed in the Ohio State campus area since Aug. 23, according to Columbus Division of Police and Ohio State police records. While students received a crime alert from the university the afternoon of Aug. 26 describing two armed robberies and an armed robbery attempt that had occurred in the days prior, one of which happened on campus, no crime alert was sent to students regarding 10 other crimes reported around the campus area in the past week. Ohio State Police Chief Paul Denton said the recent alert was issued because University Police

“are obligated under federal law to look at those (crimes) that occur on campus,� but he said OSU police cannot immediately alert students to every crime reported in the city of Columbus. Denton said there is an evaluation process before sending out crime alerts, and they are careful to publish information that will help people take actions for their own safety. “It has to be accurate, you don’t want to put out misinformation,� he said. Columbus Division of Police Commander Christopher Bowling said that in addition to involving a crime on campus, the recent alert was sent because two other crimes were thought to be related based on the description of the suspect. While Columbus Police works closely with University Police, oftentimes working a joint patrol with one OSU officer paired with one Columbus officer at night, Bowling said that he cannot say

precisely why an alert was not issued regarding the crimes that occurred in the last week. “Their triggers are their triggers,� Bowling said. “Columbus Police has the ability to respond on campus if they choose to do so, but there is a police department on campus so they handle what’s on campus, we handle what’s off campus.� To avoid future crime, Bowling advises students to use resources such as Student Safety Services when out at night alone and to pay attention to their surroundings. “I’ve driven through the area in daytime and people step out in front of me because they’re so busy with their heads stuck in their cellphones,� Bowling said. “If you can’t see a big car coming, you probably aren’t going to see that person coming from behind a building.�

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Evan Speyer Senior Lantern reporter speyer.10@osu.edu For a program entering its 123rd season of play, Ohio State football will look considerably different this fall. After a disappointing 6-7 record last season, first-year head coach Urban Meyer will not only install a new offensive scheme, but a new hope as well. “It’s a new era for OSU football,� said OSU football historian Jack Park. “I’m not sure if there have been many head coaches that came into (a) new position with higher expectations. It’s because of his record. He’s been a winner everywhere he’s gone.� OSU didn’t lack for wins during former coach Jim Tressel’s tenure from 2001-2011. They did, however, lack the offensive firepower seen in programs Meyer has coached, Park said. From 2003-2010, Meyer’s teams at both the University of Utah and the University of Florida averaged about 35.6 points per game. In that same span, Tressel’s teams averaged a little more than 30 points per game. In 2004, 2007 and 2008, Meyer’s teams averaged more than 40 points per game, something Tressel’s Buckeyes never accomplished during his tenure in Columbus. “The best part about Meyer’s offense was the excitement in watching each possession,� said Andrew Blatter, a second-year graduate student in public policy and management, who was an undergraduate at Utah when Meyer coached there. “It’s very unlike Tressel’s consistently conservative offense. Meyer isn’t afraid to take chances, and that keeps defenses on their toes.�

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Urban Meyer answers a question at Big Ten Media Days in Chicago on July 26. The first-year Buckeyes football coach is scheduled to begin his OSU career Saturday against Miami (Ohio) in the ‘Shoe.

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The Ohio State professor who asked faculty members to open their classrooms to organizers from President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign has spoken up about the claims against him in light of a university review. According to an email from OSU Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph Alutto, a professor sent a message to his colleagues encouraging them to invite Obama organizers to speak in their classrooms about voting in the upcoming election. University President E. Gordon Gee received an email regarding an article published in The Chronicle of Higher Education about the situation, While the email did not specifically name the professor, the article identified him as Brian McHale, an arts and humanities distinguished professor of English, who has been teaching at the university for nearly 11 years. In the email to faculty, Alutto said the university legal counsel has determined that faculty must not participate in partisan politics, which includes “inviting political organizers into our classroom.� “Simply put, partisan political discussions may not be sponsored by university employees on the Ohio State campus,� Alutto said. “I urge you to refer to the guidelines regarding political activity by employees of the university.� In a copy of his message on the The Chronicle of Higher Education, he passed along a message to fellow faculty about inviting representatives from the Obama campaign into their classrooms to register students to vote. “If you were willing, they would send along a volunteer to make a pitch to your students about registering to vote,� the message said. “This would involve five minutes or less of class time, at the beginning

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Ohio State has shown its intolerance for hate crimes on campus, but one member of the community wanted to take it even further by exposing racist comments on the Web. The @OSU_Haters Twitter account and the Tumblr account osuhaters. tumblr.com, were created in May to “expose the hate at Ohio State.� The Tumblr account’s profile reads, “Ohio State is no place for hate. We expose tweets from haters here, especially those which were deleted.� The Twitter handle simply retweets other tweets that are OSU-related and deemed racist, and the Tumblr account posts pictures of those tweets. The account had about 200 followers Thursday evening. One tweet, which was posted onto the Tumblr account from a Twitter user read, “You are Asian, so I hate you. #notmadaboutit #annoying.� Another tweet the Haters account posted read, “I like my men like I like my toilets, clean and white.�

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campus Semester switch changes class structure, course load “The grade breakdown has changed a little,� Kroner said. “We picked up an extra midterm so the weight against the final will be different.� Aside from planning his own work, which he said up until the start of the semester was not stressful, the teaching assistants also had to be prepared for the switch. Across campus, changes in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese have been made as well. Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza, an OSU assistant Spanish professor, said several changes have been made to a Spanish pronunciation class she teaches. However, she said no additional work was added to her syllabus. “My philosophy is the content is basically the same,� Campos-Astorkiza said. “Now you have more time for the students to digest and understand.� In undergraduate classes, Campos-Astorkiza said students should expect the same material as on the quarter system but with more time for in- and out-of-class exercises. While there will still be homework, Campos-Astorkiza said she hopes to implement more dialogue with the students during class by having them read assignments prior to class meetings. In her graduate level courses, Campos-Astorkiza had a threepart project for her students in her phonetics class while on the quarter system but has added a fourth element. She said she also hopes to implement more writing exercises. “I think probably it will be better,� Campos-Astorkiza said. “It

Emily Tara Oller reporter tara.3@osu.edu As Ohio State embarks on its first semester in about 90 years, students are faced with revamped class syllabi, exam schedules and course loads. Changes have had to be made in classes while switching content to the semester calendar from the quarter. “All of the labs have been revised,� said Steve Kroner, a chemistry professor. “That’s huge for us.� Although the lab aspect of Kroner’s chemistry classes have changed, he said he only had to make some changes to his lectures. A main change that students can expect is to be using an in-class polling system to take quizzes using cellphones. Kroner said the in-class electronic quizzes aim to encourage students to attend class more frequently and be more engaged. “I don’t think we can just send (the students) home with homework and expect them to take in everything,� Kroner said. Another change students in Kroner’s chemistry classes can expect is an increased amount of group work. Kroner said his classes last year generally consisted of homework and take-home problems. Students can also expect a change in the grade distribution in classes.

was really intense (on quarters) and now material will be spread out and you can get to know the students more so they will feel comfortable (in class).� After experiencing a little more than a week of the new semester course calendars, students have mixed thoughts. Kelly Pyrak, a third-year in Spanish and international studies, said she thinks semesters are more stressful than quarter classes were so far. “I’m not really happy about it because it is more stressful, there’s a lot more classes, my days are a lot fuller, and I have to be in class a (for) longer periods of times and there is more homework,� she said. Other students said they think having classes for a few additional weeks will be beneficial. “Certain classes it’s good because they change the 10-week material to 15 weeks, which makes it easier,� said Daniel Ross, a second-year in biology. Pyrak said she thinks more than just the students feel caught off-guard by the new schedule. “A lot of professors are confused on how to pace their classes because they have more time, so they like don’t know if they are behind and I feel like everybody is confused,� she said. Daniel Chi contributed to this article.

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Todd Avery Senior Lantern reporter avery.82@osu.edu “I’d rather shower at Penn State than cheer for the Wolverines.� Please read again. “I’d rather shower at Penn State than cheer for the Wolverines.� Take as much time as you need to digest that until it settles rather uneasy in your stomach before I continue. These are the words appearing on an Ohio Statethemed T-shirt in a picture that has gone viral over the past two days. By now there should be an uncomfortable slosh of a thing called disgust circulating in your stomach. As expected, this shirt is not officially licensed OSU gear (if it were, someone would be out of a job) and has fortunately not been seen for sale anywhere. Its origin is unknown. OSU students, student-athletes, alumni and

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others have been tweeting against wearing the tasteless shirt. But someone still thought this shirt would be funny, and people would want to wear it. I get it, some of the funniest jokes and stories I’ve read are funny and clever because they are inappropriate and unexpected. I’ve seen several kids walking around campus wearing shirts that read, “Cool story babe. Now go make me a sandwich.� I would never wear a shirt like that because I don’t actually believe that. Plus it takes more toolishness than I possess to actually wear it, but c’mon, you can admit it is a little bit funny (commence the hate emails). Jokes about sexual abuse however are almost always going to start crossing the line. A shirt joking about a nationally known case of a grown man using his power to sexually abuse multiple children? Yeah, that probably just crossed about 100 different lines. It’s no wonder that since this image has blown up, no one has stepped up to claim responsibility for it. The classless individual probably realized his

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In addition to being aware of their personal safety, Bowling also urged students to keep a look out for crime, and call authorities if they notice suspicious activity happening around them. “Many people these days have cellphones that they appear to have attached to their hands,â€? Bowling said. “You don’t have to necessarily give your name ‌ but if you see something going on, don’t sit and stare at it, call for help.â€? Jordan Gaydos, a first-year in chemistry and forensic sciences, said he and his roommate began taking precautions to avoid walking alone at night after receiving the crime alert Sunday. “We made a certain time, 9 p.m., that we cannot be alone after,â€? Gaydos said. “When we’re over there (High Street area) just to make sure we’re with someone else or a group of people. Even if we’re split up, I make sure I have someone to call to come help me if necessary.â€? Erin Fiesler, a first-year in business, said concern with campus-area crime sometimes affects her daily schedule because she does not want to walk alone at night. “I won’t go to the library unless I have someone to go with me, or go anywhere off campus without someone to walk with,â€? Fiesler said. Tom Bina, a fourth-year in mechanical engineering, said the recent wave of off-campus crime has left him feeling less safe around campus after hours than in years past. “I’ve walked across campus late at night before. I always thought it was no big deal, but now I think twice about it,â€? Bina said. “Do you remember all those robberies last year? I didn’t feel like they did much about it. Nobody got caught for anything.â€?

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Construction not an issue for some Chayton nye Lantern reporter nye.87@osu.edu Campus construction has made some university tours problematic as high school students begin their college visits for the next school year. However, instead of running from this potential problem, university officials are embracing the idea of a bigger and better Ohio State. “We prefer to have a proactive, rather than reactive, approach,� said Tim Collins, OSU students and university ambassador in an email. “Any time we are around a worksite, we point it out, talk about what is being done and give a timetable as to when the prospective students should expect to see completion and can begin utilizing the new area.� A university ambassador is the name for a student who is employed to give tours to perspective OSU students. OSU has undergone rigorous changes over the past three years. Some speculate that the ongoing construction might have a negative impact on potential students who visit campus. However, Ebony Smith, the program coordinator for campus tours and visits, said the university will not shy away from the projects under way. “We are very up front about the fact that we have construction and we choose to see it as a positive,� Smith said. “The fact that Ohio State is investing in their students is how our tour guides choose to talk about it.� The construction has not been seen as a deterrent by some university staff, but it has created minor obstacles for visitors. “Due to road closures or building outages, this has caused us to slightly modify our tour routes,� Collins said in an email. “However, it has not at all taken away from the quality of the tour nor the information and message that all students and families are eager to hear on their visit to Ohio State.� Collins said in the email that it is usually not the prospective students who are bothered by the orange barrels and loud noises. “Parents are often our most inquisitive visitors,� said Collins. “So concern about navigating a campus with construction has been expressed more by them than the students.� Dakota Williams, a first-year in business, took a campus visit last spring and said the ongoing construction did not affect his decision to attend OSU.

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defense of why he did it wouldn’t quite suffice (I mean come on bro, it’s just a shirt, but you get the joke right? Right?!). And not to be outdone there are very similar shirts from Iowa and LSU also out there. So if you want to take solace in the fact that there are at least two other idiot college football fans out there, then go for it. The lesson to be learned from this viral shirt? There are always going to be some fans out there that will go way too far and give a fan base a bad name. This shirt does not represent the OSU community, but unfortunately much of America’s sports fans that see this shirt will link the two. Now every Buckeye fan across the country has to prove they’d rather not shower at Penn State than cheer for the Wolverines ‌ that they’re better than the act of a single person. Kind of sucks, huh? Maybe now you understand just a tiny sliver of what the Penn State community has gone through. You think they want to keep being the center of every bad joke?

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Meyer from 1A Meyer will attempt to install his spread offense at a program that has historically played smash-mouth football. The task ahead is very similar to the one former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez faced when he took the Michigan job in 2008, though his flavor of the spread offense is fundamentally different than Meyer’s. Rodriguez’s team struggled to a 3-9 record that season while the offense sputtered. John Bacon, a writer who wrote a book about Rodriguez’s tenure in Ann Arbor, said that he doesn’t believe OSU faces some of the challenges Michigan did when transitioning to the new offense. “Michigan’s personnel didn’t fit the spread,” Bacon said. “Ohio State’s isn’t that far off. They have a quarterback in Braxton Miller who is well-suited for this offense. Michigan didn’t have that.” Bacon said Meyer and Rodriguez’s spread offenses, which he said are schematically similar, depend more on exceptional quarterback play than most NFL offenses. “I sat in on the quarterback meetings at Michigan for three years,” Bacon said. “I understood a third of the offense at the end. If you don’t have a qualified quarterback, this offense doesn’t work very well. It’s an extremely complicated offense. It’s high-speed chess with very large pieces.” If quarterbacks are king in the spread offense, running backs and wide receivers are the bishops and rooks, supporting pieces capable of making

Professor from 1A or end of class (whichever you preferred), and the volunteer could make him/herself available after the end of class to sign up students who wanted to register on the spot.” The message said that the representatives could talk to students about volunteering with the campaign, but said if “you weren’t comfortable with this, however, you’d only need to say so, and the volunteer would limit his/her presentation to voter registration, and leave the recruitment pitch out; it would be your call.” McHale closed his message by reiterating the importance of voter registration, and said, “Democracy: love it or lose it.” In a Thursday email to The Lantern, McHale called his send off “a corny sentiment, I’ll admit, but I’ll stand behind it.” McHale, however, was not under the impression he was violating any university rules. “I believed I was within my rights to recommend to my faculty colleagues the voter registration drive being conducted on campus by the Obama campaign,” McHale said in an email. McHale said that he is planning to comply with university action. “Yesterday I was informed by Dean (Joseph) Steinmetz (vice provost for the Arts and Sciences and executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences) that by doing so I was violating university guidelines, and so of course I’ll comply with those guidelines in (the) future,” he said in an email. “I continue to believe that registering students to vote is simply good citizenship, and I hope that OSU students will seize the opportunities being offered by various groups on campus to get themselves registered for the general election.” An email statement to The Lantern from university spokeswoman Liz Cook outlined university policy on the issue. “While The Ohio State University encourages its faculty, staff and students to participate in civic engagement and productive citizenship, partisan political

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“Although there are multiple student groups and organizations within OSU that are tackling the issue, OSU Haters believes that awareness is a crucial step before taking further action,” the email said. “If people weren’t aware of these tweets, then we don’t believe we would have seen so many comments and discussions recently about racism and hate speech at Ohio State. By increasing awareness, not only will victims of hate speech take part in these organizations, but witnesses will also be compelled to do so.” The tweets and Tumblr posts have been noticed by university officials. Vice President of Student Life Javaune Adams-Gaston said in an email to students Thursday that she was displeased to see some of the tweets posted. “I was very disappointed to see (racist tweets coming from a few students at our university)” Adams-Gaston said in the email. “I know these views do not reflect the opinions of the vast majority of our students. We cannot allow the hateful messages from a few misguided people to tarnish our entire community.” President E. Gordon Gee concurred with Adams-Gaston about the hateful tweets of several students. Gee posted from his Twitter account on Thursday afternoon, “Appalled to see racist tweets by a few Ohio State students. We are better than that. #OSUStandYourGround.” Last April, the OSU Stand Your Ground movement launched after a string of hate crimes occurred on and near campus. The Lantern

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“At the time I visited, I actually don’t believe I noticed the construction on campus very much,” Williams said via email. “I think that most of campus is very nice and that although the construction is a bit of an eye-sore now, it will pay off and look very nice once it is completed.” If there are students who are crossing off OSU on their college lists, the construction around campus might not be the main reason. “I don’t have the impression that construction is driving people away at all,” Smith said. “We have definitely not seen a decline in the number of visitors

game-changing plays. But Bacon says the offensive linemen are more than just pawns, and finding the right combination of guys up front is an understated challenge for teams transitioning to a spread offense. “The offensive line is one of the more complicated parts,” Bacon said. “It’s a no-huddle system and you really have to move. Your lungs are as important as your arms in that offense and that is not how most linemen are trained.” OSU’s offense will likely have time to work out some kinks this year. The Buckeyes do not enter conference play until the end of September, and of their four out-of-conference opponents, only California posted a winning record last season. Blatter said he expects that by the time OSU enters Big Ten play on the road against Michigan State on Sept. 29, the offense will be effective and exciting. “I expect to see a lot of playmaking from Braxton Miller,” Blatter said. “Meyer’s teams at Utah were known for having exciting, aggressive offenses that scored early and often. I am hopeful that trend will continue this year at Ohio State.” Park is more than hopeful. “It’s an exciting time to be a Buckeye fan,” Park said. “With what our program went through last season, people were really ready for something new. Ready to put the past behind us and move forward.” In Meyer’s spread offense, expect the ball to move forward too.

discussions or activities by employees are not permitted nor tolerated on university time,” the email said. Cook said in an email that “the university is conducting an active review of this case and will address the situation appropriately to ensure that our campus remains an environment for impartial discourse.” Some OSU students said they have in the past had professors encourage them to vote, but that many were careful to explicitly state they would not try to influence their political leanings. “I’ve noticed teachers will actually dodge responding in a way that supports one viewpoint,” said Ian Oglesbee, a third-year in genetics. Others said they have never felt politically pressured by faculty, even when their personal political attitudes were visible to students. “I’ve had teachers where it’s obvious what their political stance is, but it was never pushed,” said Megan Strathearn, a graduate student in education technology. Some said they wouldn’t feel comfortable if they felt politically pressured in the classroom. “I can think for myself. I think if a teacher pushes an agenda, you might be inclined to think that way, but we are old enough to make our own decisions,” said Larry Donovan, a second-year in computer science engineering. According to an Associated Press polls released last week, Obama leads 50-44 over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the Ohio polls. The random survey of Ohio residents was taken earlier this month. Obama kicked off his re-election campaign at the Schottenstein Center on May 5, and made his most recent trip to Columbus Aug. 21 for a campaign speech at Capital University. Romney spoke Thursday night at the Republican National Convention. He made a Central Ohio campaign stop Saturday in Powell, Ohio, a city about 30 minutes away from campus. Evan Speyer contributed to this article

reported in April that Gaston and board member Janet Reid formed a student-oriented task force called, “No Place for Hate” to “hear what concerns are to ensure Ohio State is no place for hate, and to come up with potential solutions to present to a diversity workgroup.” Tumblr lists in its “community guidelines” that one should not “actively promote violence or extreme hatred against individuals or groups, on the basis of race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation,” and states that they will “take down malicious bigotry, as defined.” A representative from Tumblr was not immediately available for comment Thursday. Some students on campus agree that OSU should not be a place for racism. Maureen Magdalinski, a first-year in exploration, said she understands what the Haters accounts are trying to do. “I guess maybe he (anonymous account holders) feels a sense of obligation to try and make Ohio State seem like a more open-minded campus instead of making it seem like a racist place,” Magdalinski said. “I think it’s definitely a different approach, and I have to admit I kind of like the way (Haters) is kind of using modern technology instead of, like, protesting out on the Oval, but that’s a different approach I never thought I would ever hear about.” Adams-Gaston reiterated that OSU should reflect a welcoming environment. “There is no place for hate at Ohio State,” Adams-Gaston said in the email. “Whether we are interacting in person, online or in the stands of a sporting event, we need to always remember to be positive, welcoming and respectful of all.”

nor have we seen a decline in students and also the quality of students. We still continue going up with our admissions, ACT, test scores and all of those markers for students … Construction has not impacted in that way at all.” President E. Gordon Gee told The Lantern editorial staff in February that the construction did make it hard to get around, but it is part of the bigger picture of OSU’s future. “We have more construction than we possibly could imagine,” Gee said. “More than $2 billion worth, I can’t get around, but I always remind you that you never want to be at a place (that doesn’t have) a lot of cranes.”

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On Thursday we were informed that “Jersey Shore” — the pop culture phenomenon bestowed upon us by the inappropriately named Music Television Network — would be coming to an end after its upcoming sixth season. No more GTL, T-shirt time, grenades, fist pumping, smushing, creeping and other useful additions to the English lexicon. America’s favorite meatballs and gorilla juiceheads are moving on to other, surely lucrative ventures. All sarcasm aside, I unabashedly admit to being a fan of the show, at least in its first few seasons. It was an exposure to a culture unlike anything the world had ever seen. We sympathized with Snooki as she searched for the perfect gorilla juicehead to cozy up to. We laughed along with the rest of the roommates behind the back of Angelina when she arrived at the Miami house with her belongings packed in trash bags. We cheered on Ronnie as he punched out random bros on the boardwalk (“That’s one shot, kid!”). We witnessed the horror that was the relationship

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MTV’s ‘Jersey Shore’ is scheduled to premiere its 6th and final season Oct. 4. between Ronnie and Sammi “Sweetheart,” no doubt the most dysfunctional, violent, borderline psychopathic couple in the history of couples. And you can’t tell me you didn’t have dreams of becoming the fourth member of MVP, partying the night away with Mike “The Situation,” Vinny and Pauly D. Acronyms be damned, we would have made it work. The exact moment when the show peaked is hard to determine. But eventually, the act became stale. MVP was declared “dead” by Pauly as it grew further apart from Mike. Understandable, as Mike seemed about one strong drink away from a trip to the asylum. Any interest that once existed in the love lives of Snooki and JWoww evaporated into thin air like the hair spray they applied in copious amounts before a night out. Ronnie and Sammi somehow avoided domestic assault charges to make it

work as a couple — which not only proved to be incredibly boring, but robbed the viewers of the superstar known as “Single Ronnie.” And it was all for nothing because the two aren’t even together now. Season 2 in Miami provided brief glimpses of this character, and the results were glorious. Ronnie was dancing on stripper poles and making out with three girls at once, the stuff of reality television legends. Then he inexplicably fell in love and Single Ronnie was never to be seen again. He truly did have hallof-fame potential and could have kept the show going strong for many more seasons, but I digress. Also, I just got tired of watching Deanna exist in the world. Along these lines, the show’s declining ratings over time can be attributed to its lack of self-awareness and failure to adapt. Whereas, in the first season or two, these people

were unknown and their actions were new and interesting. There are only so many times we can witness the same thing over and over again without expecting a few wrinkles. Five seasons into it, the formula cannot remain the same. Since their fame has been established, we can no longer pretend like these are just eight normal people enjoying the summer at the shore. What was the point of having them continue to work at the T-shirt shop? They were beyond such trivial pursuits and we all knew it. Instead of embracing their fame and providing the cast with new adventures accordingly, the producers kept up the charade. The only thing that kept me coming back was the one-liners of Pauly D and Vinny. MTV stuck to what was once a winning strategy and the product suffered as a result. So with all that said, they made the right decision to cut it off after six seasons. The cast will get their send off, my memories of the show at its best will not be further tarnished, and America can move on to its next reality TV addiction. Although some might stay true to the cast with “Jersey Shore” spin-off shows “Pauly D Project” and “Snooki and JWoww.” There is plenty to complain about when it comes to the “Jersey Shore.” I cannot say with confidence that we didn’t lose a few collective IQ points from watching this show over the last three years. But at its peak, it was nothing but entertaining. Ultimately, that’s all I’m really looking for from my television viewing. The sixth season and final season of “Jersey Shore” is scheduled to premiere Oct. 4 on MTV.

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With a new season of college football beginning Saturday for the Buckeyes, a certain shoe company is giving Ohio State fans a new way to show their Buckeye pride while also contributing to a humanitarian mission, one pair of shoes at a time. TOMS launched its Campus Classics collection Aug. 20. Shoes from the collection feature school colors of 33 colleges and universities nationwide, including a scarlet and gray version specifically designed for OSU. Going along with the TOMS One for One giving policy, one pair of shoes will be donated to a child in need with every purchase from the Campus Classics collection. The One for One mission got its start in 2006 when founder Blake Mycoskie visited Argentina and saw a noticeable absence of shoes among the children living in the country’s poorest villages. The shoes, which were first modeled after the Argentine alpargata design, which features a cloth upper and hemp or rush sole, are distributed to children in need worldwide. Mycoskie visited OSU Autumn Quarter 2009 to talk about the One for One mission. Allison Burr, a fourth-year in hospitality management and the president of TOMS Ohio State, said she believes the addition of the Campus Classics line will increase awareness of the brand and its mission among college students, whom she said often receive an undeserved, apathetic reputation. “I think there’s this misconception that college students don’t care about the world, but I really don’t believe that,” Burr said. “While I’ve been at Ohio State I’ve met a lot of people who are really passionate about making a difference. College students are already one of the biggest consumers of TOMS, and the Campus Classics are only going to make that more true.”

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TOMS launched its Campus Classics collection Aug. 20, which includes a shoe designed specifically for OSU. In addition to giving students an opportunity to help a child in need, Burr said the inclusion of OSU in the Campus Classics collection is an “honor and a privilege” not only for the TOMS campus representatives, but for all who attend the university. “Who doesn’t love helping out the world and rooting for the Buckeyes?” Burr said. “(The Campus Classics collection) gives students at our university the chance to be a part of something amazing.” Alexandra Constantinou, a third-year in international studies and a second-year TOMS campus representative, said that while the inclusion of OSU in the Campus Classics line is special for students, it also has the potential to give the TOMS movement a large step forward. “I think the fact that they did choose Ohio State shows that they do recognize that it is a big thing here and that it is really catching on,” Constantinou said. “With 50,000 people, if each of those people all bought the shoes, then that would have a huge impact.” While the Campus Classics collection was recently released, the TOMS mission is nothing new to OSU.

TOMS Ohio State, an activist group on campus that works directly with the TOMS company, holds numerous events throughout the year in addition to promoting products and passing along the One for One mission. Past events by TOMS Ohio State have included Style Your Sole, which invited students to purchase and custom-paint a pair of TOMS Classics, and One Day Without Shoes, a day-long event which encouraged students to walk barefoot to gain insight into the lives of those whom TOMS strives to help. “We’re one of the largest TOMS campus clubs in the country with one of the largest amount of campus representatives,” said Jessica Bracy, a third-year fashion and retail studies major and member of TOMS Ohio State. “We’re not just a marketing campaign for campus, we’re actually trying to get people to do things that they normally wouldn’t do for other people.” Shoes from the TOMS Campus Classics collection retail for $48 and are available online at the TOMS website.

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It’s no secret that all of Columbus is buzzing on game days. If you’re not a lucky Ohio State football ticket holder, there are still plenty of opportunities to cheer on the Buckeyes in a sea of scarlet and gray. Between Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, located at the northwest corner of High Street and Lane Avenue, and Scarlet & Grey Café, down the street at 2203 N. High St., more than 85 HDTVs and projectors are slated to be tuned into sports programming on Saturdays. The majority of these TVs will display the Ohio

State Buckeyes season opener against Miami (Ohio), which is scheduled to kick off at noon Saturday. The two establishments also allow admission to patrons younger than 21. Other local establishments, such as Little Bar, located at 2195 N. High St., are only open to guests 21 and older. BW3s, located at 2151 N. High St., is equipped with four HD projectors and 75 HDTVs, and has no cover. The Lane Avenue location also boasts an upstairs bar with admission only for those who are 21 and older. “We open at 8 a.m. on game days, whether it’s a day, night, home or away game,” said Patrick West, manager of the BW3s on High Street. Visit thelantern.com for the rest of this story.

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At the end of arm workouts, the Ohio State football players do bicep curls until their arms, already exhausted from hours of pushing, pulling and lifting heavy amounts of weight, physically cannot lift anymore. Senior fullback Zach Boren is like most players: he grabs 50-pound dumbbells and cranks out as many reps as he can. Then Boren looks over at fellow senior, defensive end John Simon. Simon, who has the 80-pound dumbbells, is blowing through reps at a furious rate and shows no signs of stopping. “John will give out a big yell, call us some names and pull out the 80’s and start rubbing it in our faces,” Boren said. Even among a group of elite Division I athletes, the hulking senior defensive lineman stands out. That has always been the narrative when it comes to Simon. He has developed a reputation for being one of, if not the strongest, players in the Big Ten, a conference known for strength above all else. Perhaps the only thing more freakish than Simon’s strength though, is the work ethic he has used to accomplish it.

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oSU defensive end John Simon, then a junior, rushes Akron quarterback Clayton Moore during a Sept. 3 game at ohio Stadium. the Buckeyes won, 42-0. No days off A group of four or five reporters was peppering Simon with questions at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago in late July. Having been around the OSU program and the constant media attention that surrounds it for more than three years now, Simon seemed comfortable and confident in his responses. But there was one question Simon could not answer. The conversation had turned

to Simon’s workout habits and the defensive lineman was describing his daily routine. Simon explained how he gets up at 4:30 a.m. every morning — Saturday and Sunday included — so he can be at the gym by 6 a.m. and work out for more than two hours before going to class. Before day’s end, Simon returns to the workout facility at least twice to work out, watch film and lead the defensive linemen in team drills. Finally, after some homework in the evening, Simon

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There might not be a player on the Ohio State football team who desires playing time more than Kenny Guiton, and the redshirt junior backup quarterback could get what he wants this season. A second- and third-stringer in three seasons with the Buckeyes, Guiton has played in only six games. He has attempted five passes, all of which came in mop-up duty. One completion. One interception. But Guiton impressed Urban Meyer over the summer to the point that the first-year OSU coach is considering putting the redshirt junior on the field in meaningful situations this fall. What Meyer is thinking about is using an offensive package in which both Guiton and sophomore Braxton Miller — the Buckeyes’ starting quarterback — are on the field at the same time. Meyer said at OSU media day on Aug. 12 that he had been scribbling down possible formations for the package on his notepad and has since implemented one. Junior receiver Corey “Philly” Brown confirmed Monday that OSU has practiced the package but, with a sly smile on his face, would not reveal any more than that. “It’s a good package. I can’t really say too much about it, but it’ll be good,” Brown said. “I’m not sure if (we’ll use it on Saturday). But when we do unleash the package, it’ll be good. You’ll see.” If Guiton is one of the Buckeyes’ top 11 offensive players, Meyer said it is the Buckeyes’ coaching staff’s responsibility to make sure he gets action, starting as early as OSU’s season opener against Miami (Ohio) this Saturday.

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“If they’re our best 11 … it’s our job to get them on the field,” Meyer said, who used a two-quarterback system on the 2006 Florida team, with Chris Leak and Tim Tebow, to win Meyer his first national championship. Guiton, who admitted on OSU media day that he was a little down last year when Miller came in as a freshman and took a stronghold on the starting job, said he has been trying to “step up (his) game” since Meyer was hired in November. “I’ve been working hard on it so just to show coach Meyer I am willing to work hard to get on the field,” Guiton said. “That’s been my goal since day one. I feel like I’ve done a great job with that and we’ll see what that does.” Guiton has spent time practicing with

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sneaks into bed around 11 p.m. for less than six hours of sleep. Then came the question Simon could not answer. “Do you remember the last time you’ve taken a day off?” one reporter asked. “Uhh,” Simon said as he paused, trying to remember. “I don’t.” “Not even Christmas?” another reporter said.

Treadwell: Miami faces ‘tremendous challenge’ against OSU dAn HoPe Senior Lantern reporter hope.46@osu.edu As the first opponent of Ohio State football in Urban Meyer’s tenure as head coach, the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks football team could soon be the answer to a trivia question. Miami coaches, however, say they have been preparing for the trip to Ohio Stadium like any other game. “The first thing you do is you take care of yourself,” said offensive coordinator John Klacik. “You take care of your base, your fundamental things that you’re going to do no matter who you’re playing. We don’t know what they’re going to come out and do, so we’ve got to be ready for everything. I think if you have a base package that can handle everything they can throw at you, then you’ll be much better off.” The RedHawks are looking to improve upon a regular season record of 4-8 from last season, which was coach Don Treadwell’s first season at Miami after four years as Michigan State’s offensive coordinator. Treadwell said the focus of Saturday’s game is on what he can control within his own team rather than on its opponent. “Obviously we just have a tremendous challenge in front of us on this first game,” Treadwell said. “We just lock in to us playing and performing at a level that we believe is our best. We’ve just got to keep playing every play and then continue to do that from play one to whenever the last play is.” Still, Treadwell said his team is “aware of the tremendous team that Ohio State is.”

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major effect on Dysert’s ability to pass against the OSU defense. “The first thing you’ve got to do when we get any quarterback like Zac (Dysert) is you’ve got to protect him,” Klacik said. “If we give him some time, I think he can make some plays for us. If we have trouble protecting then it doesn’t matter who we’ve got playing quarterback for us, it’s going to be a tough day.” Another concern for the Miami offense is its ability to run the football. With only 886 rushing yards for the entire season last year, the RedHawks were the only team in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision, which was 120 teams, to have less than 1,000 total rushing yards for the season. Klacik said he expects the rushing offense to be better this year as a result of a more experienced offensive line. “If you looked at our first game last year, when we had our (offensive) line going into the season, we were actually pretty good against Missouri, and then we got some injuries,” Klacik said. “We’re hoping that we’ve got a solid front of guys that are ready to play, they’re more veteran, they’ve played in some games.” Klacik added that he thinks OSU is “solid from top to bottom” on defense. Harwell said he and his teammates are not setting specific goals for the season opener. “It’s a privilege to play against Ohio State,” Harwell said. “We’ll just go out and play hard. We really don’t have any expectations, we’re just going to go out and play as hard as we can, and if we take care of business then the score will take care of itself.” Opening kickoff at Ohio Stadium is scheduled for noon on Saturday.

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sports Simon from 1B “Actually no,� Simon said. “It’s a tradition in my family if I’m home for Christmas, my father and I will get up around 5 a.m. and get (a workout) in before the family wakes up.� An iron past When asked where Simon gets his workout habits, his teammates and coaches all point to the same man — his dad. “His dad texts him every morning like, ‘Great arm workout,’ so I know where he gets it now, because his dad is out of his mind like he is,� coach Urban Meyer said. “Great family.� “Have you seen his dad?� Boren said. “Right. I mean, when you see his dad, I’m surprised he didn’t start lifting in second grade.� Boren wasn’t far off. In elementary school, Simon followed his dad, also named John, around the gym, begging every step of the way to join in. When Simon was in the fourth grade, his dad finally gave in and eased him into lifting. “I think I bugged him enough times where he just couldn’t take it anymore,� Simon said. Simon’s dad watched as he played three sports growing up. He was quarterback of the football team, a pitcher and first baseman on the baseball team and also a wrestler. Simon said baseball might have been his best sport but football was always his passion. That passion, coupled with his love for weight lifting, made him 240 pounds entering his sophomore year at Cardinal Mooney High School in Youngstown, Ohio. Now too big for a quarterback, Simon moved to the defensive line and never looked back. Soon he was being recruited by Notre Dame, Nebraska, Pittsburgh and OSU. But Simon grew up rooting for the Buckeyes and packed his bags for Columbus after high school. New motivation When Meyer arrived at OSU, he began getting reports on every player to gauge where his team was academically and physically. Less than a year into the job, Meyer does not get reports on Simon anymore because he already knows what they will say. Simon is on a very short list of the hardest workers Meyer has ever coached. “He’s No. 1 and 1a. The other guy’s a lefty,� Meyer said, referring to former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow. Meyer has chosen Simon as one of the most trusted leaders on his team as he tries to set the tone for the years to come at OSU. But Simon could be bitter.

When players come to an elite program like OSU, they expect some stability, but Simon’s experience as a Buckeye has been anything but stable. He is playing for his third head coach in less than three years and was named in the Sports Illustrated article that accused him and many of his teammates of receiving free tattoos in exchange for football memorabilia, part of a scandal that eventually cost former head coach Jim Tressel his job. Simon said being named in that article was the low point of his career and still adamantly denies being part of the scandal. The NCAA sanctions in response to the scandal make OSU ineligible for the Big Ten Championship Game and a bowl game at the end of Simon’s senior season. But Simon’s focus is aligned with his coach’s, who said he has seen a change in his star defensive lineman. Meyer recognized Simon’s work ethic almost immediately after he took the job, but wanted Simon to push other guys to his level. “John Simon can go in there every day and lift with (strength coach) Mickey Marotti, and that serves no purpose. And that’s what he used to do here: come in every day and lift with the strength coach,� Meyer said. “He’s going to lift anyway.� So now, when Simon walks into the weight room hours before sunrise, he brings some of his teammates to train right alongside him. “Now we’re getting somewhere,� Meyer said. Simon’s teammates have noticed the change as he was named just the seventh two-time captain in OSU history Sunday. “He’s a great leader as far as taking younger guys under his wing,� said redshirt senior linebacker Etienne Sabino. Simon even took in highly-touted freshman defensive end Noah Spence for one of his 6 a.m. Sunday workouts, which is an off day for most players on the team. “He really prides himself on being that leader in the weight room, going above and beyond each and every day and going extra on Saturdays and Sundays and working out because that’s what he loves to do,� Boren said. “But he also loves to send that message to other guys like, ‘Hey, follow me.’� This is the fifth and final installment in The Lantern’s five-part Buckeyes’ Captains Chronicles series. Visit thelantern.com to read all five feature stories on OSU’s senior captains.

Pat Brennan Sports editor brennan.164@osu.edu Miami (Ohio) football junior punter Zac Murphy better watch out — he and his teammates could be the first victims of Ohio State coach Urban Meyer’s “freak show.â€? That is to say, the RedHawks will be the first team to face a revamped OSU special teams unit that features a punt-blocking subunit of Buckeyes players that fellow teammates and coaches have taken to calling “the freak show.â€? Meyer inherited an OSU team whose special teams squad that had two punts blocked and one costly point-after attempt deflected in a Nov. 12 game against Purdue that effectively ended its Big Ten championship hopes. The unit failed to block any opponents’ punt in 2011. The Buckeyes’ first-year coach boasts a freakish pedigree for developing special teams talent, though — in his six years at Florida, Meyer’s teams blocked 21 punts, eight field goals and three extra points. He’s already attempting to achieve the same kind of abnormal special teams success at OSU. Meyer has tightened things up on the special teams front, junior kicker and backup punter Drew Basil said, and also had the unit striving to be the best in the country. “Coach Meyer — he puts the pressure on us. He definitely emphasizes special teams,â€? Basil said. “If we’re not the best in the nation with how much we go over everything, then that’s going to be a failure ‌ we have to be the best. We’re going to be the best.â€? The aforementioned subunit — the freak show — could be the piece that pushes OSU’s special teams group to the top in the country. Redshirt senior linebacker and captain Etienne Sabino said not every player — not even himself — is a part of the freak show, though he will be involved with special teams this year. Basil wouldn’t divulge which players had been deemed members of the freak show, but Sabino said it was comprised of, you guessed it, the team’s physical freaks.

“It’s a whole bunch of freaks out there,� Sabino said. “I mean, any one of them can block it. You have, you know, Bradley Roby, Travis Howard — all the fast guys out there.� Basil, whose blocked extra point in the 26-23 overtime loss OSU suffered at Purdue, said last year’s special teams group was merely average. Meyer has all the kickers, punters and freaks on the same page heading into the 2012 season, Basil added. “(Meyer) teaches us a lot of stuff — what we’re doing and why we’re doing it. Every day you’re sitting there thinking, ‘What even happened last year?’� Basil said. “But this year, we’re learning stuff bit by bit. It’s going to be a freak show. If we don’t set the NCAA record for blocked punts this season then, once again, it’s going to be hard to believe. “You’ll see on Saturday.� All-time series Meyer brings his freak show, along with the rest of the Buckeyes, into Saturday’s contest against the RedHawks with a personal career win-losses record of 104-23. Miami’s Don Treadwell, who helped lead his team to a 4-8 record in his first year in Oxford, Ohio, opposes Meyer. OSU has a 4-0 all-time record against Miami with the most recent win occurred on Sept. 3, 2005, when the Buckeyes defeated their in-state rival, 34-14. OSU’s only other win against the RedHawks in the modern era of college football came in 2000 — the Buckeyes won, 27-16. In 1911, OSU beat Miami, 3-0, and, in 1904, ran out to an 8-0 lead and won by the same score.

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CLINTONVILLE/NORTH CAMPUS. Spacious townhouse with finished basement in quiet location just steps from bike path and bus lines. Off-street parking, 1 1/2 baths, W/D hook-up, AC, no pets. $720/month. 109 W. Duncan. 614-582-1672

COLLECTIONS Growing Northwest Columbus Collection Agency seeking selfmotivated, enthusiastic, professional people to collect on: Student Loan, Medical, or Tax Accounts. Experience a plus, not necessary. Hourly Pay + UNLIMITED Bonus. Paid Training; Flex Schedule. Hiring for PT & FT Positions.

GAIN WORK experience in the disability field 2:30 to 8:00pm 23 days a week working with an individual with special needs. Must be dependable, live within 30 minutes of Powell Ohio and like dogs. Fingerprints, first aid and CPR needed upon hire. Training provided. For interviews call 740-881-4325 between 3:30 - 6:00.

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CARE PROVIDER(s) needed for 12 yr old developmentally disabled girl in Gahanna. We need one or more providers for weekdays from 3:30 to 6pm, great pay. 614-260-5131

Furnished 1 Bedroom

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COLLEGE STUDENTS. Highly motivated people with good attitude needed for irrigation service industry. Full and Part1368 NEIL Avenue, furnished, time. 457-6520. E-mail sales@golden-rule-service.com. clean, quiet, safe. $360/month, utilities included, males only, graduate students preferred, free washer/dryer, 488-3061 Jack.

Furnished 2 Bedroom

2 BEDROOM recently remodeled, A/C, gas water heater, gas stove, laundry facilities, close to OSU campus, off street parking. Ideal for graduate students. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. $700/mo.Call 614-571-5107

3 BEDROOM WITH FINISHED BASEMENT. Clintonville/North Campus. Spacious townhouse overlooking river view, walkout patio from finished basement to backyard, low traffic, quiet area, off-street parking, 1 1/2 baths, W/D hook-up, AC, no pets. Steps to bike path and bus lines. $820/month. 105 W. Duncan. 614-582-1672

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TENT SALE. OSU women’s tees $5. Women’s sweatpants and yoga pants $10.00. Children’s tees $5. Fri to Sun. Lane Avenue at the corner of High Street. Questions? Email us at buckeyelogowear@gmail.com.

UPPERCLASSMEN PREFERRED. Large 4 Bedroom apartment. $1200/month. Free washer/dryer. Screened-in porch. 1372 Neil Ave. Call Jack at 488-3061

Unfurnished Rentals 60 BROADMEADOWS BLVD

Rooms AVAILABLE NOW 14th Ave. student group house. Kitchen, laundry, parking, average $280/mo. Paid utilities, 2968353 or 299-4521.

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WORTHINGTON TERRACE RENTS LOWERED

• 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms • 2 Full Baths In 2 & 3 Bedrooms • Intercom Ctrl Lobby • Garage Available • Elevator • Window Treatments INCL

FROM $420.00

80 BROADMEADOWS TOWNHOMES

FROM $505.00 885-9840

EFFICIENCY AVAILABLE $475 per month. No application Fee! Call Myers Real Estate 614-486-2933 or visit www.myersrealty.com. OSU AVAIL. NOW

750 RIVERVIEW DR.

SPECIAL $100 DEPOSIT 1 B.R. apts. stove, refrig., Gas heat, laundry Carpet and air cond. available NO PETS PLEASE $365 268-7232

Unfurnished 1 Bedroom IDEAL APARTMENT for prevet or vet student. 1 bedroom apartment over horse stable, northwest Columbus. $600/month. Can defray cost of apartment by helping work and care for horses. If interested, email dolcevita.barn@aol.com

Unfurnished 2 Bedroom

ATTN: BACK to School Work! Local Company Hiring: 10 Minutes From Campus Customer Service & Sales Great Starting Pay Flexible PT Schedules Internship Credit Available for select majors Call 614-485-9443 for INFO or buckeyedivunited.com ATTRACTIVE MODEL, for creative nude/photos/videos. Audition, no obligation, will train. Pay totally open. Discretion assured, female preferred. picturewilliam@hotmail.com (614)268-6944

Please send resume to employment@ucbinc.com or fax to 614-732-5019 4100 Horizons Dr. Cols, OH 43220 EOE EASTSIDE PSYCHOLOGICAL OFFICE IS SEEKING A PART TIME RECEPTIONIST TO WORK 4-8 M-T-W-TH AND 2-6 FR EXPERIENCE PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR COLLEGE STUDENT. THIS IS A PERMANENT POSTION, FAX TO CHARLENE AT 614-4759821 OR E-MAIL cpayne@matrixpsych.com

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GREAT RESUME Builder to work with an assult victim close to OSU golf course. Physical, occupational, and speech therpay will be involved in caring for this young man. Must be physically fit and work out regularly. 7 am to 3 pm. Currently available at $17.80 per hour. Need own transportation. Jean Crum 538-8728 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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Event Attendant strong emphasis on customer service, issuing tickets to guests, making change, directing vehicles to assure continuous traffic flow and efficient spacing of vehicles. This is an outdoor position.

Pay Rate: Starting rate $8.00 per hour Interviews: Email resume to mgriffin@standardparking.com to be considered for position and schedule interview

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

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OSU sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller (left) and redshirt junior quarterback Kenny Guiton work through drills Aug. 6 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

Miller from 1B the first-team offense since the spring and said the main reason for his good play is an increasing ability to see plays develop. “I feel like the game’s really slowing down a lot,” Guiton said. “It’s totally, completely slowing down. So now, I know where my offensive line’s going, I know where my receivers are going to be, (and I’m) reading defenses better.” The relationship between Guiton and Miller has evolved into a friendly rivalry, too. Guiton said he does “mental reps” while watching Miller practice. He notices the things Miller does that work, as well as the things that do not. “Me and Braxton, we’re real cool,” Guiton said. “We’re always helping each other out. Any chance I can I help him out if I see something.” Guiton said there is still plenty of room for him to improve, with his arm strength being the No. 1 priority. “I’m just working on my velocity and trying to get (the ball) to the playmakers on the outside,” Guiton said. While Guiton would be ecstatic if he got serious playing time, his teammates might be even more so. There is a saying in football that the backup quarterback is usually the most popular player among fans. Meyer’s former quarterback, Tebow, might be the best example of that. Guiton’s admiration, though, stems mostly from his teammates.

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“Kenny’s my boy,” said redshirt junior receiver Chris Fields. “That’s my best friend, on and off the field. I believed in him ever since he got here.” Sophomore receiver Evan Spencer said seeing Guiton on the field would make him and the team happy. “I know how hard (Guiton) works and how hard he worked in the offseason to get his body right or to get his certain mechanics right, so I’d love to see him on the field,” Spencer said. The players do not just like Guiton as a person. They’ve noticed an improvement in his play, too. “When he gets (with the first team in practice) he acting like he’s supposed to be there,” Fields said. “He’s been improving on the pass emphasis, running and just mentally, just knowing the game, he’s been improving.” Despite Guiton’s success this offseason, Miller has firmly established himself as the starting quarterback and will get the majority of the snaps, Meyer said. That’s unlikely to change unless Miller gets injured. If both Guiton and Miller do get on the field at the same time this fall, though, it could be special. At 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds, Guiton has something Miller will probably never have: good size and an ability to easily see over the offensive line. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Miller possesses plenty of things you cannot teach: instincts, elusiveness and pure playmaking capability. “They both have their certain attributes,” Spencer said. “Both of them, together, it’s perfect really.”

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The Ohio Stadium scoreboard plays clips of Buckeyes football games during construction.

Ohio Stadium scoreboard makes debut Evan Speyer Senior Lantern reporter speyer.10@osu.edu If you want to watch Buckeye football in high definition this fall, it doesn’t mean you have to sell your tickets. Stretching 124 feet wide and standing 42 feet tall, Ohio Stadium’s monstrous new scoreboard offers fans a whole new experience in the Horseshoe. The HD Panasonic jumbotron sits atop the south end zone, replacing the 30 feet by 90 feet scoreboard that has been in use for the past 11 seasons. The televisions at concession stands have also been replaced with HD monitors. The new scoreboard is grouped with a new sound system as well, with 25 speakers flanking each side of the scoreboard. In total, the renovations come with a price tag of more than $7 million, according to an athletic department release. Don Patko, associate athletic director of Facilities Management, said the improvements were necessary and well worth the cost. “It was time for the video board to be replaced,” Patko said. “The usual life for a scoreboard is 12 to 15 years, and the last one was 12 years old.” Prior to installing the new system, the athletic department researched similar projects at other

stadiums such as the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field. Patko said that by researching other projects, and understanding the shortcomings of the old scoreboard, they were able to put together the best possible game day experience with the new system. “Everybody that has an HDTV at home knows that it provides better clarity,” Patko said. “The new board also allows you to have better viewing angles. The entire industry is moving toward HD, and we feel that we have one of the best systems out there.” Newly enrolled OSU freshmen had an early glimpse at the stadium’s improvements Aug. 20 during convocation, as they walked through Ohio Stadium and saw themselves on the big screen. “It was my first time in the stadium, so I didn’t even know it was new,” said Michael Gross, a first-year in health professionals exploration. “But it was something you noticed the moment you walked into the stadium, just the size of it was really impressive.” Benjamin Sokobin, a first-year in business, didn’t even have to enter the stadium to notice the scoreboard. “It was one of the first things my family noticed when I moved in,” said Sokobin, who lives in Lincoln Tower. “Ohio Stadium is known as one of the best venues in college football, and I think it’s great that they are making it even better.”

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