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The video of Matthew Cordle confessing he killed a man while drunk driving has gripped the nation. With more than 2.1 million views on YouTube, the Columbus man’s video was the first confession video for the non-profit Ohio organization “Because I Said I Would.” BISIW’s purpose is to restore the faith in humanity by making people accountable by staying true to their word and keeping promises, said Grant Smucker, the director who filmed the Cordle confession video. Smucker, an Ohio State graduate in biomedical engineering who now works as a freelance director and editor, has also filmed previous videos for BISIW. “After hearing the cause and everything, I was on board,” said Smucker. “It sounded like a great cause.” Cordle pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide in court Wednesday. Smucker said Cordle’s desire to confess was sincere and aimed at shedding light on the issue of drinking and driving. “(While) filming it, Matt wanted to get the point across to make sure people don’t drink and drive,” said Smucker. “It was Matt pouring out his

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Matthew Cordle posted a video on YouTube Sept. 3 confessing to killing a man in a drunk driving hit-and-run in June. story and what all happened, what went down and expressing his guilt. He had a lot of guilt to let out. He wanted a way to release that.” Some OSU students who have heard about Cordle’s confession video have conflicting opinions. “I’m kind of glad his conscience got the best of him, although online wasn’t the way to do it,” said Becca Lawrence, a third-year in international studies.

Some said it was a stunt for attention. “I appreciate that he did admit to it, but I feel like if you were going to (admit to it), just fess up,” said Haley Maynard, a second-year in early childhood education. “(It’s an) attention thing that has alternative motives.” Although some students, like second-year in sociology David Powers, hadn’t seen the video, they

heard about it through friends and the media. Something that stood out to Powers was Cordle’s courage and honesty, but he said he feels there is “a lack of interpersonal community” when posting on social media. “I’d like to be optimistic and say that… I choose to be hopeful and believe his desire is genuine,” Powers said. “But a lot of people said he did it for attention.” Recently, some Internet users have taken to posting secrets anonymously and publicly through sites such as PostSecret, Whisper and Reddit’s OffMyChest forum. According to PostSecret’s website, more than 629 million people have visited the blog. The blog is part of “an ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard,” according to the website. On Aug. 31, PostSecret posted a postcard reading “I said she dumped me, but really I dumped her (body).” There was an arrow on the card pointing at a location on a picture of a map, later identified by Reddit users as a spot in Chicago. Authorities later said they had found no reason to believe there was truth to the apparent murder confession, according to CBS News. On June 20, someone posted a confession titled “I should be in

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OSU student remembered for her ‘positive spirit’


Comic Con goes green

Lou Ferrigno, who played The Incredible Hulk on TV, is set to visit Columbus for this weekend’s Comic Con.



Canine circovirus discovered

KRISTEN MITCHELL Editor-in-chief An Ohio State student died as a result of a Tuesday evening car accident in Hilliard. Maria Tiberi, 21, from Dublin, Ohio, was a student in communication, according to the university directory. “We are deeply saddened to hear of this tragic accident, and our hearts and thoughts are with Maria’s family and friends. The departments of the Office of Student Life, including Student Advocacy and Counseling and Consultation Service, are making themselves available to be of whatever assistance may be required,” said OSU Student Life spokesman Dave Isaacs in a Wednesday afternoon email. According to the Hilliard Division of Police, officers discovered a semi-tractor trailer struck from behind by a Toyota Corolla. The report said the “initial investigation indicates that the semitractor trailer was stopped in heavy traffic on the interstate at the time of the accident.” Tiberi was the only occupant of the Corolla at the time of the accident, and she was transported to Grant Medical Center where she later died. The 30-year-old female driver of the semi-tractor sustained no injuries. Grant Medical Center representatives did not return requests for comment Wednesday. Tiberi was a 2010 Graduate of Dublin Coffman High School, and principal Mike Ulring said in an email she was a “wonderful young lady” with a positive spirit. “Maria was a tremendous asset to Dublin Coffman High School and we are all shocked and devastated to learn about her loss,” Ulring said. “I will never forget and can still picture her

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amazing smile that she so effortlessly blessed us with each day. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tiberi family as they remain great friends of Coffman High School and the Dublin Community.” Tiberi is the daughter of Dom Tiberi, a sports broadcast journalist with WBNS-10TV. Director of News at 10TV Elbert Tucker said, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tiberi family,” in a Wednesday email. 10TV established an “In Memoriam” page on their website for commenters to leave notes of condolences for the Tiberi family. The page had

more than 10 pages of comments by 11 p.m. Wednesday. Dom Tiberi covers OSU athletics for the TV station. OSU athletic director Gene Smith tweeted from his account @OSU_AD, “My heart goes out to Dom Tiberi and his family. Dom please feel this love I am sharing,” Wednesday at about 7 a.m. According to 10TV, a public showing will be held Sunday at St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic Church at 7179 Avery Road and a funeral Mass will be held Monday.

Thompson Library’s steamy secret: ‘Playboy’ mags among the racks

While a new virus in dogs was discovered in Ohio, one OSU vet says it is not cause for concern.


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Maria Tiberi (left), a 21-year-old OSU student in communication, with her father, Dom Tiberi. Maria Tiberi died after a Sept. 17 car accident.


OSU has 640 ‘Playboy’ magazine-related materials, including original magazines, microform editions and various clippings in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library.

Among the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library of William Oxley Memorial Library lies one of Ohio State’s largest collections of scandalous material: stacks of “Playboy” magazines. OSU has been cultivating its “Playboy” collection for decades and has amassed 640 “Playboy” magazine-related materials, including original magazines, microform editions and various clippings, according to the OSU library catalog. The collection does not exist for the sexually deviant, but instead is provided as a source of scholarly research, said Karla Strieb, OSU’s associate director of Library Collections. “Including the publication in our collection provides scholars with a resource on popular culture they may choose to review in the course of their research,” Strieb said in an email. The inclusion of “Playboy” in the library system helps further the library’s mission of preserving diverse material. “The mission of an academic library is to preserve information for the purposes of scholarship, research and teaching. University Libraries strives to provide a collection that presents diverse perspectives, points of view and opinions,” Strieb said.

While OSU’s library system does have “Playboy” magazines, they are not immediately accessible. The microforms, which are reproduced editions in a reduced size and are stored in the book depository, are available for order online and paper magazines are available, for viewing only, in Thompson’s Rare Books and Manuscripts Library. Without directly ordering them from the online catalogue or asking a librarian for access, students, faculty and staff cannot view the collection. OSU’s collection isn’t unique among academic institutions — the other 11 schools in the Big Ten have “Playboy” magazines, according to their respective library catalogues. Some OSU professors said the notion of an explicit magazine having some academic value is legitimate. “I can imagine different kinds of research that might use a collection like this, including research on changes in cultural representations of masculinity and femininity,” said Cynthia Burack, a professor in the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, in an email. She added that she has cited “Playboy” in her own research. Burack said, however, she understands why “Playboy” offends some people, but said storing the magazines is important, even for just a historical record.

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campus OSU vet: Illness causing death of dogs not reason to panic ERICA MAUDER Lantern reporter The death of four Ohio dogs could be linked to a recently discovered virus, but one Ohio State veterinarian said there is no need for pet owners to worry. In August, it was reported that four dogs, three in Cincinnati that had stayed at the same kennel and one in Akron, out of eight with similar symptoms, had died. “We have no idea if the illnesses are related and we have no idea what caused it,” said Melissa Weber, director of communications for the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. “(In) one of the dogs, the canine circovirus was found.” Little is known where the circovirus — the new virus — came from and how it spreads. The symptoms of the virus are vomiting, diarrhea and lethargy, which Weber said are common symptoms dogs have with illness, but what stood

out was hemorrhaging and inflamed blood vessels in some of the sick dogs. Of those dogs who did survive, the veterinarians used supportive therapy, which is an application of fluids given to the dog. Weber has received emails from people saying their dogs had the same symptoms and wondering if it was the same virus. However, she said there currently isn’t a cause for concern. “The most important thing is that no one needs to panic. At this point, there is no known cause and no method of transmission,” Weber said. “There have not been any cases (of the illness) since.” Some Ohio State students who own dogs said they had never heard of the illness and aren’t concerned. “If it affected where I lived more, then I would take precautions, but I mean, a dog could literally get sick in your backyard,” said Hanna Sherwood, a fifth-year in psychology. “I’m more worried about my dog getting into a bad bag of garbage, and good

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Visiting professor talks leaders, conflict in Mershon event JUSTIN CLINE Lantern reporter

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Michael Horowitz, a University of Pennsylvania associate professor of political science, speaks at the OSU Mershon Center for International Security Studies Sept. 18.

Researchers could be able to predict the future behavior of international leaders based off their life experiences, according to a university professor who spoke at Ohio State. Michael Horowitz, an associate professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, gave a lecture Wednesday titled “Presidents, Kings, Dictators and Wars: Leader Risk and International Politics” at the OSU Mershon Center for International Security Studies. Horowitz argued against a common theory among other political scientists that democratically elected leaders don’t make a difference, saying despite socialization and political constraints, leaders matter in international politics. “The bottom line is that leaders actually make differences,” Horowitz said. The underlying topic of discussion was how certain events throughout a leader’s life might contribute to their likelihood to engage in military invasion and conflict. Horowitz said experiences like childhood, education, military experience and adult life play a large

role into a leader’s political policy. Both nature and nurture should be taken into account when trying to understand how candidates might function in office, he said. “The life experience shapes their world view,” Horowitz said. He said he believes these instances can be translated into policy outcome, and has attempted to produce a risk score for particular leaders throughout the world and history. “Modeling international conflict on the basis of leader attributes can actually tell you some pretty interesting things. It can actually predict pretty well who some of those dangerous leaders in the world are ,” Horowitz said. Through a slideshow presentation, Horowitz offered evidence showing how historical figures like former Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin, former Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong, former Germany chancellor and dictator Adolf Hitler and former Iraq President Saddam Hussein’s lives before coming into political power might have played into their propensity for conflict. An assessment of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a young leader of an autocratic nation with military experience but no combat experience, showed how “someone like Assad should be the dangerous guy that he is … likely to start

and escalate conflicts,” Horowitz said. A majority of the world leaders taken into account were men, but his methods of research and prediction were used to assess women in politics as well. Because there is such a small sample, though, it became hard to foresee any similar patterns of military invasion or conflict in women leaders. As female figureheads begin to become more commonplace throughout the world, Horowitz said he believes they will fall in line with their male counterparts’ tendencies. In a Q&A session after the one-hour lecture, Horowitz addressed questions from the audience about his research and extrapolating his findings onto other leaders and conflict throughout history. “Leader attributes represent a potentially really powerful way to capture the importance of leaders’ international politics,” Horowitz said. Horowitz’s first book, “The Diffusion of Military Power: Causes and Consequences for International Politics,” received the Edgar S. Furniss Book Award from the Mershon Center in 2010. The award is given to “an author whose first book makes an exceptional contribution to the study of national and international security,” according the Mershon website.

Offenses involving underage persons result in arrests KAYLA BYLER Managing editor of design A joint investigation by University Police and the FBI is still ongoing following a bank robbery on 11th Avenue Saturday at about 9:25 a.m. The suspect had a knife and was described as a black man between the ages of 20 and 40, wearing a black-and-white plaid button-down, sunglasses and a black baseball hat with a white logo. According to a police release, the Cincinnati Division of the FBI and University Police are working together to find information on the case, a standard partnership in a bank robbery, which is a federal crime, according to a University Police dispatcher Sept. 15. There were five offenses involving underage persons reported on Ohio State’s campus this week from Sept. 11 to Sept. 18. Three of the incidents resulted in arrests. Offenses involving underage persons could result from an individual under the age of 21 attempting to order, pay for, share the cost of or attempt to purchase, possess or consume alcohol, according to Ohio law.

In the first event, a 19-year-old male student was arrested near Jesse Owens North just after midnight Friday. Around two hours later the same morning, University Police reported another incident near 12th Avenue and Cannon Drive. Saturday, a 20-year-old male student was arrested near 12th Avenue and College Road at about 2:20 a.m. for offenses involving underage persons. Then on Sunday, a female staff member reported an incident at Baker Hall East around midnight. About an hour later, an 18-year-old female non-affiliate was arrested in a fifth incident at Smith-Steeb Hall. A male staff member reported disorderly conduct of an intoxicated male student at Mack Hall Saturday at about 3 a.m. Seven traffic crashes were reported this week, two resulting in injuries, according to the University Police log. In addition, 39 thefts were reported on campus this week — 16 of these were thefts of bicycle.

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prison” on a forum on Reddit, a social news sharing site. The post went into detail about the man and his friend allegedly raping two minor girls. Though police became involved, the case disappeared and the two men got away without legal repercussions, according to Gawker. Lawrence said he believes anonymity is meaningless when admitting a wrong. “Posting anonymous just to do it seems pointless,” she said. “There should be more action. If you are truly interested in confessing, you should do something to follow through.” Smucker agreed after his project with Cordle. “I don’t see the point of hiding it or concealing it,” Smucker said. “The best outcome is when you just lay it out in front of everybody. Come public with it so you can get it off your chest, then other people can help you and learn from it.” Maynard said, though, even if posting anonymously, people want their stories to be noticed. “It’s all for attention rather than just feeling bad about what they did,” she said. Whisper, a smartphone app similar in concept to PostSecret, tries to bring people together. The app description states it is “about expressing your true self within a community of honesty and acceptance” and individuals “can connect with other people who think and feel the same way (they) do about things.”

Making a community out of struggles is an idea Maynard found interesting. “It’s more of a supportive thing rather than admitting,” Maynard said. Maynard said if she were put in Cordle’s shoes, she would not have made the YouTube video but would have turned herself in. “I would be too guilty,” Maynard said. “I would have to talk to the authorities or someone close to me.” The possibility of a reduced prison sentence could be a reason why more confession videos are being made, Smucker said. “A lot of people are saying confession videos are going to be a big thing because people can maybe reduce their sentence or try and get a better sentence,” Smucker said. Powers said he wouldn’t resort to confessing on social media either. “In my life, I have people I can trust (to talk to),” Powers said. “They would get so much more by talking to an actual person.” Smucker said he believes the attention of the YouTube video will force people to see the results of drinking and driving. “Matt’s laying it all on the line. He wants to admit what he did wrong and he’s not trying to hide it or hide behind anything,” Smucker said. “He wants people to know how serious this issue is and for them to not make the same mistake.”

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OSU has ‘Playboy’ magazines in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library of William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library.

Playboy from 1A “As a scholar, I recognize that there are many different kinds of collections and archives, some of material we might find troubling in some way, that can help us understand more deeply some aspect of history, culture, or politics,” Burack said. Some OSU students said they doubt the magazine’s academic value and think the library’s “Playboy” collection is troubling. “It’s against my morals,” said Taylor Reynolds, a fourth-year in international studies and Russian. “I’m a woman. I think it’s degrading to women.”

Dogs from 2A dog owners are going to take the right steps to avoid (illness). Maybe that’s why only four have died.” Brian Haugh, a fifth-year in criminology who also owns a dog, said he thinks what happened to the dogs is sad, but sees no reason to worry. “If they don’t know what is causing it (the illness), how it is actually being spread, then it’s hard to find a precaution to shield the dog away from it,” Haugh said. Others, though, are worried about the virus. “That’s really worrying that (the dogs) are dying within a short amount of time and that there were that many cases that recently,” said Jane Vinesky, a thirdyear in biology who owns a 15-week-old labrador named Sammy. “That is really scary.”

Other students said the university should put a bigger emphasis on providing other, more useful books rather than “Playboy” magazines. Tyler Bolyard, a second-year in political science, said having enough textbooks should be more of a concern for the library “than outdated porno magazines.” OSU Libraries representatives did not immediately respond to emails requesting the cost of maintaining the magazines Wednesday night.

Vinesky added she thinks others should be more concerned as well. “If the cases are all consistently the same, like same symptoms and timeline and all that, people should definitely take notice because something happening like that in a pattern is probably not a fluke,” she said. The Ohio Department of Agriculture is conducting an investigation on the case. In a press release, the department encouraged pet owners to contact a vet immediately if any symptoms are present in their dogs. State veterinarian Tony Forshey also asked local veterinarians to report potential related cases to the department. There have been no cases of the illness present in Columbus or at the OSU Veterinary Medical Center, Weber said.

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Lou Ferrigno to make first Ohio Comic Con appearance NEN LIN SOO Lantern reporter For the first time since the Comic Con tour started making Ohio one of its stops, TV’s original Incredible Hulk is set to make a guest appearance this weekend at the Wizard World Ohio Comic Con 2013. Lou Ferrigno, who played The Incredible Hulk in the 1977-1982 TV show of the same name, is set to join other film stars, comic book legends and pop culture icons such as “Star Trek” actor William Shatner and creator of Marvel Comic superheroes, Stan Lee, as Comic Con special guests. The guest appearances are scheduled during Comic Con Friday through Sunday at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Naming Columbus his second home, Ferrigno, who trained in the weight room at the Ohio Stadium back in 1973 and 1974 with some friends who attended Ohio State, said he has always been a fan of this annual pop culture convention. “When I was young, I never had a show like this to go to myself, and I would have given anything to go to a pop culture show like this in Ohio.

That’s why right now, I am giving back,” Ferrigno said in an interview with The Lantern. Comic Con is a three-day convention that celebrates everything in the pop culture world from movies to TV shows to comic books to costume play. “The generic term, Comic Con, dates back to comic conventions where folks interested in the world of comics got to meet artists, got to spend time with each other, and as time has gone by, it has evolved into adding the other elements of pop culture,” said Jerry Milani, public relations executive of Wizard World. The organizers dabble into new projects for the convention every year to keep the spark alive among the regular conference-goers and to attract new faces to Comic Con to attend the event, Milani said. One of the projects slated to debut at the Ohio Comic Con is the Wizard World Film Festival where independent filmmakers from all around the world were encouraged to submit feature length films, which are 30 minutes or longer, shorts, animation and music videos. Applications are set to be judged Saturday and Sunday during the event, and Comic Con attendees are all welcome to partake in the screening of these submitted works.

“Movies are a nice, common theme, and this is an opportunity where people can come and see films done by independent filmmakers, but it also gives those folks the chance to show their work in front of an audience that would really appreciate it,” Milani said. The Ohio Comic Con is set to hand out limited copies of a variant cover of “The Walking Dead #1” comic to full-price participants in their goodie bags, and the cover artist of the Ohio Comic Con Version, Mike Zeck, is also set to be present to sign those copies. Nicholas Huelskamp, a recent history graduate who has attended Comic Con for the past seven years, said he loves that the conventions always bring big names to the events. “It’s cool stuff like that, that you wouldn’t get to experience anywhere else,” Huelskamp said. Ohio Comic Con three-day weekend tickets are $65. One-day tickets for Friday are $35 each, $45 for Saturday and $40 for Sunday. All tickets are $10 more if purchased the same day at the event venue. The convention is set to run from 3-8 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. The Greater Columbus Convention Center is located at 400 N. High St.

Wexner Center for the Arts to express blues genre in new exhibit, ‘Blues for Smoke’ DANIELLE SEAMON Asst. arts editor While Ohio Stadium will be covered in scarlet and gray Saturday, the Wexner Center for the Arts will begin boasting some blues. From Saturday to Dec. 29, the color will paint the galleries and showrooms of the Wexner Center not only in pigment, but also as an aesthetic in the center’s new exhibit, “Blues for Smoke.” The exhibit’s title is derived from jazz musician Jaki Byard’s 1960 album, but show curator Bennett Simpson, who is based at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, went beyond musical influences to demonstrate the genre. “I think the show stems from originally (Simpson’s) interest in music,” Bill Horrigan, curator at large at the Wexner Center said. “He is professionally a visual arts curator, and he wanted to sense the affinities within visual culture with what he felt blues as a musical tradition was about.” Although the blues is original to music representation, Horrigan explained, the style can be translated across different mediums. “One of the things about the blues is that it is such a flexible term,” Horrigan said. “Everyone gets the blues for various reasons. Sometimes it’s for love, sometimes it’s for race or poverty, all kinds of things. It’s immensely personal, and I think one of the goals of the show is for the works to make viewers ponder what it means to have the blues.” The Wexner Center’s galleries are slated to showcase more than 40 different artists expressing

the blues genre in different forms. The pieces are organized in the galleries to first introduce viewers to the basic concept of the blues and end with a more abstract representation of the genre, Patrick Weber, senior preparator at the Wexner Center, explained. One of the more interesting pieces in the show, Wexner Center spokesman Erik Pepple said, is an installation by Zoe Leonard that displays more than 40 blue suitcases propped up in a line. The piece, Pepple said, is an ongoing project of Leonard’s, who is a former resident artist at the Wexner Center. “I cannot speak for (Leonard), but it is in a lot of ways kind of a living piece because it continues to grow, as this piece is refined and worked on,” Pepple said. Additionally, multimedia art forms are to be infused with the paintings, photographs and sculptures. Guests will have the opportunity to listen to blues-inspired artists like punk band Bad Brains while watching film and television clips. The entirety of the hit HBO show “The Wire” is set to play throughout the galleries, and Weber said Bennett’s choice in playing the series, which is based in Baltimore, Md., is based off the multiculturalism displayed in the episodes, which Pepple said he believes to be a core aspect of the blues genre. “The exhibit explores issues of identity, including issues pertaining to African-American identity and American culture at large,” Pepple said. “There are issues of LGBT identity in there, gender identity, a broad swath of issues are covered in the show, and how … these types of art forms can be used as a form of expression.” “Blues for Smoke” comes one year following

Wexner Center’s Annie Leibovitz exhibit last fall. Leibovitz’s photographs garnered a lot of foot traffic to the Center’s galleries because her art is considered by many to be iconic of contemporary America, according to Matt Reber, buyer and manager of the Wexner Center’s store. However, although some of the works date back to the 1950s and may not seem as modern as Leibovitz’s photographs, “Blues for Smoke” is not a historical recreation, Horrigan explained. “The works go up to the present. For example, there’s some paintings of Amy Winehouse, there’s lots of rap music, which the show kind of argues is a continuation by other means of the blues,” Horrigan said. “The show is very much about right now.” OSU students can view the exhibit before the general public on Friday at the Wexner Center’s annual fall student party. During the party, which is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. and run until midnight, the center’s galleries will be open, gallery tours will be provided and pizza will be served. The 2012 film “Django: Unchained” will also be screened at the party, which, Pepple explains, fits in with the blues’ virtue of expressing identity. Students must have a valid BuckID for admittance. “Blues for Smoke” opens to the general public Saturday and will run through Dec. 29. Admission is free for students and those under 18 years old, $8 for the general public and $6 for OSU faculty and staff and senior citizens. All visitors are admitted for free each Thursday after 4 p.m. and the first Sunday of each month. The galleries are open from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and 11 a.m. 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

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An untitled piece by William Eggleston as part of ‘Blues for Smoke,’ which is scheduled to take place at the Wexner Center for the Arts Sept. 21-Dec. 29.

Blue October to make C-Bus return in support of new album, ‘Sway’ T.J. MCGARRY Lantern reporter


October may be weeks away, but Blue October will make an appearance near campus Sunday. In an interview with The Lantern, lead singer and guitarist Justin Furstenfeld described his group as an “eclectic alternative rock band,” that draws from influences like The Smiths and U2. The show at the Newport is part of the band’s Sway tour promoting its seventh studio album, also titled “Sway.” Furstenfeld described this album as “more musically-driven” than previous albums. Furstenfeld, who has a history of depression and problems with anxiety, said this album is more positive than previous albums, which delved into his personal problems. “This album is less about the turmoil I go through,” Furstenfeld said. “It’s about reaching a different point in your life.” Furstenfeld said doing the album was a good experience for him and his bandmates, which include drummer and brother Jeremy Furstenfeld, violinist Ryan Delahoussaye, bassist Matt Noveskey and lead guitarist Brant Coulter. “We did that album (Sway) for the band,” Justin Furstenfeld said. “It’s about how wonderful the place that I’m in now is.” Justin Furstenfeld, who took part in the writing all 13 songs on “Sway,” said the song “Fear” was the most significant to him. Justin Furstenfeld said the band is excited to be back playing in Columbus since their last performance in 2012. “You guys are crazy,” said Justin Furstenfeld regarding Ohio State students. “You guys are some partiers.” Even though the concert is intended to promote Blue October’s new album, Justin

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Blue October is slated to play at the Newport Music Hall Sept. 22. Doors open at 7 p.m. Furstenfeld said the band will play some of their old hits such as “Into the Ocean” and “Hate Me” off 2006 album “Foiled.” Second-year in zoology Tyler Powell said he enjoys the band’s music, citing the rhythmic guitar playing as something that he likes in “Into the Ocean.” “I like how (the song) got progressively more intense, the way the guitar got greater as (the band) kept going,” Powell said. The band is scheduled to perform at Newport Music Hall Sunday, doors open at 7 p.m. General admission tickets are available for $25 at the door and on Ticketmaster. The Last Place You Look and Tori Vasquez are scheduled to open the show.


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Argentine Tango Lesson/ Party, 8 pm Hayes Hall Lobby

All the Fish and Micah Lathrop, 9 pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint

Swing Dance Thursdays, 5:30 pm Ohio Union Dance Room 1

Stand Up to Pinup with Brooke Cartus, 9 pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint

OUAB Presents: Dear World, 7 pm Ohio Union Performance Hall

Chvrch Prznts: Cathedral, 10 pm Ace of Cups Bar

Le Boom! Keys n Krates, Attak & Carma, Corrupt, Heady Ruxpin, Jenesis, 9 pm Skully’s

Fall Harvest Wine Tasting, 7-9 pm Camelot Cellars Winery

Teen Fiction, 11 pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint

Thursday, 9/19

Quiz Night, 7 pm Woody’s Tavern Burlesque Behind the Curtain, 7:30 pm Shadowbox Cell Phones, Nervosas Stell, 9 pm Ace of Cups Karaoke, 9 pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint Ladie’s 80’s & More, 9 pm Skully’s

Friday, 9/20 Lovin’ Life Lunchbox, 12 pm Shadowbox 2013 Wizard World Ohio Comic Con, 3 pm - 8 pm Columbus Convention Center OSU Women’s Soccer vs. Illinois, 5 pm Jesse Owens Ben Sollee, 7 pm KOBO OSU Men’s Soccer vs. Dayton, 7:30 pm Jesse Owens Blake Shelton, 7:30 pm Nationwide Arena Poetry Open Mic, 8 pm Kafe Kerouac Wine tasting, 8 pm Kafe Kerouac


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Saturday, 9/21 2013 Wizard World Ohio Comic Con, 10 am - 7 pm Columbus Convention Center Curious George Character Appearance & Story Time, 11 am - 2 pm WOSI at COSI OSU Men’s Football vs. Florida A&M, 12 pm Ohio Stadium 1st Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest, 1-4pm Camelot Cellars Winery Everyone Leaves w/ Sober for Sunny, We Were Kids, Place Your Bets, LAWSKOF, Avenue, 6 pm KOBO Ani DiFranco, 7 pm LC Pavilion Columbus Crew vs. Chicago Soccer, 7:30 pm Columbus Crew Stadium Nightmare on Front Street, 7:30/10:30pm Shadowbox Model Stranger, 8 pm Kafe Kerouac “Take Five”, 8 pm Zen Cha Tea Salon Scoot-a-que 16, 8 pm - 2 am Ace of Cups

Teen Fiction, 11 pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint

Sunday, 9/22 2013 Wizard World Ohio Comic Con, 10 am - 5 pm Columbus Convention Center Sunday Beerlympics Buzzed Games, 2pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint Spamalot, 2 & 7 pm Shadowbox Blue October, 7 pm Newport Music Hall Julia Holter/Nedelle Torrisi, 7 pm KOBO

OUABe Fit: Kickboxing, 7pm Ohio Union Dance Room

Tuesday, 9/24 OUABe Fit: CORE Intensity, 5 pm Ohio Union Dance Room Songwriters on High 6:30-8:30 pm Camelot Cellars Winery Kid Cudi w/ Tyler the Creator, 7 pm LC Pavilion Michael Franti and Spearhead 7 pm Newport Music Hall Open Mic Comedy 8 pm Scarlet and Grey Cafe Music Open Mic, 8 pm Kafe Kerouac Pop 1280, Pink Reason, Unholy 2, Guinea Worms 9 pm Ace of Cups Bar

Wednesday, 9/25

Cosmic Psychos, New Bomb Turks, 7 pm Ace of Cups

Acoustic Open Mic, 5-9pm Scarlet and Grey Cafe

The Flex Crew, 10 pm Skully’s

OUABe Fit: Hip Hop Dance 6pm Ohio Union Dance Room

Monday, 9/23 TRIVIUM & DEVILDRIVER, 6 pm Newport Music Hall Vampire Weekend w/ Sky Ferreira, 6:30 pm LC Pavilion

Ms Mr 7pm Newport Music Hall Flicks for Free Ft. “Rebirth” 7pm Ohio Union- US Bank Conference Theater Devil Doves 9pm Bossy Grrl’s Pin-Up Joint

An Evening with Josh Radnor, 7 pm Ohio Union - Archie Griffin Grand Ballroom Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Minnesota Wild, 7 pm Nationwide Arena

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NOW MEDICAL COLLEGE across per hour. Please email resume ule. Those in all related fields, 750 the street, 1 house from cam- to with ABA interest, or who have a RIVERVIEW DR. heart for these missions please pus. Furnished rooming house SPECIAL $100 DEPOSIT apply. Competitive wages and for scholars only. 1 B.R. apts. stove, refrig., Gas Present tenants= 2 Med stu- PART-TIME Research Associate benefits. For more informawanted for an independent reheat, laundry dents, 2 PhD Engineers and a search firm specializing in pub- tion, call L.I.F.E Inc. at (614) Carpet and air cond. available Law student. Extremely quiet 475-5305 or visit us at www. lic opinion, policy and program NO PETS PLEASE and safe, as is the neighbor- evaluation for state and federal LIFE-INC.NET $385 hood. $450/month 1 year lease agencies. Excellent position for NANNY FOR Powell area fam- PART TIME Dishwasher/Utility 268-7232 minimum. 614-805-4448 or student in social science field. ily. 3 children ages 4, 7, &9. 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(sophomore/junior is preferred). fresh, seasonal preparations. heat and hot water. Laundry great starting pay. Flexible $10-$12/hour For middle school/high school Our menu changes 3 to 4 times facilities. Off-street parking. around classes. All majors Training provided aged kids in a nice central Bex- a year. Sustainability is impor294-0083. considered. Internship credit P/T work based on school ley home for a very fast pace tant to us. We are a zero waste and highly active family. very facility. To learn more go to www. POWELL AREA duplex. 1.5 avail for select majors. Call schedule flexible hrs and a pleasant, baths, 1200 sq. spacious living 614-485-9443 for INFO. fun, fast paced environment Apply online space. Fireplace, 1 car attached with State-of-the-Art equip- Hours of operation are Mon-Wed garage, basement with W/D ment and designated media in 8am-4pm, Thur-Fri 8am-8pm. hookup, spacious backyard. 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CORNWELL LAWN & Landscaping is looking for Full-Time and Part Time workers. Will be flexibe with schedule. If interested, contact Nicholas Cornwell PREP COOK-Line Cook by phone 614-284-4887 or email • Part time possibly to turn into full time. Must be available at least 3 lunch time shifts and occasional Sundays. Duties include: daily production, line prep, help set up kitchen for service, some inventory maintenance LABORATORY INTERNSHIP and closing responsibilities. available immediately. Please We are a busy Chef owned & visit our website at operated cafe located in the Wexner Center for the Arts on and click on the link of job the OSU campus. Our focus is postings/internships for more on sourcing local ingredients information. with fresh, seasonal preparations. Our menu changes 3 to 4 times a year. Sustainability is important to us. We have our own garden outside which is always expanding and we are a zero waste facility. To learn more go SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN to The Worthington School District Catering experience a plus as is accepting applications for we do on site Catered events. on-call substitute custodians. Positions will work a five to eight Hours of operation are Mon-Wed hour shift between 3 p.m. and 11 8am-4pm, Thur-Fri 8am-8pm. p.m. Requirements: must be We are closed all major Holi- 18 years or older and be able to days, weekends and when OSU perform heavy school cleaning. campus is closed. We are look- Rate: $12.15 per hour. Apply ing for motivated, self starters online at www.worthington.k12. with a sense of urgency. Must be For more information, flexible & have positive attitude. call 614-450-6172. BOE. Some experience preferred. Please send resume or come in to fill out an application. Heirloom Café 1871 N. High Street Columbus, Ohio 43224

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Miller to have limited role against FAMU Matthew Mithoefer Senior Lantern reporter After defeating Pac-12 foe California 52-34 in its last game, the Ohio State football team returns home this weekend to face the Florida A&M Rattlers of the Football Championship Subdivision. OSU junior quarterback Braxton Miller is expected to play a limited role in the Buckeyes final tune-up before Big Ten play begins, according to coach Urban Meyer. With Miller expected to play in limited fashion, redshirt-senior Kenny Guiton will likely receive the nod as starter for a second straight week. Against California, Guiton led the offense to more than 600 total yards of offense. Redshirt-senior offensive lineman Marcus Hall said his unit is well-prepared regardless who is under center. “Both quarterbacks suit the offensive system, so it’s actually convenient,” Hall said. “We don’t have to switch up the way we play.” Even though the offense is averaging nearly 45 points a game, there are still some concerns over the squad’s defensive prowess after allowing the Golden Bears to score 34 points.

No matter how many kills she tallies or awards she wins, Kaitlyn Leary would trade it all for the success of her team. Or maybe for a few pairs of shoes. Leary, a senior outside hitter for the No. 13 Ohio State women’s volleyball team, was named Sports Imports/AVCA Division I National Player of the Week Sept. 10 after recording 66 kills to lead her team to the Four Points by Sheraton Seminole Invitational title. The Parma, Ohio, native said she was excited to receive the award, but was happier that the team was successful. “I was honored,” Leary said. “But I’m just happy with the way our team has been playing.” Leary was quick to credit the play of teammates, including junior setter Taylor Sherwin. “I think (Sherwin) has been doing an amazing job putting me in great situations, (putting) everyone in great situations,” she said. Senior defensive specialist Julianne Mandolfo described Leary as “humble.” “You would never know (what she’s accomplished) because she doesn’t really talk about what she’s accomplished,” Mandolfo said. “She’s always about the team.” Even though they may not be the most important things to her, Leary is no stranger to personal accolades. While at Padua Franciscan High School, she was a two-time first team All-Ohio performer in 2008 and 2009, the 2008-2009 district player of the year and a 2008 and 2009 Prep Volleyball All-American. After her senior season in 2009, Leary was selected for the American Volleyball Coaches Association Under Armour All-American squad and won the Wendy’s High School Heisman before being named the 2010 ESPN Rise Magazine Female Athlete of the Year. While her high school career was decorated, Leary has not had as much recognition since arriving in Columbus, at least not until this season. OSU coach Geoff Carlston said the recognition is overdue. “It’s great for her to get the recognition that she gets this year,” he said. “Last year she was really good and she didn’t get any recognition.” Carlston added that he found Leary’s exclusion from the preseason All-Big Ten team “hilarious.” Leary does things the right way, according to her coach, who said he is proud of the way she’s grown.

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Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Leary (11) goes down for a dig during a match against Dabrowa Sept. 4 at St. John Arena. OSU won, 3-2. “She’s a great leader and I’m super excited (about) how far she’s come,” Carlston said. Junior outside hitter Erin Sekinger said the team leans on Leary whenever things are not going their way. “We all look towards her when there’s a problem going on the court,” Sekinger said. “If we need somebody to get a point for us, it’s always going to go to Leary.” Sophomore middle blocker Andrea Kacsits said Leary is willing to be the punching bag for her teammates. “She will take the blame for anything,” the sophomore said. “She has the most pressure of anybody on this team and she holds herself with such eloquence.” On the court, Leary leads the Big Ten in kills per set and points. She also has worked on improving her defense this season, according to senior libero Davionna DiSalvatore. “She knew she had to develop more of a defensive role this year and she worked really hard in the offseason,” DiSalvatore said. Leary said she enjoys playing with her teammates, but off the court, they are just as close. “We have a really strong connection,” she said. “I love all of my teammates.” Off the court, Kacsits said Leary is secretly one of the funniest people around. “She’s not super talkative, so when she says something it’s either really funny or really important,” she said.

Leary’s humor at times is unexpected, according to Kacsits. “She’s the weirdest jokester ever,” Kacsits said. “Some of the things that come out of her mouth you’re just like ‘did she really just say that?’” Carlston agreed with Kacsits, calling Leary “really hilarious,” but said you have to get to know her in order to find that out. “If you just have one interaction with (Leary), you’re going to get nothing, except that she’s a nice person,” he said. The Buckeye coach said his star attacker is much more outgoing now than when she first came to OSU. He also added how she “loves shoes.” Leary explained that Carlston has asked her to count how many shoes she has, but had not done it yet and could not give an accurate number. “It’s kind of an inside joke with me and (Carlston) because every time I show up, I have a different pair of shoes on and he’s always like ‘new shoes, Leary?’” she said. The senior will have to leave the majority of those shoes behind as her team travels to Buffalo, N.Y., this weekend for the Blue and White Classic. The Buckeyes are scheduled to take on Maryland Eastern Shore Friday at 4:30 p.m. before playing two matches Saturday against Valparaiso at 11 a.m. and Buffalo at 7 p.m. OSU is scheduled to return to Columbus Sept. 27 for a match against Michigan to open Big Ten season play.

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Meyer said after practice Wednesday, the unit’s biggest issue is at the linebacker position. “There were some misses in recruiting a linebacker … our linebackers should have more depth and more experience than what we have,” Meyer said. “For whatever reason, injuries and things happen, I understand that, but we should

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Junior quarterback Braxton Miller (5) sits on the bench during a game against San Diego State Sept. 7 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 42-7.

be better at linebacker. That’s the one concerning position right now.” Drawing more attention to the Buckeye backfield this weekend will be the return of senior running back Carlos Hyde, finally back after serving a three-game suspension for an offseason incident at a Columbus bar. Redshirt-senior running back Jordan Hall said Hyde’s return is a plus for the team that will put a strain on opponents’ game plans. “We’re two different types of backs, it’ll be hard to prepare for us, especially with running quarterbacks,” said Jordan Hall. Meyer also said sophomore defensive lineman Adolphus Washington will not play Saturday with a groin injury, but is probable to return for OSU’s showdown against Wisconsin Sept. 28. The Buckeyes and Rattlers (1-2) are set for a noon kickoff this Saturday at Ohio Stadium.

With the decision to trade starting running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a firstround pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns’ front office has cemented its reputation as one of the least sensible manage-

rial entities in professional sports. The unceremonious exit of Richardson, the third player selected in the 2012 draft, all but ensures yet another losing season for the Browns. Cleveland’s 2013 campaign was already off to a shaky start, losing to the Miami Dolphins and the Baltimore Ravens in the first two weeks, but whatever spark Richardson provided is now extinguished and rendered moot. This year was supposed to be the one where the Browns focused on embracing new head coach Rob

Chudzinski’s offensive schemes and fresh ideologies to build confidence for the future. Instead, now, it’s back to the drawing board. On top of the Richardson trade, the news that third-string quarterback Brian Hoyer will inexplicably start Sunday in place of the injured Brandon Weeden (thumb) over capable veteran Jason Campbell means the Browns’ hopes for success really are fleeting. The only thing that might offer fans solace is that Chudzinski was the offensive coordinator in 2007 and benched starter Charlie Frye in favor of Derek Anderson, a then-maligned decision. The move gave the team a needed boost, as Anderson led them to their only winning season and playoff appearance of the past decade. Small comfort now. Since the Browns did not acquire any personnel through the trade that could play now, the player who had been affectionately labeled as the future of the franchise now leaves behind an adoring fanbase that faces disappointment for at least several more years. To say the Browns have been mired in mediocrity is borderline comedic, notching a subpar record of 73-153 since 1999. Statistically, they win less than one-third of the games they play. The Richardson trade can thus be described three ways.

It’s devoid of business sense. It’s unfairly dismissive of a star player before he even got a chance to shine with a new coach. But, most of all, it’s unsurprising. General Manager Michael Lombardi’s horrific track record during his executive tenure with the Oakland Raiders makes this apparent. He evaluated talent poorly and subsequently drafted players who turned out to be busts, notably offensive tackle Robert Gallery and quarterbacks Jamarcus Russell and Andrew Walter. Lombardi also took a break from NFL management from 2007 to 2013, writing for and offering commentary as an NFL Network analyst, making his bad trade decision even less forgivable in light of his recent inexperience. Browns fans will have to suffer further because Richardson will play immediately and likely accomplish far more in his new uniform. He will enter the Colts’ backfield to join the man Indianapolis took before him in 2012, No. 1 overall pick quarterback Andrew Luck. What makes the trade worse still? Richardson’s rookie season was statistically better than that of legendary Hall of Fame ball carrier Jim Brown from 1957. Believe it. Richardson amassed 950 yards and 11 touchdowns to Jim Brown’s 942 yards and 9 scores.

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