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Many colleges sell alcohol at football games, but Ohio Stadium remains dry DANIELLE HYAMS Senior Lantern reporter


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The marriage between college football and beer is about as American as they come, but that doesn’t mean Ohio State students will be downing their beloved Natty Light in the ‘Shoe anytime soon. Although universities around the country have started selling beer and spirits at their football games, with West Virginia University being the most recent, it looks like OSU won’t be jumping on that bandwagon any time in the near future. Despite the potential monetary benefits of beer and liquor sales, OSU officials maintain that for now, Ohio Stadium will remain dry. “Historically, the issue of alcohol sales during Ohio State football games has been discussed; however, the university’s current policy has been in place better than 10 years,” said Liz Cook,

assistant director of media relations, in an email to The Lantern. “While a few colleges and universities across the nation do sell alcohol during games, our policy has worked well for the university and our fans. We are not engaged in any discussions to change the policy.” Most OSU students have a different opinion on the matter. “I think they should (sell beer),” said Emily Sullivan, a fourth-year in strategic communication. “I think that most other sporting events do it. If people would not act insane, it wouldn’t be a bad thing.” Sullivan said that she does not believe selling alcohol at football games would lead to increased levels of public intoxication and underage drinking. “If anything, students might be more controlled because they have to buy (alcoholic beverages) at the stadium,” she said. Corey Phelps, a first-year in engineering, said

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While California sophomore Derek Zhou, left, makes a sale, a crowd argues with former Regent Ward Connerly, seated, as the Berkeley College Republicans hold a bake sale on the campus in Berkeley, Calf. Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011. The Republican group held the bake sale with items priced according to ethnicity to protest affirmative action.

‘Racist’ bake sale causes a stir KATIE HARRIMAN Lantern reporter A bake sale at the University of California, Berkeley is sparking political debate concerning the consideration of race when it comes to college admissions. On Tuesday, the Berkeley College Republicans staged what they called “Increase Diversity Bake Sale,” which was in response to Senate Bill 185. This state legislation in California would allow universities to consider race, ethnicity, gender and national origin during their admissions process. During the Berkeley bake sale, prices of the baked goods were dependent on the customer’s ethnicity. Caucasians paid $2; Asian paid $1.50;

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Latinos paid $1; African Americans paid 75 cents; and Native Americans paid $.25. Women paid 25 cents less than the price for their respective ethnicities. The bake sale drew huge crowds both in support and in protest of the bake sale. The Coalition, a newly formed student organization on campus staged a protest on the plaza at Berkeley which involved an estimated 250 people lying on the ground. The state of Ohio operates under the federal decision made in response to the University of Michigan’s affirmative action policies, which states that a student’s race, ethnicity, gender and national origin can be included in the decision-making process, but it can’t be the deciding factor. According to the OSU Diversity Action Plan, OSU hopes to “continue to recruit, retain and graduate



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greater numbers of ethnic minority students.” In 2010, white students made up 75 percent of the incoming class. African-American students were 5.9 percent, Asian Americans were 5.6 per cent and Latino students were 3.6 percent of the student population, according to the OSU admissions website. Similar events about the same issue have occurred at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania and at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Both were shut down by officials, according to reports and an article by CNN. OSU’s College Republicans have not addressed the issue of affirmative action on campus. During their annual “Conservative Week,” the College Republicans put on events such as Fun with Guns,

Dayna Wymer, co-owner of Cycle Tavern, steers as group members pedal the bike around Columbus.

Ohio State students know how to party. They gather in the streets, they take a “drunk bus,” they ride in cabs to get to the best bars and now they can pedal their way through the Short North while sitting on a barstool. Cycle Tavern is a 16-person bicycle-like vehicle, featuring a designated driver and barstools on which the operators sit. Of the 12 barstools on its sides, 10 are positioned above pedals used to power the vehicle. The bike also includes a bar running down the center, with a tap for a keg, and a canopy to keep patrons dry

during Ohio’s frequent showers. Owners Dayna and Dusty Wymer found the bike in Minnesota and said it is the only one of its kind in Ohio. Because the contraption is so uncommon, Dayna Wymer said law enforcement doesn’t know what permits to issue or how to classify the bike. “We don’t classify as a bicycle because it has four wheels, we’re not a motorized bike because there’s no helper motor,” Dayna Wymer said. “It’s really like this is the first of its kind so nobody knows what to do with us.” Until the city decides what permit to issue, Cycle Tavern

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campus C-SPAN rolls onto campus Students who visited the bus took part in trivia quizzes on touch-screens about the branches of government and election procedures. They also explored online media on the smart board. Other stations inside the bus included laptops with links to C-SPAN’s social media websites, online and broadcast coverage of the 2012 election process, C-SPAN’s history programming, and access to the company’s three radio stations via an iPad. Garey Berry, a first-year graduate student, said he thought the C-SPAN radio application would be convenient to have on his iPad. Ben Burgett, a first-year in business, said he usually reads the news instead of watching broadcast coverage, but liked the online resources he found while inside the multimedia bus. “I kind of do a lot of online coverage tracking. I haven’t tracked a lot through C-SPAN at all, but so far I like what I’ve seen. Their timeline lets you track previous elections,” Burgett said. The links to online C-SPAN resources like the online video archive caught students’ attention as well. The company’s video library has more than 170,000 hours of C-SPAN footage, dating back to 1987, according to Curran. “It’s a great resource for college students for papers,” said Kabe Eichenauer, a first-year in education. Eichenauer said he liked that he could read information on all the presidential candidates. “Too many times, the media focuses on two or three candidates. Like right now, it seems like it’s Rick Perry and (Mitt) Romney. But this gives you a chance to look at everybody,” Eichenauer said. Of course, the Campaign 2012 bus still has some time left before its run is over. The bus’ next stop is in Indiana, according to the C-SPAN’s website. However, even with the interactive media coverage it provides for students, some still remain unsure of their political decisions. “I haven’t totally chosen yet. It’s going to be a very intense primary race. Now that Florida’s pushing out their primary, New Hampshire and Iowa and all them are going to have a battle royale, so we’ll see how everything goes,” said Evin Bachelor, a first-year in political science.

KAITLYN LYLE Lantern reporter The Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network Road to the White House Campaign 2012 bus rolled into Ohio State’s Wexner Plaza Wednesday to promote knowledge about the 2012 election. The bus travels around the country, bringing people information about C-SPAN’s coverage of the 2012 presidential election campaign. Inside the bus, there are interactive and multimedia activities that visitors can explore. The bus visits high schools, middle schools and city halls as well as college campuses, said C-SPAN marketing representative Jennifer Curran. C-SPAN is a non-profit organization, launched in 1979 and funded by the cable industry. Six cents are deducted from every cable subscriber’s bill and sent to fund C-SPAN’s coverage of politics. The company’s political coverage is unfiltered and without commentary, according to Curran. “We are able to show commercial-free coverage because we don’t have to rely on advertising revenue,” Curran said. This funding also pays for the interactive bus to tour around the country. There is no cost for people to participate in the bus program. “As we move forward to election day and campaign events we’re going to be attending the Iowa caucus, New Hampshire primary debate convention, election day and Inauguration Day,” Curran said. The bus tours the country for 10 months, taking breaks around Christmas and in summer. Staffed by a crew of C-SPAN marketing representatives and a driver, crew members rotate every other week, according to Curran. The bus program began in 1993. The Campaign 2012 bus, launched in August, is the third to tour the country; the first two have been retired. “(The bus) is always being current with what we’re focusing on promotional-wise. Right now it’s the White House Campaign 2012 bus and we decided to focus more on our resources and design the bus to be more interactive for visitors.” Curran said. The front of the bus has three televisions playing various C-SPAN programming and four touch-screens that allow visitors to interact with C-SPAN’s online media content. In the back of the vehicle is an education center, with a smart board and seating, used mainly when the bus visits high schools and middle schools, said Steve Devoney, a C-SPAN media specialist.

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COLLEEN CAREY Lantern reporter Product: HTC Status Price: $399.99 ($49.99 with 2-year agreement) What is it? Available exclusively from AT&T, the Status — also known as “the Facebook phone” — is one of the latest smartphones by HTC. It runs on an Android operating system and has access to thousands of apps on the Android Market. Classic capabilities, new feel If you’re not familiar with the Android operating system, it can be difficult to get used to at first. But even for myself, being slightly technologically impaired, I found I was surfing the Internet with the greatest of ease within minutes.

The Status also features a mobile hot spot, which means it can share its Internet connection with up to four other devices. The Status features an ultra-responsive, upward-tilted touch screen, which takes up about half the phone. But for those who are not yet ready to convert to a world without buttons, the Status has a full QWERTY keyboard that lights up with keys about the same size as a BlackBerry’s, which might only be suitable for people with dainty thumbs. Too much Facebook? What I thought was unnecessary was the most novel feature about the Status, the Facebook share button that glows whenever the user takes a picture or video to prompt the user to post the content. It can also post a website to the owner’s Facebook profile. However, the Facebook app is just as easily downloaded to any smartphone, making this

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TOP: C-SPAN’s Campaign 2012 bus visits Ohio State University at the Wexner Plaza on Wednesday afternoon. LEFT: Evin Bachelor (left), a 1st year in political science, and Kabe Eichenauer (right), a 1st year in education, explore C-SPAN’s online coverage of the 2012 election campaign on a smartboard while visiting the C-SPAN Campaign 2012 bus. RIGHT: Interior of the C-SPAN Campaign 2012 bus. BOTTOM: Steve Devony, a C-SPAN media specialist (far right) shows 1st year students Kabe Eichenauer (far left) and Evin Bachelor (middle) some of C-SPAN’s online media on a touch-screen inside the C-SPAN Campaign bus 2012.

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Students have varied the football games are already crazy, and nothing is going to change that. “The fans are already crazy,” Phelps said. “I think it would be fun, and the school would probably get more money.” But not everyone around campus approves of the idea. Former student Daniel Starek, who graduated in August of 2010 with a degree in history and currently works at Eddie George’s Grille 27 as a bartender, said that selling alcohol during football games would be a “liability” and a “public image nightmare.” “More arrests would be made after the games,” Starek said. “People wouldn’t go home after the game, they would stay, and instead of sobering up they would want to stay out drinking.” OSU police chief Paul Denton said that while his department is neutral on the issue, they would be prepared to react to any decision that the university makes regarding the matter. “If that decision would be made to sell alcohol in the stadium during game days then we would have to add staff and evaluate the situation as necessary,” he said. Denton added that it is not necessarily the sale of alcohol that would cause problems. “It’s not the issue of selling alcohol. It’s the behavior that results when people abuse a legal product that it becomes a police issue, such as underage drinking and public intoxication. We have made a lot of progress and we don’t want it to go backwards,” he said, referring to OSU’s effort to make football games fan-friendly. During the first three home football games 614.247.8437

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against Akron, Toledo and Colorado, there have been 90 open-container citations on campus made by OSU police, according to OSU police records. Many universities that allow the sale of alcohol have not run into any major issues. Oliver Luck, athletic director at West Virginia University, has nothing but praise for the university’s decision to sell beer at football games. On June 3, the WVU Board of Governors voted to serve alcohol at sporting events on campus. “We made a recommendation that the board change its policy which prohibited the sale of alcohol at West Virginia University sporting events. The board agreed to do so this past spring and we have taken advantage of that at our football games and it has worked very well,” Luck said. Luck added that the introduction of alcohol has not caused any safety issues at West Virginia. “Like most colleges and universities, there is plenty of alcohol being consumed pre-game, during the game, and post-game and I think that ultimately the decision to sell beer certainly hasn’t caused any more incidents according to the police,” he said. “Our security folks think it’s going very well and are very happy with it. The feedback we have gotten from the police after three home games is that they reported a better atmosphere.” Currently 36 division I programs serve alcohol during football games. In addition, four Big Ten teams serve alcohol during home football games; Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Purdue. Govan Curl Jr., a third-year in psychology, said fans are going to drink regardless, and believes OSU should serve alcohol at games. “They are already rowdy as f**k,” Curl said. “And I don’t appreciate that West Virginia is ahead of us in anything.”

Global Cooling Day and PETA BBQ. OSU College Republicans president Meagan Cyrus said they have no collaboration or direct affiliation with Berkeley’s campus group. “The College Republicans at The Ohio State University support all individuals, regardless of race or gender, who choose to pursue higher education which will allow a greater chance for a higher paying job which in turn is good for the economy,” Cyrus said in an email. T.J. McGarry, a first-year in journalism, agreed with the bake sale and feels that the students got their point across. “If we want to treat everyone as equals then you can’t be offering scholarships to only members of a certain race or ethnicity which they definitely do,” McGarry said. “We want to act like everybody’s equal but at times we still try to give somewhat of a handicap to certain ethnicities and I don’t think that’s fair.” In an article about the event by CNN, president of Berkeley’s College Republicans, Shawn Lewis, said they know their public display is innately racist. “But that is the point,” Lewis wrote to CNN. “It is no more racist than giving an individual an advantage in college admissions based solely on their race (or) gender.” Attempts to reach Shawn Lewis and other leaders of Berkeley College Republicans for comment were not successful. The president of College Democrats at OSU,

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The Coalition group shows its support for Senate Bill 185 on the University of California campus in Berkeley, Calif. Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011. The protest coincided with a bake sale by the Berkeley College Republicans with items priced according to ethnicity to protest affirmative action. Michael Triozzi, said he expects better from anyone who is educated about the history and struggles of African Americans and other minorities in America. “It seems to me that this is a group of people who are taking a very complex and serious thing like racial issues in America and simplifying it, reducing it to the point of ignorance,” said Triozzi. Emily Collins, a first-year in Japanese, agreed that the bake sale was ignorant and hopes she doesn’t see anything similar on OSU’s campus. “I don’t think it’s necessary,” Collins said.

Helm said. “I’ve had people offer me incredible things to get on the bike, but I have to tell them no.” Because Helm steers and brakes the bike and has the ability to disengage the pedals at any time, Cycle Tavern is able to avoid any OVI/DUI laws. can make a night out drinking safer. Pedaling the tavern through the Short North isn’t is allowed to run as is. Although that does include overly difficult, despite the bike’s weight of roughly driving a bar around, Columbus open container laws 2,300 pounds, said Dayna Wymer. She said they prohibit any alcohol to be served while the bike is avoid hills, and once the bike gets going it’s not hard being used to bar hop. This hasn’t kept riders from to move at about five to eight miles per hour. enjoying their time on the bike. “You’re going drinking, you “It was awesome, we loved it know, you could burn a little so much,” said Columbus resident calories, too,” Dayna Wymer said. Natalie Hanna of her time with “Maybe you won’t feel so bad when We were driving up friends on Cycle Tavern. “It hit a lot you wake up the next morning.” High Street and a guy of different people. Being in such a She said they haven’t had a was driving in a car big group, we had a lot of different noticeable amount of student interdirectly in front of us. people who like a lot of different est because of classes having just He was completely things, but everybody really, really started. Students, however, think it turned around, not enjoyed it.” may be for other reasons. looking at the road, The bike was built in the NetherDaniel Schilling, a second-year shooting video with lands, where Dayna Wymer said the in plant health management, said his cell phone ... I was open container laws do not apply, the concept may be too specific to nervous then. and it is embraced because “It’s a appeal to a broad audience. big biking country.” She said she “I think it’s kind of a bit too will attempt to gain permission to Jason Helm much of a niche to people who drink on the bike, but for now there designated driver for the either like bikes or the eco-alternaisn’t much of a need. Cycle Tavern tive people, or specifically a team“Once you leave one bar, you’re building exercise,” Schilling said. at the next bar within five minutes Dayna Wymer said the bike has and that’s parked and walking into the bar,” Dayna been used for team-building exercises, corporate Wymer said. “So, you wouldn’t even really have time events, and trips to galleries and ice cream shops, to drink a beer.” not just for drinking. Schilling said he didn’t think he She said Cycle Tavern has garnered plenty of would use the bike for these things unless it attention, starting with its debut trip during the was free. Gallery Hop on Aug. 6. Pricing for the bike varies for weekdays and “People were like ‘What is this thing?’ and there weekends. Friday and Saturday it’s $190 per hour were smart phones taking photos and videos, it was and the rest of the week it’s $160 per hour. With 12 just crazy,” Dayna Wymer said. people pedaling, two stools without pedals, three Her cousin, Jason Helm recently studied at OSU people on the rear bench seat, and one in the center for his Bar Exam and is Cycle Tavern’s designated of the bar, a group can be up to 16 people, which driver while he waits for results. Helm said the Dayna Wymer said helps bring the cost down to a biggest problem he encounters is drivers being “reasonable” per-person rate. dumbstruck by the vehicle’s odd nature. For riders to effectively pedal, Dayna Wymer “We were driving up High Street and a guy said they should be at least 5-feet-4, but if group was driving in a car directly in front of us. He was members are shorter than that she said they can completely turned around, not looking at the road, take one of the six non-pedaling seats. She also said shooting video with his cell phone,” Helm said. “I customers can decorate the bike for special events was nervous then.” however they choose, as long as it doesn’t interfere Helm said he has no problems with customwith the driver’s visibility. ers getting too drunk and that his encounters with Although cold weather is coming up, Dayna excessively drunk people usually happen while the Wymer said as long as there isn’t salt or snow on the riders are in the bar and he stays with the ground Cycle Tavern will be going out. parked bike. “You want to ride in the cold and get bundled up, “I’ve had women of various ages dance on me,” we’ll take it out.”

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The 2011 edition of the Ohio State men’s hockey team is rebranded — they’ve designed five new uniforms and a new helmets — and reloaded, having added 13 freshmen to the roster. These subjects, along with the much-anticipated Jan. 15 Frozen Diamond Faceoff against Michigan, were hot topics at the team’s Wednesday Media Day. OSU coach Mark Osiecki will look to improve on the team’s 15-18-4 record from the 2010-11 season, which ended with a first-round loss in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs. Senior goalie Cal Heeter, who started every game for the Buckeyes last season and recorded a 2.30 goals against average, said the team is striving for a better winter and is using the team’s early exit from the playoffs as motivation. “We were a little disappointed with last season with how it ended, you know, losing in the first round of the playoffs there,” Heeter said. “We absolutely expect to be better this year.” Osiecki said he thinks his players have the attitude necessary to improve. “We want a really, really high level of (competition) from our guys,” Osiecki said. “And we want our guys to be relentless from the drop of the puck to the final buzzer, and I think these guys have that.” The Buckeyes were picked to finish seventh out of 11 teams in the CCHA preseason coach’s poll and ninth by the media. Osiecki said his lone concern is his team. “We’ll worry about ourselves,” he said. “If we compete as hard as we go against each other right now, we’ll be fine. We want to worry about ourselves.” Senior forward Cory Schneider, who tallied 11 points and was voted the team’s Most Improved Player last season, figures to help lead OSU this season. With 13 newcomers to the program, Schneider will have plenty to . “We have a great freshman class,” Schneider said. “They were in here over the summer, so now it’s getting more into the hockey part. We’ve got to never quit and never stop working.” While Schneider and his teammates are at work, they’ll be donning new jerseys they designed themselves. The team’s wardrobe will include scarlet and white jerseys, as well as a gray jersey, a military-themed jersey, which will be auctioned off to benefit the armed forces, and a one-off, special uniform for the team’s outdoor game against Michigan on Jan. 15. “We did all of the (designing),” Osiecki said. “That’s one thing we did talk about from the marketing standpoint was branding. We wanted a change. We wanted a look … where we can keep that year after year.” The team also unveiled new helmets that are designed to emulate OSU football’s helmets. Osiecki said that with the new uniforms, fans will be able to recognize the Buckeyes when they take the ice both at home and on the road. The biggest road game of the year, of course, will take place at the Cleveland Indians’ Progressive Field against Michigan in a game dubbed the Frozen

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Senior goalie Cal Heeter at OSU men’s hockey Media Day on Sept. 28, 2011.

Diamond Faceoff. Schneider said the opportunity to play in the outdoor game will be a once-ina-lifetime experience. “It’s really exciting,” he said. “Anytime you see the Winter Classic or a college outdoor game, you’re just watching and you’re thinking, ‘Wow, I’d love to be out there doing that. I’d love to have an opportunity to do that. Now that we finally do, it’s just awesome. “Obviously, it’s a long way away, but it’s definitely something that we can’t wait for.” The Buckeyes have 22 games before the outdoor contest against Michigan. In the interim, senior defenseman Sean Duddy said he promised an entertaining brand of hockey for students and other fans to look forward to. “We’re going to play our butts off every game for you guys,” Duddy said. “We’re going to try to be an exciting team.” The Buckeyes open the regular season on Oct. 7 against Quinnipiac.

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There wasn’t much excitement in Buckeye Nation after the football team’s 24-6 loss in Miami on Sept. 17, but a change at the quarterback position followed by a win might have been just enough to get the fans, especially Ohio State students, back into it. First-year OSU head coach Luke Fickell took note of the student’s participation several times since the win, and he wants more. The excitement began Saturday when freshman Braxton Miller impressed the crowd of more than 105,000 fans at Ohio Stadium as he earned his first career win as a starter, throwing two touchdowns to fellow freshman Devin Smith, while cruising to a 37-17 win over Colorado. “His (Miller) stats are great, but the moves he was putting on guys, just making people look stupid — it was fun to watch,” said Kyle Morrison, a first-year student in business. Fickell spoke highly of Miller after the game. He spoke highly of the role OSU students played in the win as well. “We had to play with some emotion,” he said. “I think that’s what we wanted, to get back home and get that feel of emotion, get those guys on the sidelines, gets the students into it. And I think that’s what we saw out there today from the beginning of the game, really, to all the way to the end.” To be sure, the students were into it. “It was electric,” Morrison said. “I thought they (the team) did a great job. The crowd was incredible.”

For first-year Alex Allen, Saturday’s game marked his first visit to the ‘Shoe. “It was breathtaking,” Allen said. “It was overwhelming to see it all and realize I’m finally watching a game at the Ohio State University.” As for the intensity of the crowd, “It was crazy,” Allen added. “It’s Block ‘O’ so we had to be.” Fickell again mentioned the impact of the student body at home games in a press conference on Tuesday. “I think the one thing our guys enjoyed as much as I did is having students back on campus … Obviously the way we played is a boost, but it’s nice to have that behind you,” Fickell said. “Really want to thank them. Hopefully they continue to do the same things and get better each and every week.” That electric and crazy crowd will need to stick around Saturday as the Buckeyes play host to Michigan State (3-1), coming off of a blowout win against Central Michigan. But Buckeye fans are looking for more than positive energy in their first conference game. They’re looking for a win. “Hopefully we win,” said Andrew Scholl, a second-year in marketing. “It will be exciting. I mean, it’s Ohio State football, It’s always exciting.” And the Buckeyes have more excitement on the way. Not only does Big Ten play begin Saturday, it also marks a one-week countdown to the return of suspended key players, Dan “Boom” Herron, DeVier Posey, Solomon Thomas and Mike Adams. Until those players return, student like Alex Grant, a second-year in natural science, will still have plenty to cheer about. “The crowd is going to be fantastic,” Grant said. “I know it’s going to be crowded like always. Kickoff for Saturday’s game against Michigan State is set for 3:30 p.m.


sports Danica Deckard dominating for Buckeyes’ field hockey WIllIaM KleIn Lantern reporter After Danica Deckard’s first two seasons on the Ohio State field hockey team, she has become a force to be reckoned with. Deckard began to showcase her talent during the Buckeyes’ 2010 run to the Final Four.Since then, she has used the offseason to improve and become a player opponents will game plan for. “I really tried to work on specific fundamentals of the game,” Deckard said. “I have always had the speed, but it was more about working on my footwork and solidifying what I already did well to help myself become better everyday.” Deckard was responsible for the goal that lifted the then-unranked Buckeyes to a 2-1 win over No. 11-ranked Michigan last Friday. Her teammates have taken notice. “(Deckard) had a really good freshman and sophomore year and now she is emerging as a scoring threat,” junior forward Berta Queralt said. “We are able to rely on her a bit more.” Coach Anne Wilkinson said Deckard’s attitude has benefitted the team, but Wilkinson doesn’t want the junior to feel too much pressure. “I want her to do what she is capable of doing and not have too much pressure on her,” Wilkinson said. “She loves to hear the boards and hit the back of the net. She is a team player who knows it is not necessarily all about her.” Wilkinson said she thinks Deckard is finally finding her groove. “The first part of the season I think everyone was just getting adjusted on field and I think she is really starting to hit her stride and really being able to find the goal,” Wilkinson said.

Deckard followed up on her two-goal performance against Michigan with a hat trick against Ball State on Tuesday. The junior was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week , her first award as a Buckeye. “It’s a huge honor,” Deckard said. “Anything like that is a big deal, but I really couldn’t do it without my teammates. They are the ones setting me up to succeed.” Deckard stresses that she could not be the player she has been without Queralt, the team leader in points and goals.

(Danica Deckard) loves to hear the boards and hit the back of the net. She is a team player who knows it is not necessarily all about her. Anne Wilkinson

success, which includes its current four-game win streak. “The defense has been huge,” Deckard said. “They’re back there and they are coming up with big defensive saves and that is important if we want to win games.” OSU looks to protect its position atop the Big Ten standings, where they are currently 1-0, but Deckard knows they must improve if they are to achieve another run to the Final Four. “We have to play all out through every game. We have been starting out strong, but sometimes we trail off in the second half,” Deckard said. “It will be important to play a whole game as a team.” Wilkinson said that the cohesiveness of the team will be something that must stay intact through the remainder of the season. “Everyone is playing as a unit together,” Wilkinson said. “That is what has made it so difficult for our opponents.” No. 20-ranked Ohio State (6-5, 1-0) faces No. 13-ranked Indiana (7-2, 1-0) at 3 p.m. Friday at Buckeye Varsity Field.

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“When you play beside someone like (Queralt), she is the one who draws all the attention and that leaves me open a lot more. It makes things a whole lot easier,” Deckard said. As the Buckeyes head into the heart of conference play, Wilkinson knows that Deckard and Queralt will draw pressure from opponents. “I think our opponents know that they are dangerous,” Wilkinson said. “They are scoring goals on set pieces. They will be tough to stop.” The team’s defensive play has also had a huge impact on its recent

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OSU sophomore forward Chris Crane sporting the men’s hockey team’s new scarlet-colored jersey.

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Buckeyes’ senior defenseman Sean duddy is interviewed while wearing 1 of 5 new OSU hockey jerseys.

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Use your CREATIVITY! Broaden your MOVES! Try something NEW! Explore the wonders of Argentine Tango with TangoCats. We are a fun and welcoming community of Tango enthusiast at Ohio State University. Fall lessons, practicas, and milongas start Friday, September 30, 2011 at 7:00pm at Ohio Union Dance Room 2. Lessons, practicas, and milongas are suitable to all levels. NO partner needed. For full Fall Schedule, visit or find us on Facebook (TangoCats). For more information, email us at OSU students: $3/lesson. Non‑students: $5/lesson.


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Early Music Presents: “Asteria” 8 p.m. @ Capital University - Mees Hall “Aurora” 7 p.m. @ Wexner Center Film/ Video Theater Nightmares on High Street: “Julia’s Eyes” 9:30 p.m. @ Gateway Film Center


U-NITE 3 p.m. @ Genoa Park The Silence is Broken at the Movies 7 p.m. @ Lincoln Theatre Geekfest 7 p.m. @ Wild Goose Creative


arts&life Montgomery Gentry to jam at the Schott LINDSEY FOX Asst. multimedia editor With a new album, record label and producer, Montgomery Gentry is going back to the music they started with. Montgomery Gentry will be headlining WCOL’s Country Jam 2011 Friday at 7 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center with special guests Steve Holy and Sonia Leigh. Vocalists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry make up the two-man country band. They signed to Columbia Records (Sony Music Entertainment) in 1999 and went on to produce five albums with more than 20 chart singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including five No. 1 hits. After leaving Columbia Records in 2010, the band joined Average Joe’s Entertainment in 2011 to record their new album, “Rebels On The Run.” “Our deal with Sony was up and we just decided it was time to part ways,” Gentry told The Lantern in an email. “There had been so much change over there the 10 years we were there and they have a lot of new artists that they need to give attention to that we just knew it was time.” Average Joe’s is a breath of fresh air for the duo. “They literally told us to go make a Montgomery Gentry record and that’s just what we did,” Gentry said in the email. “Rebels On The Run” brings Montgomery Gentry fans back to the beginning with the help of music producer Michael Knox, who has helped build other big names such as Jason Aldean. “Oh I think Michael just let us be Montgomery Gentry,” Montgomery said in the email. “He helped us get that sound back that we sort of started with, back with (the duo’s first album) ‘Tattoos & Scars.’ He helped us find those songs that we relate to and the people buying our records can relate to.” With their new record having a little bit of a newer sound, but still having the edginess like the first two or three records they put out, the duo just wants fans to enjoy it. “We want them to put it in their CD player and literally wear it out listening to it,” Gentry said in the email. Montgomery echoed that statement. “Man, we just really loved making it and I think you can tell that when you hear it,” he said. “And it

Courtesy of WCOL

Montgomery Gentry will perform at WCOL’s Country Jam 2011 on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center. has some kick-you-in-the-ass stuff on there, some party songs which we’re known for and even a couple of love songs.” Despite Grammy nominations and winning Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards, Eddie and Troy’s induction into the Grand Ole Opry in 2009 means the most to them. “That was just totally awesome,” Montgomery said in the email. “My dad always said, you hadn’t made it until you get to be a member of the Opry and he was right. I think that was definitely the highlight so far of me and T’s career.” Montgomery Gentry remains in touch with its working class roots and mean it when they say, “With us is what you see is what you get.” “It just is,” Montgomery said in the email. “We’re just country boys from Ky. We might live in bigger houses than we used to but I think we’re the same people we started out as and that helps us relate to our fans and what we sing about.” Although this is her first Country Jam concert,



Cosplayers, gamers, anime fans getting chance to geek out CAROLINA PEGUERO Lantern reporter

Grilled Cheese Throwdown 4 p.m. @ Poplar Park Short North Gallery Hop 4 p.m. @ Short North WaterFire Dusk @ Genoa Park Riverfront


We recap the Chromeo show at the Newport

Morgan Hamelberg, a third-year in fashion and retail studies, has already seen Montgomery Gentry three times. “I am excited for the show in general but a little upset it is inside and is small,” Hamelberg said. Country Jam in past years has been held at Germain Amphitheater and Crew Stadium with a number of various artists. “Their (Montgomery Gentry) shows are always fun though,” Hamelberg said. “Eddie’s outfits are always ridiculous.” For the future, Montgomery and Gentry just want to keep making music and playing for their fans. “I think we both just love that rush of being on stage,” Montgomery said in the email. “That party never gets old. And there’s always a party when we’re around!” “Rebels On The Run” is due out on Oct. 18.

Courtesy of Karl Boettcher

A stand-up comedian dressed as a robot performs at Geekfest in 2009.

Halloween may be a month away, but that won’t necessarily stop a group of geeks from dressing up in their favorite video game, anime or comic book superhero costumes. The Wild Goose Creative will host its third annual Geekfest to celebrate comic culture from Friday to Sunday in Clintonville. Cosplay junkies will attend a three-day festival that will have a series of costume competitions, board game and video game tournaments and feature mashup mixes performed by local bands. Karl Boettcher, Geekfest’s organizer, will dress up as an agent from the television series “Warehouse 13.” He said Geekfest has become more than the uniting of the culture. “Folks have changed it from celebrating the geek culture from the outside, to a place for geeks to celebrate themselves,” Boettcher said. The first day, the “Geekfest Kick-off Event,” will start with a costume party and a showing of clips from the the science-fiction TV series, “Mystery Science Theatre 3000,” also known as “MST3K.” Jackie Kemble, a fifth-year in policital science, did not get to attend last year but has designed her own costume of “Star Wars’” Queen Amidala and is excited to attend.

“I pieced it together with things I already had,” Kemble said. Attendees will not only dress up as their favorite characters but will also battle for grand prizes and gift cards to local retailers. The “Electronica Music Party” on Saturday will have local bands performing independent electronic music, mashups and pilots. Some of the performers include the Jetpack Bandits, Teen Fiction, Evolution Control Committee and others. On Sunday’s “Omegathon,” there will be a fiveround, 32-player double-elimination game tournament that will include games like Connect Four, “Mario Kart” and “Duck Hunt.” Boettcher said he hopes to attract at least 300 people, including Ohio State, Columbus State and Columbus College of Art and Design students. Many may have heard of Geekfest, but Kate Major, a third-year in hospitality management, is not sure if she will attend, but was pleased to hear of the event. “I have never heard of Geekfest, but sounds amazing,” Major said. While admission is free for Friday and Sunday, attendance Saturday costs $10.


Despite how bad you are, no shame in singing in your car


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We all do it. I am not alone. There’s no shame in admitting that you do it too. Why, I just did it after work … and enjoyed every second of it. I mean singing in my car. “Singing” really isn’t the best word to classify what is it I like to do on my drives home. It’s probably more along the lines of “screeching so loudly that nails on a chalkboard sound like elevator music.” But I don’t know that.

I don’t know that because my car refuses to let me down with the truth. Who knew cars were so moral? What makes the car the perfect vessel to sing in is the close, private, personal quarters in which you are baring your soul to your windshield. The sound waves come roaring out of your mouth and are absorbed through the cloth in the ceiling so the car isn’t returning that sound back to you. You really don’t know how bad you sound. Which is perfect for off-key, tonedeficient singers like myself. This allows me to get a bit carried away sometimes. Popping in a mix CD, I suddenly become Madonna, performing for the masses and pretending I’m wearing seductive clothing rather than my McDonald’s uniform. I become so enveloped in my own mind that I transform into a worldclass performer, able to sing along with the best of them. I can wail with Lady Gaga, scream with Underoath and shatter glass with the “Phantom of the Opera” soundtrack.

Little did I know that the shattering glass is actually my driver’s side window, being smashed in by a rock thrown by the people in the car next to mine. It’s too bad. I really thought I could shatter glass there for a second. Yep, those people heard me. Probably saw me, too, though the flailing arms and the lack of the faithful 10-and-two hand position on the steering wheel was a dead giveaway. Good thing for me I’ll never see them again. Score one for Madon- I mean, me. Now it’s time to travel back to my childhood with the Disney mix CD. One of the best things about singing in the car is not being persecuted for forgetting the words. Or, in my case, making them up. As the African chants of “The Lion King’s” “Circle of Life” come roaring out of the speakers, I can’t help but to sing along. “Waaah she betcha, she’s on a shish kabob. “In the bottle, swimming at the bottom.

“In the garden, swinging on the swing set.” I don’t know why she’s on a shish kebab, or why there’s a swing set in the middle of Africa, but it’s my car, so I don’t ask questions. After pretending to be funny, I pop in some Eminem. Now I’m angry. I transform into a rapper and start spewing rhymes about my mommy issues and my ability to triumph over adversity. Suddenly, I’m on stage in front of thousands performing with Lil Wayne on the smash hit of the summer. I just about reach the bridge when … I miss my house. Great.


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