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Football coach Urban Meyer said the team’s Tuesday practice was ‘not a great day.’

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Jim Foster is no longer oSU women’s basketball coach as of March 19. Foster coached at oSU for 11 seasons.

Less than 24 hours after Ohio State women’s basketball’s streak of 10 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances ended, so too did the tenure of OSU coach Jim Foster. The OSU athletic department announced Tuesday that Foster would not return as the Buckeyes coach next season. A Tuesday morning meeting with OSU athletic director Gene Smith and executive associate athletic director Miechelle Willis resulted in a split between OSU and Foster, a four-time Big Ten Coach of the Year Award winner. During a Tuesday afternoon press conference at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center, Willis said the contractual language related to the end of Foster’s employment, and therefore possible financial implications for both sides, was still being “ironed out.” Willis did not specifically say Foster was fired.

“Gene (Smith) and I met with coach Foster this morning and it was decided that (Foster) would no longer return for our women’s basketball program,” Willis said during the press conference. “All I can say is that he’ll no longer be our coach.” In a Tuesday press release, Smith said Foster “meant so much to so many” while at OSU. “His work in mentoring young people on and off the court has been exceptional,” Smith said in the statement. “The Ohio State women’s basketball program was made better under Jim’s leadership over the last 11 years. He and (wife) Donna have been wonderful representatives of our university and we wish them the best.” Foster did not respond to The Lantern’s Tuesday request for comment. During his time as coach at the Schottenstein Center, the Cheltenham, Pa., native amassed a 279-82 record and a .772 winning percentage.

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Commencement Controversy

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Kayla Gruber will be joining 12,000 of her fellow Buckeyes in receiving their diplomas at Spring Commencement and listening to President Barack Obama deliver his speech. The day before the May 5 ceremony, however, the fourth-year in nursing will be walking in the College of Nursing’s own convocation ceremony. Gruber, who has family coming in from out of town, didn’t want anybody to make a trip and miss out on seeing her graduate because of the six-ticket limit that applies to each graduate.


“I (won’t) have to pick people. I don’t want to weed anyone out,” Gruber said. Sanford Meisel, marketing and communications director for the College of Nursing, said the separate convocation for nursing students will be held at the Franklin County Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium in downtown Columbus. “The capacity there is such that we do not issue tickets or set limits,” he said. “There are close to 4,000 seats, and we typically get around 2,000 attendees.” Meisel said the convocation is an opportunity for “individual recognition.” “I think other colleges, as we do, use a convocation as an opportunity to

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oSU graduates walk into ohio Stadium during commencement in June 2011. Graduation this year will be held on May 5.

Semesters affect Oval Beach


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a group of planes fly over a stadium while people gather to watch a game. Military flyovers will be stopped as part of a series of cuts set to remove $1.2 trillion from the federal budget over the next decade if congress doesn’t reach an agreement by Friday.





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Sequester could ground flyovers at games brenT hankinS Lantern reporter There might not be military jets flying over Ohio Stadium during patriotic celebrations in years to come as a result of sequestration, a series of budget cuts set to remove $1.2 trillion from the federal budget over the next decade. As reported in USA Today, flyovers will be

grounded if the budget cuts are fully implemented. Only if lawmakers can come to an agreement on an alternative budget will flyovers continue. Multiple Ohio State Athletic Department spokespeople either declined to comment or did not return requests for comment. The OSU Air Force ROTC and the Ohio National Guard also did not return requests for comment. In an interview with USA Today, Wendy Varhegyi, chief of the engagement division for Air Force

public affairs, said flyovers are not that expensive to taxpayers. “It’s no additional cost to the government for support of any public events. Typically, if you see a unit fly over a football game, that is 90 seconds out of a several hour training sorte that they’re flying,” Varhegyi said. Pilot and Fourth-year in avaition management Matt Anderson said he isn’t too concerned about

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campus High St. apartments planned with Wendy’s on ground floor alice bacani Lantern reporter Imagine walking from your apartment and getting a Frosty and french fries without ever having to leave the building. That will be a reality for students living in a new five-story apartment complex planned for North High Street that will come accompanied with retail stores and a Wendy’s. The View on High, to be located between Woodruff Avenue and 18th Street, is a project from JSDI Celmark, Ltd., will feature 64 studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments aimed at upperclassman Ohio State students, faculty and staff. The apartments are expected to provide privacy and luxury with large kitchens, attached bathrooms, high-speed Internet and flat-screen TVs. “We’re really focusing on the millennium generation and what their needs are in apartments,” said Mike Balakrishnan, one of the founders and principals of JSDI Celmark, Ltd. Set to open Fall Semester 2014, The View on High will be located at 2020 N. High St., where a Wendy’s currently stands. However, the Wendy’s is not going to disappear with the new development — the fast-food restaurant will be completely redesigned for the complex.

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The View on High apartments will take the place of the Wendy’s in between 18th Avenue and Woodruff Avenue at 2020 N. High St. In addition to Wendy’s, the ground floor will also be occupied by several retail shops. Jerry Solove, owner of Solove Real Estate and co-founder and principal of JSDI Celmark, Ltd. and an OSU alumnus, said they have received a

lot of interest in the retail space, but it is too early in the planning stages to know who will take it. Despite the luxurious atmosphere the complex aims to deliver, one student said the cost of living there is more important. “I think it would be beneficial if it was affordable,” said Natalie Thompson, a fourth-year in human nutrition. “Yeah there’s flat screen TVs, but I have my own TV.” According to The Columbus Dispatch, rent has not been determined but is expected to be more than $700, and one-bedroom units could be more than $1,000 per month. Solove and Balakrishnan said the location near campus will be a draw to potential tenants. “Our No. 1 amenity is that we will be in immediate walking distance to the Ohio State University,” Solove said. Julie Merry, a second-year in international studies, said the location on High Street is convenient and also seems safer than other availabilities. “Since you’re so close to High Street you’re pretty safe … and you’re central,” Merry said. Ground-level and underground parking is expected to be available for residents. The development is a project of JSDI Celmark, Ltd., a joint venture of Balakrishnan and Solove and their companies, Celmark Development Group and Solove Real Estate. Celmark Development Group has provided

students with other housing options such as The Summit on 1895 Summit St. and East Village on 266 Chittenden Ave. The project still must undergo a final approval from the University Area Review Board in a review on March 28. The project is awaiting final approval from the board before decisions such as design, rent structure and rental rates can be determined. Cost of construction will also be determined after the board review, and construction is expected to begin sometime this summer. JSDI Celmark, Ltd. cannot release the price of the property, Solove said. “We’re just very (excited) to be bringing this project forward, it’s a tremendous site. I think that upperclassmen and grad students will thoroughly enjoy it,” Solove said.



Semester switch, cold weather could cool off Oval Beach MJ dorony Lantern reporter Some students coming back from spring break are accustomed to spending time on a beach. But colder temperatures during the remaining weeks of Spring Semester might keep sunbathers and Frisbee games off the Oval. Classes will end this semester on April 22, compared to last academic year’s end date of a warmer June 1. Llewellyn Holder, a third-year in film studies, identified himself as a “frequent Ovaler” in his two previous years at OSU. Holder said he might no longer hold that title with lower temperatures as the semester comes to a close. “The weather is unpredictable here in Ohio,

especially in April,” Holder said. “I think there will be people willing to go even if it’s not nice as it used to be, but traffic will probably still be down. People will go to the Oval, it may just not be known as a beach any longer.” Rita Finy, a third-year in civil engineering, said her attendance to the Oval will depend on the temperature. “The ideal Oval Beach day would probably be 75 degrees and sunny. Not too hot, but I definitely need it to be warm,” Finy said. According to, average temperatures in the last week of regular classes scheduled at OSU are in the mid- to upper-60s. Previously that has been closer to 80 degrees. Holder said his ideal Oval Beach day would be 80 degrees and sunny. Garrett Goodling, a third-year in biology, said he probably won’t be going to the Oval to spend

time with friends this spring after two years of doing so. “The timing of when we get out of school is draining Oval Beach time out. The time where I think the temperatures will just start increasing is when we will be taking finals and I will be studying so I won’t have much time,” Goodling said. Goodling will be taking a class during OSU’s May Session, and he said he will take advantage of the warm weather then, but it won’t be the same with fewer students on campus. While Goodling will wait on the warm temperatures, Holder said he will brave the temperatures to hold the tradition of Oval Beach. “Regardless of the weather, I will be there, rain or shine I plan on making it to the Oval a couple times,” Holder said. “It’s a part of the tradition so I plan on continuing that.”

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Jim Foster is no longer OSU women’s basketball coach as of March 19. Foster coached at OSU for 11 seasons.

Foster from 1A The NCAA Tournament was not kind to Foster, however — he posted a 10-10 record in NCAA Tournament play and his Buckeyes teams were eliminated in one of the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament during seven of 10 postseason runs. The lack of sustained postseason success factored into the decision, Willis said. “We strive to be nationally competitive. We believe that we have everything in place here to be nationally competitive. We believe that means that we should be playing deep into (the) postseason,” Willis said. “We expect to be in the Final Four on occasion, and definitely the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight are expectations that we have.” OSU advanced as far as the Sweet 16-round three times (2004-05, 2008-09 and 2010-11), but no further. In response to The Lantern’s request for Foster’s resignation letter, OSU athletics spokesman Adam Widman said “it doesn’t exist,” and how the university will characterize Foster’s departure remains uncertain.

OSU also did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request regarding the financial implications of the split between OSU and Foster. If Foster was fired or resigned he would “not be entitled to receive any further compensation or benefits,” however, termination by OSU without cause would result in a $350,000 payment to Foster, according to his contract, which was set to expire June 30, 2018. Foster was paid $477,000 between July 1, 2011 and June 30, plus $285,000 in additional compensation, according to his contract, which The Lantern obtained on Tuesday. Foster’s contract states that he was to make $502,000 in base salary, plus $300,000 in addition compensation for the current fiscal year.


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OSU’s Spring Commencement is scheduled for May 5. President Barack Obama is expected to speak to the roughly 12,000 graduates at Ohio Stadium.

Ceremonies from 1A recognize particular educational excellence or certificates,” Meisel said. The College of Nursing presents students graduating with their Bachelor of Science in Nursing with nursing pins and also hoods their doctoral candidates — both Ph.D. and Doctor of Nursing Practice. Meisel said Spring Commencement does not hood DNP candidates. Hoods are used to distinguish some academic degrees and differ in colors depending on the degree the student is receiving. Sandy Cody, assistant dean of student affairs for the College of Nursing, said the college’s own ceremony is intimate. “(It’s) kind of like a big family reunion, with long lost relatives you haven’t met yet,” she said. The College of Nursing is not the only college at OSU to hold its own graduate event. OSU spokeswoman Gayle Saunders said several

Flyovers from 1A the cut, but said the U.S. will probably see some changes to the way it manages flying. “The U.S. is pretty well known to have the safest airlines in the world,” Anderson said. “The way I see it is we’re going to see a rise in costs or a drop in safety.” Anderson said he wasn’t surprised flyovers were an easy thing to cut. Thomas Moyer, a first-year in exploration, said he was not happy with the possible removal of the flyovers. “I don’t feel that it’s wasting that much money for what it gets out of it. It’s a pretty minuscule thing to cut for how much excitement it generates,” Moyer said.

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other colleges hold “pre-commencement convocation of honors and celebrations.” The Fisher College of Business holds the Fisher Spring Graduation Ceremony and The John Glenn School of Public Affairs holds a pre-commencement event the Saturday before Spring Commencement, where officials hand out various awards and graduates take a class photo. “It’s a lot of fun and is a good way to celebrate the graduating class’ accomplishments,” said Hank Wilson, director of communications for the Glenn School. Lanzi Li, a fourth-year in city and regional planning, will be attending the Knowlton School of Architecture’s commencement breakfast the morning of Spring Commencement. Li, who said she is not inconvenienced by the ticket limit because she only Spring Commencement needs tickets for her parents, said she is very excited to celebrate with her class at the breakfast. “The group photo of the graduating class will definitely be unforgettable.”

Other students disagree. Emily Cockley, a fourth-year in ceramic arts, said while she is sad to see the flyovers go, the money saved is worth it. “On one side, I understand that there are more important things to spend money on than a flyover at a football game. But do I wish we had the money to spend on patriotism? Absolutely, but when it comes down to it, my patriotism is going to come down on the side of spending money where we need to,” Cockley said. Brian Rhea, a fourth-year in biochemistry, said he did not think it was a big deal to cut flyovers. “It’s always cool to see jets, but I imagine they’ll still have air shows. I don’t think we need to show our military might at football games. It’s sort of outrageous,” Rhea said.


studentvoice Pricey yoga pant recall sheer comfort for cheaper brands asst. Mult. editor

I openly call myself an extreme fan of yoga pants. They’re comfortable, stretchy, look great with sneakers and hoodies and are just a slight step up from wearing pajamas to class. They’re kaily cunningham the perfect way cunningham.572@osu. to tell your fellow edu classmates, “Yes, I just rolled out of bed, but no, I’m not wearing actual pajamas.” Now, as an extreme fan, I’m also really particular about the yoga pants I buy. You want comfort in your yoga pants, and you want the right fit so you can wear them basically every day and still feel kind of put together. I personally prefer yoga pants from Victoria’s Secret Pink, Old Navy, Target and Gap, mostly because these are some of the most comfortable ones I’ve found that I can also afford. Yoga pants at those places typically run from about $20 to $50, according to their websites.

I also have a weird concern about my yoga pants being a little too sheer. I mean, you never want to be the girl who goes to grab her backpack off the ground and your classmates see a little more than they bargained for. So when I found out that Lululemon was recalling some of its yoga pants because of sheer fabric, I was actually quite surprised. As a college student, I can’t afford Lululemon yoga pants. I’m sure the quality is worth the money, but running about $70 to $100, they’re just a little out of my price range. So when I think about one of the better quality yoga pants producers making products with sheer fabric, I’m just kind of puzzled. I mean, Lululemon only makes yoga clothes, it should be an expert at it. As a female college student, I really do rely on yoga pants and leggings most days when I go to class and sometimes work. The last thing I want to worry about is whether my attire is see-through. I was considering investing in some nice Lululemon pants in the future, you know, as a “you survived finals” present or something. But now that I know my undergarments could be shown off to the world, I might reconsider that investment. Regardless of the recall, I’m sure Lululemon’s business won’t be hurting much in the future. Its credibility with people who do yoga is very high I’m sure. As far as my future yoga purchases, I think I’ll stick to my old favorites.

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A selection of Lululemon Atheletica pants. The clothing maker recalled its yoga pants in black luon fabric because of a problem that made the pants too see-through.

Letter to the editor: Using ‘alleged’ in reference to rape victims places doubt on stories reported to police Letter to the editor In regards to “OSU football players named in rape case” (3/19/13): As a former journalism student, I can appreciate the care with which reporters from The Lantern must take when covering such sensitive issues as sexual assault. But as a former rape crisis counselor and victims’ advocate, I struggled to read Tuesday’s story on OSU football players

accused of sexual assault. I understand that the story is still unfolding, and that journalists are not the judge or jury — and that words such as “alleged” must be used to caution against defamation. However, it was disappointing to see The Lantern refer to the woman as an “alleged victim” of “alleged rape” that “allegedly occurred” while not referring to her perpetrators in the same light. Instead of being “alleged attackers” or “alleged perpetrators” or “alleged” anything, they were referred to as Players: Player 1, Player 2, Player 3. Unfortunately,

using the word “alleged” in conjunction with the victim and her report only further casts doubt on her story, while we hold the men to a different standard, allowing them to remain Players, not alleged perpetrators. Is it because they are football players? Have we learned nothing from Steubenville? Kristy McCray First-year Ph.D student in sports management



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Ice cream to melt into ballet performance Chelsea Savage Lantern reporter

aaron Carter 7:30 p.m. @ Skully’s Music-Diner all Them Witches 8 p.m. @ Woodlands Tavern laura stevenson and The Cans 9 p.m. @ Rumba Café


“Smooth” can describe both the transition of movements in a ballet performance or the texture of a bowl of ice cream. These unlikely partners are both connected to a new performance. This weekend, BalletMet Columbus and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra are set to come together for “The Rite of Spring,” in honor of the 100th anniversary of the show’s opening in Paris. The show is scheduled to open 8 p.m. Friday at the Ohio Theatre. This is a milestone production for the two groups. “This is the first time ever that BalletMet and the Columbus Symphony are going to do an absolute joint production,” said Cheri Mitchell, BalletMet’s executive director. “We are going to share equally in the expenses of the production and share the ticket revenue.” Mitchell said audiences will be blown away by the performance of “The Rite of Spring,” which was originally written by Igor Stravinsky in 1913. “It has some of the most powerful music and dances,” she said. “You’re going to hear the power of the music, and with the lighting and everything, it takes your breath away.” In honor of the production, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams put together a flavor inspired by the themes in “The Rite of Spring.” Absinthe + Meringues is an unlikely match that has been creating a lot of buzz in local Jeni’s scoop shops, according to Aaron Beck, a spokesman for Jeni’s. Ben Merrill, a fourth-year in environmental science, is an employee at Jeni’s. Merrill said

the choices behind the flavor’s ingredients had a deeper meaning. “The meringues represent the upper class of the early 20th century, and when you scoop the ice cream, it breaks up the meringues which represents how this new age ballet breaks up the oppressiveness of the higher classes,” he said. Mitchell agreed that the theme is reflected in the ice cream. “You’ll get a real sense of how society and different sectors can have conflict,” she said. BalletMet members said they are very excited about the Jeni’s flavor and have really enjoyed the taste, Mitchell said. Beck said the flavor has been very popular since its introduction. “A lot of people have been coming into our shops and sampling it. Unlike some of the other flavors we release, a lot of people have not only been trying it but have been buying pints of it,” Beck said. The limited edition flavor was released in February and will be available through the end of March. “Absinthe is a tricky thing that’s only been legal in the U.S. since 2007, so it’s got that kind of mystique about it,” Beck said. “It’s got a really strong licorice flavor, the ice cream itself is really refreshing.” Absinthe + Meringues will be sold at the concession stands in the Ohio Theatre during “The Rite of Spring” performances along with Jeni’s grapefruit frozen yogurt. “The Rite of Spring” is scheduled to run at the Ohio Theatre at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 3 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster from $25 to $65.

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BalletMet Columbus and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra’s ‘The Rite of Spring’ inspired a Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams flavor called Absinthe + Meringues.


Justin Timberlake strikes smooth chords with ‘The 20/20 Experience’ Halie Williams Asst. Arts editor

The 1975 7 p.m. @ The Basement Rock With The goon squad 7 p.m. @ LC Pavilion The george Barrie Band 9 p.m. @ Rumba Café


drew holcomb and The neighbors 7 p.m. @ The Basement Chief keef 7 p.m. @ Newport Music Hall In silent Movies 8 p.m. @ Kobo

Anticipated music releases can either prove severely disappointing, or well worth the wait. Justin Timberlake’s third album, released Tuesday, falls into the latter category. “The 20/20 Experience” might have come after a lengthy pause in production from the singer-songwriter — it’s his first album in more than six years — but the final product is undoubtedly a reward for the wait. Furthermore, “The 20/20 Experience” isn’t just a pop record, it’s an evolved listening journey packed with funky, Marvin Gaye-like tracks that submerge the listener. Seven of the 10 songs are more than seven minutes long and only two are less than six minutes, but each play so smoothly, as if going through a groovy adventure, that you forget to pay attention to the duration of the track. And apparently this isn’t all of it, Timberlake said, confirming the rumors of a second half to “The 20/20 Experience” during the release party at El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles Monday night. Ballad “Pusher Love Girl” kicks off the first installment with an array of strings and horns paired with Timberlake’s cool, effortless falsetto to set the soulful mood that remains intact and is carried throughout the entire album. The swing-esque tone of the first single “Suit &

Justin Timberlake’s ‘The 20/20 Experience’ released March 19. Tie” hones an elegant sway that places you in a ‘50s jazz club, and this same essence also comes through in the Latin-infused “Let The Groove Get In.” Lyrically, Timberlake is speaking to the hopeless romantics in his fans. “I don’t wanna lose you now / I’m lookin’ right at the other half of me / The vacancy that sat in my heart / Is a space that now you hold,” he sings on the second single “Mirrors.” “Spaceship Coupe,” although a sensual pleasure

on the ears, teeters the edge of an R&B spoof, akin to his digital shorts with Andy Samberg on “Saturday Night Live.” The lyrics “Hop into my spaceship coupe / There’s only room for two (me and you) / And with the top off, you’re all wrapped up / In my space lover cocoon,” all but elicit chuckling. A personal favorite of mine from this album is “That Girl,” an ode to his Michael Jackson influence with Al Green-based vocals, which is similar to airy ballad “Strawberry Bubblegum.” One of my only concerns is the album’s resemblance to the 2006 Grammy-winning “FutureSex/ LoveSounds.” Traces from songs such as “Until The End of Time” are easy to find, but who can blame him for wanting to recreate such excellence? Both albums are near perfect, and I wasn’t sure any R&B record would give Frank Oceans’ “Channel Orange” a run for its money until now. It’s difficult to dislike anything Timberlake becomes involved with these days. Not only has he proved to be an impressive and comical actor, but his old-school elegance is admirable. However, most importantly, his vocals hone such soul and sensuality that I find it easy to call him a modern-day Frank Sinatra. And if this is any indication of what his confirmed follow-up will hold, then JT fans can rest easy while waiting again because, so far, “The 20/20 Experience” is a beautifully crafted masterpiece. Grade: A

Bunbury Music Fest to bring Walk the Moon, fun., MGMT to Cincy Breanna Soroka Lantern reporter The summer music festival season is closing in fast, and as a result many official lineups have finally been announced. These festivals are scheduled to take place in the coming months in all areas of the country, and your particular tastes in music will likely determine your music festivals of choice. Each week, I’ll weigh in on an upcoming festival.

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Bunbury Music Festival is one of the few festivals scheduled to take place in the great state of Ohio this summer. Slated to occur July 12-14 in Cincinnati at Sawyer Point Park and Yeatman‘s Cove, Bunbury is still just a pretty young thing on the festival scene — 2012 was its first year. Yet being in its infancy isn’t stopping this event from attracting some big names, as bands such as fun., Tegan and Sara, MGMT and The National are already scheduled to perform throughout the weekend. Here are some performers, both big and small, I think you should try to catch if Bunbury is on your list of things to do this summer. Walk the Moon This band has members that hail from Cincinnati, so it makes perfect sense that it would return home with this festival. Everyone I know would

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Walk the Moon performed Feb. 25, 2012, at Newport Music Hall. The band is scheduled to perform at Bunbury Music Festival July 12. vouch that I’ve been annoyingly obsessed with Walk the Moon since I began listening to the band, and its signature quirky, happy music is a big reason. Hearing absolutely any of its songs produces an urge to add rainbow war paint to my face and twirl in circles, hands thrown out to the sides and face toward the sky. This band’s music is perfect for the general atmosphere of music festivals, and Bunbury should be no different. Listen for “I Can Lift A Car,” a tune that’ll have you swaying in that warm summer breeze. Ambassadors I can honestly say I had never heard a single note from this band

before researching the performers for Bunbury this year, but I have found a new favorite in Ambassadors. It’s surprising that this band is not more well-known because of the level of talent it showcases. Though its songs vary in tempo, there is always a grooving beat beneath the rest of the music that could make even the biggest stick in the mud want to jam out. I guarantee that even if this dark, brooding music isn’t your cup of tea, you’ll want to drink up as much as you can based on pure talent alone. The title track from Ambassadors’ 2012 album “Litost” is a personal favorite.

Civil Twilight The first time I heard Civil Twilight, I thought I was listening to U2 because they sound incredibly similar, both showcasing a brand of alternative rock that’s perfect for the radio. While I know this specific genre is not for everyone, I too have suffered from the feelings that modern radio is ruining the music industry and would like to stick it to the man by never listening again. I can’t stop myself from liking this band — a lot. Lead singer Steven McKellar’s voice is so soothing, and his softly sung lyrics provide the perfect accompaniment to the somewhat grating (in a good way) quality of the instruments and the music itself. After hearing a live version of Civil Twilight’s song “River” sound so fantastic, I can only imagine how great the rest of the music will sound too. The Bears of Blue River All of the bands listed so far have been of the indie rock variety, so The Bears of Blue River is a big musical anomaly here. The band’s Facebook page description touts it as “pop music dressed up in bops and doo wops,” and after listening I can tell you that’s the most accurate description possible for this music. These songs are full of a twang I didn’t think I could possibly enjoy, but I found it was hard for me to stop nodding my head along to the beat.

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[ a +e ] Bunbury from 5A The most refreshing part of this band is that it’s fronted by Gavin Wilkinson and Maggie Gard, adding some much needed lady power to Bunbury’s primarily male-dominated lineup. “Betty Homemaker” is a sweet little ditty that epitomizes the style of The Bears of Blue River, and it will forever play in my head on repeat. Twenty One Pilots Of course, this list would be incomplete without a shout out to a band based out of our lovely Columbus. I’m a little late to the Twenty One Pilots party, but with its unique blending of indie pop and rap influences it was only a matter of time until I too became a member of the obsessed masses. I’ve never heard anything like this duo before, and it’s only made better by the fact that both the rapping and singing are impeccable. There’s something about listening to this band’s “Guns For Hands” that makes me feel like Superwoman and produces an insatiable urge to conquer the world. If that’s what happens when listening to Twenty One Pilots in a cramped dorm room, I can only imagine the effect of hearing the band live in the bright sunshine and wide, open space of an outdoor venue.

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A model poses on the runway in a dress made of newspapers at the 2012 KSA Fashion Schau.

Non-traditional garments to take on runway Lauren Weitz Lantern reporter While coffee filters and garbage bags might seem like ordinary household objects, students are transforming these types of items into elaborate fashion designs to help benefit a local charity. The KSA Fashion Schau is organized by SERVitecture and is set for Friday at 7 p.m. in Knowlton Hall. SERVitecture is a student organization for Knowlton School of Architecture students that incorporates designing and building projects into community service. “We try to not just do building, but stuff like the fashion show which is more like design,” said Stephanie Conlan, vice president of SERVitecture and a fourth-year in architecture. Twice a year, SERVitecture takes service trips to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. Over spring break, students in SERVitecture traveled to New York and New Jersey to help rebuild houses Hurricane Sandy destroyed. The second trip will take place during the summer. “What we really wanted to do was have an event where we did something in Columbus during the school year, between those service trips,” said Christopher Mannella, the event

coordinator of SERVitecture and a third-year in architecture. The show benefits Dress for Success Columbus, a nonprofit organization that provides professional attire to disadvantaged women. Conlan said that last year’s show raised more than $700 for the organization. “We decided it went really nice with the idea of a fashion show,” Mannella said. “We’re making these sort of economical dresses and garments out of things that you wouldn’t normally think a dress would be made out of and we thought it would fit nice with our mission.” Conlan said to enter the fashion show, students entered a conceptual sketch of their designs and paid a $5 deposit to secure their spots. This year, 15 students are signed up to have designs in the fashion show. Students can be from any major, but must create their designs out of unconventional materials and are given a suggested budget of $20, Mannella said. Five faculty members in the Knowlton School of Architecture judge the show. The pieces are judged on their economical nature, creative use of materials, elegance and overall look. Prizes are awarded to first, second and third place. Instead of receiving trophies, winning designers are awarded with T-squares, a tool commonly used by architecture students.

Last year, Cheyenne Vandevoorde, currently a third-year in architecture, took home the gold T-square for her first place design, which was primarily made out of silver duct tape and pages of old books. “It was really great. To get your ideas and efforts commended like that, it’s a really great feeling,” Vandevoorde said. “It was just a good feeling to know that people that kind of mattered felt like I did a good job.” Vandevoorde is entering a new design in this year’s show, where she plans to use paper again. “Since paper was so successful for me last year, I’m planning on using paper again,” Vandevoorde said. “But rather than doing something really wacky, I want to do something like a more tamed design and make it more practical.” Vandevoorde said she is happy that SERVitecture is broadening its horizons beyond service projects to help benefit Dress for Success. “I think it’s nice that they focus an event that’s not necessarily like architecture or construction,” Vandevoorde said. “Any money that OSU can raise for a local charity, I think that reflects really well on students.” Tickets are $5 and are available for purchase at Knowlton Hall.

Tickets for Bunbury Music Festival can be purchased online as either one-day passes for $55 each or three-day passes for $110 each. A limited supply of three-day VIP passes are also available for $295 each.

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Wednesday March 20, 2013

thelantern results TUESDAY Men’s Tennis 6, Louisville 1

upcoming WEDNESDAY Men’s Lacrosse v. Notre Dame 4pm @ Notre Dame

THURSDAY Wrestling: NCAA Championships All Day @ Des Moines, Iowa

FRIDAY Baseball v. Purdue 3pm @ Purdue Softball v. Indiana 3pm @ Columbus Women’s Tennis v. Purdue 3pm @ Purdue Men’s Tennis v. Purdue 6pm @ Columbus

Less than ‘great day’ for OSU ERIC SEGER Lantern reporter “We’ll help them with the excuses,” said Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer said after the team’s Tuesday practice at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. It was the team’s third practice of the spring and its first in full pads, but according to Meyer, it was “not a great day.” “First day back from spring break, full pads for the first day. It didn’t feel like a top-5 practice so we just need to get back and have one Thursday,” Meyer said. A number of developments will be facing the Buckeyes when they take to the field for their next practice. New injury for Jordan Hall Rising redshirt senior running back Jordan Hall sat out Tuesday’s practice with what Meyer called a “slight tug on the hamstring.” Meyer said Hall could have practiced but sat out for precautionary reasons. “He could probably practice at 80 percent,” Meyer said. “I held him out today because I want to get him someplace higher.” After sitting out the majority of last season with a torn PCL, Hall was granted a medical redshirt that will allow him to play this fall. The running back said he is excited to have another opportunity to play in the spread system and feels he can help the offense. “We have a lot of playmakers on offense and I just think I can be another one,” Hall said. “I just want to be another person the defense has to prepare for and I’m looking forward to that.” Hall, who is expected to be a versatile, hybrid-type player, might give the Buckeyes an advantage out on the edge. He said he is not sure what he will be doing in the position, but likened it to what he played in high school. “I played a little bit of slot in high school, so it’s kind of coming

continued as Day on 4B

Men’s Volleyball v. Ball State 7:30pm @ Ball State

OSU men’s basketball’s tournament history since 2009

Women’s Track: UCF Invitational TBA @ Orlando, Fla. Wrestling: NCAA Championships All Day @ Des Moines, Iowa Fencing: NCAA Championships All Day @ San Antonio Men’s Track: Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational TBA @ Nashville, Tenn. Men’s Basketball v. Iona 7:15pm @ Dayton

ANDREW HOLLERAN / Photo editor

OSU coach Urban Meyer instructs his players during a practice Tuesday at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.


Round of 64 Defeated Loyola 4-1 Record (MD), 78-59

Round of 32 Defeated Gonzaga, 73-66


Round of 64 Defeated Texas-San Antonio, 2-1 Record 75-46

Regional Semifinal Defeated Cincinnati, 81-66

Regional Final Defeated Syracuse, 77-70

National Semifinal Lost to Kansas, 64-62 Regional Semifinal

Round of 32 Defeated George Mason, 98-66

Lost to Kentucky, 62-60

SATURDAY Women’s Lacrosse v. Florida 1pm @ Gainesville, Fla. Men’s Ice Hockey v. Notre Dame 1:05pm @ Detroit, Mich. Baseball v. Purdue 2pm @ West Lafayette, Ind. Softball v. Indiana 2pm @ Columbus Men’s Volleyball v. IPFW 7pm @ Fort Wayne, Ind. Wrestling: NCAA Championships All Day @ Des Moines, Iowa


2-1 Record


0-1 Record

Round of 64 Defeated UC Santa Barbara, 68-51

Round of 32 Defeated Georgia Tech, 75-66

Regional Semifinal

Lost to Tennessee, 76-73

Round of 64

Lost to Siena, 74-72

Men’s Track: Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational TBA @ Nashville, Tenn.

Source: Reporting

Photo by ANDREW HOLLERAN / Photo editor

KAYLA ZAMARY / Design Editor

Coaching Buckeyes a ‘dream’ for Schaub DANIEL ROGERS Lantern reporter

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When Ohio State hired Melissa Schaub as its assistant women’s tennis coach in 2011, it was an exciting homecoming for the Ohio native. “I don’t know if it gets any better than Ohio State and being a part of this athletic department,” Schaub said. Now, after spending just a year on the Buckeyes’ staff, Schaub finds herself as the interim coach for the 2012-13 season after the departure of former coach Chuck Merzbacher, who was hired by Minnesota in July. She said she always wanted to return to Ohio and coach the Buckeyes. “It’s been great, it’s a dream come true job for me at Ohio State, being from Ohio and just growing up a fan,” Schaub said. “I couldn’t ask for a better group of girls. They’ve made the transition easy.”

Still less than midway through the season, some members of the team said they have bought into what their new coach is teaching them and look to build on a promising start to the year. Junior Noelle Malley has been at OSU longer than Schaub has, but Malley has picked up on Schaub developing leadership as the year has gone on. “I feel like she has gained more confidence in what she’s telling us, and she’s adjusted to her role really well,” Malley said. “She’s just doing what she wants in practice and seeing what we need to work on.” During Schaub’s first season in Columbus as an assistant coach, the team struggled, going 10-15 on the year. Malley already feels more confident about achieving a better result than last year with Schaub at the helm. “Everybody is in way better shape this year,” Malley said. “We feel really confident when we play matches.”

Graduating from Tennessee in 2006, Schaub was a star for the Volunteers, earning All-American honors her freshman season in Knoxville. Gabby Steele, a senior for the Buckeyes, said she likes having a coach that is close to her age who knows what they are dealing with as student-athletes. “It helps because she’s able to relate a lot,” Steele said. “She just got out of college, too, so she knows exactly what we are going through.” Not one to let distractions get in the way, Schaub said she is confident that the shaky job security that comes with the title of interim coach will not change how she goes about the season. “You can’t let that get in the way of the kind of coach you’re going to be or how you treat the team,” Schaub said. “It’s all about trying to get wins and bettering the program and getting these guys to buy into the system.” The Buckeyes are set to travel to West Lafayette, Ind., to play Purdue for their first conference road trip game of the season on Friday at 3 p.m.


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Help Wanted Interships

NOW HIRING experienced servers, hosts, cooks, and dishwashers at Bravo Crosswoods. Day and weekend availability is required. Please apply in person at 7470 Vantage Dr. Columbus. SERVERS AND Hosts: Our staff often tell us that this is the best job they’ve ever had. Positions available at Figlio, a casual, upscale gourmet pizza and pasta restaurant close to campus with locations in Grandview and Arlington. Meet new friends while working with our fun, attractive staff. Part time. Flexible schedule. Will train the right person. (Also hiring buspersons and cooks). Apply in person at 1369 Grandview Ave or 3712 Riverside Dr. Find out why this job will be your dream come true. WE ARE hiring for all positions. To apply go to or call us at 614.246.2900

LOOKING FOR EMPLOYEES? Ohio State has 50,000+ students that you can reach. Call (614)292-2031 for more information.

FLOWERS ON Orchard Lane is looking for interns to fill two paid positions.

This work requires a great deal of physical labor.

~ a sophomore or junior from a local college ~ someone able to work through November 2013 ~ flexible scheduling weekends are a must

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TWO MEN And A Truck/Columbus is looking for a self-motivated and task-oriented individual to help our company recruit and hire movers and drivers for out busy summer season. This is an excellent opportunity to gain ‘real world’ experience with a reputable and fast growing company. The HR Intern will assist the HR Department: recruit, process applications, conduce phone interviews and first interviews with screened candidates, conduct background checks for potential hires and other hiring related tasks as needed. Training is provided.

Qualifications: The HR intern must have good organizational skills, excellent communication abilities, and good time/task prioritization. Basic math skills and problem solving skills are necessary. The intern will need working knowledge of Microsoft HANDYMAN-WORK part time Windows, Excel, Word and Acon off-campus properties, paint- cess Programs. ing, plumbing, electrical experience a plus, work 15 to 20 Work Schedule would be : hrs. per week, flexible hours to Monday 8am-5pm, Tuesday meet your class schedule, cur- 3pm-7pm, Friday 8am-5pm rent OSU student preferred, call Pay: $7.85/hour 761-9035. Start Date: March 2013 Qualified Candidates should email cover letter and resume to the above email. UNDERGRADUATE Research Assistant TWO MEN And A Truck/Columbus is now hiring a part-time The OSU Stress and Health Marketing Intern to help impleStudy is seeking an ment our marketing plan. undergraduate student pursing a degree in nursing or other medi- Responsibilities include but are cally related field for a not limited to: research assistant position. The -Researching competitors position is a 10 - 20 hour per -Tracking customer data and week commitment with availabil- trends ity two to three -Assisting w/customer relations mornings during the work week. -Delivering marketing materials The person should have an inter- to referral sources est in research and background -Tracking marketing activities in psychology or a related bio- -Developing and maintaining a logical or social local media list sciences field. -Coordinating community service involvement and activities Duties include drawing blood from research participants, reviewing medical records, **Applicants must be able to administering psychological drive company car and qualify questionnaires, conducting under our insurance requireresearch interviews, and ments. Must be 21 or older, working with data in the lab. A valid driver license, acceptable main focus of the position is per- driving record. forming blood draws on a cancer Schedule is Monday-Friday. Up survivor population, so excellent to 20 hours per week. Days and phlebotomy skills are essential. hours may vary. The ability to drive to partici- Compensation: Minimum wage pants homes for research visits is required. Please contact us if you are interested: kurt.baker@twomInterested persons can apply online at or email a resume to http://www.twomenandatruck. com

Help Wanted OSU

Help Wanted Sales/Marketing COLLEGE STUDENTS. Highly motivated people with good attitude needed for irrigation service industry. Full and Part-time. 457-6520. E-mail GENERAL LANDSCAPING in Powell. Part Time--$9-10/hr Weeding, edging, mulching and trimming. Reliable transportation, driver’s license and car insurance. www.MoreTimeforYou. com or 614.760.0911.

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HIRING CARE providers for 17 year old male with high functioning autism. Work on HS level homework;social/independent living/ behavioral skills. 2 shifts per week/10 hours minimum. Training provided. Contact Josie Ulrey 614-282-6760 LOOKING FOR EMPLOYEES? Ohio State has 50,000+ students that you can reach. Call (614)2922031 for more information.

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Tutoring Services A MATH tutor. All levels. Also Physics, Statistics and Business $500 ESSAY Contest. College Math. Teaching/tutoring Details at since 1965. Checks okay. Call anytime, Clark 294-0607.

CAMPUS PARTNERS is seeking and undergraduate or graduate student to fill the Student Director’s seat on the Campus Partners Board of Directors for the 2013 - 2015 term. If interested please fill out the application at and return it to Campus Partners, 1534 N High St, by April 1st, 2013. Contact prosser.20@ CONTRACEPTIVE RESEARCH STUDY Would you like to use an IUS (Levonorgestrel-Releasing Intrauterine System) as your method of contraception over the next 5 years? If you are a healthy, sexually active woman, age 16-35 and in a mutually monogamous relationship you may be eligible to participate in a research study. You will receive study-related exams, an IUS at no cost and be compensated for time and travel. If you are interested, please contact GenOBGYNDept@osumc. edu or 614-293-4365.

Real Estate Advertisements - Equal Housing Opportunity The Federal Fair Housing Act makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.” State law may also forbid discrimination based on these factors and others. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development at 800-669-9777.

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Horoscopes by Nancy Black ©2012 Tribune Media Services Inc. Today’s Birthday The Spring Equinox today symbolizes new beginnings. Launch your great endeavor especially around May 25; an eclipse shines attention on your work. Communication is key until summer, when home and family take your focus. Monitor finances, especially debt, insurance and savings. Release personal limitations. You can have it all. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging. Aries March 21-April 19 Today is an 8 -- Go for perfection, with the help of friends or family. You’re inspired and are inspiring. Private conversations help. Research provides illumination. Get the facts to the right person. Taurus April 20-May 20 Today is an 9 -- Focus on completing old projects over the next few weeks. Invest in your own success and in new alliances. Narrowing down to what you love makes it easy to stick to a budget. Make money. Gemini May 21-June 20 Today is an 8 -- Consider an option that seems beyond your reach. Work for money without worrying about it. Balance work with social time. Everyone wants your attention; schedule for ease. Your efforts go farther, and playtime’s extra nice. Cancer June 21-July 22 Today is an 8 -- Trust yourself and your intuition, and get the work done. The timing couldn’t be better. Make wise use of your turbo boost, then recharge before revving back up. Get this party started. Leo July 23-Aug. 22 Today is an 8 -- Get deeply into a research project. Indulge your curiosity, and make a discovery. Put off procrastination. Discuss all ideas and work out the practical details in a plan for action.

Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22 Today is a 9 -- Express your affection, and listen for other’s love. Hold yourself to high standards, but be flexible. Some things aren’t as imagined. Be careful around sharp objects. A blissful moment is possible. Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21 Today is a 7 -- Make great plans for the future and get moving. There’s plenty of work for the next month, and the pace could get intense. Play the ace you’ve been holding. Delegate when you can. Use your team. Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21 Today is an 8 -- Seek inspiration this month. Delve into the mystery. Talk it over, and secrets get revealed. Launch a new venture. Negotiations could hit rough waters with unstable conditions. Listen more than you talk, and follow through. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19 Today is a 7 -- This month is about family. Set financial priorities to support this. An expert can help. Something you try doesn’t work, so devise a backup plan. This might take several tries. Set it up for success. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18 Today is an 8 -- You’re especially focused and keen this month, and your studies, research and writing thrive. Keep your eyes on the prize. Listen carefully. Secrets are revealed. Unexpected costs are likely now. The old way can still work. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20 Today is an 8 -- The solution isn’t far. Get the word out about what you see. Be cautious making commitments. You could make a lot of money during the next month. This prompts you to take action. Compromise works.

Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22 Today is a 7 -- You can make do with what you have. Cleaning your space leads to new discoveries (or rediscoveries), and to major improvements. Your team’s coming to the rescue. Avoid gossip at work. Music is a wise investment now.

Wednesday March 20, 2013


sports Jim Foster: Highs and lows of the former women’s basketball coach With the announcement that Jim Foster will not return for a 12th season as women’s basketball coach, The Lantern looks back at Foster’s greatest victories and toughest defeats.

Career history


overall win history, a .718 win percentage

Coached at Vanderbilt University and St. Joseph’s University, finishing with a combined winning percent of .692.

History at OSU

279-82 Win history, making him the winningest coach in the program’s history

2013- Foster’s final year


consecutive Big Ten regular season championships


consecutive NCAA appearances


Big Ten coach of the year

The team went 18-13 and 7-10 in the Big Ten. The team did not make it into the NCAA tournament for the first time in his career at OSU. One day after this announcement, athletic director Gene Smith said Foster would not return for another season. Source: JACKIE STORER / Managing editor of design

Day from 1B back,” Hall said. “It’s just different going against a college defense instead of a high school defense.” Offense operated at “60 percent” in 2012 Running backs coach Stan Drayton coached with Meyer at Florida and said he has seen a spread offense operating at its full potential. Drayton said, though, that OSU’s 2012 offense operated at “about 60 percent” of its potential, but he expects improvement in the 2013 season with the addition of Hall. “When you sit there and study our film, you see safeties sitting there at eight yards because (rising senior running back) Carlos Hyde and (rising junior quarterback) Braxton Miller are in the backfield,” Drayton said. “The moment we are able to pose a pass threat and get that balance in our offense we are hoping it to be very explosive.”

Hyde taking OSU team motto to heart The Buckeyes’ 2013 season motto is “The Chase,” intended to reflect their pursuit, in part, of a conference and national championship. Hyde said the idea of “The Chase” is something he takes to heart. “‘The Chase’ means a lot. It’s not just one thing,” Hyde said. “I want to be the first running back under coach Meyer with 1,000 yards, I want to hold that crystal ball. I want it all.” Drayton said Hyde became more of a team player as last season went on. “Carlos matured, and it became more than just about him,” Drayton said. “That was the difference in his burst onto the football field last year. It is definitely the direct reason he had the success that he had.” Running back depth pushing Hyde On National Signing Day, Drayton told his running backs that

his goal was to find players better than them. He said he made the comment with the intention of making the running backs work harder than they did last year. “I want to see them compete,” Drayton said. “I’m trying to create the best competitive environment in one single group in the country and I think we are getting close to that, I really do.” Drayton added that Hyde will not be receiving special treatment, despite being the starting running back last year. “Carlos Hyde needs to know that nothing is going to be given to him, and he knows that,” Drayton said. “That’s why he is out here practicing his butt off, because he knows everyone is coming after him. He can’t relax.” The Buckeyes are set to hold their fourth spring practice Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

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