Or maybe it was the scholarships. Either way, the result is 10 Buckeyes, 13 degrees and a special love for Ohio State.
She talks about helping students, teaching financial literacy, fall highlights and the toughest times of her life.
Abby Zalenski’s grandpa lived thanks to a charity ride-funded treatment, and that put her on a path to help others.
Researcher Ayaz Hyder turns insights from the pandemic into tools that can help us better navigate future public health crises.
Funded by the Defense Department, the professor-alumnus collaboration is intended to help protect crucial pollinators.
The journalist who expertly shares ‘All Sides’ of local-to-global issues that matter came to WOSU a virtual radio newbie.
From the early days of radio, WOSU Public Media has enriched lives in Columbus. What comes next? GM Ronnie Agnew shares.
The state fair standout shares some of her blue ribbon-winning recipes and her tips for gaining a competitive edge.
At Columbus’ premier performing arts group, CEO Chad Whittington ’99 expertly juggles priorities so the shows can go on.
Karen Dannemiller knows. She studies allergens, microbes and contaminants to help people breathe easier while inside.
The water is a star in this city, both what you can do on and around it and the tasty meals that can come from it.
These strategies can help keep the computers and devices that dominate our days from dominating our minds.
Katie Paulson Silcott ’02, ’10 MA shares with middle schoolers the power of music to build confidence and unite people. She does it so well, she was named a Grammy finalist.
The Thompsons have braved a fraught path to delve into Earth’s climate history and prepare future scientists.
Keep your eye on Charles Muse ’13, a rising star in automotive engineering and an embodiment of Ohio State’s pay forward spirit.
We asked an alum, two professors and a student which songs they would queue up for a summer drive. See what you think.
Retiring university photographer Jo McCulty ’84, ’94 MA shares an exclusive tour of her archives to show what makes us Buckeyes.
Buckeyes are taking on human trafficking
Driven by love and grit, Esther Flores ’01 has created havens where victims of human trafficking can fulfill basic needs and find respite. This edition of the magazine also explores Ohio State through the lens of its longtime photographer, a day in the life of a campus police officer and ways to make your own kite.