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Campus & Community

Imagining an icon

Howard Dwight Smith was inspired by ancient architecture when creating the stadium that has served Ohio State for 100 years.

At Ohio State Mansfield, lime green means help

Students, faculty and staff use colored bandanas to signal a willingness to discuss mental health and prevent suicide. 

It’s true: Healthy diets can promote mental wellness

Associate Professor Irene Hatsu, who researches how proper nutrition helps people live well, answers alumni questions.

President Johnson answers questions from you

She shares the importance of optimism, how service is in action at Ohio State and why a rigid schedule can help you.

Retired brigadier general shares his keepsakes

He laughs at some of the things he had to do in the Air Force ROTC, but more important, it shaped him as an officer.

Alumni board chair’s advice: Take that meeting

Life fuels learning for Mark Eppert ’88, so trust him when he says meet people, ask questions, don’t waste time.

Ohio State boosting water access in Navajo Nation

The Global Water Institute is digging wells, providing agricultural training and planting gardens to fill critical gaps.

She cares for aardvarks, sea lions and bears

Columbus Zoo vet Katie Seeley ’17 MS put in years of work to achieve her dream. Follow her for one jam-packed day.

10 Buckeye innovators striving for thriving

These professors, researchers and medical professionals maintain a constant focus on improving people’s lives.

See our dream home being built: 1920–22 photos

Construction scenes show some of the state-of-the-art work that helped Ohio Stadium become a lasting Buckeye icon.