Proud to be an American
Tirhas Welu has worked for FOD for five years and recently became a US citizen. She moved to the U.S. in 2008 from Ethiopia with her husband and two sons.
Not Your Ordinary Laman
OSUPD Officer Steve Laman was recognized as the OSUPD Officer of the Year on the jumbotron at the Ohio State football homecoming game on Oct. 7.
Zero Waste in Achieving Zero Waste
FOD partners with “I Am Change” non-profit mentorship program to assist fans at the Zero Waste stations. In return, Athletics contributes to a scholarship for the students.
K9 Keeps Stadium Safe
K9 Rita smiles for the camera prior to the Maryland football game on Oct. 7.
Jay Joins the Cause
Jay Kasey promotes Bucks for Charity to CABS drivers on Oct. 12 at the Service Building Annex.
A&P Sub Artists
A&P made 240+ Italian subs for the A&P Bucks for Charity sub sale on Oct. 24. Thanks Nicole Holman for coordinating!
Isn’t that Sweet?
Planning and Real Estate opened its doors to some young trick-or-treaters on Oct. 24. The young bird and ladybug belong to project manager Rebekah Gayley.
Etched in Stone of Lima Senior High School Hall of Fame
On Oct. 5, OSUPD Chief Craig Stone was one of eight individuals inducted into the Lima Senior High School Hall of Fame. Stone was a 1978 graduate.
Breaking Journalism Students into Breaking News
OSUPD Lieutenant Alex Rayner answers questions from Ohio State journalism students during a mock crime scenario on October 11.
Salute to Public Safety
OSUPD and its partners worked to protect the goalposts and keep fans safe after Ohio State’s dramatic win over Penn State.