Spreading the Word
The A&P Communications team went to The Oval to notify the campus community about the upcoming construction, which is now underway.
The old mahogany doors to Pomerene Hall were stripped and sanded to be reused in the renovated building, which is set to open in May.
ENGIE Service and FOD teamed up with nearby students to rescue four adorable ducklings that had fallen in a storm sewer near Annie and John Glenn Avenue.
April (Snow) Showers Bring… Beauty
Snowfall continued into mid-April, but it made for a beautiful photo, as Dan Mackey captured outside of Blankenship Hall.
WOSU's Mike Thompson crossed the finish line with a smile at the Boston Marathon despite running in heavy rain, wind and cold temperatures.
OSUPD Chief Craig Stone met with a reporter from Lantern TV to share the story of how he first became involved in law enforcement.
OSUPD held two sessions of its Rape Aggression Defense class this spring, which is a course designed to empower women.
Staff members visiting Ohio State from Wuhan University in China sat in on a TTM meeting because they wanted to learn more about CABS.
OSUPD Officer Alan Horujko was recognized at a luncheon with the Columbus Police Division. One of his many honors in the past year.
Ohio State hosted its inaugural Emerging Mobility Summit which focused on topics related to making transportation systems more sustainable and efficient.
UniPrint was working hard to ready the programs for commencement on May 6.
Several members of FOD accepted honors at the university’s annual Arbor Day Celebration at the Chadwick Arboretum.
Cannon Construction Continues
The construction that will relocate Cannon Drive continues. Phase one of the project is scheduled to wrap up in December 2019.