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OUT HERE: a documentary about the hearts and hard work of queer farmers in the U.S.

Last night I had the opportunity to view OUT HERE: a documentary about the hearts and hard work of queer farmers in the U.S, a film by Jonah Mossberg, at the Ohio State University, which was followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker and a discussion with a panel of queer farmers from Ohio. 1,457 more words

Ecosexuality

Freeze injury update 15 April 2014

I have posted a few images from the Oklahoma Mesonet below. Most of Oklahoma spent at least four hours below freezing last night and some areas spent an extended period of time below 28F. 240 more words

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Glass Axis Presents "Student & Recent Graduate Showcase Exhibit"

Kelsey Finnie, a 2013 Ohio State University graduate, kickstarts Glass Axis’ “Student & Recent Graduate Showcase Exhibit” series with her Spontaneous Actions: Doodles in Glass  196 more words

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Ohio State Buckeyes Girls Of OSU And Men Of OSU CALENDARS

By: Vicky Phipps — google_ad_client = “pub-8642343895325952″; /* 728×90, created 10/23/10 */ google_ad_slot = “0171271209″; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 90; //–> More than other universities, Ohio State University seems to be an attractive place for publishing pinup calendars. 119 more words

Le'Bryan Nash: Headed To The NBA?

Sunday evening, April 13, The Daily O’Collegian, Oklahoma State University’s student newspaper, reported that Le’Bryan Nash intended to play his senior of basketball at OSU and had “made plans” to do so. 74 more words

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Goalie Davis Signs To Play With Ohio State

*posted by AAA BJ on 05/16/2013*

Upper Arlington’s Logan Davis planned to play junior hockey the next few years instead of attending college, but the senior goaltender recently signed a letter of intent to play for the Ohio State men’s team. 595 more words

Picture of three young cancer survivors goes viral

BETHANY, Okla. – A picture of three young cancer survivors is going viral on social media.

According to a news release from OSU, local boutiques and photographers donated their time and talents to produce the photos of Ainsley, Rylie, and Rheann and bring attention to childhood cancer. 85 more words

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