Hannah Higgins tried to hold back her tears, but the emotions were too strong as she revisited the memory of her late mother, Pam Higgins. It was only six months ago that Pam’s 10-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease ended. It’s been a long and difficult path but one that has led Hannah to be a part of the fight against the dreaded disease.
“My mom was an amazing mother, artist, teacher and friend,” Hannah said.
Pam was an art teacher at St. Andrews High School for 20 years, until her retirement in 2007.
In Coco Kneisly’s own words, November 2016 was the darkest month of her life. Within an 11-day period, Coco tragically lost a loved one and nearly lost another. In the 16 months since, Coco has pieced herself back together and now is able to share her story. She doesn’t share for her own attention, but for the attention of the Campus Campaign funds that she now supports, with the hope that these funds can prevent someone else from experiencing a story like hers.
It was on November 3, 2016, when Coco’s boyfriend Steve took his own life. The two...
Mike Thompson, Chief Content Director for News and Public Affairs at WOSU Public Media, might best be known for his role as host of “ Columbus on the Record ,” a weekly half-hour television talk show dedicated to Ohio politics on WOSU-TV. Not commonly discussed on the record, Mike’s dedication as a long-distance runner.
When not on TV, Mike might be seen running along the Olentangy River Trail. A few times a week, he takes an hour at lunch to get in a 4- to 5-mile run.
After taking this photo with Steve Volkmann at The Oval, he refused the ride back to his office at The Gateway. It was one of those rare days in early March when the sun was out from the clouds, illuminating enough heat to go without a jacket, and Steve wanted to enjoy it.
Steve is the university landscape architect, working for Planning and Real Estate. His responsibilities include serving as a resource and helping guide the planning, design and implementation of most anything related to the landscape for Ohio State’s Columbus campus. Walks through The Oval allow him to...
For the past 22 years, Phillipa Davis, motorpool coordinator for Transportation and Traffic Management, has worked at Ohio State. For 20 of those years, she has contributed to the Campus Campaign fund that supports the Wexner Center for the Arts.
As the mother of five children, Phillipa admits, it’s not like she has loads of money to give away, but what she does have is a passion for paying forward.
Inside the Davis household, while her kids were growing up, the stereo system got nearly as much use as the HVAC system.
Feb 23, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Ohio Union Performance Hall Join this annual cultural extravaganza that showcases a variety of traditional and contemporary performances — with free admission.This event counts toward DICE certification. More . Contact .
Feb 9 - 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. - 165 Thompson Library #MeToo may be the most visible women's "revolution" right now, but according to sociologist and Middle East expert Valentine Moghadam, feminism has shaped democratization, revolution and even right-wing movements around the globe. Moghadam will discuss the role of women in the Arab Spring and other contemporary revolutions. This event counts toward DICE certification. More . Contact .
Dreamer and prominent immigration attorney Cesar Vargas sits down with News Director Elizabeth Suarez to discuss the current legislative landscape of DACA and other topics during a visit to The Ohio State University on February 5, 2018. Viewing this video counts toward DICE certification.
Jan 31 - 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. - Performance Hall, Ohio Union Join the Student Life Multicultural Center as it celebrates United Black World Month, also known as Black History Month. This event qualifies toward DICE certification. More .
Food is the fuel that drives the life of Meg Schneider, marketing coordinator in Administration and Planning Marketing and Communications. Without the proper nourishment, creating graphics and promotional materials for the A&P departments would be a much tougher task. It wasn’t until college that Meg realized the importance of what she feeds her body.
Meg grew up in Toledo, Ohio, the youngest of five children. Her father was the son of a butcher and her mother grew up on a farm, so there wasn’t any lack for knowledge of nutrition.
With seven members of the immediate family, the...