Mar 1 - 7 p.m. - Wexner Center African migrant drama screens one night only at the Wex. A New York Times Critics' Pick, Moussa Touré's Senegalese drama The Pirogue presents a different perspective on immigration. The film follows a small fishing boat captain and 30 desperate travelers hoping for better lives over a long, treacherous journey to Spain. Tickets .
Ohio State professor Sultana Nahar has given more than astrophysics research to the scientific community, as she’s worked to bring higher education to women and children in underdeveloped countries. More .
Every day starts the same for UniPrint’s Plant Manager Jim Strapp … in his personal gym by 4:20 a.m. for a 60-minute workout. His treadmill, stationary bike and free weight routines help him start each day strong.
“When I get to work, I’m ready to go,” Jim said. “Off and running every day. It’s the nature of who I am. Working out gives me the push, the energy.”
“Part of my role is to make sure our products get out the door on time, and that equates to me walking through the plant all day, moving...
The American Association of University Women is a national organization founded in 1881, now with about a thousand branches across the country, with about 800 at the university level. It advocates for a range of issues, including education, leadership and economic justice for women. AAUW at Ohio State began meeting in fall 2016 but officially became registered as a student organization spring 2017. More .
Jan 30 - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. - Hagerty Hall Lion Dance performance, calligraphy demonstration, dance performances, martial arts demo, Chinese music cultural displays, samples of traditional Chinese cuisine. More .
Students from middle and high schools and colleges filled a Columbus theater on Jan. 21 to learn about the history of the African-American women who helped do the math that put Americans in space. More .
Jan 31 - 5:30 p.m. - 110A Hale Hall The Office of Diversity and Inclusion Morrill Scholars Program will host Clarissa Epps, a community organizer with the Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center, for an information session. More .
The Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) is an initiative to begin conversation and celebration of the Asian Pacific American cultures, histories, and identities. Here at The Ohio State University, we observe APAHM in January and mid-February. We want to highlight and share the personal narratives of students, staff, and faculty with this year’s APAHM theme, AHIMSA, meaning compassion and nonviolence, a pillar within Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. Focusing on compassion, we ask you to reflect on your life – What does ahimsa look like to you? How can ahimsa inform the way you create and reconcile relationships? How will...