Diversity at OSU

This week, I went to the Diversity in STEM event at the Journalism building to learn how to be an effective community member as well as an effective leader and role model for future students and generations to come. To…

Seminar -- "The Mathematics of Partisan Gerrymandering"

This Sunday after our fall break I had the fortunate opportunity to be able to attend the College of Arts and Sciences wonderful ‘Science Sunday’ Seminars on the the topic of Mathematics and Gerrymandering, one of the most complex, disheartening…

Campus Resource -- Thompson Library Workshop

Last week, I was fortunate enough to attend one of Thompson Library’s Workshops on the importance of analyzing and determining the credibility of select sources and journals, from fact checking to data analysis. Thompson Library hosts many workshops, however, most…

Student Organizations--MSE Club

Being a Materials Science Engineer, it is increasingly difficult to find student organizations that I can truly involve myself in–being such a small major, it is very easy to feel left out of a lot of the big engineering clubs…

Academic Support

Seeking help within the Learning Resouce Center was surprisingly refreshing. A big problem I’ve been encountering so far throughout my OSU experience is the assumption that I know how things are supposed to work in terms of formalities, procedures. For…

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