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The Columbus Dispatch

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Q&A with Sophie Chatas

$6,000, Wolfe Associates; First runner-up female scholar-athlete, 4.0 GPA...

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All Things Avalanche

1 day ago ... He is third in all-time penalty minutes, behind Tiger Williams (3,966) and Dale Hunter (3,563). Max Domi is 5-10 and thinner, but his game is ......

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The beat goes on

Mar 9, 2008 ... OSU Press resurrects obscure works by William S. Burroughs. Life ... If Bennett and his colleague, Geoff Smith, head of OSU's Rare Books and ......

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House market

40 David St.; IAG Ltd.; $225,000...

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House market

6522 State Route 229; Ruth A. Robson; $107,000...

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Glory days

Aug 14, 2008 ... Writing in Baseball America in 2001, Geoff Wilson noted that ... arriving in the 1990s with outfielder Bernie Williams, catcher Jorge Posada, ......

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Theater review | ‘All the Great Books (Abridged)’ silly and fun

All the Great Books (Abridged) follows in the tradition of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and its many successors in taking an irreverent look at as many literary works as it can fit into about 100 minutes. The final production of Actors’ Theatre’s season is held over two...

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Foreign students will pay extra fee

Undergraduate international students will pay considerably more next year to attend Ohio State University....

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Next steps for Port Columbus: bus route, Europe

A plan rolled out yesterday to help chart the future of Port Columbus is designed to enhance an entity that is considered vital to the region’s continued economic growth. Hopes are centered on flights to Europe, creating a transportation hub and planting the seeds for a development district around the...

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Hilltop businessman removes blighted houses near shop

James Patton has run the wallpaper distribution company that bears his name on gritty S. Central Avenue for three decades. It’s a successful business, one Patton said he is protecting by buying up nearby vacant and abandoned houses in the eastern part of the Hilltop neighborhood. He’s bought six houses...

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Theater review | All the Great Books (Abridged): Silliness a bit hard for readers to digest

All the Great Books (Abridged) follows in the tradition of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and its many successors in taking an irreverent look at as many literary works as about 100 minutes can fit. The conceit of the raucous Actors’ Theatre of Columbus two-act, directed by Geoff...

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Blue Jackets notebook | Capable Karlsson ready to fill in, team says

NEW YORK — The way Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards describes William Karlsson’s game — “very responsible defensively, decent offensive skills, smart player” — he could easily be talking about center Alexander Wennberg....

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HUD dumps problems

Jun 9, 2009 ... By By Geoff Dutton THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH • Tuesday June 9, ... any money on this project," said partner William C. McMenamy Jr. "It cost ......

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Ohio State considers tuition increase

Ohio State University leaders started discussions yesterday on a possible tuition increase, but they won’t know until June how much the state will let them raise in-state costs. State lawmakers are still sorting out their two-year budget, including tuition caps that would limit increases at all public universities in Ohio....