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"OHIO in front of the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan"

Bol Aweng (OSU '08) and Jok Dau (OSU 08) fled as six-year-olds and were a part of a group of 35,000 refugees children who became known as the Lost Boys of Sudan. They have raised over $190,000 and built a maternal and child health clinic in their village of Piol.

Labels: Africa, Alumni

"O-H-I-O" archive

It started out as a simple football cheer. But today, "O-H-I-O" means the whole package: strong athletic traditions, major school spirit, academic achievements, and outreach efforts.

Gameday O-H-I-O

Fans, band members, and even Brutus showed their Buckeye pride outside the Shoe before the Ohio State v. Minnesota game (Oct. 24, 2009).

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