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Ohio State Buckeyes National Champions
     
 

National Champions on and off the field

Ohio State’s football team overcame a significant amount of adversity to earn its eighth national championship by defeating Oregon 42-20 in the inaugural college football championship.

The 2002 football champions showed their support before the game, and Ohio State fans demonstrated their passion for the university by defeating Oregon fans in the Bucks vs. Ducks Giving Challenge.

The victory buoyed the university community and provided another example of how being a Buckeye and achieving success go hand in hand. It has brought more attention to the ways Ohio State is winning championships in the classroom as well.

The university will celebrate the football championship with a free event at Ohio Stadium on January 24.

 
     
     
 

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The Long Walk begins

First-year Buckeyes

This year, Ohio State welcomed one of the most outstanding first-year classes in university history. Meet 16 members of the Class of 2018, and hear in their own words what they have found in their short time at Ohio State.

 
 

The truth about men and ‘selfies’

The truth about men and selfies

The picture isn’t pretty for guys who post a lot of selfies on social media sites like Facebook and Instagram. A new Ohio State study showed that men who posted more online photos of themselves than others scored higher on measures of narcissism and psychopathy.

 
 

Winter wondercampus

Winter wondercampus

Ohio State’s campus is a sight to see at any time of the year, but it takes on an extra special look when covered with a light coat of snow. The Columbus campus had its first snowfall and photographers were there to chronicle the beauty.

 
 

Paying forward: Why #BuckeyesGive

Paying forward

“Privileges conferred by education carry a profound responsibility to others,” reflects Archie Griffin, president/CEO of the Alumni Association. Read his thoughts on volunteering and service, then get involved through the association’s new Office of Volunteer Relations.

 
 

Showing support: Tim Heron

Tim Heron

Although he grew up and attended college in eastern Pennsylvania, Timothy E. Heron dedicated his entire four-decade career to Ohio State. He spent the first 28 years teaching special education, then retired to become an instructor with the flight education program. Heron continues to stay connected to the university through a scholarship fund he and his wife, Marge, set up in 2004.

 
     
 
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Accomplishments and points of pride
 
High Points

Six faculty inducted as fellows. Six Ohio State faculty were selected by their peers in 2014 as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, including Bruce McPheron, dean of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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Michigan State Spartans supporting the Buckeye National Championship victory

 
     
 
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