A year that changed our world
Explore the lessons and legacy of 1968 through the stories of alumni and faculty who were on campus during that pivotal year.
The events of 1968, both at Ohio State and across the nation, were extraordinary.
Evans describes the aftermath of the April 26, 1968, protest at Ohio State and how he reflects on his role in it, 50 years later.
An alumna recalls her role in a 1968 protest in the wake of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.
Revisit an unforgettable weekend in 1968 when Marty Radtke was giving birth to twins and Mike Radtke was playing for the Buckeyes.
Will you recognize a classmate or professor in this film of a protest on the Oval in 1968?
View an episode of "Columbus Neighborhoods" about Columbus in the Vietnam War era, featuring commentary from alumnus and retired administrator Bill Shkurti.
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the events of 1968 that shaped both Ohio State and the nation, we’re dedicating this edition’s letters to the editors to voices from that year.
Simone Drake, a scholar of culture and literature, lays out her vision for the future of the Department of African and African American Studies, which was forged in the civil rights movement of the 1960s.
Louis Maraj, a professor of English and alumnus of Ohio State, discusses the evolution of the language of protest and why technology demands we think skeptically and critically about the messages we receive every day.
Legendary Buckeyes quarterback Rex Kern recounts what it was like to be in college, playing football for Woody Hayes in 1968 when the world outside was tumultuous and at times tragic.