A look at the many ways Ohio State works to tackle cancer and the role of its new $750 million James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.
Batter up! It takes great hitting to win the World Series. Could optometry research at Ohio State uncover the subtleties of a better batting average?
After contracting necrotizing fasciitis and losing both of his legs, Blake Haxton had to make new plans for his future. He found his starting point at Ohio State.
As a pediatric critical care specialist at Texas Children’s Hospital, Dr. Jeanine Graf works to give newborns, children and adolescents a chance to cheat death and start life.
An Ohio State alumnus and former faculty member has remained involved with his alma mater and continues to pay forward.
The Alumni Club of Greater Washington, D.C. has helped open the door of opportunity for one first-year engineering student.
When his owners learned that this special bull mastiff had a heart defect, they found treatment at the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center, thanks to a partnership with Nationwide Children's Hospital and the Wexner Medical Center.
Ohio State's journalism program has been covering the news for a century. Today, The Lantern regularly draws awards for the paper itself and for its student journalists. Learn about the experiences of Ohio State's journalism alumni, and where their have careers led them.
Alumni are invited to provide input on the university and the alumni experience by participating in this new online forum.
Learn about the life events of fellow Ohio State alums or submit an announcement of your own news.