The spirit issue: 50 years of Sloopy, Brutus’ birthday and other stories.
The anthem that almost wasn't
In 'Hang on Sloopy,’ a professor gave his student the gift of inspiring an Ohio State tradition that has endured for 50 years.
Over the last 50 years, 'Hang on Sloopy' has become synonymous with Ohio State. Read about how Sloopy became a Buckeye.
Fan John Crawford prepping for this week’s Homecoming contest with an incredible home-game streak to his credit.
John Glenn, the first American to see Earth from space, shares his perspective on the Ohio State college that bears his name, the state of politics today and more.
At 84, Coach Earle Bruce remains committed to raising funds for Alzheimer’s research.
Brutus Buckeye, the beloved Ohio State mascot, is turning 50. From his fiberglass days to his dance moves on the field, take a look back in time to celebrate memorable moments from Brutus' 50 years.
Explore similar scenes — some separated by more than 100 years — and see how Ohio State has evolved throughout the years.
Fisher students test whether an energy-harvesting cell phone case can make it in the marketplace.
Former cheerleader Jody Stevenson uses her gifts to teach American Sign Language and pursue an acting career.
Braden Heyd, one of this year’s President’s Affordability Grant recipients, doesn’t want for things to do.
About 100 alumni helped students move in to their residence halls this fall. Talk about bringing back memories.
Sculptor uses brass instruments to create classic image for Ohio State Fair.
Every August, thousands of riders hop on their bikes with one goal: to end cancer. View the social stories of the day from riders, supporters and survivors.
In Buckeye Voices, Pelotonia CEO Doug Ulman talks about the incredible community around Pelotonia and its mission to end cancer.
This ‘Fourth-of-July kind of guy’ — a loyal marching band alum — is Ohio State through and through.
Learn about the life events of fellow Ohio State alums or submit an announcement of your own news.