Columbus, OH Original
Independent feature film “They/Them/Us” is only the beginning of a new and growing local film industry in Columbus. Credit: Sam Chase | Lantern File Photo. Independent feature film “They/Them/Us” is only the beginning of a new and growing local film industry in Columbus.
Indie artist Angela Perley released her new song, “Here For You” Sept. 30, which is available on all music streaming platforms. Credit: Sophie Yates | Lantern Reporter. Columbus native and indie artist Angela Perley said the city has welcomed her unique music style with open arms.
Ohio State wrestling head coach Tom Ryan raises his fist after then-sophomore Gavin Hoffmann won his match during the Ohio State-Rutgers matchup on Jan. 24. Ohio State won 19-14. Credit: Mackenzie Shanklin | Photo Editor.
(left to right) Casey Kuhlman as Nina, Devin Reeves as Arkadina and Jamie Harper as Trigorin in the Ohio State Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts’ production of “The Seagull.” Credit: Courtesy of J. Briggs Cormier.
Greek Shriek! will feature music, food and 20 events such as painting, crafts and carnival-like games. Credit: Courtesy of Greek Shriek!. Beware of ghouls and goblins on the South Oval Wednesday from 5:30-7 p.m. as Greek Shriek! kicks off.
“Gloriously Wild,” painted by artist Angela Gage, is one of the many works on display at “Best of Ohio Plein Air Society.” Credit: Courtesy of Angela Gage. The Ohio Plein Air Society aims to celebrate the talent of its artists and the beauty of Ohio in its latest exhibition.
This video is about a State Park and Campground located east of Columbus, Ohio in Newport, Ohio. We will share beautiful views and our personal experiences here at Dillon State Park and Campground. We enjoy camping, so we will also share some laughs with you. Thank You for Watching! We hope you enjoy the video. ~Onelove Vic and Kerin
Canvas Collective Art is an LGBTQ-owned gender-neutral apparel company based in Columbus. Credit: Courtesy of Phillip Simpson. October commemorates LGBTQ+ History Month, shining a spotlight on local queer-owned businesses.
Auditorium at Gateway Film Center, located at 1550 N. High St. Credit: Courtesy of Jason Tostevin. A festival made specifically for fright fanatics has returned to the Gateway Film Center.
The Ohio Union was in use from 1951 to 2007 after students petitioned for a union where men and women could have equal access. Credit: The Lantern Archives. Ohio State is an evolving giant — and alumni who return to campus may notice some differences both on and off campus.
Ohio State freshman Shelly Bresnyak prepares to serve the ball during a match. Credit: Courtesy of Alex Goldenshtein. In August 2019, Ohio State women’s tennis assistant coach Adam Cohen traveled to Tel Aviv, Israel, to watch a potential recruit practice at the Israeli National Tennis Center.
Students and parents attend multiple events throughout Parents and Family Weekend at Ohio State. Credit: Courtesy of Dave Isaacs. Everyone better be on their best behavior this weekend, as parents will be roaming the campus.
Students at Ronin Training Center, located at 1012 W 3rd Ave, pictured listening intently during a class. Credit: Courtesy of Ronin Training Center. For those who want to take on the world of martial arts, learn how to defend themselves or simply get in shape, a Columbus fitness center offers an array of practices.
One of the paintings featured in “Quiet Settling” that depicts an Icelandic house encased in volcanic ash. Credit: Courtesy of Christopher Burk. Columbus-based artist Christopher Burk aims to push the boundaries of landscape painting in his new exhibition, “Quiet Settling.”
Columbus is a city that offers a lot to many people. Many people have called the city home over the years, including some pretty famous ones. There is a decently long list to go through, but this will just be a quick look at some of the famous people who have called the city home at some point.
We all believe we know the person we are living with, at least we would like to think we do. So many horror movies have been made about the crazy roommate but unfortunately, one girl got to live out that movie. In Johnston, New York on February 14th was called out for a wellness check for 62-year-old Patricia Barter. The officers came in and spoke with her two roommates Stephanie Hillburn and Deborah Eglin but just like a movie, the officers noticed the two women getting nervous so he requested to speak to Barter. The officer searched the house only to find Barter’s lifeless body in her bed. Supposedly Barter had died of an accidental overdose the week of February 4th but her death was not reported to authorities. Barter’s roommates moved her body into her bedroom and just left her there as they went on through their daily lives.
Not only is Columbus the "Discovery City" but it's also the city where visitors can "discover" some of the weirdest laws.(Shane/Unsplash) Columbus, OH — Like many football fans, I've always wanted to attend a Buckeyes home game. After all, The Horseshoe is the most iconic stadium in college football. Before visiting any new city, however, I usually familiarize myself with its basic laws.
Gun violence has been terrorizing our country for decades now but in the past year, the Gun Violence Archive suggests that 2021 could be the worst year for gun violence the U.S. has seen in decades. From January 1st to September 15th more than 14,500 people were killed due to gun violence. As of right now at is putting gun violence at 1300 more casualties since 2020 but we also must remember that the world stood still for a bit due to the pandemic. During that time crime was at an all-time low for the United States. That still doesn’t excuse the monumental rise in crime since then. Just in late August, there were headlines in Columbus Ohio, News for five deaths, and plenty of others injured in a casual Saturday shooting.