Demonstration by Students for Justice in Palestine outlines demands for university
Students for Justice in Palestine strewed fake bloodied bodies and laid across the floor of the Ohio Union Wednesday afternoon, protesting “the lack of response from OSU administration.”
Football: Harrison hauls in two Big Ten Awards, Stover earns Tight End of the Year
Marvin Harrison Jr. won the Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first Ohio State receiver to receive the honor. Credit: Zachary Rilley | Lantern File Photo.
From parking lot to park: New community space Gravity Experience Park to open Friday
A landscape architecture rendering of Gravity Experience Park, which is set to open Friday. Credit: Courtesy of GRA+D Architects. After months of delay, the highly anticipated Gravity Experience Park will open Friday in the Franklinton Arts District, providing Columbus residents with their own adult playground.
Columbus Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Fatal Shooting in Parking Dispute
Columbus, Ohio - In a solemn courtroom session on Wednesday, Judge Mark Serrott sentenced 33-year-old Johnnie Wappner to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 21 years for the murder of his 32-year-old neighbor, Marcus Deloney. The tragic incident occurred on September 21, 2022, in the Sharon Heights area of Columbus, during a heated argument over a parking spot outside a duplex.
This restaurant in Columbus, Ohio offers an all-you-can-eat buffet 6 days a week
A restaurant in Columbus offers an AYCE lunch buffet 6 days a week. Are you a fan of Indian cuisine? If the answer is yes, you might want to check out the restaurant Mehak Indian Kitchen & Bar, which is located in Columbus at 5720 Cleveland Ave. According to Mehak's social media account, the restaurant serves an AYCE lunch buffet, which is offered every day of the week except for Tuesday.
This Place in Bexley Offers Unique and Hearty Pizzas: A Closer Look at Bexley Pizza Plus's Menu
Bexley Pizza Plus has a diverse menu with a wide variety of delicious pizzas to cater to different tastes. The restaurant is known for its delicious and diverse pizzas. Here are some menu highlights:
Women’s Basketball: A lethal trio of hair, nails and basketball
The No. 15 Ohio State women’s basketball team celebrates on the bench during a 108-58 win over IUPUI at The Schottenstein Center Nov. 12. Credit: Aiden Ridgeway | Lantern Photographer.
This Place in Bexley Offers Unique and Flavorful Brassica Fries
I recently visited Brassica in Bexley, a popular restaurant in Columbus. It's known for its delicious food and great service. This place is amazing! The atmosphere is inviting and the staff is so friendly. And let me tell you, the food is absolutely incredible. Both locals and visitors love it. Customers love the restaurant for its delicious food, fast service, and comfortable seating, even when it's crowded. The parking at Brassica in Bexley is convenient and adds to the positive dining experience.
This Place in Bexley Offers the Delicious Chicken Tikka Masala in the City
I went to ABB Indian Restaurant in Bexley and they have a wide variety of Indian dishes. It's popular among families, couples, and solo travelers. Tripadvisor reviews show a variety of experiences, with people talking about the food, service, ambiance, and value for money. I've analyzed the reviews and here's a summary:
This Place in Bexley is Offering a Trendy Twist on Italian Cuisine
Piada Italian Street Food in Bexley is a cool place with a mix of modern and creative food. It's popular with all kinds of people, like hipsters, families, and professionals. The restaurant in Bexley brings an innovative twist to Italian dining, adapting to the vibrant food scene.
Furniture Bank of Central Ohio provides opportunity for students to donate furniture to families in need
The Furniture Bank of Central Ohio picks up furniture donations free of charge to provide to families experiencing life crises. Credit: Sophie Malynn| Lantern Reporter. In addition to thrift stores and Facebook Marketplace, December graduates moving out of Columbus can donate excess furniture to the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio.
Students work at Agápe Automation, advance Donatos Pizza’s technology
Donatos Pizza and Agápe Automation Founder Jim Grote chats with software engineering consultant and third-year electrical engineering student Hayden Frea. Grote and Frea share a patent for the Sm^rt Saucer, an automated pizza saucing device. Credit: Courtesy of The Ohio State University.
How international athletes deal with homesickness
Sophomore center Felix Okpara, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, warming up for the Buckeyes game against Central Michigan Wednesday. Credit: Caleb Blake | Photo Editor. The history and reputation of Ohio State athletics draws in recruits and athletes from around the world, many of whom hope to continue their journey at the professional level.
Winterfair brings some of the country's best artisans to Columbus
Are you looking to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list? Then head to Winterfair. It welcomes dozens of artists who create ceramics, jewelry, glass works, and much more. Here are a few of the vendors you can discover at this year’s show:
Homeowners facing foreclosure must avoid these lending tactics
The U.S. median home price is hovering around $391,800, according to property data provider ATOM. Paying a mortgage is tough due to higher interest rates and paying inflated prices on necessities like groceries. During October 2023, foreclosure filings nationally were down 6.03% from September but still up 6.47% from 2022.
Men’s Basketball: Buckeyes win fifth straight, beat Central Michigan 88-61
Sophomore guard Bruce Thornton (2) works around Central Michigan’s Shaedon Simpson in the paint. The Buckeyes won 88-61 Wednesday at Value City Arena behind Thornton’s 25-point night. Credit: Caleb Blake | Photo Editor.
O’Charley’s Closes 2 Restaurants in Columbus
According to Yahoo! News, O’Charley’s restaurants has shut down two additional locations, this time in Columbus following the closures of four spots in Ohio last August. O'Charley's, which is based in Nashville, has closed its Westerville-area restaurant at 285 Cleveland Avenue and its Grove City location at 1657 Stringtown Road.
Opinion: Could this season determine Holtmann’s future with the Buckeyes?
Head coach Chris Holtmann calls out a play during Ohio State-Merrimack game Nov. 15. Ohio State won 76-52 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Caleb Blake | Photo Editor. Now in his seventh season leading the Buckeyes, men’s basketball head coach Chris Holtmann has come to a standstill after leading Ohio State to its worst season record last year (16-19) since 1997-98, and it was not able to advance to the NCAA postseason.
Football: Eichenberg, Burke among 2023 All-Big Ten defensive honorees
Ready to defend Michigan’s powerful run-heavy offense, J.T. Tuimoloau (44), Tommy Eichenberg (35), Sonny Styles (6) and Ty Hamilton (58) are lined up in the trenches. The Buckeyes fell to the Wolverines 30-24 Saturday at the Big House. Credit: Caleb Blake | Photo Editor.
Noise Ctrl to headline Rambling House Saturday, bring hard-rock-disco-pop blend to the stage
(Left to right) Cameron Howard, Kenny Thompson and Brad Friedman make up hard-rock-disco-pop band Noise Ctrl. Credit: Clinton Blake. Local band Noise Ctrl will play alongside fellow Columbus band, A Tiger Made of Lightning, Saturday at Rambling House.