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The Ohio State University

Author: Raimund E. Goerler
ISBN: 9780814254547
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Raimund E. Goerler, acclaimed archivist and historian, has written the definitive guidebook to the history of The Ohio State University, one of the world's largest universities and a prominent land-grant institution. Using a topical strategy--ranging widely through critical events in OSU's history, vignettes of prominent alumni, and stories of well known campus buildings, historic sites, presidents, student life, traditions, and athletics--The Ohio State University: An Illustrated History is the first one-volume history of the University to appear in more than fifty years. Always entertaining and consistently informative, the book is lavishly illustrated with more than 300 rare photographs from the OSU Archives. The Ohio State University: An Illustrated History is a must-have for all who call themselves Buckeyes.

The Ohio State University In The Sixties

Author: William J. Shkurti
Publisher: Trillium
ISBN: 9780814213070
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At 5:30 p.m. on May 6, 1970, an embattled Ohio State University President Novice G. Fawcett took the unprecedented step of closing down the university. Despite the presence of more than 1,500 armed highway patrol officers, Ohio National Guardsmen, deputy sheriffs, and Columbus city police, university and state officials feared they could not maintain order in the face of growing student protests. Students, faculty, and staff were ordered to leave; administrative offices, classrooms, and laboratories were closed. The campus was sealed off. Never in the first one hundred years of the university's existence had such a drastic step been necessary. Just a year earlier the campus seemed immune to such disruptions. President Nixon considered it safe enough to plan an address at commencement. Yet a year later the campus erupted into a spasm of violent protest exceeding even that of traditional hot spots like Berkeley and Wisconsin. How could conditions have changed so dramatically in just a few short months? Using contemporary news stories, long overlooked archival materials, and first-person interviews, The Ohio State University in the Sixties explores how these tensions built up over years, why they converged when they did and how they forever changed the university.

The Ohio State University Cookbook

Author: Jen Elsner
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423634586
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Celebrate the 7-time National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes! Have your own Buckeye fans celebrating in the stands with your pre-game tailgate party foods and treats. The Ohio State University Cookbook recipes will start 'em off with Buckeye Nation Pigs in a Blanket, Buck Chops, and Gold Pants Potato Packets, then warm 'em up with mugs of Scarlet and Gray Hot Cocoa, and finally sweeten the deal with a helping of Red Zone Velvet Shortbread Cookies. These recipes are game winners! Jen Elsner has a passion for cooking and hosting game-day parties. She has a Master's Degree in Professional Writing from the University of Oklahoma and is the author of The University of Oklahoma Cookbook. She lives in Norman, Oklahoma. Julie Metzler is a graduate from The Ohio State University and is a huge Buckeye fan. Julie lives in Sidney, Ohio, with her husband and two daughters.

The Ohio State University District

Author: Emily Foster
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625850328
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What is it like to grow up, live, work, shop and hang out next to one of the nation's largest university campuses? According to firsthand accounts of Ohio State neighbors, life in the University District is entertaining, fascinating and sometimes maddening. Stories range from picnics in the University Woods and chats from porch swings to riots filled with tear gas and zoning wars mired in acrimony. The century of stories in this book reflects the shifting demographics of the district and the struggle against urban decay. Take a stroll with editor Emily Foster as she celebrates the historic homes, landmarks, architecture and collegiate culture that belong to this neighborhood like no other.

Hand To Mouth

Author: Linda Tirado
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0425277976
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Originally published in hardcover in 2014 by G.P. Putnam's Sons.

My Body Is A Book Of Rules

Author: Elissa Washuta
ISBN: 9781597099691
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As Elissa Washuta makes the transition from college kid to independent adult, she finds herself overwhelmed by the calamities piling up in her brain. When her mood-stabilizing medications aren’t threatening her life, they’re shoving her from depression to mania and back in the space of an hour. Her crisis of American Indian identity bleeds into other areas of self-doubt; mental illness, sexual trauma, ethnic identity, and independence become intertwined. Sifting through the scraps of her past in seventeen formally inventive chapters, Washuta aligns the strictures of her Catholic school education with Cosmopolitan’s mandates for womanhood, views memories through the distorting lens of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and contrasts her bipolar highs and lows with those of Britney Spears and Kurt Cobain. Built on the bones of fundamental identity questions as contorted by a distressed brain, My Body Is a Book of Rules pulls no punches in its self-deprecating and ferocious look at human fallibility.

Builders Of Ohio

Author: Warren R. Van Tine
Publisher: Ohio State University Press
ISBN: 9780814209516
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Van Tine and Pierces "Builders of Ohio is composed of twenty-four essays that use biography to explore Ohio's history. Collectively, they provide a historical overview of the state's development from George Croghan's search for fame and fortune on the seventeenth-century frontier through Dave Thomas's more recent creation of a fast-food empire. Each chapter also addresses important events and transformations in the state's history such as: European settlement; Native American resistance; the creation of territorial and state governments; the development of the state's educational and economic institutions; the disruption created by the Civil War; the struggle of African Americans and women to participate in Ohio's public life; efforts to ameliorate the pernicious effects of industrialization; the negotiation of the state's role in a nation increasingly dominated by the federal government; or the ramifications of de-industrialization and rise of a service economy.

Buckeye Rebirth

Author: Bill Rabinowitz
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1623686679
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Ohio State University's remarkable 2012 season--and the beginning of a new era at the Big Ten school—are recalled in this fascinating account. It tells the story of Urban Meyer, who accepted the job as head coach at Ohio State just before the NCAA banned the Buckeyes from postseason play in 2012, rendering them ineligible for the Big Ten Championship and bowl games. Meyer ultimately rose to the challenge of motivating a group of players to commit to the program despite the ban, and the book recounts what turned out to be one of the most remarkable seasons in Ohio State's 123-year history. Filled with never-before-revealed details about Meyer and the 2012 season, this surprising and entertaining record provides a complete picture of the new age at Ohio State.