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Of Tressel, ‘Bang Bang’ and Multimedia Journalism–Closing Out the Year at Ohio State

June 5, 2011

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Life is full of surprises. Last April I could not have been more surprised when School of Communication director Dr. Carroll Glynn wrote me a one sentence email that changed my life: “Would you like to teach full-time at Ohio State?”  I had been teaching one class at OSU (my beloved magazine writing) for six […]

Harnessing the Ties That Bind

February 15, 2011

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I left my life in horse racing behind when I quit working at the United States Trotting Association and joined the community that is Ohio State University. But thank goodness my horse racing life didn’t leave me. On Monday in my magazine writing class, we had a video conference visit from Charles Leerhsen, who has […]

Smarter Than Me

November 18, 2010

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Jake Parillo of Google visited Ohio State earlier this quarter and said he left a prior job for a great reason: “I was tired of being the smartest person in the room,” he said. “That doesn’t happen at Google.” It doesn’t happen at Ohio State either, and I love it. This week we started with […]