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In the early weeks of the pandemic, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Dr Amy Acton briefly became celebrities as quarantined Ohioans tuned in every day at 2 to get the latest on "DeWine Time."

April 28, 2020- Senior Crawl 2020 was lightly attended with just a few temporarily reopened bars serving carryout drinks. Social distancing was less than CDC recommendations. The Class of 2020 will do with the loss of their final semester of campus life, most of their friends scattered to distant homes, no going-away parties, no farewell hugs, no final handshakes, and an on-line graduation.

Marathon by moonlight.


Student partying has been largely undeterred by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the mass civil rights protests that followed the murder of African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis May 25, campus was firmly on the side of police victims.

High St saw numerous clashes between police and protesters. In the wake of violent police attacks on protesters downtown on May 30, parties unknown tagged, vandalized, and looted several properties along High St.