O-H-I-O Share your pride

"Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico"

Katie Mika, junior at the main campus, used the Mayan Ruins at Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico as the backdrop for an impromptu "O-H-I-O". Katie formed the "H" with a little help from her brother Joey, mom Maureen, and dad Joe (1991, DDS).

Labels: Alumni, Current students, Families, Latin America/Caribbean

"O-H-I-O" archive

It started out as a simple football cheer. But today, "O-H-I-O" means the whole package: strong athletic traditions, major school spirit, academic achievements, and outreach efforts.

Gameday O-H-I-O

Fans, band members, and even Brutus showed their Buckeye pride outside the Shoe before the Ohio State v. Minnesota game (Oct. 24, 2009).

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