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"Arecibo O-H-I-O"

Ohio State's "Big Ear" Radio Telescope was one of the most historic in the world, but the Arecibo Radio Telescope is still the largest and most sensitive. Left to right: Sheldon Schafer, B.S. Astronomy 1970; Pim Vermaat; Mike Davis (retired Director, Arecibo Radio Observatory); Mary Ann Schafer

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"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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