January 2018

woman and girl harvesting vegetables in a garden

Harvesting for health

In this garden, there is no cancer. There is no medulloblastoma or acute lymphoblastic leukemia. There is no talk of radiation or transplants or sickness or other terrible things.

Thanks to Ohio State partnerships, caring volunteers and Buckeyes paying forward to further cancer research and patient wellbeing, The Garden of Hope program is paving the way to better cancer recovery.


Ohio State serves

young men and women standing in uniform

This university and gracious Buckeyes give back to veterans in myriad ways. From education and legal assistance, fostering vast support systems, housing solutions and more, see how Ohio State serves those who have served.


Addressing an epidemic

Alina Sharafutdinova sitting in a red chair

Alina Sharafutdinova is one of the latest recipients of the President's Prize. Thanks to generous philanthropic contributions, she'll spend her first year after graduation addressing the opioid crisis and making a positive impact in her community.


Buckeyes through your eyes: #MyOhioState

red hearts hanging in trees

Buckeye hearts hang in the trees on the Wexner Medical Center plaza this heart month to help raise awareness about heart disease.

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