After former Ohio State President E. Gordon Gee landed in hot water for inappropriately joking about Roman Catholics, Notre Dame and other schools, OSU started making plans for Gee to meet with a counselor for sensitivity training. Ohio State considered having Gee attend a number of two-to-three hour sessions, possibly off-campus in a place unfamiliar to him such as a Buddhist temple or women’s center.
Abercrombie & Fitch officials sought to reassure investors today that the New Albany-based retailer is on its way to turning around the business by closing underperforming stores across all of the company’s chains, launching a new design at its Hollister stores and offering bigger sizes in its clothing.
A television news reporter was intentionally run over by a woman outside her South Side apartment on Tuesday evening, Columbus police said. Steve Levine, a reporter with WSYX-TV (Channel 6), was attempting to interview Terresa E. Peters, 27, behind a home on Neff Avenue when she ran over him with her car and fled about 6:30 p.m., according to police detectives.
Columbus is a finalist for eight NCAA championship events over the next five years, according to the Greater Columbus Sports Commission. The city submitted 30 bids for 13 events in eight sports over multiple years.