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Public schools with the highest paid presidents and administrators are pushing their students down into the deepest debt, with a “1 Percent” divide pushing school executives’ salaries up as tuition is increased -- The Ohio State University was listed as the "most unequal" school in the country.  (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Universities With Highest-Paid Administrators Have Worst Student Loan Debts

Public schools with the highest paid presidents and administrators are pushing their students down into the deepest debt, with a “1 Percent” divide pushing school executives’ salaries up as tuition is increased — The Ohio State University was listed as the “most unequal” school in the country.

05/22/2014

Violent video games encourage negative racial attitudes and thoughts, with white game players displaying stronger implicit and explicit aggressive attitudes toward blacks when they play as black characters. (Photo credit should read TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Violent Video Games Encourage Racist, Aggressive Attitudes Toward Blacks

Violent video games encourage negative racial attitudes and thoughts, with white game players displaying stronger implicit and explicit aggressive attitudes toward blacks when they play as black characters.

03/21/2014

Cleveland welcomed 3 new coaches in 2013; (L-R) Terry Francona, Rob Chudzinski and Mike Brown (Photo credit: David Maxwell and Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Top 10 Cleveland Sports Stories From 2013

As Cleveland sports fans, there are 2 things we are use to … change and controversies.

92.3 The Fan–12/12/2013

Ohio State University began planning cultural sensitivity training for then-president Gordon Gee after he made comments jabbing Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools last December, according to email records released Wednesday by the university. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

OSU Planned Sensitivity Training After Then-President’s SEC, Catholic Comments

Ohio State University began planning cultural sensitivity training for then-president Gordon Gee after he made comments jabbing Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools last December, according to email records released Wednesday by the university.

11/13/2013

File photo of an obese man.  (Credit: Thinkstock)

Study: Older Adults Live Longer If They Keep Their Weight Stable

According to a recent study, overweight people in their 50s who kept their weight stable had better survival rates than average-weight people whose weight slightly increased over the next 15 years of their lives.

09/22/2013

Coyotes are thriving in large numbers in cities like Chicago and can lure larger predators to town. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Study: Coyotes Thriving In Cities, Luring Larger Predators

Urban coyotes thriving in city settings could lure larger predators to a town near you.

10/05/2012

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Ohio State Reports 46 Minor NCAA Violations

Some will look at the 46 secondary violations committed by Ohio State across 21 sports over the last year and see the athletic department having more trouble abiding by NCAA rules.

05/18/2012

Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith / (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

OSU President Unhappy Buckeyes In Trouble With NCAA Again, Critical Of AD In Letter

Ohio State President Gordon Gee expressed disappointment in athletic director Gene Smith for not properly monitoring the actions of a booster who got several Buckeyes football players into trouble with the NCAA.

92.3 The Fan–11/10/2011

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Ohio St: Reduction Of 5 Football Scholarships

Ohio State University says it’s reducing its football scholarships by five over three years as part of a self-imposed punishment in response to allegations about a booster’s misdeeds.

92.3 The Fan–11/10/2011