Saturday (Campus move-in day)
An Ohio Welcome Leader carrying a 40 lb. box of My Little Ponies didn't sign up for this.
The weird roommate brought curtains.
A dad spent a full hour in the Schottenstein team shop.
Students who worked out twice last year said they missed the RPAC.
A freshman's parents decided they just might stay in the dorm tonight.
A girls' quad discovered they had 6 copies of Mean Girls between them.
A freshman asked where "off-campus" is.
And noone ay Canes was sobers - we rprted live frim rasinC Ane.
OSU Student Wellness was unsure of what small, cheap, disposable item to distribute at the involvement fair.
And upperclassmen across campus agreed that the involvement fair was super fun.
Ohio State's coaches were disappointed in Bradley Roby's open bar tackling.
President Alutto absolutely killed it at convocation.
Ohio State introduced a new on-campus hard hat and steel toe shoes requirement for students.
Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, vice president for student life, was wondering who the president is.
The Ohio Union Activities Board announced its next event would be revealed via an 18-month international bloodsport scavenger hunt.
And the weird roommate "pinky promised" to be less immature this year.
Economics majors insisted that nothing at Buck-i-frenzy is actually free.
And TAs across campus were hoping for at least a few hot students.
Wednesday (First day of classes)
The syllabus was longer than the textbook.
Crime brief: A student took a photo of class notes with an iPad.
OSU Student Wellness announced it would begin a condom recycling program.
An investigative report found that an incoming freshman is unfortunately named Erin Craft.
An abnormal psychology professor was as weird as you would expect.
And President Alutto was unsure if he was supposed to ask the students to take pictures together or how does that work exactly.
A professor who takes points off for small errors handed out a 2011 syllabus.
Editorial: Morrill Commons is more like Immorrill Commons.
And students were excited to celebrate the possibility of dying young at the Band Perry welcome week concert.
Les Wexner bought the naming rights to whatever was left.
A second-year junior had the nerve to call himself a junior.
President Alutto announced "We forgot to put the wells in."
And so far the only thing shared among quad roommates was hatred.
Alarms across campus were set for noon.
And Nick Swisher secretly hoped he would be sent down to the Clippers.
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