In a city of eight million people there are enough alumni bases to make the visit compelling.
I still won't go to Times Square. Would have been cool if they visited Columbia or Fordham, but never Times Square. Never.
No, but I understand and respect what the faculty was trying to do it. I probably would have voted to send the Bucks to the Rose Bowl.
I care less and less about sports outcomes and more and more about academic research and how the University improves the State of Ohio.
If I had to choose, I would gladly give up our blue blood status for college football if it meant The Ohio State University was the #1 public education for undergraduates.
I would prefer both.
It is simple for the University, do not use their image or likeness. Slap a giant block O and Brutus Buckeye on items instead of past student-athletes. Problem solved
Good! He deserves compensation for the use of his image.
A step closer to compensation for student-athletes
Good to read Archie is in full support of this!
Fair enough, but their football team is good enough, including Rose Bowl victories over Iowa and Wisconsin in recent times.
if you are a NFL product, choose Ohio State.
If you are most likely not a NFL player, the Stanford education is above and beyond
I think the methodology places too much emphasis on sports and not academics. They are not even partners
I love the Buckeyes, but I might vote for Stanford in this one. How many Rose Bowls? How many exceptional athletes?
The lack of Stanford on this list is stunning.
You are assuming you cannot find exceptional talent in minority communities or low-Income areas. I do not accept this.
Have the SAT/ACT median or mean fallen at elite schools?
If household income is below 100k and eventually 125k.
sadly, we don't qualify
Meh. Not accurate. "Fake news," if you will
The kids who I know who got into Ivy League schools are exceptional. Test very well and do outstanding extracurriculars
Living in NY, the state schools are cheap, but not exceptional.
I would like to send my kids to Williams, Amherst, Swarthmore, Vassar, etc
Perhaps a little. Many will use it as a safety for Ivies.
I wouldn't be surprised if the rate of students attend goes down
It is hard to rank ( and largely pointless), but if I was to evaluate based on reputation and experience
1) Tier one: Northwestern/
2) Tier Two: Michigan
3) Tier Three: Wisconsin, Illinois
4) Tier Four: Penn State, Maryland, Ohio State , Purdue
5) Tier Five: Minnesota , Indiana, Rutgers, Iowa, Sparty
6)Tier Six: Nebraska
I live out of state and just had my first student go to Ohio State!
It is still a lower tier option for our top students who want a larger public school compared to UCLA, Berkeley, UVA, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Great deal for those who live in-state, especially the Honors program
Sweet moment, but for those of us that took the over, it was tragic.
That one semester at Duke is paying dividends
Good for him. He deserves his new found wealth.
E-mail is social media?
Ugh, Ohio State fans can be the worst at times...
Slow down, buddy.
The NFL, the most popular sport in America, is still awful for the State of Ohio.
The last NFL team to win a playoff game from the State of Ohio is the 1994 Cleveland Browns.
After watching the Browns beat the Patriots in January of 1995, folks eagerly anticipated the release of Windows 95.
Flew back from my grandfather's funeral. Got home when the second field goal was shanked. Got to watched the rest. The world is just.