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News and information for the Student Life family of The Ohio State University, distributed every other Friday. Submit material by noon Tuesday to Dave Isaacs (.84)
Student Life Energy Management and Sustainability and Ohio State Athletics are working with Nike to recycle sneakers. Between now and Wednesday, April 25, you can drop off any pair of worn-out sneakers at orange drop boxes located in Blackburn House, Morrill Tower, Smith-Steeb Hall, Residence on Tenth, Younkin Success Center and the RPAC. Worn-out sneakers and unused manufacturing scrap are ground up and transformed into a material that can be used in high-performance sports surfaces. More information is online.
When a Buckeye Alert is issued for the Columbus campus, a pop-up message will appear on your Student Life issued computer (including desktops and laptops.) This newly adopted technology has already been downloaded, so you do not need to take action to receive these important alerts. The message will appear on your screen for five minutes or until you click “acknowledge.” You can sign up for Buckeye Alert texts and Public Safety notice emails online
Traffic and Transportation
The Buck-I-Run 5k will occur tonight (4/13) from 8:30 – 9:30 p.m. During this time, rolling closures will occur along Tuttle Park Place, between Annie and John Glenn Avenue and Woody Hayes Drive. Delays will occur at the intersections of John Herrick Drive and Neil Avenue, Neil Avenue and 12th Avenue as well as College Road and 12th Avenue when runners travel across roadways onto sidewalks. Traffic and CABS service delays are anticipated. More information is online.
In addition, CABS campus routes will not operate tomorrow (4/14) from 10 a.m. until two hours after the Spring Football game. A free football shuttle runs from the Mount Hall loop on West Campus to the Sisson Footbridge, west of the Olentangy River from 10 a.m. until one hour after the game.