A green house sits high atop a parking garage at Ohio State University.
Explore the history of the Columbus Metropolitan Library and Ohio State University.
Charlene Brown visits Sloopy’s Diner to talk with OSU President Michael Drake, Provost Bruce McPheron and historian David Staley about Ohio State’s legacy and land-grant mission. Photos courtesy of OSU Archives
Remember Larry’s, that iconic OSU bar on High Street where beer flowed for beat poets and PhDs alike? Take a look at the gathering places in the University District as we go behind the scenes at the Ohio History Connection.
Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector (1882–1973) enrolled at The Ohio State University in 1901 and was one of the first female architects in Ohio. She was also the only female architect practicing in Central Ohio between 1900 and 1930. Kenyon Hayden Rector was active in the women’s suffrage movement on local and national levels.