A couture dress in a thrift store, a story about race
A thrift store debutante gown turns out to be a creation by Ann Lowe, the first Black designer and maker of Jacqueline Kennedy’s wedding dress. Behind the exquisite stitchery, a tale of race and daunting odds.
1973: Ohio State's First Black Brutus Leaves Lasting Legacy
When Keith Burkes sprinted into the Block “O” office in 1973 to turn in his hastily written paper moments before the deadline, he was unaware that he was about to reinvent Brutus Buckeye in more ways than one.
Computer science and engineering student Jourdan Jones-Peoples has been named one of four 2020-21 MLK Schol
Computer science and engineering student Jourdan Jones-Peoples has been named one of four 2020-21 Martin Luther King, Jr., Scholars at The Ohio State University.