Gymnasiums, theaters, auditoriums, schools, and gun ranges alike all have a need for acoustical panels to assist in sound management. These panels make a significant difference in the reverberation of sound. But not every panel has the same acoustical properties.
Walk into a clothing store and you'll surely see a scarf on display somewhere. They keep us warm, act as a flexible accessory for any outfit, and sometimes have a dual function in our religious or cultural affiliations. However, what you may not know is that scarves have been worn for centuries, dating all the way back to the Ancient Egyptians.
Interview conducted by Matt Goodwin, text by Brittani Rable, and filmed by Zach Thayer Chris Bartl's relationship with powerlifting began in his high school days. Although he fell out of touch with it during his time as a personal trainer, he reacquainted himself with the sport later in adulthood.
Last Call Trivia
If you're part of a corporate work environment, you're familiar with the phrase " team building." For some, this means ropes course high up in the trees or age-old communication exercises paired with trust falls. However, these aren't the only ways to encourage a dynamic and successful team relationship.
Who said studying had to be boring? Of course, if you're one who enjoys "studying" for Trivia Night, you probably love watching documentaries and listening to the increasingly popular media format of podcasts.
These tips and tricks will help you promote your Trivia Night or weekly event. Spread the word across multiple social platforms with success!
Some of our favorite characters on television are the famous nerds who provide us with comic relief, fun factoids, and catchy phrases.
Ohio. Find it Here. (State Tourism Department)
Bibliophiles everywhere know the unparalleled feeling of walking into a bookstore; of being surrounded by the comforting smell of book pages and soothing routine of walking the aisles. Maybe your favorite genre is science fiction, and the one or two aisles filled with robots, aliens, and genetically modified creatures seems like heaven to you.
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Ohio State Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The Return of Bern In 2009, Dr. Bern Kohler left Columbus for Bozeman, Montana and now, seven years later, he's returned to the buckeye state. Born in Chicago, Dr. Kohler traveled a great deal growing up, spending a good portion of his time in the New England area.
It's no secret that Ohio State alumni go out into the world to do great things. The alumni of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry truly make a difference in their communities and represent the Department with the utmost dignity. One such alumni is Brandon Henderson. Brandon graduated with a B.S.