Columbus, Ohio

What is Columbus, Ohio known for?


record attempt

Francisco and back. The youth has 275 air-hours to his credit, of which thirty-eight hours were of night flying. The record attempt will be made in a four-piece Cessna monoplane powered with a Warner Scarab motor, a far faster ship than that used by Goldsborough. publisher New York Times date July 30, 1930 accessdate 2007-08-21 On August 25, 1930 he set the round-trip transcontinental air speed record for pilots under the age of twenty-one years in his Cessna using a Warner Scarab engine. He flew from Westfield, New Jersey on August 14, 1930 to Los Angeles, California in 4 days with a combined flying time of 29 hours and 55 minutes. He lowered the East to West record by 4 hours and 22 minutes. He then made the return trip from Los Angeles to Roosevelt Airfield in New York in 27 hours and 19 minutes, lowering the West to East record by 1 hour and 36 minutes. His total elapsed time for the round trip was 57 hours and 14 minutes, breaking the preceding record for the round trip. Frank Herbert Goldsborough held the previous record which was 62 hours and 58 minutes. When Eddie landed in New York on August 25, 1930, his first words were to his father: "Hello Pop, I made it." He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


plays home

are a member of the NCAA's Big Ten Conference, and the football team plays home games at Ohio Stadium. The Ohio State (Ohio State Buckeyes)-Michigan (University of Michigan) football game (known colloquially as "The Game") is the final game of the regular season and is played in November each year, alternating between Columbus and Ann Arbor, Michigan. In 2000, ESPN ranked the Ohio State-Michigan game as the greatest rivalry in North American sports. He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


field film

of the weather and the difficulty of playing football when the players can't see the lines on the field; film of the game is often shown during television coverage of their annual meeting (Michigan-Ohio State rivalry) or when histories of either team are compiled. During the game, two brothers, Robert Momsen from Ohio State and Tony Momsen from Michigan, faced off in college football for the first time. '''USS ''Columbus'' (SSN-762)''', a He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


liberal concentration

An example of "cracking" style of gerrymandering. The urban (and mostly liberal) concentration of Columbus, Ohio, located at the center of the map in Franklin County (Franklin County, Ohio), is split into thirds, each segment then attached to—and outnumbered by—largely conservative suburbs. Image:CA 11thCD clip.png California's 11th congressional district drawn to favor its then-Republican incumbent. *In the Marvel Comics universe (Marvel Comics universe), Master


professional+writing

". Life Jack Bickham was born September 2, 1930, in Columbus, Ohio. He was an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma's H.H. Herbert School of Journalism in Norman, Oklahoma, from 1969 to 1972, associate professor from 1972 to 1979, and full professor in 1979. He directed the annual short course on professional writing from 1973 to 1990. Bickham received the rank of David Ross Boyd Professor, the highest honor the University can bestow for teaching excellence. He


important discovery

and Development Center in 1965 and entered a period in which it thrived with increased funding and new breakthroughs, such as Lowell "Skip" Nault's immensely important discovery of a teosinte in Mexico that could be crossed with corn to make it more resistant to disease in 1979. I * '''Iron Triangle (The):''' An area near downtown Fostoria (Fostoria, Ohio) in northwest Ohio where two main lines of CSX Transportation (the former Baltimore and Ohio line between Akron (Akron, Ohio) and Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) and the former Chesapeake and Ohio Railway line between Columbus (Columbus, Ohio) and Toledo (Toledo, Ohio)) and one main line of Norfolk Southern (the former Nickel Plate Road line between Bellevue (Bellevue, Ohio) and Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana)) cross each other in close proximity. He attended high school in Columbus and graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. DATE OF BIRTH April 7, 1951 PLACE OF BIRTH Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio DATE OF DEATH thumb 300px Melvin Rios and Baldemar Velasquez at Columbus Rally for Undocumented Immigrants' Rights, 2006-03-26 (Image:20060326 14-05-39melvinbaldemarvelasquez.JPG) On March 26, thousands rallied outside the Columbus, Ohio (w:Columbus, Ohio) statehouse, advocating rights for undocumented immigrants. This was one of a series of rallies following one in Los Angeles (w:Los Angeles, California), which was reported to have drawn over 500,000 attendees.


study social

in physiological psychology (looking at behavioral motives in Siamese fighting fish) and social psychology (studying how African-American dialect among kids maintains ethnic racial identity (Ethnic group)), where he worked under the mentorship of social psychologist (Social psychology), Ralph Cebulla. He then continued on to graduate school to study social psychology, earning an M.A. in 1969 and a Ph.D. in 1971 from the Ohio State


innovative radio

KERA (KERA (FM)) where he produced an innovative radio show called "90.1 at Night". While there, he created a series called "Sound Sessions", live radio sessions featuring Dallas area bands. This show gave a platform, recording resources and eventually compilation CD exposure to bands such as the Dixie Chicks. At the time the only other broadcasts that featured local bands were on KDGE. Origins The Biophysical Society was founded in response to the growth


stories based

of detective magazines, in which he published "true" crime stories based on his exploits. alma_mater University of Utah (B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)) Columbia University Law School (J.D. (Juris Doctor)) Teachers College, Columbia University (Ed.D (Doctor of Education)) residence Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio profession Educator '''Elwood Gordon Gee''' (born


science academic

;!-- right frame John Magaw (Image:john magaw.jpg) -- '''John W. Magaw''' (b. Columbus, Ohio, 1935) was a United States Government administrator (Administration (government)). He received a bachelor of science degree (academic degree#United States) in education from Otterbein College, in Westerville, Ohio (1957).

with Strickland as he delivered his concession. Ney was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. The son of a TV cameraman for WTRF-TV, Ney grew up in Bellaire, Ohio, an aging industrial town across the Ohio River from Wheeling. He graduated in 1972 from St. John's High School in Bellaire. He attended Ohio State University's branch campus in Belmont County (Belmont County, Ohio) before transferring to OSU's main campus in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio). He received a Bachelor of Science

degree (Academic degree) from Ohio State University in 1976. After college, he worked at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, taught English in Iran, served as Bellaire safety director, and worked as the health and education program manager of the Ohio Office of Appalachia. owners Dispatch Printing Company (Wolfe family) headquarters 34 South 3rd Street Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Ohio 43215 publisher John F. Wolfe '''''The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus, Ohio

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Under the Combined Statistical Area (CSA) model, the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area was the 28th largest (List of metropolitan areas of the United States) in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau (United States Census Bureau), the Columbus-Marion-Zanesville, OH Combined Statistical Area (Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area) (which also includes Marion (Marion, Ohio), Chillicothe (Chillicothe, Ohio), and Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon, Ohio)) has a population of 2,370,839, making it the second largest metropolitan area in Ohio (List of metropolitan areas of the United States) behind Cleveland, Ohio. It is also the fourth most populous state capital (List of capitals in the United States) in the United States, and the third largest city in the Midwestern United States. Population in Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas Ranked by 2000 Population for the United States and Puerto Rico: 1990 and 2000 (pdf). U.S. Census Bureau. December 30, 2003. Retrieved on 2007-11-20 from http: www.census.gov population cen2000 phc-t29 tab03a.pdf.

Columbus is the county seat of Franklin County (Franklin County, Ohio). The city proper has also expanded and annexed (annexation) portions of adjoining Delaware County (Delaware County, Ohio) and Fairfield County (Fairfield County, Ohio). Named for explorer Christopher Columbus, the city was founded in 1812 at the confluence of the Scioto (Scioto River) and Olentangy (Olentangy River) rivers, and assumed the functions of state capital in 1816.

The city has a diverse economy based on education, government, insurance, banking, fashion, defense, aviation, food, clothes, logistics, steel, energy, medical research, health care, hospitality, retail, and technology. Columbus is home to the Battelle Memorial Institute, the world's largest private research and development foundation; Chemical Abstracts Service, the world's largest clearinghouse of chemical information; NetJets, the world's largest fractional ownership jet aircraft fleet; and The Ohio State University, one of the largest universities in the United States. As of 2013, the city has the headquarters of five corporations in the U.S. Fortune 500: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, American Electric Power, L Brands, Big Lots and Cardinal Health. "Fortune 500 features 5 Central Ohio companies, down from 6 last year", Columbus Business First. 2013. Retrieved June 25, 2013. The fast-food corporations Wendy's and White Castle (White Castle (restaurant)) are also based in the Columbus metropolitan area (Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area).

In 2012, Columbus was ranked in ''BusinessWeek'''s 50 best cities in America. Columbus was also ranked as the no. 1 up-and-coming tech city in the nation by Forbes in 2008, "Top 10 Up-And-Coming Tech Cities", William Pentland. ''Forbes Magazine''. March 10, 2008. Retrieved September 5, 2010. and the city was ranked a top ten city by Relocate America in 2010. In 2007, ''fDi Magazine'' ranked the city no. 3 in the U.S. for cities of the future, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium was rated no. 1 in 2009 by ''USA Travel Guide''.

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