Recycling responsibly: Why you should always rinse

According to National Geographic, almost a million plastic beverage bottles are sold every minute around the world.  Sometimes, though, that iced mocha from Starbucks is the only thing keeping you […]

Alumna named vice president of national PR group

Diane Hurd, class of ‘07, was promoted to vice president of a major Columbus-based national public relations group.  Hurd graduated from the university with a bachelor’s degree in public relations […]

Mildew causes illness in residence hall

Reports of mold and mildew have been circulating around campus. Alerie Martin, first-year, said she had to move out of her room in Lohman because of some fungus found to […]

Schumacher Gallery run by one, enjoyed by all

As the second largest art museum in Columbus, the Schumacher Gallery is one of the many spots on campus where students can relax.  Capital alumnus and Director of the Schumacher […]

What’s the Deal with CapAlerts?

CapAlerts are timely warnings that notify students and faculty of dangerous situations that occur on or near campus, and are intended to help campus remain a safe and secure environment.  […]

Immersion class names new project

After their successful documentary entitled Capital in the Sixties, the Immersion class will be delivering a documentary about Capital during World War II. Last year, the Immersion class created Capital […]