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This is the story of how a Vocativ photographer met an American on a Yemeni refugee boat in the middle of the Red Sea. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vocativvideo See more on our website: http://www.vocativ.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vocativ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vocativ
Flying the Cirrus SR22 from Cleveland, Ohio to Denver, Colorado. Took about 7.5 hours with 2 stops in Iowa and Nebraska. Diverted on the 2nd leg due to high winds. Subscribe for more. Comment ideas for videos! More videos to come. Music by Maxzwell: Soundcloud.com/maxzwell
OUR PHOTOGRAPHY INSTAS Tyler - @tylermphoto Me - jm_cmanusphotos So this hospital was very scary to get to. We took about and hour and a half drive to Lima, and arrived in a small neighborhood. We parked by a church and walked our way down to where the hospital gates were. As seen in the video, we didn't think we would actually make it in due to all the construction going on near the hospital. When we finally got there, it was huge. The hospital opened around 1911 and closed down in the early 70's. It's been rotting there for around 40 years and hasn't been knocked down yet. We wanted to get our tour before it was knocked down. You can read more about the hospital here: https://architecturalafterlife.com/2014/11/28/lima-tuberculosis-hospital-the-white-plague/ ➫ LINKS AND SUCH Twitter | ...
UPDATE: It's back up everyone! Sorry that took so long!! In early September of 2014, the Buckeyes' National Championship hopes were all but over and with them the Big Ten's. After the loss to underdog Virginia Tech and Va Tech's subsequently terrible season, the college football world wrote Ohio State off until next season, which would supposedly be Urban Meyer's best yet. The Buckeyes instead had something else in mind. While commentators and pundits debated rankings of SEC, Big 12, and Pac 12 teams, Urban Meyer and Ohio State continued their path of carnage under the radar. By the time November came, the Buckeyes had become a formidable force and grabbed the nation's attention by laying waste to Michigan State. From there the team seemed all but unstoppable until their unlikely Heisman ...
Recent graduates of The Ohio State University look back at their college experience and reveal their plans for the future. Learn what role Ohio State has played in their lives as they embark on a new journey. This segment was featured in O-H-I-O, a program produced by WOSU Public Media for Ohio State to air on the Big Ten Network.
Jessica suffered a traumatic brain injury and additional complications, including a stroke, following a car accident Memorial Day weekend 2014. She and one of her therapists at Dodd Hall, a rehabilitation facility at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, share the story of her recovery and determination. To learn more about the rehabilitation services at Ohio State, visit https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/physical-therapy-rehabilitation.
If you're an Ohio State football player and you make it to your senior year, you will take part in this emotional tradition.
Journey to 300 Yield Challenge 3rd Place Winner — Gary Wolfe – Ohio Farmer Beck’s is excited to present Gary Wolfe from Nevada, OH, as the 3rd place winner of the 2015 Journey to 300 yield challenge. Wolfe achieved 310.9 Bu./A. with XL® 6158AM™* brand. “Participating in the 300 challenge is an interesting concept—you’re in competition with yourself to just get better and learn what practices work better. Part of the battle is that ground’s not easy to come by, so the ground that you have, you have to get every kernel out of it that you can.” — Gary Wolfe An annual program, Beck’s Journey to 300 yield challenge encourages farmers to achieve the highest possible yields on their farm. In 2015, the top five participants achieved an average yield of 311.0 Bu./A., with an 84.0 Bu./A. average...