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Unlike most of my fellow students at the Ohio State University, I am not much of a fan of their sports programs which automatically changes the experience I have here compared to most. Also to add onto that, another major difference between the majority of my colleagues and myself is that my mother and father aren't handing me a free education. That being said this campus is absolutely fantastic. I had quite a culture shock at first, being from a rural town on the river I hadn't had much exposure to city dwellers or many different ethnicities. I can see that most people would get stage fright just walking around the Oval because there are so many people and this could really change someone's opinion of this school. If you aren't willing to be social with your fellow 20-something students and at least attempt to enjoy yourself, you're going to hate it. The surrounding area always seems to have something to do or events going on that will keep you from being bored. College is about expanding your cultural boundaries, meeting new people and especially about getting an education. I have been through a number of career paths here having started out with Astronomy and Astrophysics (which is still a passion of mine), then pursing Security and Intelligence (which I quickly got bored of), and now I'm borderline about a number of choices. Honestly, I don't really regret any of these changes or feel like they have been a waste of my time because after this is the rest of my life and quite frankly I don't feel like doing something every day that I hate.






I love it! There is always something going on and despite the fact that it is a huge school, it doesn't feel like it.


I love The Ohio State University. This school is unique in the fact that it is a mecca of opportunities: learning, business, athletics, social, exploring, professional.


I have enjoyed my time at OSU so far, though it is difficult for me to compare it to other colleges, as I have not attended anywhere else. The best aspect of Ohio State is the fact that there are countless clubs, groups and opportunities, and that no matter who you are, there are people like you here. My biggest complaint about the university is that it is easy to get lost in the sea of students, especially when you are in a required freshman survey class with 600 other people, and the professor is passing around an attendance sheet.




OSU is HUGE! But much like Columbus, it feels like a huge small town. The traditions, if you choose to join in, bring everyone together. The size many people see as a negative but I think it makes us a top university. College is all about getting a job and getting ready for the real world. Nothing will be handed you in the real world and nothing is handed to you here. But if you look for opportunities they are there and the faculty and students are there to support you. Columbus also offers a lot of great opportunities. Like OSU it's a city on the rise and the connection between the city and the university is strong. My only complaint is that occasionally because of its size there can be a little bit of bureaucracy when you are dealing with problems. But thats how the real world is too so you better learn how to manage. I'm struggling to not be too inflamed in my statements but I couldn't love my college anymore. If you love community, tradition, are a go-getter, and want to have fun, Ohio State is the place to be.


Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is great. I have many positive things to say and look forward to speaking to potential applicants about it.


OSU was awesome! Lots of school spirit and many great times with fun folks in enriching classes.


I have come to love Ohio State. It took me a while to find my place in this school, but I am very happy with the experience overall. The best thing about OSU is that there are so many different things to get involved with. I am so glad I joined a sorority because it helped me make my closet friends and roommates here and made the size of the university feel manageable. I have also been at my job for 2 years, and that has helped make the school, and the city, feel like home. One of my favorite things about being a buckeye is the national community. I love seeing people in OSU shirts all over the country and giving them an "O-H!" I feel a lot of pride when I tell people where I go to school, and I find myself fiercely defending Columbus to those who have never been here and see it as unsophisticated. OSU has prepared me to go out into the "real world" and work towards getting a dream job, and I think the size is advantageous for that - you have to work harder to set yourself apart here, because there is always someone smarter, or more involved. I don't regret my decision to come here, but I have occasionally wished I pushed myself to appy to more liberal arts schools. You'll be hard-pressed to find widespread campus activism (though hundreds of us did jump in a lake when Obama won the election) or fierce political debate here, if that's what you're looking for.


Best thing: its reputation and size One thing I'd change: make concealed carry on campus allowed Size: too too big which is great People's reaction: admiration and respect, appreciation of traditions Most time spent in .... The Ohio Union which is the living room of our campus School's administration: too much red tape and bureaucracy Recent controversy: Jim Tressel being forced to quit! School Pride: too much of it, you hear it illustrated best when students say THE Ohio State University Anything unusual: its size and everything that comes with it from having uncountable student organizations to large scale bureaucracy Experience to remember: The Laissez-Faire Syndicate, best student organization ever, helped build my personality and introduced me to the perfect man for me who's my boyfriend now. Frequent complaints: usually about the financial services office and its long lines.


There is no other place I would want to be than The Ohio State University. This school has limitless opportunities in all aspects of life. Every class I take is interesting and the majority of the teachers I've had are always willing to help in any way they can. From the Ohio State pride on game days, to endless nights at the library, to club meetings and summer days on the oval, I have always had positive experiences. This school really knows how to come together. After game losses or controversy, students at Ohio State never stop showing their pride for their school. The teachers and administration want to see their student excel and succeed. Ohio State is somewhere that I know I have endless opportunities. It is a large university but through organizations and classes, there are so many ways to make it smaller and make it feel like a community. I see the same people throughout the years in my classes and have established friendships with them. You make it your own experience at Ohio State. It is an amazing school and I am so blessed to be able to be apart of it!


I love this school! I came from a really small hometown, but Ohio State does not feel too big to me. On a big campus, there is always something to do. There are tons of activities going on, lots of clubs to join, tons of travel opportunities...the list goes on and on! Being located in Ohio's capital city means that there is plenty to do off campus as well. Aside from the fun stuff, the academics are good too. OSU is respected academically and there are many brilliant professors who teach here. There is a ton of school pride, and it seems like no matter where you travel to, you will find a Buckeye's fan. Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye!


I love being a Buckeye. Ohio State is a University with great pride. However, sometimes the pride associated with being a Buckeye can be viewed as arrogance. Many people, after I inform them that I go to OSU, scoff at me and assume that I think I'm better than them because I attend Ohio State. Also, just from talking with other students, it is no secret that OSU is one of the most disliked schools in the country. At athletic events our fans are often deemed rude and obnoxious. We are ridiculed for adding the prefix of THE Ohio State University. Ohio State tries to hold itself to a higher standard than other schools. Recently the Ohio State football program has gone through much scrutiny and change. It has been an interesting time to be a student to say the least.


I love being a Buckeye. Ohio State is a University with great pride. However, sometimes the pride associated with being a Buckeye can be viewed as arrogance. Many people, after I inform them that I go to OSU, scoff at me and assume that I think I'm better than them because I attend Ohio State. Also, just from talking with other students, it is no secret that OSU is one of the most disliked schools in the country. At athletic events our fans are often deemed rude and obnoxious. We are ridiculed for adding the prefix of THE Ohio State University. Ohio State tries to hold itself to a higher standard than other schools.


I love being a Buckeye. Ohio State is a University with great pride. However, sometimes the pride associated with being a Buckeye can be viewed as arrogance. Many people, after I inform them that I go to OSU, scoff at me and assume that I think I'm better than them because I attend Ohio State. Also, just from talking with other students, it is no secret that OSU is one of the most disliked schools in the country. At athletic events our fans are often deemed rude and obnoxious. We are ridiculed for adding the prefix of THE Ohio State University. Ohio State tries to hold itself to a higher standard than other schools.


As I mentioned above, OSU plays host to some serious school spirit. This was never one of the things that compelled me to come here--in high school, I loathed the kinds of kids who would paint their chests for football games and live vicariously through our venerable student athletes. But surprisingly, the school spirit has become one of my favorite things about OSU. The pride that is so clearly exhibited for our football team extends into every facet of the university: from the social life to the academics, people are genuinely proud and happy to be here. Even though I'm not big on sports, it's great to be a part of such a positive environment. Additionally, the OSU "brand" seems to be a great foot-in-the-door for future employment, considering its plethora of prideful alumni. I also really love the traditional college atmosphere that our campus provides. My friends and I spend a lot of time spread out in the grass on the Oval, lounging in the newly renovated student Union, or crying over textbooks in the architectural masterpiece that is Thompson Library. However, a few steps towards High Street and you're smack dab in the middle of the Columbus hub. Columbus is an awesome college city. It often feels pretty midwestern and down to earth, and certainly caters to students in some districts, but a little exploring and it's not hard to uncover a whole lot of culture here. I've been to more art galleries, DIY house concerts, craft festivals, and snobby literary-minded coffee shops than I can count. Before I began my freshman year, one of the things I was most concerned about was the enormity of OSU's student body. I've always been a very dedicated learner; academics are important to me. And so, I worried that in the mythical 800-person lectures I was bound to experience, I wouldn't achieve the academic depth that I pursued. But get this--going into my third year, I've never had a class that exceeded 30 students, and I've even had a few with less than 10 students. This is partly owing to my enrollment in the honors program, but also because most major classes manage to stay pretty small. I can only really speak for the English department, but I've always felt very challenged and personally encouraged by faculty members to push the boundaries of my academic life. About the size, though, I will say this: academics aside, the OSU bureaucracy can be brutal to deal with. Got a problem with your scholarship? Need to schedule an advising appointment? Please hold for 3 hours and someone may or may not assist you. There is a heck of a lot of red-tape to navigate through and getting things done can take a long time. Generally though, I do view the large scale of this university as an asset, particularly with respect to the networking and research opportunities and visiting lecturers, etc... that it provides.


What overwhelms me constantly is the unity and pride felt amongst students, staff, faculty, and alumni. There is nothing like singing "Carmen, Ohio" with people you do not even know to bring you together with those who love what you love--your school. I think Ohio State is not only a top university, but it is also a place where students can feel at home. Columbus is a great city, and the support for Ohio State from the surrounding community is excellent. Not only that, but we as students respond to that support by giving back to the community. Three times a year, there are huge, campus-wide community service days, and that is not including what individual students and student organizations choose to do on their own. Service learning and relationship building are huge aspects to Ohio State, and any student who attends here will get to experience those bonds being built.


A tremendous opportunity. The faculty are great, and almost all of them, in my experience, are willing to help if you ask. Some may think that OSU is too big, but I think that's a strength as well. Anything you could hope to find is here, and everyone ends up finding their own little homogenous groups anyway so it's not like you're one person in a sea of 50,000. There is a great combination of school spirit, intellectual atmosphere, and unique opportunities that I think make OSU a great place to be.


I absolutely love the size of Ohio State. I take advantage of it's size, because I know that at some smaller schools, I wouldn't have as many opportunities as I do here. People tend to be generally impressed when I tell them that I go to OSU. Our school pride is huge and I can't help but feel that we're one, big, Buckeye family - no matter how corny it sounds.


At first glance, Ohio State seems huge. It is true, there are alot of students here, however if you take a walk on campus, you'll see that it doesn't feel as big as the numbers say. I see people I know on campus all the time, and it never takes me more than 15 minutes to walk to class. I like having some big lectures, and those lectures always have small recitations. We have great, helpful professors who are experts in their fields and endless opportunities to get involved in research. We have many successful sports teams, and some games are free to go to. They are so much fun! We have, literally, a thousand student organizations, so there is something for everyone to get involved in. OSU also has almost any major you could possibly imagine. The students here are so spirited and proud of our university, and it is inspiring. Even with all of the controversy around our football program this past year, we all still love our school. No matter where you go in the world, you are almost guaranteed to meet someone from Ohio State because we have such a large network of alumni. I also love that we are in Columbus, the capital of Ohio. When you're on campus, it feels like you're not in a big city, but when you leave, you have all of Columbus at your hands.


Overall it's a great school with a lot of opportunities for students


I was hesitant to come to Ohio State at first. The overwhelming size of the campus can be scary at first, but it's also a huge advantage. If you have an interest, you will find someone else who has the same interests. The size also means that if you are truly interested in a specific subject matter to study, chances are there is a professor with that interest too.


If I could go back and repeat my time at Ohio State over and over, I would. This school will change your life for the better. It's a big place but that translates into opportunity. We have had a presidential rally on campus. There is a ridiculous amount of majors and you can try them all out if you are feeling adventurous with your general education. It's located in a real city, with real people (i.e. not sketchy townies) and fun things to do and see. Our president actively seeks out the student opinion and puts our interests first, don't believe me? Time voted Dr. Gee the best college president in the US. One piece of advice that will help you transition into here, get involved! Just join something, it will give you a sense of belonging that can be hard to find at first in a big university. People are not joking when they say that they bleed scarlet and grey and thats not just a reference to athletics.


Wow, I could write a book. I did my undergrad and am currently pursuing my grad degree here, and I wouldn't have stayed if I didn't love it. You will have your ups and downs wherever you go, but I am so happy that I went here. It is a large school with a lot of people, but they make it pretty easy to meet people. Join clubs, keep your dorm room door open and talk to people, and you'll do great. By the end of my 4 years, I found multiple communities that I was very happy to be a part of. Columbus has really grown into quite a diverse, interesting, and fun city in these past few years - there's always something going on, for every type of interest. I love going to a school so full of pride and history, even if the current football scenario is not looking as positive as before. The campus is absolutely beautiful, with a great mix of old and new buildings/architecture. Although there are so many students, the campus doesn't seem so big since it's not very spread out (unless you have classes on West Campus or in the Med Center.. then it can get a little large), and the campus bus system is pretty reliable. The administration would be my biggest complaint. At a school this size, you can't expect to have an advisor who will really get to know you (some might, but most don't), nor can you expect to be able to walk right in to the Financial Aid office. Whatever you need dealing with administration will require you to wait in a line, and typically a long one. The facilities (the student union, the rec centers [there are multiple], libraries) are mostly brand new and generally very nice, though the libraries really could use some more group study rooms. I lived in a dorm for 2 years and then was an RA for a 3rd, and dorm life will really depend completely on the other people living on the floor. If you have a great RA and other people who are really looking to make new friends, you'll have a great time. If you don't, then you may need to look a little harder for friends, but you'll find them. As long as you're open-minded and willing to try new things, OSU will be a great place for you.


I think that Ohio State offers the best of both worlds. While it is one of the largest universities in the country it maintains a small school feel. All of my classes have been 40 students or less, which made the transition from High School extremely easy and my professors always made a point to learn everyones name. The size really boils down to more opportunities to meet other students, which results in a better overall experiance. Also, Columbus is an amazing college town. There is always something to do - whether you prefer parties off of high street, bars and arts in the Short North, the Historic District, German Village, or Downtown. As far as school pride goes you can't beat Ohio State. Everyone loves being a Buckeye with the Shoe and The Schott always packed with loyal fans. One of my favorite experiences was meeting Gordon Gee, The University President, at a party. I think he was drinking a Dr. Pepper, but the fact that he was there and stayed until 12 am was pretty amazing.


OSU is huge. If you don't like the city, chances are that OSU isn't for you. It's in the middle of a city and about 60,000 people go to OSU (including grad students, etc.) There are some really large classes, but mostly only in the GECs (General Electives). Campus is amazing. There is everything you'd ever need in a 10 mile radius or less. There is a lot of school pride at OSU. We have many traditions (most of them about football!). Even if you aren't a fan of football, chances are you will at least enjoy one game of Buckeye football.


It's big...so if you like big, go. Freshman bio 101 classes could have 700 people in them. Unless you try and make a relationship with a professor, its not going to happen. It's for sure a college town but you can go downtown in seconds. The quarters are great because if you don't like a class, its over in 10 weeks. I've really only had 2-3 good professors I liked. Most TAs dont speak english. Lots of school pride though, sometimes crazy but you gotta love those bucks.


There is a ton of school pride, and people are always impressed when I tell them I go here. We absolutely love our marching band, The Best Damn Band In The Land, and that may be one of the best things to me. There are also endless ways to get involved and everyone can find there own place where they fit in. Everyone.


You have to make your OSU experience. It is a LARGE campus, and most faculty and administration care more about RESEARCH than the education aspect, which is very annoying. I wonder how it might have differed at a smaller school. Also, athletics tend to place a shadow on academics. The most important warning is that speaking English well is not a requirement for professors. I wish I'd known how many professors I would not be able to understand before I came. I had an English class professor that had just moved to the U.S. and was trying to learn to speak English still! (These professors have a research agenda, but they are giving a light academic class to keep them on staff= ANNOYING for students.)


The best thing at OSU is all the opportunities. You can do so much here. All you have to do is go to an office of research, study abroad, career advice, whatever, and they will set you up. Just showing a little interest in any of these things can get you a long way. Basically, what I am trying to say is that there are so many resources at OSU to serve the student. Its ridiculous.


I love the fact that OSU is huge. There are literally thousands of people to meet. You never run out of new things to do. It never gets boring. The Oval in the spring is incredible. Whether you like to play frisbee, get a tan, smoke hookah, play guitar, walk tightrope, or just take advantage of the free foods that are given out from the various student organizations, the oval is the place to get it all.


OSU is one of the biggest colleges in the United States. Don't let that bother you! I have all my major classes in about three buildings that are close together. You won't have to trek all over campus (unless you want to). OSU is also very personable...maybe this depends on your department, but my department faculty and staff for the most part know me by name. I wouldn't change the size of OSU for anything.


The best thing about OSU is its resources. Being the largest University in the Country provides unlimited resources and opportunities. Another perk is that OSU is very good at athletics. From football, to basketball, even soccer, OSU has top notch athletic programs. The major drawbacks also come from its size. Whether you like it or not, you are a number. I probably only see a handful of people I know walking around campus on any given day. This provides the opportunity to meet a lot of new people, but also makes you feel less connected. There are some amazing professors, but there are also many professors who are concerned more with their research than teacher, so be selective in what classes you sign up for. There e-mail system sucks! (make sure you forward your e-mail to another account). For the most part I have enjoyed my time at OSU thoroughly, and think highly enough of it to come back for 4+ years of medical school.


OSU is huge, but it's as big or small as you want to make it. I think everyone here can find their own niche, whether that be through athletics, music, the arts, partying, etc. Living in the dorms really helps you find a core group of friends, especially if you live in themed-living-learning dorm, where you live with students who have similar interests. I like going to a school that is so large....we have so many opportunities here and, in the rare case OSU or Columbus doesn't offer what you want, you can start your own club!


Ohio State is the biggest campus in the world. So many of my friends from high school go here and both my parents went here. I found the transition to college akward and weird here because the campus is so big and it is very very hard to establish close friends. There is a ton of pride with people yelling the O-H-I-O chant. I loved the experience of having football tickets and being in the crazy atmosphere of the crowd.


Some professors suck, others are amazing, just like everyone else on this campus of 56k. It can be great, or suck, but once you are a Buckeye...it's for life.


Here's what I'm going to talk about: why I love Ohio State. Admittedly, it was not the only college I applied to. I also applied to Baldwin-Wallace College and Marietta College. However, for as long as I can remember, I've wanted to go to college here. Ultimately, that is what drove my decision. And on a side note, the day I found out I was accepted here was one of the best days of my life! Before I actually got here, my family, friends, and others worried about safety, about me moving from our small, rural community to Ohio's capital. I have never felt in danger while on campus, but I know what I have to do if that situation should arise. I'll admit, too, that I was worried about my adjustment to the city; growing up on the farm doesn't exactly compare to walking down High Street, passing a variety of people, restaurants, and shops that I know would never be seen in my hometown. But once I moved in here, and after a couple days of adjusting, I knew I couldn't imagine myself anywhere else. I love walking across the Oval and seeing hundreds of other students laying out, doing homework, throwing a baseball around, or playing frisbee. I love walking past Orton Hall and admiring its beautiful bell tower. Mirror Lake is another great aspect of campus, too, and not only for the Mirror Lake Jump tradition the Thursday before the Ohio State vs. Michigan game! The RPAC is a great place to work out, too; I've never seen as many different machines that worked so many muscles I never knew I had! Aside from all these "exterior" reasons, I have plenty of "interior" reasons. I've made some great friends, and I don't have the roommate horror stories you sometimes hear. Ohio State does a fabulous job of matching people with compatible roommates. I've been able to re-connect with a friend of mine who I hadn't seen or talked to very often before now. I've been exposed to a variety of cultures, races, and traditions that have only made my experience here that much better. This university is the place for me, and it can be the place for thousands of other students, too. It's great to be a Buckeye; we love our toxic nuts!


Ohio State is known for its school pride. Football games are one of the most spectacular college experiences you will ever have. There are over 100,000 people rooting for the buckeyes. Students and staff boast about the academics. Ohio State is a very reputable research university and has challenging classes. It is common said that there is a Buckeye everywhere you go. It's true. I studied abroad in Dijon, France and met a woman who had graduated for Ohio State.


Great school Ed program needs revamped because after 4 years cant get liscence but still considered grad studetns so cant get financial aid our football rocks!!! most frequent complaints schedule conflicts and professors who treat students disrespectfully


There is so much school pride within the students of OSU. I have never met anyone who did not show Buckeye pride and spirit.


OSU is great because it is a diverse community and prepares you for the real world. Being at such a large school gives you the opportunity to get involved in a variety of things and in whatever peaks your interest. If an organization doesn't exist, you can always create one! At first, the size can be intimidating but it doesn't take long to start to meet people and walking across campus you almost always pass someone you know. It may be a large university, but it can be as small as you want to make it.


Most people are afraid to apply/attend OSU due to its size, but I think that's its best asset. There are 170 majors and you can create your own, so if you don't know what you want to do, you should come here. If you know exactly what you want to do, that program is probably highly ranked. There are so many opportunities on campus and throughout Columbus. It's easy to get a flexible job, and to find an apartment. We also have a large number of international students, which adds a lot to the diversity experience.


I love telling people I go to OSU. I feel pride in my school and letting everyone know it. The teachers here are mostly good teachers and it is very easy to make friends since there are so many students.


The tradition, people, athletics, academic standards, the oval in the spring. The tendency of a select few to make the entire university community look bad. Just right- growing up in a small town, I wanted to go someplace where no one knew me and I didn't know them! Well depends on who you talk to- usually they want to know if I was one of the few that rioted aftter the Michigan game, or how many ball games I attended. On campus, most of my time is spent in class, at the Shoe or Schott watching my beloved Buckeyes, or in the fall and spring- hanging out on the Oval. TOTALLY a College town- just head down Lane Avenue on a Saturday in October. Well, this year's is WAY better than the previous, I mean where else can you go and find the President of the University sitting at the lake on campus eating hi slunch, just so he can be closer to the students, or have that same president- who is in his 70's come out on a Saturday night to a hockey game and REFUSE his boxseats because "those kids look like they're having fun down there" and he comes and sits down besides you?! Controversy? Why the football team choked yet again in the title game. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? See my answer for the college town question. Well if you consider jumping into a freezing cold pond in November unusual then, sure, why not? Well actually I have several first off, the 2004 CCHA Supersix Championship win over [email protected] at the Joe, John Dingle's OT goal to advance the Bucks in tournament play, and then all the great trips I took with Block O. PARKING! and the cost of going to the greatest school in America!


Everyone complains about how OSU is "too big/impersonal" and how Columbus "sucks", but this usually comes from people who are too lazy to seek out and access resources for themselves. If there is anything I have learned about both OSU and Columbus, it's that you can pretty much find something, someone or somewhere to suit whatever needs you have - whether it's personal, academic or professional. Now I sound like I'm writing a brochure, but seriously...this is a place that should not be underestimated. That said, one limitation of the size is how horribly bureaucratic this place is. While most students can get their needs met, sometimes they have to be pretty aggressive about making anything happen. Here's how it often works: You need something. You look up online the office that deals with whatever issue you have. You go to that building. They tell you to go elsewhere. You go to the other place, and the person at the desk looks at you like you're from outer space when you explain why you're there. You're told to call someone. You call, and you're put on hold. After you're taken off hold, you get a recording and menu. You finally talk to a person, who tells you to call someone else. Finally, the last person you call directs you to his/her boss (who can deal with your problem), but not without admonishing you to "always look on the website first" to see whom to call before bothering them.


A lot of people feel like Ohio State is so large that they would become just another face in the crowd if they came here. But the great thing about a huge university is the huge number of opportunities you have. There ARE a ton of students here, but that just means that you're practically guaranteed to find some awesome people that are interested in the same things you are. And while OSU is definitely a big school, it doesn't take long before you start to feel like you're part of the family. Another great thing about Ohio State is the number of traditions that we have. From jumping in Mirror Lake to yelling "O-H! I-O!" at each other around campus, football season at Ohio State is definitely an exciting time to be a Buckeye. Being surrounded by 100,000 other screaming Ohio State fans at a game is definitely an experience I'll remember for the rest of my life.


OSU's OIE service is the best that I have seen.


-the quarter system is best -the cost is ridiculous given that most of tuition is spent on pointless construction -it's a bit too big -people kind of expect students to be at OSU if they live in or around Columbus -most time spent in classrooms -the administration is fairly useless -I think most people are proud of the football team, but most are also fed up with the school itself because of the administration -most frequent complaints are cost and constantly being screwed over because graduation requirements seem to change from quarter to quarter and it seems the university is doing all it can to keep us there as long as possible to suck us dry of any chance we have of clearing up student loan debt

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