Uneasiness on OSU campus after attacks

The mood on Ohio State University’s campus on Monday following a car and knife attack that injured 11 was a far cry from the jubilation of the big football win over Michigan on Saturday. The threat was neutralized fairly quickly when one suspect, an 18-year-old Somalian OSU student later identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan, was killed by a campus police officer. Even so, things were still uneasy on campus throughout the day. The Bryan Times reports freshman business major Nathan Heaston of Napoleon said Monday afternoon that everybody was sitting in their dorm rooms on edge. Another area student, freshman Jalen Towers of West Unity was working through the crisis as best he could from within Smith Hall, just a couple buildings over from Watts Hall, where the bulk of the incident took place.

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