Lots of money for OSU, but does it make sense for anyone else?
The infatuation with OSU and its students seems to have helped to hide a growing problem: college towns come with college kids, and college kids come with parties. Late night rock out sessions, doing God knows what behind closed doors. The issue, however, seems to be that the doors have opened and students have come pouring out into the quiet neighborhoods around the city.
Driving up to and seeing Carmon Thomas’ Philomath home for the first time would give you no indications there are any problems with it. In fact, when you enter the home and see its’ warm, cozy environs, you still only see a home perfectly suited to fit most family’s needs.