COLUMBUS, Ohio — One Ohio State College fan has mixed her love of the Buckeyes along with her fondness of an Ohio-food staple in a brand new video.
The stop-motion undertaking, which options pierogies slowly shifting throughout a inexperienced backdrop and into the formation of the Ohio State Marching Band’s basic “Ohio” script signature, was created by Ohio-native, Emily Rasinski.
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Based on an electronic mail despatched in to 3News by Emily’s father, Tim Rasinski, the OSU fan didn’t graduate from the enduring Columbus-based school, however she does have some deep roots to the campus.
“Emily is a KSU grad,” Tim advised 3News. “Nevertheless, after I did my Ph.D. research at Ohio State, Emily was a new child. She spent the primary four years of her life dwelling on the OSU campus… so I assume you may say she nonetheless bleeds scarlet and grey!”
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The video, Emily says, is an ode to the varsity with “one of the best rattling band within the land,” and a meals merchandise that’s beloved within the hearts of many Ohioans.
“It doesn’t get any extra ‘Ohio’ than OSU soccer and pierogi – #AmIRight?” Emily’s Instagram account captioned the video.
The account, @the_pierogi_experiment, is dedicated to Emily’s fondness of pierogies, and her love of movie and stop-motion video.
“I believed it could be enjoyable to create a platform to rejoice all issues pierogi, sharing a few of my household recipes in addition to some new creations. It is also been enjoyable connecting with different pierogi makers and followers,” Emily advised 3News of the Instagram web page.
Regarding the Buckeyes’ Monday night time loss towards Alabama? Emily mentioned that she thinks that the Ohio State Marching Band not being on the sector to help their staff.
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