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September 2016

ONU Problem of the Week

Sep 29, 2016 - Comments: 0
The ONU Problem of the Week is a regular feature in the Northern Review, provided by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (graphic/sagu.edu).

Randy loves playing ping pong with his mom and dad. In any individual game he has a better chance of defeating his dad than he has of defeating his mom. He often plays three-game series in which he is declared the series winner if and only if he wins at least two games in a row.

Vote yes for the Ada Public Library

Sep 28, 2016 - Comments: 0
During the annual Harvest & Herb Festival, members of the Ada Public Library participated in the parade, encouraging people to "vote yes for our library." (photo/Emily Richards)

Photo courtesy of junior chemistry student Emily Richards. 

General Education system changes learning outcomes and tags

Sep 27, 2016 - Comments: 0
The new learning outcomes required for General Education (photo/onu.edu)

The General Education system has undergone a change as it simplifies the learning outcomes required of students and gets rid of tags. 

Something to prove: The story of Amanda Everlove

Sep 27, 2016 - Comments: 0

Amanda Everlove thought- no, she knew- she was just like everybody else. She could do the same things as her friends, and sometimes do them better.

But people treated her differently after the accident.

She swam the same times and performed the same in school. But now she was labeled an ‘inspiration.’ She didn’t understand. She was nine years old.

Polar Preview Day and Family Day bring family, prospective students to campus

Sep 26, 2016 - Comments: 0
The ONU Marching Band participated in the parade during the Harvest and Herb Festival (Office of Communications and Marketing/photo/Kenneth Colwell)

Ohio Northern University was a vibrant community on September 17 due to the annual Polar Preview Day and Family Day. The campus offered many entertainment events, as well as charity runs for awareness campaigns. 

An evening stroll

Sep 26, 2016 - Comments: 0
Students ride bicycles and walk to their evening classes on Ohio Northern University's campus. (photo/Abdulaziz Alfarhan)

Photo courtesy of senior computer engineering student Abdulaziz Alfarhan. 

Filbert Cartoon 5

Sep 26, 2016 - Comments: 0
(comic/Anthony Labonte)

Courtesy of Anthony Labonte 

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The Filbert comic strip is a weekly feature on the Northern Review. Stay tuned for more adventures.

Professor Emeritus Claude Smith returns to Ada for English Reading Series

Sep 23, 2016 - Comments: 0
Smith emphasized his passion for culture during the first event in the ONU Department of English 2016-17 Reading Series. (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long)

Ohio Northern University Professor Emeritus of English Claude "Bud" Smith returned to Ada on September 21 for the first event in the ONU Department of English 2016-17 Reading Series. Senior chemistry and creative writing student Sofie Moeller also read her poetry during the event. 

Lochte's lies lead to second chances

Sep 23, 2016 - Comments: 0

I remember watching the 2016 Summer Olympic events and the tingling feelings of anxiety and joy while my tears streamed down my face as the USA men’s swimming team broke records and won gold medal after gold medal. 

Lochte. Bentz. Conger. Feigen.

Community unites for annual Harvest & Herb Festival

Sep 23, 2016 - Comments: 0
Ohio Northern University's elite marching band marches through Ada in unison during the Harvest and Herb Festival parade on Sept. 17. (photo/Emily Richards)

Photos courtesy of junior chemistry student Emily Richards. 

 

EDIT: Corrected student's major.

Sunset at Stadium View West

Sep 22, 2016 - Comments: 0
A view of the sunset from Stadium View West on Ohio Northern University's campus in late September. (photo/Andrew Kurtz)

Photo courtesy of senior physics student Andrew Kurtz.

 

Studying Henry Solomon Lehr statue

Sep 20, 2016 - Comments: 0
The statue of Henry Solomon Lehr, founder of Ohio Northern University, rests in the garden between the James F. Dicke College of Business Administration and Hill Memorial. (photo/Maryam Danesh)

Photo courtesy of law student Maryam Danesh.

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