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Karlyn Kirchens

Glow in the dark pilates with the ONU dance team

Sep 28, 2018 - Comments: 0
Participants with the dance team after pilates. (Northern Review Photo/ Megan Place)

Ohio Northern’s campus organizations have always been known to hold food fundraisers. ONU's dance team threw in a new twist with their Glow in the Dark Pilates class that they held on September 26th in the Bear Cave to raise funds for new uniforms.The change in setting and fun theme made it an interesting study break for students to attend.

What's in your Amazon cart? Shopping sprees with a communications major.

Sep 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
Joe Dunay with his brand new white board and Canon camera. (Northern Review Photo/ Karlyn Kirchens)

Someone’s online shopping cart reveals a lot about who they are. Amazon’s carts are the most telling because of the wide variety of products filling the site. Whiteboards, a motivational book, and camera lenses fill the Amazon cart of Joe Dunay, a junior communications and public relations double major at Ohio Northern University.

What's in your backpack? A day in the life of a pharmacy major.

May 04, 2018 - Comments: 0
Callie Caswells backpack with some of her essentials. (Northern Review photo/ Callie Caswell)

Callie Caswell is a year two Pharmacy major, life in pharmacy is hectic with balancing classes and extra curriculars together.

Are pets good for Ohio Northern's campus?

May 03, 2018 - Comments: 0
ONU student Alex Gesler with her emotional support dog, Bentley (Northern review photo/ Alex Gesler)

Discussions on whether or not pets on campus are positive has been continuing for years. It is hard for students on campus to from a distinct difference between service animals and pets on campus. The two have very different jobs when on college campuses, but it can be hard to decide if they are service animals or someone's pet.

Service animals are seen as tools to help support those who are disabled, and to the organizations working with these animals they are not seen as pets.

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