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Karlyn Kirchens

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.

Conquering spring semester

Apr 11, 2018 - Comments: 0
The Inn at Ohio Northern (Photo/Cody Clark)

In High School, the last five weeks of school were a godsend. The weather becomes warmer, school gets easier and class is almost over. In comparison, those five weeks at Ohio Northern are the most stressful.

The wind blows harder than ever, due dates and final paper deadlines pile up and class is almost over. Being a college student means being prepared for these weeks though. That is why I'm here to give you 10 tips and tricks to survive the end of spring semester.

I call it “Karlyn’s Declassified School Survival Guide.”

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

Feb 21, 2018 - Comments: 0

A management majors backpack is essential to their day-to-day life. Hopping around from class to class this major goes from business writing to statistics, these students have a plethora of items from multiple notebooks to external hard drives, management students are always prepared.

Cody Clark is a sophomore Business Management major from Dayton, Ohio. Clark chose his management major because he enjoys being a leader in his everyday life and he loves to problem solve.

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