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Ada Food Pantry serves a greater good

Sep 26, 2014 - Comments: 0
The Ada Food pantry serves between 155 and 170 families every year. (Northern Review photo/Grant Pepper)

The Ada Food Pantry, located off of Main Street and inside the First Presbyterian Church of Ada, serves between 155 and 170 families every year. In a community with residents varying greatly in financial status, the pantry serves those in need with the help of local clubs, citizens and volunteers.

First annual ‘Tough Cookie 5k’ a success

Sep 22, 2014 - Comments: 0
Participants munch on cookies at the mid-way point of the 5K race. (Northern Review photo/ Grant Pepper)

ONU's first 'Tough Cookie 5K' proves to be a success, with over 130 participants. In between running and eating cookies, participants raised over two thousand dollars for ONU Cancer Center's Breast Cancer Fund. 

Rosenbaum sets the pace, on the course and in the classroom

Sep 14, 2014 - Comments: 0

For senior cross-country runner Nathan Rosenbaum, this is it. This is the finale- the last time.

While Rosenbaum plans to run after college, he says that “you can’t really do cross-country after you graduate. You can’t run on a real team anymore; you can have running ‘teams,’ but nothing like this.”

Rosenbaum and the Polar Bears started the season with two team victories at the Bluffton Invitational and the Taylor (Ind.) Invitational, which Rosenbaum won by 15 seconds. Last weekend, the Bears finished fourth out of 20 teams at the Calvin Knight (Mich.) Invitational.

‘Opening the Way’ reception opens doors for multicultural students

Sep 10, 2014 - Comments: 0
Uhood Ashkan, vice president of the MSA, talks about the purpose and vision of the organization. (photo/ Greg Pepper)

The Office of Multicultural Development held its annual 'Opening the Way' reception to pave the way for international (and domestic) students to get involved with some of the multicultural student organizations on campus.


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