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Heterick celebrates release of 'Harry Potter'

Oct 29, 2018
Heterick Memorial Library is hosting a Harry Potter-themed event to celebrate 20 years since the publication of the first book, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone" (Chelsie Bosley/photo).

By Chelsie Bosley, Freshman Creative Writing Major

Contributing Writer, Northern Review

Heterick Memorial Library is hosting a Harry Potter-themed event to celebrate 20 years since the publication of the first book of the seven book series.  The first book, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone," was originally published in the United Kingdom as "Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone" in 1997, but it wasn’t released in the United States until 1998 with its title changed.

Open Doors displays black door for National Coming Out Day

Oct 19, 2018
The black door in front of McItosh on October 11th, covered in positive quotes pertaining to Coming Out Day. (File/Open Doors)

A black door landed on the sidewalk in front of The McIntosh Center, the morning of Oct. 10, leaving the student body and faculty questioning its origin and what is was doing on the sidewalk. Some students questioned if it was a joke “portal” to a different dimension; other believed it was a simple prank to throw us out of our day-to-day lives.

Counseling Center Director stepping down

Oct 18, 2018

The Counseling Center has become a great resource for many students at Ohio Northern University. They provide a wide variety of services from treating anxiety and depression to defeating addictions.

Dr. Michael Schafer, who has been the practicing psychologist as well as the director at the Center for the past 12 years, is stepping down from the position effective Dec. 31. He will continue to practice psychology at Professional Psychological Associates  in Lima, Ohio.

From hesitant to confident: How Omega Hollies found her calling and where it will take her next

Oct 17, 2018
ONU's International Students Services Coordinator (ISSC) Omega Hollies first entered the Multicultural Center four years ago. On October 23, she will leave it for the last time. (Photo/McKenzie Wilson)

Four years ago, no one wanted Omega Hollies to be a teacher. The recent Grand Valley State graduate ran around from small job to even smaller job. She filled orders at a local yarn shop one day and nannied a couple young children the next. In the time she had to herself, Hollies checked the web. She hoped every day there would be more than four positions open teaching high school sociology.

A high school never popped up on her server, but Ohio Northern University did.

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