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Keiser Distinguished Lectureship in the Life Sciences Features Dr. Alan Steinman

Oct 30, 2016 - Comments: 0

Every year, the Keiser Distinguished Lectureship in the Life Sciences features a world renowned ecological or biological scientist.    Dr. Jay Mager, chair of the Keiser Distinguished Lectureship in Life Sciences, says that the goal of lectureship is to “promote dialogue and interaction between students and internationally renowned biologists”.  This year’s Keiser Distinguished Lectureship in the Life Sciences featured Dr. Alan Steinman, director of Grand Valley State University’s Annis Water Resources Institute.

“Survivor Man” Les Stroud coming to ONU

Oct 28, 2016 - Comments: 0
Canadian television star, explorer and musician, Les Stroud (Photo by Watch TV).

Les Stroud, creator and star of “Survivor Man,” a survival show distributed across Canada and the United States will perform at the Freed Center's Biggs Theater at 7:30 pm on Saturday, October 29. Stroud's show will feature a combination of his adventures, film making and music.

A preview of his performance can be seen here. Tickets for students are only $10 and can be purchased at the Freed Center box office available at 419.772.1900.  

Solar Panel Array Begins Construction

Oct 21, 2016 - Comments: 0
President Dibiasio signing the ceremonial solar panel at the groundbreaking ceremony (Photo by ONU Communications and Marketing)

GEM Energy has officially began construction on a 2 megawatt solar panel field that will supply energy to ONU.

At the solar field’s ground breaking ceremony several individuals significant in the projects development were present such as ONU President Dr. Daniel DiBiasio, Director of Sustainability Terry Keiser and GEM Energy President Bill Alexander.    

'Tunes on the Tundra' turns up despite change in plans

Oct 18, 2016 - Comments: 0
The American hip-hop artist performs his most popular music on Sept. 30, providing a night of fun and excitement. The event was sponsored by Ohio Northern's Student Senate.

The stage was set, and the lights went down in anticipation for a night of thrill featuring American hip-hop artist Asher Roth on Sept. 30 at the King-Horn Sports Center on Ohio Northern University’s campus. The concert, dubbed as “Tunes on the Tundra,” was sponsored by ONU’s Student Senate.

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