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Letter to the Editor: Response to 'Faulty sprinklers and messy mold can't go unnoticed'

May 01, 2017 - Comments: 0
Marc Staley, director of Ohio Northern University's Physical Plant, and Bill Ballard, Vice President for Financial Affairs, wrote a letter to the Northern Review editor with an explanation for the recent Residence Life issues on campus (Northern Review photo/Nathan Grizenko).

The following letter is from Marc Staley, director of Ohio Northern University's Physical Plant, and Bill Ballard, Vice President for Financial Affairs. 

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The recent article in the Northern Review entitled "Faulty sprinklers and messy mold can't go unnoticed" raised some important concerns for which we wanted to provide some feedback.

Combining journalism with creative writing to simply be 'a writer'

Apr 28, 2017 - Comments: 0
Journalism and creative writing don't have to be separate. Journalists can write creatively, often seen in the form of feature writing (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long).

Senior creative writing major Kasy Long writes about how she combines her creativity with journalism as Editor-in-Chief of the Northern Review

New Dean, New Start

Apr 19, 2017 - Comments: 0
The next dean needs to be someone who can even out the playing field and bring unity back to the College of Arts and Sciences (Northern Review Photo/Nathan Grizenko).

Every time someone asks me what I like about Ohio Northern University, I always say that I love the faculty they hire because they’re always so helpful, supportive, and genuinely interested in their students’ success.

Recently, the Getty College of Arts and Sciences ended its year-long search for the next dean, and the final decision is now left to Provost Maria Cronley and President Dan DiBiasio.

Faulty sprinklers and messy mold can't go unnoticed

Apr 18, 2017 - Comments: 0
After the sprinkler system malfunctioned in Roberts Hall, students want to know what went wrong and how the problem will be fixed (Northern Review Photo/Nathan Grizenko).

There is something that all students can agree on: early morning fire alarms are terrible. They are even worse when the incident is real and not some student thinking it would be funny to wake up everybody.

That is what happened when the fire alarm went off in the early morning of April 2. The entire sophomore dormitory halls were jolted awake and alarmed when told something real was going on; it was not a prank.

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