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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.

For Polar Bears, by Polar Bears

Mar 27, 2017 - Comments: 0

The Northern Review is Ohio Northern University’s campus newspaper. As a staff, we work to be a relevant and credible source of information to the student body and campus community. We do our best to exercise our First Amendment right responsibly.

We live in a world of “fake news.” Fake news is a type of hoax or deliberate spread of misinformation. In today’s political climate, the public is taught to distrust the media. The leader of the free world indignantly opposes its purpose and continues to shame news organizations for truthful, albeit inconvenient, reporting.

Wait, there's a fee?

Mar 18, 2017 - Comments: 0
Picture of Ohio Northern University's campus. (photo/wedding spot)

Ohio Northern University prides itself on being able to offer diverse opportunities for different students. Student Senate distributes budgets to many student clubs and organizations, allowing them to host many activities for the student body, including concerts, dances, and bingo nights. One thing many students may have not realized is that a student activities fee will be added to every student's billing for the next academic year.

How I'm staring into a big, open abyss

Mar 04, 2017 - Comments: 0
College seniors have too much pressure to figure out their plans. They're staring into a big, open abyss as they finish their undergraduate education (photo/dreamicus.com)

Senior creative writing major and Northern Review Editor-in-Chief Kasy Long discusses her frustrations with job searches. 

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