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How Do ONU Students Tackle Finals?

Dec 08, 2017 - Comments: 0

It is hard to find an Ohio Northern Student more stressed than during the weeks leading up to finals.​

Many students spend countless hours in the library, only leaving for food or when the lights flicker indicating the closing time. Others take refuge in their dorm rooms staying up until the early hours of the morning or pulling an “all-nighter” to complete that last-minute project.​

Multicultural holiday celebration brings students together before finals and break

Dec 08, 2017 - Comments: 0

The Office of Multicultural Development hosted their annual Multicultural Holiday Celebration event in the Affinity Commons Dining Cafe.

From anesthesiology to actinides: How Michael Murray changed his childhood dream

Dec 07, 2017 - Comments: 0

Senior Michael Murray wanted to be an anesthesiologist ever since elementary school. Read how he decided to pursue nuclear chemistry instead.

From changing lives to being changed: Kristen Bissett tells of her Dominican Republic experience

Dec 07, 2017 - Comments: 0

The city of San Juan de la Maguana is not a tourist area. In fact, it is one of the oldest cities in the Dominican Republic and continues to be economically dependent on the agriculture cultivated by the inhabitants of both local “barrios” (Spanish word for “neighborhood”) and surrounding mountains. A visit to the city requires a three and a half hour car ride from the closest airport in Santo Domingo. If you would like to know how difficult the trip is, however, just ask Kristen Bisset.

She has made it twice.


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