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Open Mic Night livens campus music scene

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

Live music has an appeal that draws audiences from miles away, having perhaps waited in line or online to be the first to buy the sometimes outrageously priced tickets, to hear the phenomena that might only last a few hours. Live music has a unique power to attract people, to excite them and to move their emotions.

ONU celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Oct 02, 2013 - Comments: 0

October means several things for different people. Halloween festivals, pumpkin carving contests, haunted houses and different fall festivities are common activities to participate in during the month. For one group at Ohio Northern University, October represents a different, much deeper meaning.

Cultural conversation invites perspectives

Sep 25, 2013 - Comments: 0

Conversation- every group has their own style, their own way of conveying thoughts and ideas. There are different accents, different languages and even different gestures. People know this. And yet, there is another element of much greater benefit, which can be achieved through having a conversation, especially if it is with someone who is quite different from you. This is because those differences can come together to create something unique and beautiful.

International students flood campus

Sep 18, 2013 - Comments: 0

There's something big happening on campus, and it applies to more than just good ol' Ada, Ohio. In fact, some may say it reaches as far as the global scale.
It may be noticeable in the sound of foreign tongues, the sight of flying flags, or maybe just the smell of Kabsa and stir-fry in the air.
So, what exactly is this sensation? International students. International students everywhere.
And it's actually kind of a big deal.

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  • Ohio Northern University has various organizations on campus ranging from social clubs to honorary. There is always something for a student to do. One of the thriving...
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    ONU's PRSSA chapter took to the ice with the Pittsburgh Penguins during this year's annual Spring Firm trip (photo/Ohio Northern University PRSSA).
  • The end of the 2016-17 academic school year is approaching and that means it is time for seniors to present their capstone projects across departments at Ohio Northern...
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    William Shakespeare was the main topic used for the ONU Department of English senior capstone projects (photo/biography.com).
  • The things you choose to carry around with you say a lot about your personality and your major. When it comes to packing his book bag for the day, business management...
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    Freshman business management student Luke Peterson shares his backpack with the Northern Review staff (Northern Review photo/Via D'Agostino).
  • Question: What's your favorite television show?  “My favorite show is 'New Girl'. I love the humor of the show and I think the way the characters bond over the course of...
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    The Northern Review staff asked five students a question about their favorite television show (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long).
  • Who doesn’t love a little bit of friendly competition? The Greek Life community at Ohio Northern University does, which is why every spring members train and compete in...
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    Ohio Northern University's Greek Life chapters participated in various Greek Week festivities, including a pizza eating contest (Northern Review photo/Devan Bianco).
  • Ohio Northern University’s campus newspaper, The Northern Review, has been serving the Ada community since 1915, replacing the original newspaper, The Northern Light....
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  • This is the final ONU Problem of the Week for the 2016-17 school year. --- Consider five tiny ants randomly located along a line, with the initial distance between the...
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    The final ONU Problem of the Week for the 2016-17 school year asks students to solve a math problem involving ants (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long)
  • “Bankrupt Cancer” was this year’s slogan for Ohio Northern University’s Relay for Life held on March 31 in the King-Horn Sports Complex. Cancer is the second leading...
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    Students participate in a game of musical chairs with ONU's mascot, Klondike, at this year's Relay for Life. In total, the campus community raised almost $16,000 for research and financial support for victims of the disease (Northern Review photo/Nathan Grizenko).
  • Question: What is your favorite memory of the past school year? My favorite memory from this year was getting to meet with representatives and senators through 'Day on...
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    The Northern Review staff asked four students a question about their favorite memories from this past school year. (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long)
  • Sincerity, truth and design are the three components of the motto for Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society. Founded in 1924 at Dakota Wesleyan...
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    Sigma Tau Delta members Kasy Long, Kelley Lewis, Sofie Moeller, and Rachel Cruea visited the Speed Art Museum on the University of Louisville's campus during the 2017 convention. (photo/Douglas Dowland)

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