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Celebrating Polar Bear Day: A historical look at Klondike

Feb 27, 2017 - Comments: 0
Klondike is a popular figure across campus. He is always seen at community events, welcoming guests to campus for fun activities. (photo/Office of Communications & Marketing)

February 27 is International Polar Bear Day. To celebrate, the Northern Review staff documents the history of ONU's own polar bear, Klondike. 

What's in your backpack?: A day in the life of a double major college student

Feb 26, 2017 - Comments: 0
A look inside Megan Kennedy's book bag. (photo/Megan Kennedy)

Double major graphic design and marketing student Megan Kennedy shows her backpack to the Northern Review staff. 

Filbert Cartoon 22

Feb 22, 2017 - Comments: 0
(comic/Anthony Labonte)

Courtesy of Anthoy Labonte

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The Filbert comic strip is a weekly feature in the Northern Review. Stay tuned for more adventures. 

ONU Problem of the Week

Feb 20, 2017 - Comments: 0
This week's ONU Problem of the Week combines cereal with math. (photo/stltoday.com)

The ONU Problem of the Week is a regular feature in the Northern Review, provided by the Department of Mathematics & Statistics. 

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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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