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Elissa Washuta comes to ONU for spring reading series

Apr 21, 2018 - Comments: 0
Author and professor Elissa Washuta reads sections from her nonfiction work in the Elzay Art Gallery (photo/NR/Dominic Turnea).

It’s not everyday that two whimsically-talented writers get to present their written work to the Ohio Northern University campus.  Ohio Northern’s English Department hosted its semester English Department Reading Series on Monday, April 16 in the Elzay Art Gallery.  Guests chatted and enjoyed a variety of delicious food before attending the Gallery for the 7 p.m. reading.

Polaris represents ONU at the annual AWP conference in Tampa, FL

Mar 26, 2018 - Comments: 0
Polaris staff attended AWP, the country's largest literary journal conference. (photo/Matthew Haase)

The Association of Writers & Writing Programs, also known as AWP, welcomes writers from all across the country for a week of networking, keynote speakers and opportunities for individuals to share their passion for writing every year. While college students were on Spring Break in March, Ohio Northern University’s undergraduate creative writing journal, Polaris, sent its editors and advisor to the annual AWP Conference in Tampa, Florida. From March 7-11, the Polaris staff were given the AWP experience, along with the chance to explore the city of Tampa. 

Soccer strikes the stage in debut play

Feb 07, 2018 - Comments: 0
Director Joan Robbins and the cast of the upcoming play, "The Wolves," spend a Saturday morning rehearsing one scene that requires the cast to pass a soccer ball and produce dialogue simultaneously. The debut show by Sarah DeLappe is set to open February 22 in Stambaugh Theater (photo/Northern Review).

Adolescence can be a weird period of time in one’s life. It’s a time of fast-paced changes both socially and biologically. As students progress in their college career, it can become very difficult to think back to the time when insecurities and peer pressure thrived and reputations were everything. In playwright Sarah DeLappe’s debut play, “The Wolves,” students will get a glimpse of the olden days as it captures the raw emotions associated with female youth and their relationships on a club soccer team.

Nathaniel Foley brings innovation and aviation in "Flight of Obscurity"

Jan 30, 2018 - Comments: 0
Artists Nathaniel Foley presents a wide variety of his sculptors in the Elzay Art Gallery  (photo/NR/Dominic Turnea).

 

Thick, dark netting suspends in the air of the Elzay Art Gallery, obscuring the sculptures from being clearly identified.  Only upon slipping through the netting one can properly enter, explore, and gaze upon the intricate varieties of sculptures that make up “Flight of Obscurity”. 

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