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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.

Coffee House is your VIP pass

Nov 08, 2017 - Comments: 0

That’s why any Ohio Northern University Student should attend tomorrow’s Coffee House hosted by Student Senate at 7pm in the Bear Cave.

Students can get up close and personal with President Dan DiBiasio, discussing issues related to university policy and giving suggestions to improve campus life.

Dining renovations add new flavors to ONU palate

Sep 14, 2017 - Comments: 0
After extensive renovations, McIntosh Dining Hall is once again open for business, offering fresh scenery and fresh food to ONU students (photo/Northern Review).

After summer break, students return to Ohio Northern University, remembering why they chose it to be their home away from home. From the colorful and lush vegetation to the invaluable relationships with peers and professors, it’s hard to imagine returning to a new campus after just a few short months. Of course, even the most seasoned ONU students felt like a prospective student again once they stepped into the newly renovated McIntosh Dining Hall.

Friday performance of 'Pirates' cancelled due to illness

Apr 25, 2017 - Comments: 0
Sophomore vocal performance major Kate Patterson makes her appearance on stage during a dress rehearsal for the spring musical, "The Pirates of Penzance." The evening performance on April 7 was cancelled after Patterson lost her voice (Northern Review photo/Shane Tilton).

This article is the final installment of the three-part series in which Kirsten Osbun-Manley, the director of “The Pirates of Penzance,” explains how the directors, cast, and crew saved the show after sophomore vocal performance major Kate Patterson lost her voice due to laryngitis, which resulted in the cancelation of the performance on April 7.

At 12:30 p.m. on April 7, sophomore vocal performance major Kate Patterson met with Kirsten Osbun-Manley, director of the spring musical “The Pirates of Penzance,” to deliver some unfortunate news.

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