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Alumni Affinity becomes focus of 2018 Homecoming

Sep 26, 2018 - Comments: 0
Barbara Meek ('90), Director of the Office of Alumni Relations, stands beside Dr. Holly Baumgartner, Dean of the Getty College, at the ONU Alumni House (photo/Helen Heinig).

ONU ‘90 alumna and director of alumni relations Barbara Meek took the podium at Senate’s most recent meeting Sept. 19. Meek, in preparation for Homecoming, wanted to address a couple of policy changes related to student organizations and the Homecoming tent.

According to Meek, the Office of Alumni Relations’ purpose is “to build, sustain, and recognize relationships to support ONU.”

Student Senate’s members are friendly and eager for change

Aug 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
The 2018-2019 Cabinet of Ohio Northern's Student Senate poses for a picture. The newest administration is lead by senior political science major Seth Ferguson and fifth-year pharmacy major Mary Komandt.

The Ohio Northern University Student Senate hit the ground running, holding its first general meeting of the academic year Aug. 22.

While the meeting was located to the McIntosh Ballroom, which did not have an American flag displayed or means to project the meeting’s agenda, it was nonetheless a productive one.

Dean's office houses vintage cameras and superheroes

Feb 28, 2018 - Comments: 0
Dr. Holly Baumgartner, Dean of The Getty College, displays several of her most prized cameras from her collection of over 80. The Dean began collecting cameras when she was a freshman in college.

Visual media has become quite popular in the past decade with the development of smartphones and various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Children and teenagers are quickly finding their way around the digital world. As a young college woman herself, Dean Holly Baumgartner found her way around the visual world after one visit to a flea market helped her to find a passion for old cameras.

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.

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