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May 2017

Eight years later, the run for roses continues

May 15, 2017 - Comments: 0

The eighth annual Run for Roses, hosted May 7th, 2017, promoted cystic fibrosis awareness and research funding. The event was created in honor of Ohio Northern University’s physical therapy graduates Kim and Angela Badertscher.

Angela and Kim were diagnosed with cystic fibrosis in 2008. When Angela lost her battle to the disease, her school family was inspired to act. Faculty and students of Ohio Northern’s physical therapy program organized a 5K to honor Angela and her sister Kim, a clinical outreach athletic trainer at Northern.

Spring season 2017

May 12, 2017 - Comments: 0
Freshman chemistry major Justin Kindle shares this photo of the sunset scenery from this past spring semester (photo/Justin Kindle).

As students leave for the summer break, the Northern Review looks back at the spring semester. 

Farewell Letter from the Editor

May 11, 2017 - Comments: 0
2016-17 Editor-in-Chief Kasy Long writes a farewell letter to her readers and staff members (photo/Dale Long).

Dear Readers,

This is an incredibly hard letter to write. I knew the time would come for me to leave the Northern Review and move on to another project, but now that the time has arrived, I’m deeply saddened to say goodbye to an organization that has been my home for the past four years.

Networking, networking, networking

May 11, 2017 - Comments: 0
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).

Ohio Northern University's PRSSA organization offers many opportunities for its members to engage in activities with public relations professionals. This spring, members traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to explore career opportunities. 

"Polaris" reveals 2016-17 edition

May 07, 2017 - Comments: 0
ONU's "Polaris Literary Magazine" revealed its 2016-17 edition at a release party at El Campo Mexican Restaurant on May 2 (Northern Review photo/Kasy Long).

Ohio Northern University's undergraduate magazine of literature and art, "Polaris," revealed its 2016-17 edition on May 2. 

Stepping away and moving forward

May 04, 2017 - Comments: 0
Senior criminal justice student Matthew Craven began his journey at Ohio Northern University at the Dial-Robertson Football Stadium. During his educational career, he retired from football to focus on his passion in music, as well as to prepare for his future career as a lawyer. Craven's hand is positioned on his baseball cap to symbolize moving forward into the future, removing his lower-class upbringing, and stepping forward into a brighter future (photo/Matthew Craven).

Photo courtesy of senior criminal justice student Matthew Craven.

Shakespeare dominates ONU Department of English capstone projects

May 03, 2017 - Comments: 0
William Shakespeare was the main topic used for the ONU Department of English senior capstone projects (photo/biography.com).

Junior literature major Kelley Lewis and senior literature major Erika Mortimer presented their senior capstone projects on Wednesday, April 26. Both projects focused on Shakespearean drama. 

A rainy day on Fraternity Circle

May 01, 2017 - Comments: 0
Freshman molecular biology student Holly Dyer took this photograph of Fraternity Circle during a rainy day on Ohio Northern University's campus (Northern Review photo/Holly Dyer).

Photo courtesy of freshman molecular biology student Holly Dyer.

Letter to the Editor: Response to 'Faulty sprinklers and messy mold can't go unnoticed'

May 01, 2017 - Comments: 0
Marc Staley, director of Ohio Northern University's Physical Plant, and Bill Ballard, Vice President for Financial Affairs, wrote a letter to the Northern Review editor with an explanation for the recent Residence Life issues on campus (Northern Review photo/Nathan Grizenko).

The following letter is from Marc Staley, director of Ohio Northern University's Physical Plant, and Bill Ballard, Vice President for Financial Affairs. 

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The recent article in the Northern Review entitled "Faulty sprinklers and messy mold can't go unnoticed" raised some important concerns for which we wanted to provide some feedback.