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September 2017

Freshman Lydia Cranmer could lead women's golf to a top finish in OAC

Sep 19, 2017 - Comments: 0

Freshman Lydia Cranmer has already posted impressive finishes at the first three tournaments of the fall season for the women's golf program. Her success could lead the team to a top finish in the OAC later on in the spring. 

Northern faces defensive test in home opener

Sep 15, 2017 - Comments: 0

Two weeks ago, as the mid-Michigan sunset tinted Adrian’s Docking Stadium orange, Ohio Northern found itself in an all-too-familiar scenario.

After the Polar Bears led 21-16 heading into the fourth quarter, Adrian running back Emmanuel Stewart scampered into the endzone just two minutes into the period to take the lead.

ONU lost three games in the fourth quarter in 2016, resulting in a disappointing 5-5 finish. It had been on their mind all offseason. This couldn’t be happening again, could it?

Senate Beat: Siblings Weekend preview

Sep 15, 2017 - Comments: 0

This weekend, approximately one thousand family members of Ohio Northern students will come to campus to enjoy a weekend of festivities.

There will be movies on the tundra, food trucks, live bands, magicians and more. In addition, attending the festivities will be free of charge.

The first ever Family and Siblings Weekend, hosted by the Student Senate and co-sponsored by the Student Planning Committee, Greek Life and Northern Christian Fellowship, however, could not be executed without the blood, sweat and tears of Senate forums secretary Derek Price.

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.

What's in the Backpack of a Senior Mechanical Engineering Major?

Sep 13, 2017 - Comments: 0
Mechanical Engineering senior Allison Hudson relies on the common necessities to help her through her busy days (Photo/NR/Dominic Turnea).

For mechanical engineering senior Allison Hudson, a backpack is essential for carrying the resources that will help her complete her degree at Ohio Northern University. As a member of the Joint Engineering Council, Phi Sigma Rho, the Society of Women Engineers, and several other organizations, Hudson travels to and from the classroom and meeting rooms, relying on her efficient backpack. 

Senate Beat: New housing reps, hurricane fund and more

Sep 12, 2017 - Comments: 0

This year, the Northern Review will begin the “Senate Beat,” where our staff will cover Student Senate meetings and activities. In doing so, the Northern Review aims to keep the campus community informed on the efforts of its campus government like never before.

In the Student Senate’s third general assembly meeting of the year last Wednesday, all of the chairs surrounding the podium were finally full.

Sandwiches: A Social Revolution

Sep 11, 2017 - Comments: 0

Discussing the current societal understanding of what truly makes up a sandwich and the implications of the definitions we attribute to sandwiches.

Long lunch lines are causing a problem for students with short lunch times

Sep 07, 2017 - Comments: 0

The long line to get into the dining hall is causing problems for students who have limited time in their schedule.

How a decision made by Jason Trusnik's high school coaches spurred his NFL career

Sep 07, 2017 - Comments: 0

Rob Rardin was mad.

No, in the coach’s words, he was pissed.

It was August of 2001 and the Nordonia High School football team was grinding through two-a-days. Rardin, then the team’s head coach, had given his defensive staff a task.

“I got with my coaches, and I had a very young staff, and I said, ‘I want to know where we can play Jason Trusnik,’” Rardin said. “He’s too good of a kid to not have a position for.”