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December 2018

Four years of big races, hard practices, and breaking records

Dec 14, 2018 - Comments: 0
Ian McVey (mid-right) readies to start a race next to teammate Spencer Schulze (mid-left) at the Great Lakes Regional 2018. (ONU Sports Information photo/file)

Ian McVey just finished his final season of cross country and he has the awards to prove it.

Seeking Artistic Professionalism; What I learned from spending a weekend with an international solo violist.

Dec 13, 2018 - Comments: 0
Brett Deubner on Stage in Snyder Recital Hall (Emma M. Green/Photo)

Do you remember the moment that you realized what you wanted to be in life? What was that moment; when was it? Did it happen yet?

For Brett Deubner, an international solo violist, that moment was clear. Nine years ago, Brett walked onto the stage in front of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to perform a then-new viola concerto composed by Lalo Schifrin. Looking out at the audience, and hearing their applause, Brett was filled with a sense of pride and accomplishment he hadn’t felt before, and at that moment he knew he wanted to keep doing that for the rest of his life.

Junior Mckenna Hostetler makes a lasting impact on the volleyball team by being the team's libero and captain

Dec 11, 2018 - Comments: 0

“The volleyball program has a strong culture of teaching girls about life and not only volleyball. Everyone in the program is trying to mold the players to become not only the best athletes, but the best people we can be.” This is what sophomore Jordyn Heitbrink initially responded with when she thought about being a part of the Ohio Northern Women’s Volleyball team. The program has a reputation of being successful. Especially in their athletic conference.

Melinda McIntosh is a triple threat at Ohio Northern University

Dec 11, 2018 - Comments: 0

Melinda McIntosh makes juggling her academics, a varsity sport, and being on the executive board of a sorority  look easy.  She is a highly involved and passionate student at Ohio Northern.

Melinda is a Junior Criminal Justice and Psychology major with a Communications minor. This major is driven by her father who is a detective. This a field of which has always been her interest.

ONU Men's Club Volleyball president determined to keep the team alive

Dec 09, 2018 - Comments: 0

Getting cut from a team can be a huge discouragement. It may make you think you never want to play the sport again, or that you aren’t any good at it. This was not the case for ONU sophomore Bradley Lauback. Getting cut from the volleyball team in high school still left a desire in him to continue the sport. Lauback joined the Men’s Club Volleyball team his freshman year and despite the team suffering some big losses, he strived to change the way the team was heading. After only one year of being on the team, Lauback was chosen as the ONU Men’s Club Volleyball team president.

Pharmacy research group takes a non-medicine approach for treatment

Dec 08, 2018 - Comments: 0

Around the world, dementia is one of the greatest contributors to disability in elderly patients. Working with these patients can prove challenging due to the psychological changes as the condition progresses. Non-pharmacological and behavioral treatments are promoted as a first line treatment in slowing down the progression of the symptoms of dementia, especially with Alzheimer’s Dementia.

One group on campus, the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP), happens to be studying non-pharmacological treatment for Alzheimer’s, specifically music therapy.

Ryan Bruns uses his talents and hardwork to bring success to Ohio Northern

Dec 06, 2018 - Comments: 0

Playing basketball has been something he has done for many years. It expands all the way back to the fifth and sixth grade league and into to junior high. Not to mention the impactful four years of his high school basketball team.

Ryan Bruns is a hard-working, talented basketball player.  

Millennials and Money

Dec 03, 2018 - Comments: 0

Millennials have more debt and higher costs of living than any previous generation. The debt we rack up in our early adult lives prevents many of us from making investments later. Over 23 percent of millennials say their credit score has cost them a home, a loan or a new line of credit. This debt is clearly correlated to the rising costs of living and education, even considering other factors, such as inflation.

Trevor Jones: The man behind the camera

Dec 03, 2018 - Comments: 0
ONU student's getting excited as new students come to campus to move in. (Ohio Northern University photo/Trevor Jones)

“I joke that first comes graduation and then the Mac wall...for some that may even be reversed,” Trevor Jones said.

Trevor Jones is the campuses number one photographer and manages to capture the small moment's students didn’t even know needed to be photographed. Those feelings are precisely what the Mac wall photos show off. 

Fencing Club gives sporting opportunities to students

Dec 03, 2018 - Comments: 0

Ohio Northern has a great variety of opportunities for students to participate in various sports. Ranging from basketball and soccer to Lacrosse, there are plenty of opportunities for students to get involved. One of the great sports opportunities here is the Fencing club.

Fencing is a sport based on sword fighting with various different types of swords. There are three disciplines in modern fencing which are the foil, the épée, and the sabre.

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