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November 2019

The Lonely Elzay Gallery

Nov 20, 2019 - Comments: 0

As humans I must ask, have we become so simple minded that we no longer care for testing our understanding? Have we lost touch with our inner self who wishes to go and be creative? Why have we as people lost interest in art? So many questions, such as these, come to mind when thinking about why attendance is so low at the Elzay Gallery at Ohio Northern University. 

Eugene Stechschulte reflects on his time before ONU

Nov 20, 2019 - Comments: 0
Baseball Coach Eugene Stechschulte

Eugene Stechschulte is Ohio Northern’s current Head Baseball coach. He has been coaching baseball at ONU for 9 years, with an additional 8 years of baseball coaching prior to coming to ONU. Stechschulte grew up in Kalida, Ohio where he was the youngest of seven children. As a child, Stechschulte was familiar with ONU because his team used the school’s athletic trainers for rehab. He played multiple sports including baseball, basketball, soccer, and was also involved in band and musicals during high school.

The new facility makes big opportunities for the tennis teams

Nov 18, 2019 - Comments: 0
Old tennis facility right next to the engineering building. (Northern Review photo / Mana Hashimoto)

The tennis courts have been relocated to the west side of campus. While it may seem to some an unnecessary move, there was apparently more to the story than meets the eye.

Connections to the Future of Pharmacy

Nov 18, 2019 - Comments: 0

The Raabe College of Pharmacy held a career fair on Nov. 1 to allow students to form connections with future potential employers. Several opportunities are available such as residencies, internships, and full-time job offers.

The fifth- and sixth-year students go through all the booths from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. This allows them to meet with potential future job sites and residencies. During this time, they can schedule interviews for later that day and to eat lunch with their potential employers.

ONU Stands with S.T.A.R.S.: Education on Human Trafficking

Nov 16, 2019 - Comments: 0
Ele tells the story of her life (photo/Harleigh Bellmann)

Every single day an estimated 3,200 people are sold or kidnapped and forced into some form of slavery. Second only to drug dealing, human trafficking is one of the largest enterprises that results in population displacement.

Sister2Sister, an African American women’s group on campus invited Elesondra “Ele” DeRomano, the leader of Standing Together Against Real Slavery (S.T.A.R.S) to campus Nov. 9.

"Cow-Pie" Bingo with the PMDs

Nov 12, 2019 - Comments: 0

Phi Mu Delta brought a cow onto campus for people to bet on its “mud pies” for cancer. The event was hosted on Oct. 25 and was able to raise a total of $2,817.50 to be sent to Saint Jude. The winner of the bingo pool is Edward Svihovec, the father of the philanthropy chair of Phi Mu Delta Joshua Svihovec.

What is Happening Around Us?

Nov 11, 2019 - Comments: 0

Are you up to date with current events around the world this week? If not, I have you covered! Specifically, intriguing events are happening in the United States, South Africa and the world as a whole. All you have to do is read! 


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Bidding Farewell to Dr. LaShonda Gurley

Nov 10, 2019 - Comments: 0

On Tuesday, October 29, students gathered in the Dean’s Heritage Room where Dr. LaShonda Gurley spoke to the multicultural planning committee (MPC). This meeting would be her last before her official departure for another institution on November 4. However, she did not know that coworker, Dianne Ricks planned a surprise farewell party following.

"Jungle Jack" Brings a Taste of the Zoo to ONU

Nov 08, 2019 - Comments: 0

Jack Hanna, better known as “Jungle Jack,” came to ONU to share his passion for animals and to spread his message of protecting and conserving the wild world. He brought several of the animals he loves to campus on Oct. 5 for Homecoming Weekend festivities.

ONU Esports is on top while conference is down in the dumps

Nov 07, 2019 - Comments: 0

By Michael Berner, Contributing Writer

The world of Esports burst onto the scene a few years ago. 

Now it is here. 

ONU creating an athletic platform for those who love to game all while drawing attention to the university. Ohio Northern's program was created in the summer of 2019 and is developing fast as one of the best teams in the area.  The team currently boasts an undefeated record after defeating Muskingum, Mount Vernon Nazarene and Aquinas. However, none of this could have been accomplished without the help of head coach Troy Chiefari.  

2020 presidential candidates battle for conservative central Ohio's vote

Nov 05, 2019 - Comments: 0

Twelve presidential hopefuls met at Otterbein University to put forth policies that addressed some of Ohio’s most pressing issues including healthcare, gun violence, and the opioid crisis, in hopes of appealing to voters who voted for Mr. Trump in 2016.

The night didn’t begin with talks about healthcare reform or ending gun violence in our neighborhoods. CNN moderator Anderson Cooper immediately jumped to the impeachment inquiry launched by House democrats. Each candidate got to weigh in on the matter.


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