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March 2020

Multicultural Center searches for a new director following the departure of Dr. LaShonda Gurley

Mar 16, 2020 - Comments: 0

The Multicultural Development director, Dr. LaShonda Gurley, stepped down after finding a new job last fall. All staff, faculty, and students are supporting each other to keep up with what she had done for multicultural development, students on campus, and international students. The search has begun to find a new director of Multicultural Development.

A New Perspective of Life from the Sebok Lecture

Mar 16, 2020 - Comments: 0

Solidly planning out the future is not always the best because things will change in life, and that is okay. Dr. Susan Meyer, the presenter at the annual Sebok Lecture on Feb. 21, gave this message at her lecture titled, “Where’s the Fun in a Crystal Ball?”

College is not like the movies.

Mar 16, 2020 - Comments: 0
National Lampoon's Animal House movie poster. (Photo/National Lampoon Inc.)

College is often depicted in many different ways through all kinds of movies. Movies like the Neighbors, House Bunny, Animal House, even Monsters University show this wild experience of college where you have to find a group of friends quickly or you’re an outsider for life. The movies show that class doesn’t really matter and the social experiences do, or that greek life is bad. These are all insane stereotypes that invade the mind of prospective college students and scare them into going one direction or another. 

Exploring Sexuality with the Rubi Affair

Mar 15, 2020 - Comments: 0

Rubi Affair is a medium for a huge community to support and explore itself while showcasing to a broader public by means of comedy and self-confidence. This community is the LGBTQ+ community, which grows every day as it becomes more and more accepted. Rubi Affair is a drag show hosted annually by Open Doors, featuring the Rubi Girls of Dayton, Ohio, along with student performers on Saturday, February 15th.

Students face unprecedented issues following coronavirus outbreak

Mar 12, 2020 - Comments: 0
The Student Health Center offers a variety of services to students at Ohio Northern University. Students are encouraged to call ahead to any health facility if they have any symptoms of coronavirus including a fever, cough, or have been in close contact with someone who has coronavirus. (photo/Kelly Kern)

As preventative measures to minimize the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to be implemented across the state of Ohio, campus community members of Ohio Northern University continue to face various setbacks and inconveniences to its academic and social lives. Since the announcement made March 10 to cease all face-to-face classes and cancel large, public gatherings, students and faculty are all wondering one thing: Is this an overreaction? 

COVID-19 forces ONU to suspend in-person lectures, cancel public gatherings

Mar 11, 2020 - Comments: 0
ONU moved to suspend face-to-face lecture and all large, public gatherings until April 17 in response to reported cases of COVID-19 in Ohio. Areas such as the library and the dining hall will remain open for students who wish to stay on campus during this time. (photo/Doug DeNoi)

In response to the new coronavirus, or COVID-19, Governor of Ohio Mike DeWine held a conference call with college and university presidents to outline the next steps to prevent the spread of the virus.

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