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Work Smarter, Not Harder

May 29, 2020 - Comments: 0
One way to examine being more efficient at work is by looking at models like the Traveling Salesman Problem, according to Steve Manns in his award-winning Benjamin Franklin Finkel Mathematics Essay on the power of extremely fast algorithms. (iStock photo/ metamorworks)

Publisher's Note: Steve Manns' essay was one of two essays that won the Benjamin Franklin Finkel Mathematics Essay Contest. The Northern Review congratulates Steve on this honor.

The History and Promise of Mathematical Theorem Provers

May 21, 2020 - Comments: 0
Mathematics is a language of logic, according to Kenneth Eaton in his award-winning Benjamin Franklin Finkel Mathematics Essay on the power of mathematical theorem provers. (iStock photo/ Warrenrandalcarr)

Publisher's Note: Kenneth Eaton's essay was one of two essays that won the Benjamin Franklin Finkel Mathematics Essay Contest. The Northern Review congratulates Kenneth on this honor.

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.

Elzay Faculty Exhibition

Feb 28, 2020 - Comments: 0

The Elzay Gallery of Art featured new works by the faculty of the Art & Design program of Ohio Northern. The display featured artwork including photography by Professor Staton, paintings by Professor Eddings, sketches by Professor Mancuso, and ceramic sculptures created by Professor Sheets.

Rae Staton is the professor of photography, with her photos primarily being portraits. She strives for a natural ambiance. Rather than highly editing her photos, Staton chooses to show her model’s natural beauty.

A Magical Movie Night with SPC

Feb 28, 2020 - Comments: 0

The Student Planning Committee (SPC) hosts movie nights as well as many other events for the students of ONU to enjoy themselves and detox from the schoolwork load. SPC took students to the magical world of Harry Potter on Tuesday Feb. 4 as one of their movie nights, showing Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and serving various magical snacks for the students.

Delta Zeta Sorority Raises Money to the Gift of Life

Feb 26, 2020 - Comments: 0
Kendra Miller and Alex Bowen work the donation booth

 

The Delta Zeta Sorority at Ohio Northern University has worked to help people to hear and speak for themselves for many years with a focus on hearing and speech since 1954. 

 

Delta Zeta has been partnered with the Starkey Hearing Foundation since 2009 and raised over $5,000,000 for this foundation since that partnership began. 

 

MLK Keynote Speaker Dr. Tracie Addy Addresses Racial Injustice in Higher Education

Feb 17, 2020 - Comments: 0

 Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision for inclusion and equality is still a work in progress despite the advances that have been made over the years. Several stories were shared that showcase the racial injustice across college and university campuses in the United States today. These stories ranged from hate group marches to insensitive jokes promoting racism to the use of blackface as a Halloween costume. Dr.

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.

"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.

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