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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.

Fall Paintings at SPC Paint and Sip

Oct 28, 2019 - Comments: 0

As a part of their monthly events, SPC decided to host a paint and sip for fall. While paint and sips are often a drinking affair, the only requirements are a group of painters, an idea, tons of paint, and a teacher. So SPC has found a way to open them up for the general student body: having a student lead the event.

Inktober Week 2

Oct 08, 2019 - Comments: 0

Inktober is a month long challenge where artists or calligraphers create one ink drawing every day for the 31 days of October.

This is a collection of student art from the days: 7-13.

The Fall Reading Series Begins with F. Daniel Rziczneck

Oct 07, 2019 - Comments: 0

Storytelling runs in the veins of humanity, but becoming a professional writer is a difficult desire. Every semester, the English department welcomes at least one respected poet or author to read their work to the community and offer advice to others.

Spirit Space puts the religious community in the spotlight

Sep 18, 2019 - Comments: 0

As time moves forward at a university, some organizations and groups grow, while others shrink. One of the groups to grow in the past few years is ONU’s Religious Life, as seen with this year’s Spirit Space event.

P5s Decimate Underclassmen at Pharm Phest Tug of War

Sep 17, 2019 - Comments: 0

Giant Jenga, cornhole, and pizza: what could be better? At the annual Pharmacy Phest, the answer is tug of war.

Greek Life Philanthropy Events

Sep 17, 2019 - Comments: 0

With Greek Life recruitment starting up, a key part of joining Greek organizations is participating in the service and good works they do for their campus and surrounding community. 

Philanthropy events at Ohio Northern University can range from events tailored around food such as Alpha Xi Delta’s Mac-N-Cheese with the Alpha Xi’s, Delta Zeta’s Smore’s for Starkey, and Theta Chi’s Tacos for Troops, to fun and engaging events such as Zeta Tau Alpha’s 5K, Kappa Alpha Theta’s Bump, Set, Kite, and Delta Sigma Phi’s Polar Plunge. 

Night to Shine creates safe prom environment for young special needs people

Mar 18, 2019 - Comments: 0
Cortney Kiser (far left) and Jessica Minner (far right) with their Night to Shine prom dates. The prom featured Living Statues (center) as a way of providing entertainment for the event. (photo provided by Cortney Kiser)

The dresses, the venue and the fun date makes prom a night of excitement and fun for most students. For the special needs community it can be hard to find prom as special as everyone else.

The Tim Tebow Foundation started Night To Shine for that exact reason.

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