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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. 

Parting is such sweet sorrow but Romeo and Juliet is just the beginning

Oct 25, 2018 - Comments: 0

The 2018-2019 season opener is in the books for the Ohio Northern Theatre Department as the cast of Romeo and Juliet completed their rendition of Shakespeare's classic love story.

From hesitant to confident: How Omega Hollies found her calling and where it will take her next

Oct 17, 2018
ONU's International Students Services Coordinator (ISSC) Omega Hollies first entered the Multicultural Center four years ago. On October 23, she will leave it for the last time. (Northern Review photo/McKenzie Wilson)

Four years ago, no one wanted Omega Hollies to be a teacher. The recent Grand Valley State graduate ran around from small job to even smaller job. She filled orders at a local yarn shop one day and nannied a couple young children the next. In the time she had to herself, Hollies checked the web. She hoped every day there would be more than four positions open teaching high school sociology.

A high school never popped up on her server, but Ohio Northern University did.

Spirit Rock rocks campus

Apr 15, 2014

The Spirit Rock, once a lonely, unpainted rock from a quarry, has attracted all sorts of attention from around the campus. Its location is perfect for advertising, considering that it's located outside of Mac, and students pass the rock every day. But what is the history behind the rock? Where did the idea come from?

Lacks family: Henrietta "will always live"

Jan 29, 2014

On Tuesday, Jan. 21, Ohio Northern University welcomed two very special people to the Freed Center for a cozy evening of stories and laughter. For the students, it was a learning experience, but for the two women who came to visit the campus, it was an opportunity to share their grandmother's story, the amazing phenomenon of Henrietta Lacks. 

ONU celebrates 20 years of dance

Jan 29, 2014

Ohio Northern University is celebrating 20 Years of Dance on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 2, at 2 p.m. in the Biggs Theatre. Current students and alumni are working together to perform, choreograph and design a show dedicated to celebrating tradition and honoring the journey of Ohio Northern University students from freshmen to professionals. 

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