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Greek Life Bids

Feb 24, 2020 - Comments: 0

     Ohio Northern University’s Greek Life recently held informal recruitment. During the fall, recruitment is more formal with four nights predetermined for the girls to meet each chapter, as opposed to informal recruitment in January in which each chapter hosts singular events for potential new members to get to know the sisters.

Senate Debate Night

Feb 20, 2020 - Comments: 0
Debate Stage with host for the event, Arin Wade. Photo By: Madie Carpenter

Student Senate held its annual “Student Senate Debate Night” Feb. 3 in Dicke Forum. The debate featured candidate campaign speeches for college representatives  and the two teams running for president and vice president of Student Senate.

Candidate speeches lasted about a minute and thirty seconds whereas the presidential debate lasted for a substantial portion of the event. Students were encouraged to attend this debate to learn about the candidates hoping to represent them. 

Winter Welcome Fest 2020

Feb 20, 2020 - Comments: 0
Zachary Wiles (left), Madie Carpenter (middle), and Alex Bowen (right) from Amnesty International. Photo By: Camryn Waldrop

Ohio Northern’s Student Senate held its annual “Winter Welcome Fest” event Jan. 27 in Mac Activities room inside the McIntosh Center. Some of the organizations present at Winter Welcome Fest included Amnesty International ONU, American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and others. Each of these organizations have a unique purpose and strive to achieve different goals, promoting diversity at Winter Welcome Fest. 

Coronavirus: Replacing Hysteria with Fact

Feb 14, 2020 - Comments: 0

China announced in late  2019 that it had discovered a new strain of an animal-generated coronavirus, COVID-19 (formally known as 2019-nCoV) in humans. There have been more than 1,360 deaths in China and 60,300 infections globally since then, yet most of the discussion is based in fear rather than fact. In reality, there have been two other recorded instances of coronavirus migration from animal to human.

Competition for Healthy Hearts

Feb 12, 2020 - Comments: 0

For years, doctors have recommended 30 minutes of exercise daily, yet only about 5% of adults actually reach that goal. For American Heart Month, the local American Pharmacist Association (APhA) chapter created a new challenge to help get students on our campus up and moving.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Ohio's Presidential Debate: Cory Booker

Oct 28, 2019 - Comments: 0

Otterbein University held the Democratic Presidential Debate on October 15, 2019. 12 candidates crowded the stage for the Democratic Presidential nomination. Cory Booker, Senator and former Mayor declared his candidacy on February 1, 2019. 


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