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White Coat Ceremony 2019

Oct 11, 2019 - Comments: 0
ONU's College of Pharmacy Facebook Page

Ohio Northern University’s third-year pharmacy students received their white coats Sept. 28 at the annual White Coat Ceremony,an event where pharmacy majors “recommit themselves to their profession” according to third-year pharmacy student Carmen Bowers. 

 

Pharmacy students have a mentor, who is a graduated pharmacist, to watch over them throughout their time in school. The mentors present their mentees with the coat and then the students recite an oath of professional commitment to pharmacy. 

Ohio Northern's College of Arts and Sciences Structural Changes

Oct 08, 2019 - Comments: 0
Center for Teacher Education Leadership

The College of Arts and Sciences will be experiencing a structural change during the 2019-2020 school year. These changes will affect all aspects of the college, the most notable alteration being the dissolvement of departments and emergence of divisions. 

Ohio Northern’s Student Senate Welcomes Fourteen New Members in September

Sep 30, 2019 - Comments: 0
New Housing Representatives taking Oath of Office

Student Senate’s Housing Representative race ended with the swearing in of nine new Senators on September 11th. Each new Senator took the oath of office under the direction of Secretary of Judicial Affairs, Ally Garlock. Student Senate also welcomed two new law school representatives on September 25th. 

Elections took place Sept. 9th and 10th. The inauguration was Sept.11th. 

Building a "Smash" Community

Sep 23, 2019 - Comments: 0

Open Doors and the Japanese Student Organization (JSO) hosted a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament Sept 7 to build a stronger feeling of community on campus. The tournament doubled as a fundraiser for each organization, both walking away with greater sums than this past spring semester

Student Senate Prepares for Siblings Weekend

Sep 20, 2019 - Comments: 0
Siblings Weekend Schedule

ONU Student Senate met for its weekly meeting Sept. 4 in MacIntosh Activities to begin preparing for Siblings Weekend. Siblings Weekend will take place September 20 – 22. The weekend will be filled with events for the whole family such as movies and inflatables. 

Heterick Memorial Library extends its hours

Oct 18, 2018 - Comments: 0

Campus is a very busy and noisy atmosphere. Heterick Memorial Library is often a great escape from this to complete homework and assignments. Students enjoy having the library as a safe place to get work done. Student Senate has responded to this by attempting to maximize the library's opportunities for students.

The library is now open Monday through Thursday until 1:00 a.m. in the morning.

Northern Review says goodbye to O’Connell

Apr 30, 2014

As the year draws to a close, the Northern Review will be saying goodbye to a professor to whom we are particularly close: our advisor, Dr. William O’Connell. After sixteen years as a professor at ONU and thirteen years as an advisor for the Northern Review, O’Connell will be retiring.

Student Senate Discusses Outside Feedback

Apr 15, 2014

Last Wednesday, a group called The Collaborative came to Student Senate to present their plans for Ohio Northern. The Collaborative is a private group that comes to college campuses, assesses their strengths and weaknesses and then improves the physical aspects of the campus. This includes athletic facilities, academic buildings, dorms, and even the landscaping.

Students offered early graduation walk

Apr 15, 2014

The Office of Academic Affairs has instituted a change in the graduation ceremony procedure.  Until now, the policy for students on walking at graduation was quite specific— the student must qualify for graduation by the end of that semester.  The new policy change allows for leniency, especially for students who will finish in the following summer or fall semester.  If a student is a semester behind schedule, he may still be allowed to participate in commencement ceremonies with his class, provided he meet one of the three qualifications cited.

Sprinkler lines burst in Stadium View and Dukes

Jan 22, 2014

During the last week of Christmas break, temperatures plummeted in Ada. Because of the far below-average temperatures, sprinkler lines to the fire suppression system in Stadium Views East and West and Dukes Memorial split and burst during the week. This caused flooding in both of the buildings. Marc Staley, Director of Facilities, explained that the vines in the sprinkler lines split in the apartment buildings because of a draft that went through a ventilated soffit. Unfortunately, this caused both lines to split in Stadium View West. The first alarm sounded around 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.

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