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ONU's annual MLK celebration: the time is always now

Feb 06, 2019 - Comments: 0

Those who braved the darkness and cold on Jan. 22 to attend ONU’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration were in for an unforgettable night. LaShonda Gurley,the University’s Director of Multicultural Development, took the stage first.

“As I sat down to prepare my opening statement”, she tells the crowd, “I thought of something from the heart. This is important. This. Is. Important.”

University administration prioritizes students’ safety, cancels classes during Polar Vortex

Jan 30, 2019 - Comments: 0

University officials canceled all academic classes for Jan. 30.

The Office of Communications and Marketing sent a campus-wide email late afternoon Jan. 28, announcing that the University was closely monitoring the forecasts. The email stated a formal decision about a delay or closure would be announced no later than Jan. 30 at 6 a.m. Additional information included definitions of “wind chill advisory” and “wind chill warning” from The National Weather Service, wind chill temperature, hypothermia, and frostbite.

ONU Student Senate reveals election timeline

Jan 28, 2019 - Comments: 0
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ONU Student Senate met for its first weekly meeting of the new year Jan. 16, which began with the swearing in of new housing representative Madison Carpenter, a sophomore political science major, who will be representing Affinity housing residents.

Senate advisor Dr. Adriane Thompson-Bradshaw announced the employment of ONU’s newest mental health counselor, Marcia Kostoff.

Pharmacy research group takes a non-medicine approach for treatment

Dec 08, 2018 - Comments: 0

Around the world, dementia is one of the greatest contributors to disability in elderly patients. Working with these patients can prove challenging due to the psychological changes as the condition progresses. Non-pharmacological and behavioral treatments are promoted as a first line treatment in slowing down the progression of the symptoms of dementia, especially with Alzheimer’s Dementia.

One group on campus, the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP), happens to be studying non-pharmacological treatment for Alzheimer’s, specifically music therapy.

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.

ONU education professor uses professional storytelling background to promote anti-bullying

Sep 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
Dr Kevin Cordi is the assistant professor of ONU's education department as well as a professional storyteller. He advocates being a storyteller in his everyday life to help keep the art alive (photo/Barbara Allen)

The popularization of technology, the internet, and social media has had a dramatic impact on the way that people share things with one another. We often resort to the digital world when we have something we want others to hear. Assistant professor of ONU’s education department and doctorate of storytelling in education Dr Kevin Cordi prefers to use another method to get his messages, real or fictional, heard and shared.

UPDATE: Raabe College of Pharmacy updates status regarding ACPE standards

Feb 08, 2018 - Comments: 0

UPDATE July 10, 2018: Dr. Steve Martin, Dean of the Raabe College Pharmacy, released a statement. "The Board of Directors at ACPE has found our program to be in full compliance with all accreditation standards, and has removed the probationary status from our program. Our accreditation is affirmed through 2023-2024, which represents the customary accreditation term between comprehensive evaluations."

Senate Beat: Siblings Weekend preview

Sep 15, 2017 - Comments: 0

This weekend, approximately one thousand family members of Ohio Northern students will come to campus to enjoy a weekend of festivities.

There will be movies on the tundra, food trucks, live bands, magicians and more. In addition, attending the festivities will be free of charge.

The first ever Family and Siblings Weekend, hosted by the Student Senate and co-sponsored by the Student Planning Committee, Greek Life and Northern Christian Fellowship, however, could not be executed without the blood, sweat and tears of Senate forums secretary Derek Price.

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.

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.

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