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Karlyn Kares #1 - How to stay healthy and happy in the winter

Nov 15, 2018 - Comments: 0
ONU student walking across campus in the winter snow. (photo/Trevor Jones)

Ada seasons have begun to change and so have student moods. Once the sun starts setting earlier and the workload gets heavier, students mental and physical health can start to deteriorate. That deterioration makes it hard to focus on the important things like school, friends and most of all sleep.

"ONU Holiday Spectacular" brings the Christmas spirit back on campus.

Nov 14, 2018 - Comments: 0
Trixle the Elf and Mr.Claus looking in amazement during The Holiday Spectacular. (Freed Center for the Performing Arts photo/file)

The holiday season is right around the corner and everyone on campus can almost hear the theater arts department practicing and rehearsing for The Holiday Spectacular.

With only 21 rehearsals in a short three-week time span, the students in this program are getting ready to showcase the 24-year running show to the Ada community November 15th through 17th.

PRSSA members earn multiple awards while at National Conference.

Oct 23, 2018 - Comments: 0
Members of the ONU PRSSA chapter at the end of conference awards dinner. (PRSSA Photo/Joe Dunay)

Ohio Northern University’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter was once again awarded the Star Chapter Award at the 2018 PRSSA National Conference in Austin, Texas on Oct.6.

The Star Chapter award recognizes all chapters in good standing and rewards them for achieving goals such as programming and relationship building. This award has become the gold standard for chapters trying to achieve excellence. Ohio Northern’s PRSSA has achieved this award for the last 10 consecutive years.

Open Doors displays black door for National Coming Out Day

Oct 19, 2018
The black door in front of McItosh on October 11th, covered in positive quotes pertaining to Coming Out Day. (File/Open Doors)

A black door landed on the sidewalk in front of The McIntosh Center, the morning of Oct. 10, leaving the student body and faculty questioning its origin and what is was doing on the sidewalk. Some students questioned if it was a joke “portal” to a different dimension; other believed it was a simple prank to throw us out of our day-to-day lives.

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