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Karlyn Kares #3 - Ace that exam

Mar 11, 2019 - Comments: 0
Studying for exams is important for every college student to do. These simple tips will help improve your study habits. (pixabay photo/wokandapix)

Exam days are the scariest thing to all college students. These long winded tests pop-up, what seems like, out of nowhere just to scare you into focusing more in class. The scariest one is the very first exam for a new class. “Why not final exams?” most people will ask. Finals aren’t actually scary because you have practiced that professor's method of testing and can be prepared. The very first exam is like falling over a ledge and hoping a net will catch you.

Trevor Jones: The man behind the camera

Dec 03, 2018 - Comments: 0
ONU student's getting excited as new students come to campus to move in. (Ohio Northern University photo/Trevor Jones)

“I joke that first comes graduation and then the Mac wall...for some that may even be reversed,” Trevor Jones said.

Trevor Jones is the campuses number one photographer and manages to capture the small moment's students didn’t even know needed to be photographed. Those feelings are precisely what the Mac wall photos show off. 

Women's Cross Country places top-10 at NCAA Division III regionals

Nov 30, 2018 - Comments: 0
Elizabeth "Rue" Whitmore receiving her medal after her top-35 finish. (Ohio Northern sports photo/file)

Ohio Northern University's 2018 Women’s Cross Country team pushed hard to pull a top-10 team finish at the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regionals held at Blue River Memorial Park in Shelbyville, Indiana Nov. 3.

Coach Jason Maus was impressed with the top-10 finish for his team.

Students feel inspired after ONU Leadership Day

Nov 28, 2018 - Comments: 0
Drew Ickles and Sabrina Sumner stand with keynote speaker, Karim Ellis, after his motivational speech to ONU students. (Panhellenic Council photo/ Karlyn Kirchens)

Ohio Northern University students were given the chance to attend a one-day leadership seminar Nov. 2, helping students learn how to go from “mess to success”. With the help of professors and Karim Ellis, a professional speaker, students were able to become more prepared for final exams and their futures after graduation.

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