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Elizabeth Wildenhaus

Spring Reading Series concludes with poetic success

Apr 17, 2015 - Comments: 0
Poet Anthony Madrid reads his work to the group. (ONU Facebook English photo/Communications & Marketing)

Visiting poet Anthony Madrid presented a reading Thursday evening as the final event in the 2015 Spring Reading Series. In addition, creative writing students Rachel Cruea and Elizabeth Wildenhaus Horn read their own works. 

Alien video goes under the radar

Apr 07, 2015 - Comments: 0
The opening screen for the thirty-minute video (photo/

When a 30-minute video surfaces on the student listserv, questions rise about who's paying attention. 

Psychology research finds factors for memory, learning, PTSD

Mar 19, 2015 - Comments: 0

For research psychologists, finding the cues to traumatic memory is important. That information can predict the likelihood of individuals getting PTSD and help protect people in traumatic situations, like soldiers or police officers. Phillip Zoladz and his student research assistants have come closer to finding these answers through research they are conducting on the ONU campus.

Exhibit shows fine theater craftsmanship

Feb 06, 2015 - Comments: 0

Integration across disciplines isn’t just a learning outcome.  It’s a concept come to life in the Elzay Gallery’s Ezekiel Award Winners exhibit. Theater and art have always had a partnership, but the exhibit solidifies that bond. Sketches and photographs showing lighting design, scenic design, scenic craft and costume design are the exhibit’s mainstays. 


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