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Elizabeth Wildenhaus

On-campus things to do in the spring

Mar 26, 2014

It's officially spring, though Mother Nature has evidently missed the memo.  As the sunny days increase and the weather warms, cramped dorm residents will start crawling out of their winter dens.  

Luckily, there are a number of outdoor activities available on campus to help students stretch their legs.  The following are excellent ways to enjoy a spring day without having to drive anywhere.

Hart delivers dynamic reading

Mar 26, 2014

On Wednesday, March 19, the Department of English was pleased to host poet Matt Hart. He read from his as-of-yet unfinished book “Radiant Action.” Hart’s reading was as dynamic as the name suggests.  The poems read gave insight into the personal side of Matt Hart and how he has evolved as a writer. 

Phi Mu Delta recolonizes ONU chapter with fresh start

Feb 26, 2014

National fraternity Phi Mu Delta is the first to recolonize on campus, according to Phi Mu Delta executive director Tom Murphy.  After a three year hiatus, Phi Mu Delta feels that the time is right to return to the ONU campus, beginning a recolonization effort that will ultimately cost millions of dollars to complete.

Phi Mu Delta has received support from alumni and the university in their endeavor.  Their alumni network reportedly raised $15,000 for the fraternity. A portion of that was given away in the form of nine $500 book scholarships to ONU students.  

A&S Quiz Bowl presents trivia challenge

Nov 06, 2013 - Comments: 0

The Arts & Sciences college hosts a trivia challenge for ONU students, staff and faculty. 

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