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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.

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