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Student Senate’s members are friendly and eager for change

Aug 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
The 2018-2019 Cabinet of Ohio Northern's Student Senate poses for a picture. The newest administration is lead by senior political science major Seth Ferguson and fifth-year pharmacy major Mary Komandt.

The Ohio Northern University Student Senate hit the ground running, holding its first general meeting of the academic year Aug. 22.

While the meeting was located to the McIntosh Ballroom, which did not have an American flag displayed or means to project the meeting’s agenda, it was nonetheless a productive one.

Busted water main creates havoc for McIntosh Center

Apr 18, 2018 - Comments: 0

A water mainline burst in the basement of the McIntosh Center was found Jan. 5.

The resulting mess created several difficulties for the university. The wood flooring in the McIntosh activities room buckled and warped due to water damage. Signs are placed around the affected area letting people know of the uneven floor. Plans are set to replace the wood flooring in July. 

Ohio Supreme Court justice visits ONU, provides career perspective

Apr 16, 2018 - Comments: 0

On a rainy Wednesday in late March, one of Ohio’s most salient decision makers marched through the halls and around the campus of Ohio Northern University. Hailing from the highest level of state law, she traveled from Columbus to the treacherously weathered village of Ada to talk to students about their futures.

Ohio Supreme Court justice Judith L. French visited ONU on March 28, posing as a guest speaker in communications courses and a judge in a Moot Court competition.

Raabe College of Pharmacy under probation after failing to meet ACPE standards

Feb 08, 2018 - Comments: 0

Ohio Northern's Raabe College of Pharmacy, which boasts a 99 percent job placement rate and has been named a “Top 2 Midwest College” by U.S. News & World Report, was notified on Feb. 1 by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) that their accredited status would be changed to “accredited with probation” until they made changes to certain curriculum requirements, Dean of the College of Pharmacy Steve Martin said on Thursday.

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