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Glow in the dark pilates with the ONU dance team

Sep 28, 2018 - Comments: 0
Participants with the dance team after pilates. (Northern Review Photo/ Megan Place)

Ohio Northern’s campus organizations have always been known to hold food fundraisers. ONU's dance team threw in a new twist with their Glow in the Dark Pilates class that they held on September 26th in the Bear Cave to raise funds for new uniforms.The change in setting and fun theme made it an interesting study break for students to attend.

What's in your Amazon cart? A musical theater major shops for diverse merchandise

Sep 28, 2018 - Comments: 0

Matthew Brightbill's latest assortment of Amazon items consists of five items that are seemingly random and unrelated but are all interconnected upon closer examination. 

Matthew, a musical theater and public relations double major, is preparing his latest Amazon order.

“Whenever have money and I need something, it’s Amazon," Brightbill said. "I have Prime Two-Day Shipping, so I don’t have to wait. It’s the best.” 

ONU education professor uses professional storytelling background to promote anti-bullying

Sep 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
Dr Kevin Cordi is the assistant professor of ONU's education department as well as a professional storyteller. He advocates being a storyteller in his everyday life to help keep the art alive (photo/Barbara Allen)

The popularization of technology, the internet, and social media has had a dramatic impact on the way that people share things with one another. We often resort to the digital world when we have something we want others to hear. Assistant professor of ONU’s education department and doctorate of storytelling in education Dr Kevin Cordi prefers to use another method to get his messages, real or fictional, heard and shared.

What's in your Amazon cart? Shopping sprees with a communications major.

Sep 27, 2018 - Comments: 0
Joe Dunay with his brand new white board and Canon camera. (Northern Review Photo/ Karlyn Kirchens)

Someone’s online shopping cart reveals a lot about who they are. Amazon’s carts are the most telling because of the wide variety of products filling the site. Whiteboards, a motivational book, and camera lenses fill the Amazon cart of Joe Dunay, a junior communications and public relations double major at Ohio Northern University.

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