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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.

ONU's student-led organization, Polar Merchandise, serves its community

Sep 25, 2018 - Comments: 0

Polar Merchandise is a student-led organization on ONU's campus that creates branded apparel, promotional items, and so much more. The student members work with clients to apply their techniques and skills towards creating products for the ONU campus and community.  

Writing Center open house welcomes new interim director, Professor Darlene Johnston

Sep 13, 2018 - Comments: 0

The campus-wide power outage on Tuesday, Aug. 28 disrupted both lights and air-conditioning, but it didn’t discourage over 100 students from attending the Writing Center open house. Students found free snacks, a gift card drawing, and peer tutors explaining the center’s services as they entered the doors. These services have expanded ever since Dr. Justine Post joined the Ohio Northern faculty in 2015.

"I shall not be silent" documentary of Joachim Prinz and the Civil Rights movement played in the Bear Cave

May 11, 2018 - Comments: 0
Prinz gave speeches among other Civil Rights leaders during the 1960's. Prinz would also partake in protest, often leading to arrests. (Jewish Historical Society of New Jersey/image)

Joachim Prinz was a Jewish man living in Nazi Germany in the 1930's. Upon leaving Germany and coming to the U.S., Prinz noticed Black segregation was like Jewish segregation in Germany.

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