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Delta Sigma Phi Jumps for Charity

Feb 18, 2018 - Comments: 0

Delta Sigma Phi’s annual Polar Plunge has served as a unique way to unite the campus community for seven years.  Students participating Delta Sigma Phi’s annual Polar Plunge took a leap into the University Circle pond in support of the fraternity’s national philanthropy, the American Red Cross. 

Participants receive a shirt and an icy experience for their donation.  The brothers, in full support of the Plunge, can be sponsored to jump in for a small donation.  However, the brother may buy it out by donating twice the amount.

What's in Your Backpack: A Look Into the Language Arts Education Major

Jan 29, 2018 - Comments: 0
The inside of MacKenzie's backpack (photo cred/MacKenzie Sowers).

MacKenzie Sowers is a junior Language Arts Education major and is not only balancing school and athletics, but also adding in working on campus.

 

Ohio Northern's sleep lab is helping students get sleep better and gain research experience.

Dec 11, 2017 - Comments: 0
Professor of Psychology, Dr. Megan Clegg-Kraynok, answering questions about the sleep lab she established (Northern Review photo/Sage Caughenbaugh).

Dr. Megan Clegg-Krayok, established the sleep lab when she began working at Ohio Northern. Since then, the lab has taken off, helping psychology students learn how to sleep better and helping them gain research experience.

 
 
 
 
 

A lesson in hard work

Dec 11, 2017 - Comments: 0

It is not unusual for students to change their major throughout their college career. As students try and find their interests and use that to put them on a career path that they will enjoy, they discover more about themselves. Sophomore public relations major, Joe Dunay, is one such student.

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