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It's all Greek to me!--ONU Greek life preview

Aug 30, 2014 - Comments: 0
Presidents/representatives of the 2014 Greek life organizations. Photo courtesy of ONU.

The first week of college is usually an overwhelming time. After high school, everyone is trying to start fresh and get accustomed to being away from home; maybe even join some organizations. Some want to go Greek, but aren’t entirely sure which fraternity or sorority is for them.

So if you’ve been considering going Greek, you’re in luck! Below are descriptions of all of the fraternities and sororities on campus. For more information, you can also visit the Greek Chapters page at ONU.

Thoughts on Welcome Fest

Aug 28, 2014 - Comments: 0
Students from Brazil and South Korea take a fun snapshot with Klondike at a photo booth during the 'Fest. Photo courtesy of ONU.

Freshmen were welcomed to Ohio Northern University with fun-filled and informative orientation activities to get them to know their classmates, get acclimated to college life, and calm their anxiety of future academic expectations.

Spike down for what?

Aug 27, 2014 - Comments: 0
Despite being covered in muck, these girls flash their best smiles. (photo/ Ohio Northern University)

IT’S TIME TO PLAY DIRTY! At least for those interested in Mud Volleyball, that is.

Founder’s Mud Volleyball is an annual event where student teams can play in a single elimination volleyball tournament—in the mud.

Hannah Gustafson, one of the people in charge of the event, feels that it is a great way to meet new people and really get involved on campus.

It’s really become an ONU tradition, she said. Even President DiBiasio will be playing on a student team. And what better way to get acquainted, than by getting down and dirty with your friends?

Make most of break to beat summer blues

Apr 30, 2014

Grab yourself a job and get some experience:

Jobs are a great opportunity to pad your résumé and provide you with some valuable skills and experience, as well as a little extra dough. Forbes.com recommends a few options for the summer that will help you make the most of your time. 

Freelance writing:

Whether blogging or submitting articles to publications, practice will always help you improve. Since it is freelance, you don't have to worry about a set schedule, and can take on as much or as little as you would like. 

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