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Khadijah Bagais

SCJ holds forum on becoming a communications change agent

Apr 16, 2016 - Comments: 0
Long emphasized the importance of focusing on what really matters. (Northern Review photo/Jennifer Kolb)

The fields of journalism and communications have been greatly changing over the past few years, with new technologies, methods, and expectations being introduced all the time.

With all of these changes, students in these fields may feel that there is more uncertainty with finding jobs after graduation. As part of the Society for Collegiate Journalist’s annual Speaker’s Forum, Dale Long talked about the industry and how students can utilize communications to be agents of change.

Students gather donations for Ada food pantry as part of nonprofit project

Apr 03, 2016 - Comments: 0
The Ada Food Pantry aids 150–200 people, or 55–70 households each month. (Northern Review photo/Grant Pepper)

As of March 15, a group of nonprofit management students have been collecting donations of nonperishable food items, paper products, and personal hygiene products for the Ada Food Pantry.

The Ada Food Pantry provides a two to three day supply of food to local people in need. Each month 150–200 people, or 55–70 households, receive aid.

There are donation boxes in the Dicke Atrium as well as the McIntosh Center near the entrance to the dining hall. The drive will run until April 15.

How three students are creating 'ultimate college tool' to improve opportunities for campus to connect

Mar 19, 2016 - Comments: 0
Once logged in to their site, you can view a map of all events that are taking place in the area. (Northern Review photo/Khadijah Bagais)

One common student complaint is that there’s nothing to do in Ada. Oftentimes, this is more due to a lack of awareness of events, rather than the lack of events themselves. Now there’s a service to show everything that is happening around the village, all in one place, thanks to three ONU students.

Officially launched on March 7 after more than four months of work, icpins™, pronounced “I see pins,” is a web service that encourages college students to get connected.

Bone marrow drives seek to delete blood cancer, raise awareness

Feb 21, 2016 - Comments: 0

This year ONU’s SSHP teamed up with Kappa Psi to hold a two-day drive, which took place on Feb. 15 and 16, and registered 141 potential donors with the help of 24 volunteers. The process itself is simple: donors register and have the inside of their cheek swabbed. The procedure takes less than 15 minutes. ONU's SSJP hopes to continue holding drives spreading awareness of blood cancer and how donors can help.


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