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Elissa Washuta comes to ONU for spring reading series

Apr 21, 2018 - Comments: 0
Author and professor Elissa Washuta reads sections from her nonfiction work in the Elzay Art Gallery (photo/NR/Dominic Turnea).

It’s not everyday that two whimsically-talented writers get to present their written work to the Ohio Northern University campus.  Ohio Northern’s English Department hosted its semester English Department Reading Series on Monday, April 16 in the Elzay Art Gallery.  Guests chatted and enjoyed a variety of delicious food before attending the Gallery for the 7 p.m. reading.

Wait, there's a fee?

Mar 18, 2017 - Comments: 0
Picture of Ohio Northern University's campus. (photo/wedding spot)

Ohio Northern University prides itself on being able to offer diverse opportunities for different students. Student Senate distributes budgets to many student clubs and organizations, allowing them to host many activities for the student body, including concerts, dances, and bingo nights. One thing many students may have not realized is that a student activities fee will be added to every student's billing for the next academic year.

Sigma Tau Delta celebrates Banned Books Week at Ohio Northern

Oct 01, 2016 - Comments: 0
Kelly Lewis reads a passage from the novel "Boytoy." (Northern Review photo/Dominic Turnea)

On September 26, Ohio Northern’s English Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta, hosted the annual Banned Book Reading event in Heterick Memorial Library. Banned Book reading celebrates the national freedom of reading. Both students and staff were able to passages from books that have either been banned or challenged by society. 

Team One: 35 freshmen, 13 states, one goal

Feb 26, 2016 - Comments: 0
Coach Nat St. Laurent's Polar Bears will take on Franciscan University on Saturday at 1 p.m., in Ohio Northern's first lacrosse game. (Northern Review photo/ Grant Pepper)

When it comes to lacrosse, like most sports, each region has its own style of play.

“Whenever you play teams from Long Island or New York, they always complain about getting hit,” Anthony Pavone, a freshman Polar Bear lacrosse player from Ohio, said with a laughing smirk.

Alex Pizarro, another member of the first Ohio Northern lacrosse team, couldn’t deny it. Neither could Peter Hardt, a player from Long Island, NY. Pizarro is from Maryland, but he agrees that the game is played differently in Ohio than it is on the East Coast.

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