Oiler baseball finishes 2-8 in Florida

By Alyssa Grevenkamp @Gbabyy20 While many of us spent spring break in the frigid cold, knee-deep in snow, the baseball team got to head down to sunny Florida to kick off their season. But it wasn’t all sunshine on this trip for the Oilers. They had a rocky start to their season going 2-8 overall. The first set of games were on March 1 and the Oilers split with Gannon in a double header. The...

UF’s Colleges against Cancer club to hold 7th annual Relay for Life

By Ellen Hoffman and Devon Aragona There’s no place like home or in this case there’s no place like Findlay. This year’s theme for the University of Findlay’s Colleges against Cancer club’s seventh annual Relay for Life event is the Wizard of Oz. Colleges against Cancer have been an active club for more than five years. Its Relay for Life event is where people can come together and...

Funding future Oilers: UF’s senior class gift will be philanthropic

By Hannah Dunbar @hanndunbar In years past, senior classes have created and donated physical landmarks that can be found on campus such as the Old Main Bell Tower, a gift from the classes of 1953 and 2003, and the Oil Derrick Fountain, 1956 and 2006 class gifts. Two years ago, senior class gifts made the transition from memorabilia to scholarship. Todd LaComba, director of annual giving, explains...

Selma 50 years later: Where are we now?

By Abbey Nickel @abbeynickel Saturday was the 50th anniversary of the Selma march for equal voting rights on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The event was led by Martin Luther King Jr. on March 7, 1965, and President Barack Obama and his family accompanied with members of Congress made a symbolic march across the bridge on Saturday in remembrance of the event. I admit, I didn’t have a lot of interest...

When it comes to living on campus, make sure you explore every opportunity

By Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs It’s that time of year again. While the semester is drawing to a slow close, we as students begin to think about not only how we’ll finish the year, but what we’ll be doing for the next one. Sure, we have finals and projects to finish out this year, but we also have the job of deciding if we’re going to change majors, deciding which classes to take, and where we...

Healthy lifestyles are about smart choosing and moderation

By Julianna Koballa @UFPulseKoballa With spring break now just a memory of posts on our Facebooks and Instagrams, the real health kick to get that summer bod is commencing. A lot of us, (females especially) went and took part in the quick fix to get rid of excess body weight for spring break and to look good in a bathing suit. What most of us don’t know is that by not eating and trying to live...