Swing’s the thing at UF: Jazz Ensemble to perform at annual concert

By Miranda Roehler The University of Findlay Jazz Ensemble is ready to get into the swing of things at its annual concert. This year’s concert is on Sunday, March 22 at 3 p.m. in the Winebrenner Theological Seminary auditorium. Admission is free, but tickets are required. Tickets can be picked up in advance at the box office or at the door on the day of the concert. Katie Mehlow, senior...

Rackley, UF’s AD, announces resignation

By Kevin Schrock The 2015-16 school year will mark the first time in 16 years that the University of Findlay will enter an athletic season without Steven Rackley at the helm as the athletic director. On March 10, Rackley announced his resignation from his position to the UF community. Rackley has been a lynchpin at the top of the athletic system; overseeing 24 different NCAA Division II athletic...

Five SANE nurses are available to UF students 24/7

By Hannah Dunbar Seek and receive care: 5 SANE trained nurses at Cosiano Raising sexual assault awareness around UF With the two separate sexual assault cases that were filed at the University of Findlay last fall and the national spotlight on the issues, Cosiano Health Center wants students to know that SANE nurses are on staff. These five SANE trained nurses are and will be available to...

St. Patrick’s Day at UF: How do Oilers celebrate?

By Devon Aragona From Moscow to Malibu, the traditional Irish holiday of Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated by millions of people.  Findlay is no different, with students celebrating this long-standing day of green. But do they know why they are celebrating Saint Patrick? Records of Saint Patrick are vague, but according to history records, Patrick, who was actually British, was captured from...

Oiler athletes travel around the US

By Alyssa Grevenkamp Many college student athletes have a great gig. They get to have some of their school paid for through athletic scholarships, they get to play the sport they love and they oftentimes get to travel and see the country. For the most part, many Findlay games are played in Ohio and Michigan. The reason is because in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), all...

Detroit entrepreneur, Veronika Scott, shares her story of philanthropy at UF

By Jordyn Willis @willisjordyn Detroit entrepreneur Veronika Scott gave UF students inspiration to step outside their comfort zones through the use of her own success story at a presentation in Old Main on a Friday afternoon. Findlay students listened to Scott speak about her life and her nonprofit organization, The Empowerment Plan, on March 13 in an effort to show students that people of all...

Safe Ride Home: The perfect St. Patty’s Day service

By Kelsey Nevius As spring approaches, the weather grows warmer and things just seem to get brighter as a whole. Though the winter months held holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, we now move on to warmer holidays like Easter and Saint Patrick's Day. Saint Patrick's Day, which was originally a Christian day of observance honoring Saint Patrick who preached Christianity and died a martyr in...

Gringo in Costa Rica: Studying abroad is a non-stop adventure

By Jacob King There is this feeling in your gut when the plane takes off, and you think to yourself, “I’m not coming back for a while.” In that moment, you realize you’re about to have an experience of a lifetime. Looking back at it now, I remember waking up one day and saying to myself, “I want to study abroad,” and a couple of months later here I am, in Costa Rica. It was an impulse...