Cadaver Lab: UF students work themselves to the bone

For many OT, PT, PA, and AT students, these are their first patients  By Jordyn Willis @willisjordyn Tucked away in the basement of the Brewer Center for Health Sciences building at the University of Findaly is a little known lab.. It’s an unexpected find, but one that sets UF apart from many similar schools. The cadaver lab isn’t just a place of learning and exploration, but also of honor....

UF plays a part in Findlay’s annual Halloween parade

By Hannah Dunbar  @hanndunbar The City of Findlay has an annual habit of celebrating Halloween to the max. The 2015 Halloween parade for the City of Findlay took place on Tuesday Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. According to the hancockleadership.org, the parade was presented by the Hancock Leadership Alumni Association and was sponsored by One Energy. The City of Findlay isn’t the only driving force behind...

Supernatural experiences downtown

Hofer believes the Jones building to be haunted By Alexis Mitchell @alexis_mitch14 Halloween is quickly approaching, and that means trick-or-treating, costumes and haunted houses. But what about places in Findlay that are haunted all the time – and not just during the month of October? Marianna Hofer, an English professor at The University of Findlay owns a studio in the Jones building in...

Oiler Volleyball loses to Ferris State, beats Grand Valley

By Alyssa Grevenkamp @Gbabyy20 The Oiler volleyball team has been having a stellar season thus far. Over the weekend, the lady Oilers went up north to face two of their toughest opponents of the season. In the first match, the Oilers faced number-three-ranked Ferris State. The Oilers were led by freshman Amanda Winner who had nine kills and four digs. Junior Hannah Tong was also an attacking...

Oilers take a dive to the Lakers

UF Football is now 4-4 By Kevin Schrock @KRock_6 Things seemed to go from bad to worse on Saturday when the Oilers traveled to Grand Valley to take on the Lakers (#12) in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matchup. The Oilers, who were 0-2 against top 25 teams coming in, dropped that record to 0-3 after suffering a 52-7 thumping in their worst loss of the year. Findlay’s only...

What to do this weekend: Halloween in Findlay, OH

By Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs The air is chilly, ghosts and pumpkins are decorating doors and windows, and the jumbo-sized bags of colorful candy deck the shelves of every store. This can only mean one thing: it’s time for Halloween. If the spooky decorations and fall treats don’t grab your attention, the Halloween activities are sure to get you into the Halloween spirit. If you still haven’t...

Dressing up for Halloween? Don’t be a Jerk.

By Katie Kohls @KatieKohls When we were children, most of our parents dressed us up in cutesy costumes on Halloween and we would go door-to-door yelling “Trick-or-Treat!” and then constantly be reminded to say “Thank you!” as we exited the porch. Now as adults, some of us still dress up. It is fun being someone else: to take on that persona, a different outfit, and maybe outrageous makeup...

Facing our fears, there’s courage in awareness

By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs Lately I have seen the same Halloween meme pop up on all of my social media feeds. The meme comically reads, “Instead of yelling ‘BOO,’ let’s yell something scarier this Halloween; like ‘COMMITMENT’ or ‘STUDENT LOANS.’” While this is quite hilarious, there is a lot of truth to it. As we get older, we grow out of certain fears and begin to acquire...

Supernatural experiences at UF: Friendly ghosts and creepy vibes

By Clay Parlette @claypar111 With the crisp advent of autumn upon us, many students have officially gotten the full-on cravings for everything fall. New seasons of spooky favorites like American Horror Story and The Walking Dead, pumpkin carving, cider, pumpkin spice lattes, and hoodies are all some of the small pleasures many of us enjoy with the new season. Personally, I plan to take some...