New UF logo and brand identity announced

Logo represents community, prestige  By Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs For the first time in 26 years, the University of Findlay has updated its brand and identity in a new logo. To build excitement for its unveiling, which happened at 2 p.m. on Feb. 24, 2016, the University released a video showcasing its previous logos. With the new logo unveiled on Feb. 24, the UF community was feeling a sense of...

College culture and consensual sex

UF students start to take consent a little more seriously By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs The floor is sticky. There are people packed into every space. It’s less than 30 degrees outside but it’s got to be more than a 100 degrees in this distressed, 3-bedroom college house. Sweaty students are pushing past you to get to dance floor – that Future song just came on and everyone’s going crazy....

What Can the Cosiano Health Center do for you?

What to do when you have a cold By Allison Niese For the Pulse Aaaachooo! This can be the first sign that the common cold is knocking at your door. The weather outside is cold one day then mild the next. You’ve started to notice that everyone is coughing and blowing their nose in class. You’ve guessed it, it’s that time of year when everyone starts passing around the common cold. If...

When Family’s All You Got

The Ricardo Smith Story  By Kevin Schrock @KRock_6 It was just another normal day for Ricardo Smith on the campus of the University of Findlay. Independent, that was the way Smith had become accustomed to living his normal days. This particular afternoon he was in the company of his teammates and coaches helping younger kids learn the game he loved. He was helping out at a basketball camp in the...

Oiler Softball moves to 7-6 on the season

Alyssa Grevenkamp @Gbabyy20 While some students got a spring break to go home or go to a nice warm destination, the University of Findlay’s softball team was taking care of business on the field. The UF softball team played 13 games over spring break, finishing 7-6 before they had to return to Findlay. The Oilers started off in Chicago where they went 2-2 beating both Lindenwood and Illinois...

UF Baseball starts season off 4-4

By Alyssa Grevenkamp @GBabyy20 The University of Findlay baseball team made its annual trip to Florida over spring break. While the Oilers had some time off to catch some rays, they also had to take care of business on the field. The Oilers played eight games during their week-long trip. During the first half of the week, they struggled to put both their offense and defense together to come up...

Oiler Men’s Basketball season cut short

UF loses at home in the first round By Kevin Schrock @KRock_6 The University of Findlay Men’s basketball team ended up on the wrong end of a 62-61 game against Ferris State in the first round of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) tournament on March 1. It was the Oilers first loss at Croy all year. The Oilers fell behind early before making a frantic comeback in the...

Oilers Serving Abroad: Truly a life-changing experience

Bringing compassion, gratitude from the DR to the States By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs The routine, stressful college realities are beginning to set back in after a much needed week off. I’m running on just a few hours of sleep and my to-do list is longer than it has ever been; but, I can honestly say that I have never been happier, more grateful, and relaxed than I am in this moment. Over...

Let your voice be heard

Oilers have the power to help bring the campaign to Findlay By Clay Parlette @claypar111 Throughout the past several presidential election cycles, the University of Findlay has been fortunate to host some major political figures on our campus—Bob Dole, Bill Clinton, Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney, Ann Romney, and Paul Ryan, to name a few. Not only is the campus conveniently located along a major...

Pulse on Politics reporter travels to DC for spring break

CPAC conference gives Summerfield an inside look at the 2016 race By Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield Of the many options available for UF students over spring break, I decided to take advantage of a non-traditional spring break excursion. As a part of the UF College Republicans, I was offered an opportunity that I could not pass up.  As a young political science major, I have been privileged...