How to get involved with campaigns

Politicians rely on college students to help push their campaigns By Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield The 2016 Presidential race is in full swing and candidates are using all of their resources to win the nomination from their respective party. Candidates hire campaign managers to organize their campaign trail, staff, and all deemed necessary to gain the nomination. Candidates not only have...

One year later: Browns Edge Partnership

Oilers gain experiential learning, make connections By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs St. Patty’s Day 2016 marked the one year anniversary of the official announcement of the University of Findlay and Cleveland Browns corporate partnership: Browns Edge. A select group of students interned throughout the 2015 summer and another group interned throughout the fall football season. The application...

UF appoints new VP of Business Affairs

Wyden is officially an Oiler in May By Jordyn Willis @willisjordyn Leon Wyden Jr., CPA, CGMA, will take on the position of Vice President of Business Affairs for the University of Findlay in May. Wyden will have several responsibilities in this position that will benefit the University. One of Wyden’s responsibilities will include the management of all activities related to UF’s financial...

Thank you El Nino

Unusual weather pattern brings warmth to Findlay By Mac Williams One week ago the sun was beaming through the clouds and the trees were rustling with the breeze that had drifted in. Snow was nowhere in sight, and the temperature was soaring into the 70s. Students on campus were walking around in shorts and T-shirts for the first time this year, the only problem is that it is March not June. Warm...

Delas throws first no hitter in 20 years

A look back at why game three was a historical one By Martyce Kimbrough Mark Delas was nothing short of impressive in his first start at pitcher for the University of Findlay Oilers. The right-handed freshman pitcher managed to throw a shut-out and a no-hitter against Gannon University leading the Oilers to a 2-0 victory. The no-hitter by Delas is the first for the Findlay Oilers since the 1996...

Ring before spring? Not likely

By Katie Kohls @KatieKohls One of the most common complaints I hear from girls on campus is “There are no guys,” meaning guys to date. And they’re not far off. Our campus is about 60 percent female to 40 percent male. Now if you factor in those that are gay, taken, and who you would actually consider dating, the number is significantly smaller. Add in the fact that your friends are also...

Clinton’s experience and resilience are why she should be the next President

By Clay Parlette @claypar111 A short while ago, I wrote a column that sang the praises of Senator Bernie Sanders, making the claim that “Sanders is the best choice for college students.” In that same column, I bashed Hillary Clinton as a disingenuous charlatan who was little more than a powerful party player, saying anything to get elected. The truth of the matter is that all politicians are...

Under pressure

The countdown to real life after college By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs We have four weeks of class and five weeks total left in the semester before we start our summer breaks. The countdown is exciting but thinking about the amount of work that is to be done over the next five weeks is daunting – and I’m not just talking about school work. I find that I’m not alone in the “OK, we just...