Poli-sci major works for Hillary for America

Sarver is also heading up the reformation of  UF College Democrats By Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield In the recent weeks, freshman political science and PR major Jacob Sarver had the opportunity to experience the excitement of working for a presidential campaign. Sarver was a volunteer for Hillary for America, the campaign supporting Hillary Clinton’s presidential race.  During his time...

Groundbreaking ceremony for COB building

Ceremonial shovels broke ground indoors on March 31 By Alexis Mitchell On March 31, a groundbreaking ceremony was held in the Davis St. building for the new college of business (COB) and student life center building that is currently under construction. The building will sit across the street from the Davis St. building and is scheduled to be finished by August of 2017. Initially, the ceremony...

Police chief candidate focuses on visibility

Hect would bring active shooter expertise to campus By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs After the fall semester’s interview processes for a University of Findlay police chief were unsuccessful, the search has started back up again and UF has interviewed two of three new candidates. The police chief would head up the hybrid security office and police department project that was announced in November...

New logo transition will be complete Aug. 2017

How it happened: The logistics of the logo change By Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs The afternoon of Feb. 24 marked a significant addition to the University of Findlay's rich past and bright future. At 2 p.m., a new UF logo and brand identity was introduced, and the switch from the old logo to the new one began. While the University is still adjusting to this new change, vice president for enrollment...

Student involvement has decreased

Despite a rising enrollment, less students are involved in campus organizations By Kate Bauer @katemareebauer One of the best ways to get the most out of the college experience is by joining clubs and organizations on campus. According to organization leaders, numbers at the University of Findlay’s on-campus events have decreased in the spring semester. Despite this, though, they believe it is...