Political interest groups on campus

What kind of regulations does UF have in place?  By: Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield summerfielda@findlay.edu In recent weeks, there has been an extra push for millennial involvement in the upcoming election. Many campaigns and interest groups have flocked to college campuses across the country in order to grow their numbers before November. UF’s campus is just one of many universities...

UF officials dismissed from several counts in lawsuit

Counts pertaining to defamation, due process & racial discrimination remain  By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs In the lawsuit that was filed against the University of Findlay on Dec. 23, 2015 by two former student athletes: Alphonso Baity and Justin Browning, U.S. District Judge James G. Carr has dismissed several UF officials and faculty from some of the counts initially filed against them. The...

Pros outweigh the cons in Trump’s foreign policy plan

By Kate M Bauer @katemareebauer bauerk@findlay.edu As a native of Northwest Ohio, it is not hard to believe that I am a Conservative. I have grown up with the beliefs that our government should be small and our border security strong. I am by no means a political science expert -- I just believe I have some important thoughts to add to the political conversation as an informed voter. For...

Where do the horses go over the summer?

A look into leasing a UF horse By Larissa Holmes @UF_holmesl holmesl@findlay.edu When the last final is over, everyone can’t wait to leave. While most students are packing up their dorms, students in the equestrian program are packing their lockers for the summer. Those who brought personal horses are also packing up for the long drives home, horses in tow. But what about the horses that get...

Unknown gas in the Haven

UF officials still don’t know the source of the Aug. 27 gas leak  By: Alexis Mitchell @Alexis_Mitch14 mitchella2@findlay.edu Burning throats, eyes watering, and running noses. These were the symptoms some people faced during a gas leak in the Haven residence hall on Saturday, Aug. 27. Security is still not sure what the gas actually was, but it did not have a smell and seemed to be some type...

Listen to our top national security experts: Dump Trump

By Clay Parlette @claypar111 parlettec@findlay.edu A recent letter signed by 50 top GOP security officials contained a grave warning for voters this November: “Indeed, we are convinced that he would be a dangerous president and would put at risk our country's national security and well-being…he would be the most reckless president in American history.” This damning speculation comes from...

Browns Summit cancelled

Network opportunity postponed  By Mac Williams and Sarah Stubbs @m_williamsm2 @sarahxstubbs The Browns Summit that was planned for Wednesday, Sept. 7 was cancelled on Tuesday, Sept. 6 less than 24 hours before the event was to take place. It was canceled around 2 p.m. According to Darin Fields, vice president of academic affairs, the University decided to postpone the Summit because of an...

Bobby’s Weekly WLFC Review:

Angel Olsen - My Woman  By Bobby Beebe @howamibobby beeber@findlay.edu Angel Olsen’s 2014 release Burn Your Fire For No Witness has been described most commonly as a folk album. This makes sense given her previous work as backing vocalist for William Oldham’s Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy project. According to this track record, Olsen’s latest release, My Woman, should have fallen in the same...

Oiler Volleyball competes in Florida

UF heads into GLIAC play this weekend By Jaye Williams @JayeGatsby The University of Findlay volleyball team finished 1-3 in Pensacola, Florida last weekend at the Hampton Inn Invitational. “The three teams we lost to were all ranked top 25 in the country and everyone of our matches were extremely close with them,” said Wick Colchagoff, head coach of the women’s volleyball team. Their three...

Oiler football wins 5th home-opener in a row

UF tosses first half shutout against SVSU  By Kevin Schrock @KRock_6 schrockk@findlay.edu On Saturday night it was a great first half that gave the Oilers the jump they needed to knock off Saginaw Valley State University in the season opener. After holding a 20-0 lead at the break, Findlay held on for their fifth straight opening day win led by Rhys Gervais who completed 24 passes for 274 yards...