Who will Oilers vote for this November?

Pulse Twitter poll says majority will vote Trump  By: Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield In a presidential election like we’ve never seen before, the question of “who are you voting for?” has become something that everyone is asking. With two controversial top candidates, voters face judgment no matter how they answer this question. As college students, many are questioned by their peers...

Sexism in Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’

Why catchy isn’t always cool  By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs If you’re anything like my sister, best friends, and I, and you were at the Jason Derulo concert last week and you had an absolute blast. You may have pushed your way through the crowd to get as close to the stage as possible and you might have even sang (or screamed) “It Girl” at the top of your lungs. I think I would have had...

‘Silent Sky’ rehearsals underway

UF theater play will run Sept. 21-25  By Larissa Holmes @holmesl_uf The play “Silent Sky,” the adventures of Henrietta Leavitt’s scientific discoveries, is set to reach for the stars on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the John and Hester Powell Grimm Theatre in the Frank J. Egner Center for the Performing Arts. But before audiences can be rocketed into space, actors and production have been hard at...

Security asks for patience, understanding for parking on campus

About 60 spaces lost due to COB construction By Kelsey Nevius With the new construction of the College of Business building on Davis Street, the University of Findlay lost a sizeable amount of parking spaces. According to Steve Baum, captain of safety and security, UF lost about 140 spaces when construction began. Though IUF lost some spaces on Davis Street, Baum stated that extra spaces were...

The importance of leaving your comfort zone

By Madelaine McBride We all have a comfort zone. I have one. You have one. Personally, I like mine – it’s safe, warm, and predictable. Nothing unpleasant can ever occur within my comfort zone bubble. Often I would love nothing more than to cocoon myself within the inviting folds of my comfort zone forever, and for years that’s what I did. But once I came to college I learned you cannot live...

College: A love-hate relationship

By Garrett Gardner @literategrizzly College is supposed to be the best experience of our young lives. These life-changing years and the decisions we make along the way help us to become the best adult-ing adult we can possibly imagine. That being said, we aren’t adults yet. We know that college, just like the other parts of lives, isn’t perfect. After the hype of opening weekend settles and...

Oilers’ comeback falls short against Panthers

UF football loses 49-37 to ODU  By Kevin Schrock @KRock_6 The University of Findlay’s football coach, Rob Keys, has made it very clear that there are no moral victories in his program. Saturday night at Donnell Stadium was no exception to this rule. Despite fighting back from a 28-3 deficit to give themselves a chance in the final minutes of play, the Oilers simply made too many mistakes...

Bobby’s WLFC Weekly Review

 Yohuna - Patientness  By: Bobby Beebe Orchid Tapes, a boutique label in Brooklyn run by Warren Hildebrand, has a history for releasing intimate and personal records. The label’s roster consists of artists whose music may have just as easily been lost in the archives of a Macbook, never to be heard by an audience. The latest release in the Orchid Tapes discography, Paitentness by Yohuna...

More than a game: UF gives back

Oiler athletes participate in community service  By Martyce Kimbrough @TheRealBuddha20 At the University of Findlay, athletes are required to do service for the school and for the community. This service may consist of working sporting events, selling tickets, painting schools, or even building houses for underprivileged families. For the Oiler men’s basketball team, service is something that...

Domino’s moves closer to campus

Manager hopes pizza joint is an Oiler hangout  By Melissa Carrick @MelissaCarrick From Mexican to Italian to a sushi bar, the ever changing restaurant on Main Street near campus is getting yet another makeover. This time, the change should be permanent, as it will now be the home for Domino’s. Many have been speculating about this change and wondering why Domino’s would open another store...

Derulo concert brings 2,366 to Koehler

UF’s JordieRob is motivated for his musical future  By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs Last week’s Sept. 8 Jason Derulo concert brought out a crowd of 2,366 people to the University of Findlay’s Koehler Center. A little over half of the attendees were UF students, faculty, and staff. According to Dave Emsweller, VP of student affairs, 1,358 attendees were UF people and 1,008 were outside...