WLFC Weekly Review

Chance the Rapper – Coloring Book By Bobby Beebe @883WLFC Beeber@Findlay.edu Since little music gets released between Christmas and the beginning of the year, I decided to take a look back on 2016 for this column and write about my favorite album of 2016. 2016, as you may have noticed, was a challenging year in popular culture. For that reason, my favorite record of the year is one that managed...

Sarah Stubbs steps down as the Pulse editor, will be missed

Sarah does news, opinion justice By Diana Montague, Ph.D., professor of communication @Diana Montague8 Montague@findlay.edu The field of journalism has been in tumultuous transition since the introduction of the Internet, but rumors of this profession’s demise have been premature. Journalism is not dead; it is reinventing itself, revitalizing its role in informing society, rising from the...

Oilers Overcome Obstacles to Make it Seven in a Row

By Kevin Schrock  @KRock_6  For a University of Findlay Men’s Basketball team that has already suffered two injuries to starters this season, they simply will not quit. After losing Austin Gardner early in the season, Alex White also went down with a season ending knee injury during the team’s game against Trevecca Nazerene, Dec. 29. The team fell to Hillsdale College on Jan. 12 in...

New year brings exciting changes for UF journalism

By Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs neviusk@findlay.edu With the new year comes new changes, and the University of Findlay campus is no exception. While construction is still underway at the College of Business building, there is a new type of construction happening right here at the Pulse. With the changing currents of journalism, the Pulse is reinventing itself this semester to become almost entirely...

Snow Day!… Very Unlikely

By Mac Williams @m_williamsm2 Williamsm2@findlay.edu The Spring semester is here and with it comes the snow, wind, and cold from old man Winter. As winter storms approach students dream of the possibility of classes being cancelled and having the day to whatever they want. Matthew Wilkins, a junior at the University of Findlay, thinks the prospect of cancelling classes is intriguing....