Findlay Flooding did not take a vacation this summer

The ongoing problem strikes the town again By: Olivia Wile, Editor Twitter: @o_wile Just because it was summer break for many University of Findlay students, Findlay’s flooding problem certainly did not take a vacation. On Thursday, July 13, a torrential downpour began that would come close to one of the largest floods in town history. The rain was enough for Sheriffs to issue a Level 2 Flood...

Getting Involved with Findlay Media Network

The opportunities FMN offers to students of any major By: Leah Palm, staff writer As the University of Findlay is well known for programs such as Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Equestrian, and Pre-vet, many students are unaware of the media opportunities provided by UF. The University offers multiple media outlets such as the campus radio station, WLFC, the campus TV station, UFTV, and the campus...

Acts of Racism and Hate resurface in Charlottesville, VA

Why it is important for The University of Findlay to unite By: Olivia Wile Twitter: @o_wile ‏ A White Supremacy movement against the removal of the Robert E. Lee memorial snowballed into a chain of tragic events in Charlottesville, VA. According to the Washington Post, around 250 young white males marched across the campus of the University of Virginia on Friday, August 12. Dressed in...

Violent acts in Charlottesville, VA sparks controversy

By: Jacob Sarver Sarverj@findlay.edu The events that took place at a rally on Aug. 12 may have been in Charlottesville, Virginia, 500 miles away, but the effects reach as far as Findlay. On Saturday, Aug. 12 members of the KKK, white nationalists, and neo-Nazi groups marched in Charlottesville to protest the removing of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Police say a 20-year-old...

University of Findlay freshmen complete 14th annual orientation service project

By: Olivia Wile Email – wileo@findlay.edu Twitter- o_wile The University of Findlay hosted its 14th annual Orientation Service Project on Saturday, August 19. Not only does the yearly event help new students meet their classmates, it also allows them to give back to the Findlay community right away. Director of Service and Community Engagement, Crystal Weitz, explains the importance of this...

WLFC gets a summer makeover

By: Chris Corso, staff writer Email – corsoc@findlay.edu It was an exciting summer for the University of Findlay. With the opening of the brand new Center for Student Life and College of Business building, as well as all UF sports moving into the G-MAC, students have a lot to look forward to this school year. In addition to these major changes, the communications department has been busy as...