UF Professor incorporates two passions in new book

By Jacob King For some, the thought of running 50 miles may sound unappetizing. Writing for multiple hours about running may also seem just as appalling. However, David Essinger, associate professor of English, not only runs and writes but also combines his passion for both in a book.   “Running Out” is a fiction novel about a family whose plane crashes in Canada around the James Bay...

UF counseling services aids students for over 30 years

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu As University of Findlay students return from summer break, so have the professionals from the Bucher Center of Counseling Services. Counseling services have been offered by the University since 1986 and continue to provide many benefits to students. With three full-time licensed professional clinical counselors, Ginny Williams, Jenna L....

Adopt don’t shop

By: Alexis Mitchell Twitter: @alexismitch14 Email: mitchella2@findlay.edu The saying “adopt don’t shop” is used a lot, but not many people know exactly what it means. Adopt Don’t Shop refers not to “shopping” for a pet, but adopting one from your local shelter. An example of shopping for a pet is buying a puppy from a breeder, puppy mill, or even shopping online. Even though it can...

Changing your major, not your destiny

By: Juliyana Straley With over 80 different majors to choose from, the process of picking one can be very overwhelming for students. Physical therapy, Public Relations, Pre-Vet, Education; how does one choose, and what if you don’t like that area of study? Considering switching to a new major can be exciting but stressful. Director of Advising Glenn Miehls understands what each student is...

Worship space or donor’s paradise?

By: Juliyana Straley Twitter: @jstraley7 Email: straleyj@findlay.edu The University of Findlay buying Winebrenner Theological Seminary is the hot topic around campus right now. For anyone wondering, however, they didn’t actually buy it. It is a “long-term” lease that still has yet to be approved by the Higher Learning Commission. Contrary to the facts of the purchase, I am a huge supporter...

The University of Findlay swim and dive team continues swim lessons program

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Once again, the University of Findlay Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive team are sticking to what they know best, swimming. This week, the team begins their fifth year conducting an annual lessons program. As the lessons act as the team’s primary fundraiser, Head Coach, Andrew Makepeace is excited about the programs growth over the...

University of Findlay to buy Winebrenner Theological Seminary

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu The University of Findlay has been busy both growing and expanding over the last few years. From renovations to the AMU last year, to the opening of the new Center for Student Life and College of Business this fall, UF continues to build on its foundation established in 1886. The most recent project the University has taken on includes...

Team bonding sets program up for success

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay Since Findlay is a Division II University that can provide athletic scholarships, sports teams across campus are extremely competitive in nature. Between grueling conditioning sessions and practicing skill-work, UF sports teams are constantly striving for success. This brings up a major question, however. How much success can be achieved...

Regular season for UF football begins

By: Pulse Staff The Findlay Oiler Football team has one game under its belt for the 2017 season after playing old rival Tiffin University Thursday, Aug. 31. Next up is Ferris State at home Saturday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. The 2017 season marks the beginning of play in a new conference after UF decided to leave the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and join the Great Midwest...