WLFC’s song of the week (9/29/17)

By: Joy Dolejs Email: dolejsj@findlay.edu This week’s song of the week is the upbeat, honest song Could You Wait ‘til I’ve Had My Coffee by Lisa Leblanc. The song’s lyrics are honest about the need for caffeine before talking about anything serious in the morning. This is something that many college students can relate to. The song is upbeat and has a folk-rock sound. Lisa Leblanc has a...

Where is the news?

By: Grant Goetcheus Twitter: @goetcheusg Email: goetcheusg@Findlay.edu Stay connected with what is happening around us and around the world is a hard thing to do. Not to mention being a very busy college student at the same time. So with this in mind news stations and news media sites have started to go to where the next generation of audience is-online. From newspapers to TV stations they have...

Taylor Bolinger leads the way for UF Women’s XC

By: Trent Williams, Staff Writer Twitter: @withtrentw Email: Williamst4@findlay.edu Photo by Findlay Athletics For Senior Taylor Bolinger, year-round training is nothing new. The Pre-vet & Animal Science Major from Kingston, Mi. has been running since her freshman year of high school. As she was initially not recruited to run for the University of Findlay, Bolinger took initiative, reached out to...

Changes in Parking at UF

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Photo by Olivia Wile With long to-do lists and many responsibilities, parking can quickly become a trivial task for college students. Whether they are in a hurry, or in the midst of an honest mistake, students at the University of Findlay who are caught parking in the wrong spaces will be ticketed. “There has to be some control of...

Kenyon College receives $75 million from anonymous donor

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu It is both student tuition and the generous donors that keep private academic institutions running. This applies to the University of Findlay, with an enrollment of about 3,000 students. Is also applies to Kenyon College in Gambier, Oh. On Sept. 18, news broke that the Division III College, with a total of 1,600 enrolled students, received...

UF baseball fields full schedule of activities this fall

By: Sarah Baer Twitter: @Sarah_baer1 Email: baers@findlay.edu The Findlay Baseball Team is gearing up for many activities scheduled for the next few months. The Oilers recently completed their Fall High School Showcase in which aspiring young athletes showcased their skills in front of the NCAA coaches on campus. The annual Alumni Game is quickly approaching and is scheduled for this Saturday,...

A new endangered species; white parking spaces

By: Alexis Mitchell I hope you like exercise, Oilers, because with the limited amount of white spaces available on campus that is exactly what you will be doing. I, an on-campus resident myself, know the frustrations that students living on campus have. My house in particular is pretty far away from campus, and sometimes on really hot days (like we’ve been having this week) walking can be...

Country becoming too sensitive over football celebrations

By: Chris Corso, Staff Writer Email: Corsoc@findlay.edu When the clock hit 0 during the Oklahoma-Ohio State game on Saturday, Sept. 9th, it was the Sooners that came out on top with a score of 31-16. Overjoyed with the victory over a team that defeated them 45-24 a year ago, Senior Quarterback Baker Mayfield unraveled the Sooners flag, and planted it on the Ohio State logo at the 50-yard line....

Enough is enough

By: Juliyana Straley Twitter: @jstraley7 Email: straleyj@findlay.edu As us college students are on the go all hours of the day between classes, work, hobbies, and time to actually do homework, we barely have time to sleep. We are also on a budget since being $50,000 in debt does that to a person. We have to cut corners somehow to make ends meet so a lot of us live in “typical college houses.”...