Making a horse show happen

By: Stephanie Radloff Twitter: @SRadloffUF Email: radloffs@findlay.edu Each year, there are two weekends in particular that are very hectic for students at the University of Findlay Farm. Katie Holt, senior co-captain for the Oilers Equestrian team explains how much work goes into preparing to host a horse show. “My responsibilities at a home show vary to the needs of my teammates,” Holt...

Findlay Basketball Beats Toledo

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu It is officially basketball season at the University of Findlay. After a successful season last year, there has been a lot of anticipation for the Men’s Basketball Team to take the court again. The Oilers kick off their schedule a week earlier this year with both depth and strong leadership. “The biggest difference is that we open our...

Dining Hall sends out student survey

By: Louisa Woltermann Twitter: @louisa_wolt Email: woltermannl@findlay.edu At the beginning of October, Dining Services sent out a survey in the form of a UF Update. The survey was conducted by a third party and contained questions that allowed students to evaluate the dining options at the University of Findlay. David Harr, director of Dining Services at UF, explains that Dining Services is...

Findlay flowers

By: Heidi Paxson, Staff Writer Twitter: @HeidiPacSun Email: paxsonh@findlay.edu Although November is quickly approaching, the flowers around the University of Findlay are still in bloom, the sidewalks are clear of leaves, and the scenic Old Main arch looks as good as new. This is a result of the Grounds Keeping team putting in around 240 hours of work a week to ensure that campus is taken care...

WLFC spotlight artist

By: DouglasJenkins Email: jenkinsd@findlay.edu This week our spotlight artist is Barns Courtney. Barns recently released his debut album, “The Attractions of Youth,” and every song on the album feels like it has breakout potential. From start to finish, you’d be hard-pressed to find a misfire. Chances are you’ve heard Courtney already and don’t even know it. “Glitter and Gold” has...

Remembering Marianna Hofer

By: Jacob Sarver Twitter: @Senatorsarver Email: sarverj@findlay.edu The memorial for Marianna Hofer was held on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 3:30 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union. Students and faculty, along with loved ones, met once again to honor her legacy. Hofer was an English professor at the University of Findlay for 32 years who lost her short, but strong, battle against cancer. The UF community...

Letter to the Editor

M. Chandra Sekar, R Ph., Ph D., FAPhA Professor College of Pharmacy 1000 N. Main Street University of Findlay Findlay, OH 45840 USA 419-434-5386 (o) I have been a naturalized citizen in this country for over three decades now. I have never felt unsafe or threatened in this beautiful country with a big heart. Today I switched off the discussion in radio on whether congress will do anything about...

UF TV debuts new student produced shows

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wile_o@findlay.edu As this is my second year being a part of the Findlay Media Network, there is no question that the group continues to expand and evolve. For those unaware, Findlay Media Network is the branch of different media outlets at the University of Findlay. It includes our newspaper, the Pulse, our radio station, WLFC, and our TV station, UF TV....

Findlay is filled with activities for students

Name: Abigail Frye Twitter: @Abigail_EF Email: fryea@findlay.edu With Halloween coming and Findlay embracing the autumn weather of October, many fall festivities are taking place. University of Findlay students can enjoy activities like going to a haunted house, visiting a pumpkin patch farm, and watching scary movies at the local movie theater. Fear Factory and Purgatory House of Unrested Souls,...

Homecoming weekend at UF

By: Trevia Gumbs Email: gumbst1@findlay.edu Homecoming Weekend is a tradition that almost everyone at the University of Findlay looks forward to. Once again, UF celebrated another successful homecoming with a theme of “Building Upon Traditions.” “Homecoming is deeply rooted in American history and is known for bringing families, faculty and staff, friends, community members and students...

Elizabeth Smart speaks to the University of Findlay

By: Cory William Berlekamp Email: coryberlekamp1@gmail.com Twitter: @Cberlekamp Elizabeth Smart, a survivor of kidnapping and advocate for victims, spoke at the University of Findlay on Friday, Oct. 13. Smart shared both her story provided some insight on what life is like before and after trauma. “I think it is so important to speak out, to share my story to hopefully provide some education...