Student shows off Indian cuisine during cooking demonstration at Buford Center

By: Cory William Berlekamp Twitter: @Cberlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu On Sept. 6 at the Buford Center, the smell of peppers and rice filled the room as a group of people watched the chef of the day cook a dish from her home country. The chef is pharmacy student Manasa Akkineni and the dish she is preparing is rasam, a soup which is familiar to the Southern Indian state of Telangana,...

Hendo food brings new students

By: Brianna Hallman Twitter: @hallmanbri Email: hallmanb@findlay.edu Hendo, famous for its hot cookies and chicken nuggets, is traditionally known as Henderson Dining Hall at the University of Findlay.  Housed in Deming Residence Hall, students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni have passed through its doors to seek warmth and hot food in the winter and a good cup of soft serve in the...

Showdown for the Supreme Court underway

By: Mac Williams Twitter: m_williamsm2 Email: williamsm2@findlay.edu Sept. 4, 2018 was the beginning of confirmation hearings for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the U.S Supreme Court. Kavanaugh was selected to fill the seat held by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy who announced his retirement on June 27. According to the U.S Constitution when a seat on the Supreme Court...

UF swim and dive helps Habitat for Humanity

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu The grey skies and rain did not damper the service efforts of the University of Findlay men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams on Saturday, Sept. 8. The team met at 8 a.m. to help build Habitat for Humanity’s new restore located at 1200 Commerce Pky. Senior Colleen Hoke says the experience was a fun way to bond with her teammates...

Hancock Humane Societies ‘Dogpawlooza’ another hit

By: Alexis Mitchell Twitter: @alexismitch14 Email: mitchella2@findlay.edu The rain showers this past Saturday, Sept. 8 did not stop from all the adorable dogs of Findlay and their owners attending Dogpawlooza. Dogpawlooza is an all-day event held at Riverbend Park and has been extremely popular for the last 10 years. Paula Krugh, the Executive Director of the Hancock County Humane Society, has...

Is there a pause button for senior year?

By: Juliyana Straley The never-ending workload of senior year is incredibly real, as many of you know. Along with 18 plus credit hours, we juggle clubs and teams, jobs, homework, a resemblance of a social life, occasional sleep, mindless eating, and best of all applying for jobs. A year ago, I decided to graduate a semester early and was thrilled at the idea of moving from small town Findlay to...

Former Oiler finds new home in Spain

By: Owen Rode Former Findlay men’s basketball standout Martyce Kimbrough has recently found a new home in Spain. Kimbrough has recently signed with Circulo Gijon Baloncesto y Conocimiento, a European league team in the third division, located in Spain. When asked why he chose this team he said, “For me and where I want to take my career I felt this was the best option.” Kimbrough is coming...