Award winning Kosovan photographer Burim Myftiu comes to Findlay

Cory William Berlekamp Twitter: @Cberlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu The work of international visual artist and Kosovan Burim Myftiu will be on display at the Dudley and Mary Marks Lea gallery at the University of Findlay from Sept. 24 to Oct. 20 with the exhibit opening on Oct. 3. The exhibition on display is Myftiu’s photo series “TRANCE” which focuses on the Islamic tradition of...

Women`s golf breaks program 54-hole record

By Dylan DeWitt Twitter: @dd_witt    For records, they are set in order to be broken. Great accomplishments remain great accomplishments, but as time goes on those accomplishments begin to take a backseat as a record gets broken. This past week when the women`s golf team was competing in the Indianapolis Invite, the team was able to etch their names into the record books for the...

Dominating win for the Findlay home opener

By: Drake Facione Email: Facioned@findlay.edu The Findlay Oilers took on the William Jewell Cardinals for their home opener Saturday at Donnell Stadium. Coming after a rough week in which the ranked Oilers fell to Ferris State, Findlay knew they had to bounce back against Jewell. They showed up, executed, and the game was pretty much over within the first few minutes. The Oilers dominated all...

“Fear” causes havoc in Washington

By: Mac Williams Twitter: @m_williamsm2 Email: williamsm2@findlay.edu Bob Woodward is known for his time at the Washington Post in the early 1970’s when he and fellow reporter Carl Bernstein investigated the Watergate break in and eventually brought down President Richard Nixon. The award winning journalist has written several books covering numerous presidents from Richard Nixon to Barrack...

Student organization fair welcomes students

By: Abigail Frye The University of Findlay held its annual Student Organization Fair in the AMU on Sept. 12 to welcome all UF students into new clubs. With the Student Government Association in charge, the fair was a success. Sydney Berlekamp, a junior nuclear medicine major, described the turn out as “fantastic, this is extremely promising for the future of our clubs.” Many other students...

Everyone has an opinion; especially on social media

By: Bri Hallman Email: hallmanb@findlay.edu It’s overwhelmed the world, not because it hasn’t existed in every town, in every state, in every country, and you get the idea. It’s the cause of simple arguments between partners that turn into deal-breakers and international crises that become destructive historical events. It’s the source of information popular YouTubers are profiting from...

The Nun review

By: Abigail Frye If you’re looking for something that will almost make you pee your pants while simultaneously yell at actors in a movie that have no idea you exist, look no further, The Nun can give you all of that and more. As the fifth installment in The Conjuring series, I already knew what I was getting into when I pulled into the theater, and I wasn’t disappointed. This movie is first...

Voter purging: use it or lose it

By: Bo Terrill Twitter: @because_terrill Email: terrillr@findlay.edu On Monday, Sept. 17 the University of Findlay hosted a presentation titled “Your Vote, Your Voice” which was presented by voting expert Mike Brickner.  Brickner presented this in honor of national Constitution Day at Winebrenner Theological Seminary.  Approximately forty people attended, with almost all of them...