The maze of recovery – differing ideas on weaning a community off of opioids

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Cberlekamp “In most recovery pathways, it’s not so much about doing it alone, it’s about doing it with a community,” Ellyn Schmiesing says, the Executive Director at FOCUS: Recovery and Wellness Community. “It’s about building a support system for yourself that can help keep yourself accountable when you can’t keep yourself...

Soccer seasons come to a close

By: Dylan DeWitt Email: @dd_witt The Findlay Oilers Soccer programs closed out their season this past weekend, but not before creating some memorable victories, moments, and records along the way.  The men`s program would end their season with five wins on the year. None bigger than the defending Great Midwest Champions, the Fighting Scots, and #6 in the nation when they visited the Oilers...

Oilers score big for last home game

By Drake Facione Email: facioned@findlay.edu The Findlay Oilers held Senior Day this past Saturday at Donnell Stadium. The final home game of the season for the Oilers was a memorable one, as they took down Malone University with ease. 19 seniors played their final game in Findlay after many years of memories at Donnell and they added a couple more last Saturday. Malone was the first team on the...

Getting through the hard part – students and staff take time to de-stress

By: Jill Prince Email: princej@findlay.edu Coming into the last leg of the semester, stress becomes a very common feeling among college students. According to a 2018 study published in the journal Depression & Anxiety that surveyed 67,000 college students across more than 100 institutions, “Three out of four students reported having at least one stressful life event in the past...

Mother Hicks brings more than entertainment to the stage

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu It’s time for another University of Findlay theatre production, and this time one with a deeper meaning. Mother Hicks, a folkloric story written by Suzan Zeder, will be brought to life on the stage through poetry and sign language. The production opens on Thursday, Nov. 8 and the show will run from Nov. 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 11 at 2...

Review: “The Haunting of Hill House” delivers on scares and stories

By: Katy Kouvaris Not a fan of horror stories, you are not alone. But for the recently release Netflix series, “The Haunting of Hill House”, you might want to make an exception. Even the master of horror, Stephen King, took to Twitter proclaiming the series as “close to a work of genius, really.” So if you are at all tempted to push your fright aside, this is the series for you. The...

UF provides basic life-skill classes for students

By: Brianna Hallman Marketing strategies and pharmaceutical equations will not help fix a flat tire in the middle of the night, and they definitely will not help fill out your taxes every year. With more and more emphasis being put on academics, students have lost the basic life skills that an older generation would call “common knowledge.” UF Counseling Services is combatting this...

Collision Conundrum

By: Eli Garmon There has been a common problem across campus involving unsafe driving techniques, and the problem areas are not contained solely on the roads but within the parking lots as well. University of Findlay sophomore Allison Adams experienced a crash the first week of classes, a collision took place in the parking lot behind Lovett and Deming. Adams was one of four people involved...