Trump on birth control

By: Leah Alsept Email: Alseptl@findlay.edu How will Trump’s new birth control policy affect Ohioans? NPR reported that the Trump Administration would be rolling back the Obama-era policy that all employers offer contraceptives to employees no matter the employers religious or moral values. The rollback has been blocked by 13 states; California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland,...

Oilers Football Lands Five on All-Region Honors List

By: Dylan DeWitt Email: Dewittd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dd_witt Every year, the NCAA Divisional II Don Hansen Football Committee decides who will be on the list for their efforts on the field. The list is made up of the “small college” football teams and the players of those that have demonstrated their excellent efforts on the gridiron. For the Findlay Oilers, this year the list contained five...

Swim team honored by CSCAA

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: o_wile Though being a college athlete can seem like a full-time job, academics are essential to the success on the field, on the court and in the pool. This is a staple on the University of Findlay men’s and women’s swimming and diving team. After being honored by the College Swim Coach Association of America for their work in the classroom...

Polar vortex freezes Findlay campus

By: Pulse Staff Ice cold weather prompted the University of Findlay to make the rare move to close campus for two days this past week. The weather concerned the University of Findlay, faculty and students alike. Northwest Ohio experienced the lowest temperatures it has felt in nearly 20 years, along with the majority of the Midwest-as result of what meteorologist call the Polar Vortex. While the...

Men’s hoops sweep two game road trip

By: Owen Rode Email: Rodeo@findlay.edu The No. 18 Findlay men’s basketball team went on a four day, two game road trip in Nashville, Tennessee and Owensboro, Kentucky this past week. The Oilers faced off against Trevecca Nazarene and Kentucky Wesleyan, both in-conference opponents. The first game of the road trip in Nashville against Trevecca was a tale of two halves. The Trojan’s came out...

Menstruating women may not enter

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay Twitter: o_wile University of Findlay students can spot it everywhere: from the Church of God at the front of campus, to Winebrenner Theology Seminary and advertisements for Revive, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Gateway Church. Religion is not a censored topic on campus. Despite being welcomed and celebrated at UF, however, a war on religion and...

Oilers basketball split wins

By: Dylan DeWitt Email: dewittd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dd_witt As the snow storm began to roll in on Saturday morning, the crowds at Croy Gymnasium were filled in to watch two games of Oilers basketball against the visiting Hillsdale Chargers. The women`s team was up first and once again the game did not disappoint. The game had the Oilers in full advantage most of the way but with a quarter left...

Sink your teeth into something new

By: Abigail Frye Email:fryea@findlay.edu Twitter:@Abigail_EF Everyone knows how the process of buying a pizza typically goes. You call a pizza shop, wait about 20 minutes, and pick it up fresh and hot with the money you saved all week. The Ohio State University decided to make some changes to this ritual by building a pizza vending machine in one of the buildings on campus. This machine costs $8...

Transgender people banned from military

By: Leah Alsept Email: Alseptl@findlay.edu The Trump Administration has successfully banned transgender people from entering the military. This policy went into effect Jan. 22. The Carter Policy was an overturn of the previous ban on transgender people from the military, backed by a year-long study which concluded being transgender had nothing to do with whether someone could serve in the...

Findlay stays active in winter

By: Owen Rode Email: Rodeo@findlay.edu A snowy day in Findlay didn’t keep the hundreds of kids away. The University of Findlay hosted the annual Martin Luther King’s day event, All Sports Day on Monday. This gave local kids from around the area the opportunity to participate in all the sports the university has to offer. From Football all the way to wrestling and even swimming. The activities...

Some streaks on the glass

By: Dylan Frazier Email: Frazierd@findlay.edu In the final installment of The Eastrail 177 Trilogy, Glass, M. Night Shyamalan wraps up in the only way that he can, by writing thrillers that keep you on the edge of your seat. While Glass has its flaws, it still hits the mark for a majority of the movie and it was a great movie to end the story. The story begins when David Dunn (Bruce Willis)...

The “Starving College Student” may be more than an old cliché

By: Pulse Staff As the University of Findlay prepares to host a mobile food pantry on Jan. 26 for the community, a new report from the U.S. Government Office of Accountability shows that some colleges are trying to respond to a perceived need to feed college students who can’t afford to buy food for themselves. The report released last week by the GOA reviewed 31 studies but couldn’t nail...

Craziness in Croy

By: Dylan DeWitt Email: DeWittd@findlay.edu Twitter:@dd_witt Last Thursday, both the men`s and women`s basketball teams took on the visiting Ohio Dominican Panthers in a Great Midwest Conference dual. The games would prove to be nothing but excitement when both games would be decided within the final minutes. As the student section filled from courtside to the final row, the immediate feeling of...

UF’s own Jason Moore will play in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

By: Abigail Frye Twitter:@Abigail_EF Email:fryea@findlay.edu Anything worthwhile is never easy as one of The University of Findlay’s very own football players has proven time and time again. Jason Moore, a recent graduate of 2018, has overcome all obstacles and is invited to The NFLPA (National Football League Players Association) Collegiate Bowl on Jan. 19 in Pasadena, California. Kory Allen,...

Winter is coming…someday

By: Dylan Frazier Email: Frazierd@findlay.edu The winter in Hancock County up to this point has been mild. Not much snow has accumulated but that is about to change this weekend. It has been reported by WTVG in Toledo that we could see four inches of snow on Saturday, along with high winds. When there is snow like that, usually the roads are covered and need plowed. Removing snow on the roads can...

I almost was in a terrorist attack

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: Berlekampc@findlay.edu This last semester was very eventful for me. I took my first steps in to working with the Findlay Floods Project, I bought a $700 camera and I was almost in a terrorist attack. I was finishing up my final projects in the computer lab at Egner during the last week of classes when I received a text from my friend saying “my sister is a...

Looking through the blindfold

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: Berlekampc@findlay.edu The trend of internet challenges has become increasingly more dangerous from eating a tablespoon to cinnamon to tide pods and now doing daily tasks while blindfolded like Sandra Bullock’s character in the movie Bird Box. This has led to dangerous prank videos being uploaded to the internet to causing a car crash in Utah after a girl attempted to...

Findlay grad goes to the Captitol

By: Bri Hallman Email: Hallmanb@findlay.edu The City of Findlay is sending off one of their own after serving the people of Hancock County for the past seven years. Republican governor-elect Mike DeWine chose Mayor Lydia Mihalik to head the Development Services Agency as a result of what she has done during her terms as mayor. While she looks forward to the position, she said, “It was a very...

It’s still sunny in Philadelphia

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Coming into season 13, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia still continues to deliver the goods. I’ll admit, when I read Dennis Reynolds, played by Glenn Howerton, was not going to be in the season that much I was pretty worried about this season. Dennis is the glue that hold all the characters together and he single-handedly carries the show in my...