Winning the game was the second-best thing to happen Saturday.

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44     Last Saturday, Sept.14, the Oilers Men Soccer team faced Daemen College. After the thrilling victory against #7 Ohio Valley, Head Coach Andy Smyth was very happy but also acknowledged that he needed his players to keep the focus for the game.   “It’s easy to look ahead of yourself and think well, we just...

Oilers hold off late rally from Northwood

  By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @DylanFrazier44   After a close loss to Ferris State, the Oiler football team looked to bounce back and win the home opener against Northwood. That’s exactly what they did with a final score of 31-21. Prior to the game, Head Coach Rob Keys was asked what the Ferris St. match taught them going into the home opener.   “The...

Punching the way to success

By: Emma Smith Email: smithe11@findlay.edu Twitter: @Emma2000Smith   Transitioning from a senior in high school to a freshman can be overwhelming. Students are so used to not only the different people they have known for years, but also the different teachers and how they teach. Each professor in college is different and it can make freshman year seem rough. Fortunately, the University of...

Get out of Town!

By: Kaylee Wheat Email: wheatk@findlay.edu Twitter: @wheatkaylee Last year, 162 University of Findlay Oilers stepped off U.S. soil and into a new learning experience. International Study and Service programs have been around for years.   UF Director of International Education, Eileen Rucki, claims that the study abroad programs are growing in popularity.   “Just in the months of May...

Famous Giants Ride into Findlay

By: Abigail Frye Email: fryea@findlay.edu Twitter: @Abigail_EF Their giant hooves were probably heard from miles away as the famous Budweiser Clydesdales rode into Findlay the past week. With 10 horses and a Dalmatian in tow, it was truly a sight to see for University of Findlay students.   Clydesdales, Charlie, Fire, Jack, King, Pride, Princeton, Rascal, Rock, Sparky, and Tim all made...

UF Sports Communication takes on OSU

    By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: @ o_wile   University of Findlay students had a chance to step foot in Ohio Stadium last week, but not to play a football game.   Sports Communication students from UF traveled to Columbus last Thursday to meet with different Buckeye professionals. Led by professor Amy Rogan, they got to meet with journalism, marketing and...

The Webhead’s Fate Is Hanging by A Thin Web

Collin Frazier Email:Frazierc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Collin_53   For anyone who is a big Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fan such like myself, you were probably excited during the Captain America: Civil War trailer when it was revealed that almost 14 years after first appearing in theaters, Spider-Man was finally joining the MCU, and who wouldn’t have been? Unfortunately, our Friendly...

Wu and Lopez shine in Hustlers

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   Based on a true story, Hustlers is another great example that Hollywood can do movies that aren’t reboots or about superheroes. Hustlers, starring Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez, is great story with a great cast that helps propel the movie to another level.   Hustlers follows the lives of 2 strippers, Dorothy...

From Lady Oiler, To Interim Head Coach

By: Collin Frazier Email: frazierc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Collin_53   The University of Findlay is looking forward to Women’s Lacrosse team this season, with a new face taking the helm. Former UF Graduate, as well as a former Graduate Assistant for the Lady Oiler Lacrosse Team, Allison Kelly, has been hired as Interim Head Coach for the Lacrosse Team. It took Kelly by surprise, but she is...

UF makes strides in sustainability

By: Alana Sundermann Email: sundermanna1@findlaye.edu Twitter: @Alana_Sundy23 The University of Findlay community is adjusting to a new effort towards sustainability, to create a greener campus. You may have noticed recycle bins for plastic bottles and aluminum cans around campus. Director of the Physical Plant, Orion Jones, was responsible for that. For Jones, he has even bigger plans to promote...