New California legislature has UF athletes talking

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: @o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu   There’s no question athletics play a large part in the University of Findlay culture. From a nationally acclaimed men’s basketball program, to All-American Track and Field stars, UF is all about sports.   Recently making sports news, however, has been California’s Fair Pay to Play Act – a piece of legislation that has...

A future for Findlay health students

By: Collin Frazier Email: frazierc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Collin_53 On Sept. 20, The College of Business and Student Life Center held the Findlay Health Jobs Fair. This was an opportunity for students not only to ask questions about certain health professions they are interested in, but also for different health employers to find interns and graduates that could help them. Some of the professions...

Ad Astra aims for the stars, but doesn’t quit reach them

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 In a shocking turn of events, I liked a movie about strippers stealing money from Wall Street guys more than a movie about astronauts exploring the solar system. Coming off of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, I was totally ready to see another movie starring Brad Pitt, but I was seriously disappointed in Ad Astra. While it was...

Break a Leg

By: Abigail Frye Email: fryea@findlay.edu Twitter: @Abigail_EF Everyone knows the tales of Hercules or Achilles, but does anyone know the story of Eurydice? Well, the University of Findlay has a show for you with their production of Eurydice.   The tragedy opens on Sept. 26 and runs through Sept. 29 with various times for students and the community to enjoy. The play tells of the tragic love...

BSU is 50 and thriving

By: Emma Smith Email: smithe11@findlay.edu Twitter: @Emma2000Smith The Black Student Union is celebrating its 50th year at UF. Like many other Black groups across the nation, UF’s Black Student Union formed due to racial tension and the lack of Black awareness. The group was formed at UF to give Black students a sense of security in numbers. 50 years later, the Black Student Union remains a...

Oilers find peace, love, and unity at the Bell Tower

By: Taylor Christensen Email:  christensent@findlay.edu Twitter: @taychristensen1   The renowned musical festival, Woodstock, had its 50-year anniversary last August, and the University of Findlay held a “Celebrate Woodstock” event on Sept. 20 at the Bell Tower. It gave students the opportunity to participate with any talent they desire, including singing, magic tricks, or...

One Small Step for Man, One Giant Step for Mazza

By:Collin Frazier Email:frazierc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Collin_53 This week for Homecoming, The University of Findlay’ Mazza Museum will be highlighting pieces commemorating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 first landing on the Moon. Different illustrators and authors will have their works shown off that give a Lunar feeling in their pieces, which will be displayed until the end of the year....

From Transfers, To Oilers

By: Lindsey Ahbe Email: ahbel@findlay.edu Twitter: @Lindsey_Ahbe   Some athletes will make UF home from the day they graduate high school. But others make UF home a few years into their time in college. This year, Oiler athletics initiated eight new transfer students into sports teams this year. With 32 total transfer athletes, the Findlay athletic department and teams don’t mind adding...

Putting the “Wine” in Winebrenner

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: @o_wile It’s not every day alcohol is served at the University of Findlay. In fact, being a dry campus, it’s unusual. It takes a certain type of event for this to happen, according to UF Media Relations Coordinator, Joy Brown.   “We have an actual policy on alcohol sales on campus,” said Brown. “So while the University of...