Communication is Key

By: Madelynn Greenslade Email: greensladem@findlay.edu Twitter: @Madelynn_G15   One of the biggest things in college is that this may be the first-time freshmen get to live on their own. You finally get out of your parents’ house and you have freedom to do anything you want, sounds great right? With that, comes living in a dorm and that may not be for everyone. For some, it may actually be...

It’s about time it’s less than 90 outside

Leah Alsept Email: alseptl@findlay.edu Twitter: @l_mac0913   Cold weather has finally arrived in Findlay. I was waiting for what seemed like centuries for it to get even a bit chilly. I checked the weather every day, hoping, praying that the 80-degrees would inch down to 70s or 60s. Then it became the first day of Fall. And then we had another almost 90-degree day outside. Don’t get me...

The Prince of Crime laughs his way to the top of the box office—Phoenix shines in Joker

Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 In what may be the third-most hyped movie of the year behind Avengers and Star Wars, Todd Phillips’ Joker came out amidst all the controversy that surrounded its release. For those who do not know, the FBI got a tip that someone on the dark web had planned to shoot up a movie theater during opening weekend. Thankfully, that...

Going up the Rankings, One Putt at a Time

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 With the fall season nearly over, The Lady Oilers golf team hope to add to their already stellar season. Currently, they are ranked sixth in the latest DII Women’s poll. Even with being ranked that high, head coach Dominic Guarnieri doesn’t care. He just wants to make sure that the   “Our main focus is to get better every day,” said...

UF Men’s team success does not stop at broken records

By Brady Wildermuth Email: wildermuthb@findlay.edu The Findlay Oilers Men’s Golf team is off to a hot start. Currently, they have won every tournament they have participated in, except for the Doc Spragg Fall Invitation, where they lost by only one stroke.  They look to extend that success through the fall season. With their GMAC Fall Invitational win in Owensboro, KY, the team broke their...

UF Hosts Fourth Annual Talking Hands Event

By: Brooke Von Hoffman Email: vonhoffmanb@findlay.edu   On Sept. 24, a group of Pre-K to fifth grade students visited The University of Findlay campus to try their hand at American Sign Language.   Four years ago, UF started meeting once a week in Winebrenner on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. for six weeks in the fall, all in part for the American Sign Language (ASL) program called Talking Hands....

Keeping Up with the Freshmen

By: Collin Frazier Frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   One of the biggest aspects of college is adjusting to the new routine students will have to undergo to be successful. This can include how to study differently, when to go to bed, or meeting new people. For some, the adjustment has come and gone, and they are in a new routine. Others, they are still in an adjustment period. If you are a...

Charging up the green efforts around campus

Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 If you have class in the College of Business building, you may have seen a new table put in front of the building. That table is a solar-powered charging station for your electronic devices. Along with the help of Millstream and First Solar, Director of Physical Plant Orion Jones is excited to bring more economically-sound options...

It’s Gonna be a Hot One

By: Abigail Frye Email: fryea@findlay.edy Twitter: @Abigail_EF Temperatures feel a little more like fall now but during the record-breaking heat that ushered in October some University of Findlay students were hot under the collar about the air-conditioning failure in the Davis Street Building, 300 Davis Street. “The geothermal unit broke, so it’s pumping in all the hot air,” said Riley...

Thoughts from Profs: Tips for Writing

By: Lisa Bradley, Assistant Professor and Director of the Master of Science in Health One of the many challenges college students encounter is completing writing assignments successfully.  In my experience, college students typically fall into one of two writing groups:  Under-pagers and Over-pagers.  Under-pagers skip key assignment parameters and often write on obscure topics...