Kicking it into Gear

Abigail Frye fryea@findlay.edu Abigail_EF The University of Findlay Women’s Soccer Team continues to shine in the GMAC. With a conference record of five wins and one tie, they are ready to keep the winning streak alive through the rest of the season.   The chemistry on the team this year has been applauded by both players and the coach with Lindsey Ahbe, a junior defender for UF,...

Lady Oilers take Second Place at the William Beall

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   On Oct. 7 and 8, The Lady Oiler Golf Team hosted the annual William Beall Fall Classic Tournament at the Findlay Country Club, hosting 17 teams to compete for victory. After three rounds of golf, the Lady Oilers finished Runners-Up with a final score of 908, with only the University of Indianapolis outscoring the Lady Oilers with a score...

Japan comes to the University of Findlay

Emma Smith smithe11@findlay.edu @Emma2000Smith Throughout this week, the University of Findlay has been holding events that have Japanese influences. This week is known as Japanese Week. From a film showing to a concert, UF is hoping to bring the Japanese culture to Findlay. These events are put on by the Japan Foundation. The events were kicked off by a concert by Yumi Kurosawa with special...

Women of the Future

By: Taylor Christensen Email- Christensent@findlay.edu Twitter- @TayChristensen1 The Empowerment of Business Oriented Women (BOW) organization at the University of Findlay have just begun their third year as a group on campus. This year’s main focus, “learn constantly, advocate fiercely,” Their overall mission statement, as stated by their Facebook page, is: “The University of Findlay...

A reward for parking properly

Madelynn Greenslade grensladem@findlay.edu @Madelynn_G15 There are 3,602 marked parking spots around campus, and you could be one of the lucky 300 students or staff that are ‘Caught Parking Right’ this semester. Chief of Police and Director of Security William H. Shaw came up with the ‘Caught Parking Right’ program two years ago to reward students for parking properly around campus. Shaw...

Bowling for Dollars? More like Bowling for Boobs!

By: Leah Alsept alseptl@findlay.edu @l_mac0913   According to breastcancer.org, About 1 in 8 U.S. women (around 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. October is widely known as breast cancer awareness month. Pink is the color of choice when promoting it— using pink ribbons comes from the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, who handed out the little...

Gemini Man—a boring, uninspired movie—with even worse CGI

Dylan Frazier frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44 I’m all for different ideas but they have to work. And for me, Gemini Man simply does not work. From its miserable script to very weird CGI, the film starring Will Smith is maybe one of the dumbest movies I’ve seen this year. That said, it isn’t even close to the worst movie I’ve seen this year.   Following the life of secret...

A Third Dose of Puberty

By: Collin Frazier Frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   Remember not so long ago when you first began puberty? It was such an awkward point in everyone’s life. The point of when your body was changing rapidly, your emotions were a wreck, and it seemed like all you wanted to do was just move on to adulthood. Definitely a point in your life you’d like to forget about, right? Well, not if...

ASL Club hopes to be a group for all students

By Alana Sundermann Email: sundermanna@findlay.edu Twitter: @alana_sundy23   The deaf community is one that is not well known to the University of Findlay, however the American Sign Language (ASL) club is pushing for more student evolvement and recognition. President of the ASL club, Hope Brant, wants to encourage students to join but also create an atmosphere that is gentle and laid back....

Ending the Stigma

Dylan Frazier frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44   Last Wednesday, Oct.9, the University of Findlay held a “Mental Health Awareness Night”, where students could listen to speakers about their own personal struggles with mental disease, as well as ask them questions about how they have coped with their mental health struggles. The speakers, Eric Chase and Megan Scott, went very in-depth...