The Gentlemen: unique, confusing, and hilarious all in one movie

Dylan Frazier Frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44   So far so good this January, with now two very good movies in back to back weeks, it’s nice to see films that are worth going to see. First Bad Boys for Life, now The Gentlemen, I am hopeful this is the sign of what’s to come in 2020…good films throughout the year. While the way the story was told may turn some people off, Guy...

Staying informed is more important than you realize

Leah Alsept alseptl@findlay.edu   Political bubbles will trap you, but unlike a soap bubble, which easily pops when touched, the material is made out of thick, suffocating plastic. Staying within the boundaries of one such political bubble will ultimately cause harm to an individual and the world they live in. It may not be harm that is directly seen or felt, but it is unconscious, narrow,...

Letting the officials, officiate and the spectators, spectate

Dylan Frazier frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44   In college, one of the hardest things for most students is finding a way to make money. With all the homework and extracurriculars students have to do, finding time to make money is oftentimes at the bottom of the list. One way to make some extra change that doesn’t require a ton of time is to referee high school sporting events in the...

Coach Walker to take Head Coaching position at BGSU

Collin Frazier Frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   After a very successful two years that included two freshmen of the year awards, a G-MAC Coach of the Year award, a G-MAC regular-season championship, and making the NCAA D-II Women’s Soccer Tournament, Head Coach Jimmy Walker is moving on from UF to take the same position at Bowling Green State University. With a record of 25-7-4, The...

What’s next for President Trump?

Emma Smith Smithe11@findlay.edu @Emma2000Smith   Since Dec. 18 of last year, Donald J. Trump has been in the biggest legal battle to date, the impeachment trial to determine if they will continue being the President of the United States. The impeachment process began after a whistleblower complaint was filed in August 2019 accusing Trump of pressuring Ukraine to investigate former VP and now...

Two juggernauts face off Sunday night

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   It’s that time of the year; The Big Game. The game that your favorite team will most likely not be in but you will still tune in, eat delicious food, watch very hit-or-miss commercials, and watch Jennifer Lopez and Shakira perform during halftime. This year, the 14-4 Kansas City Chiefs will take on the 15-3 San Francisco 49ers in Super...

How UF is reacting to the tragic news of Kobe’s passing

By: Madi DeVries devriesm@findlay.edu   It is now almost impossible to turn on the TV or go on social media without seeing the news that Kobe Bryant, 41, and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, or Gigi as he called her, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on Sunday, Jan. 26. This news has shocked many across the country, and the world, and has been on many people’s minds....

A whole new world: studying abroad at UF

  Abigail Frye frya@findlay.edu @Abigail_EF   It’s hard to imagine just how big the world is when living in Findlay, Ohio. Luckily, the University of Findlay wants to show students just how much opportunity the world can offer. Students can go to the Office of International Education to hear more about the different trips UF has to offer. There is no requirement for certain majors or...