Five University of Findlay students help FBI solve cold cases in Detroit

By: Addy Hankins hankinsa@findlay.edu UF students helped FBI, Operation UNITED, identify missing persons Several University of Findlay students got the rare opportunity to work with the FBI in Detroit last summer. “It was awesome,” said Alicyn McClish, senior Forensic Biology student at the University of Findlay. “They didn’t treat us like kids.” McClish was one of the five students who...

WLFC Exclusive Interview: Seth Butler

By: Leah Alsept alseptl@findlay.edu @l_mac0913 Seth Butler speaks on his journey, the DEI space, future goals & more! Seth Butler is a Findlay, Ohio native, graduating from Liberty Benton High School and branching out to Colorado State University for college. When he returned to Findlay five years ago, he set foot on the University of Findlay campus and eventually became the current Director...

Changes come for NFL fans this season

By: Jeremiah Jackson jacksonj2@findlay.edu @kagelvltv Is this the start of a new era for the NFL? Tom Brady. Eli Manning. Drew Bees. Ben Roethlisberger. Hearing these names strike a chord for many football fans across the nation. A new era for football is on the horizon as the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams move on to Super Bowl LIV (56). Tom Brady, arguably one of the greatest...