Author Archives: Dylan Frazier

A Muddy Good Time!

    [ngg src=”galleries” ids=”8″ display=”basic_slideshow”] By: Leah Alsept Email:   Sprinklers splashed the Intramural Field at the University of Findlay in anticipation of the annual mud volleyball event hosted by sorority Sigma Kappa on August 30th. Music boomed from the loudspeakers letting students know that that was the place to be on Friday […]

Burgers, Bratwurst, and Buns, Oh My!

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”7″ display=”basic_thumbnail”] By : Leah Alsept Email:   Although dark clouds loomed overhead the Cory Street Mall, staff were quick on their feet to change the location of the annual welcome picnic that the University hosts ever year.   The Alumni Memorial Union was buzzing with students on August 18th. The smell […]

Student workers wanted

By: Olivia Wile Email: Twitter: o_wile   Another University of Findlay Welcome Week has come and gone, but not without showcasing some student employment opportunities.   Last Wednesday, August 21, UF hosted its annual Job Fair in the Alumni Memorial Union. Booths, poster boards, and representatives lined the room ready to both inform and […]

A different way to come up roses

By: Cory William Berlekamp Email: Twitter: @Cberlekamp Article: All around Findlay’s campus one can see a variety of trees, shrubberies, and flower beds highlighting the walkways and entrances to the buildings. But there has been another type of annual spotted outside of buildings like Henderson and Egner; artificial flowers to be exact. According to […]

UF says no more to graduate assistants

By: Olivia Wile Email: Twitter: o_wile Changes are being made within the athletic department at the University of Findlay. Starting this year, UF is eliminating graduate assistant coaches across every athletic program. This change is to better accommodate the student athletes according to Head Athletic Director Brandi Laurita. “We had 35 graduate assistants in […]

Media Literacy in the 21st century

By: Leah Alsept Email: Two University of Findlay professors say the overload of information and the speed it is available in the 21st century may be the first step in understanding media literacy. The CML (Center for Media Literacy) defines the term as, “a 21st century approach to education. It provides a framework to […]

Lea Gallery’s First Fall Exhibition

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”6″ display=”basic_slideshow”]   By: Leah Alsept Email:   The very first exhibition at the Lea Gallery this Fall is from one of the University of Findlay’s former professors- Harry Melroy. Melroy was an adjunct art professor at the University. He is now teaching as an adjunct art professor at Heidelberg University in […]

Fall Sports Preview: Football

By: Collin Frazier Email: Twitter: @Collin_53   While unfortunately missing the playoffs last season, the Oiler’s football team still had a great 2018 season, finishing the season 8-3 and winning five games in a row. Coach Rob Keys is gearing up for the 2019 season with new experiences and new lessons learned under his […]

Not Just a Normal Game of Hide n’ Seek

By: Dylan Frazier, Pulse Editor Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   When you think of Hide and Seek, you think of the harmless game of finding someone. People of all ages  can play this game and have a ton of fun. But imagine playing it or it’s your life, doesn’t sound fun right? While it may […]

Good Boys is a Good One

By: Dylan Frazier Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 From the minds that brought you Superbad and Neighbors,Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s latest project, Good Boys, follows three childhood friends on their journey to their first middle school party. With a lot of charm and several hilarious moments, Rogen and Goldberg have done it again with their […]

Everybody’s Gotta Hungry Heart

      By: Dylan Frazier Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   In an era of reboots and sequels, it is nice to see an original concept work in a film. While it may be based on a book, Blinded by the Light, does an excellent job tackling racism, family dynamics, and finding out what you […]

Fall Sports Preview: Cross Country

By: Collin Frazier Email: Twitter: @Collin_53   Last Cross-Country season, Head Coach Eric Wymer learned many different lessons from the season. The biggest one, he says, is to start trusting the athletes.   “The athletes know their bodies better than I do… [the team needs to] trust their bodies so we can help avoid […]

Fall Sports Preview: Women’s Soccer

By: Collin Frazier Email: Twitter: @Collin_53   Women’s Soccer ended in 2018 with a respectable record of 11-4-2, and an unfortunate brief postseason, ending with a 4-0 loss to Marietta. But that was last year and Head Coach, James Walker, is ready to build off of their playoff bid. While they did lose some […]

Fall Sports Preview: Volleyball

By: Collin Frazier Email: Twitter: @Collin_53 Women’s Volleyball at Findlay has had quite an impressive run these last five seasons. In the last 5 seasons, the UF Women’s Volleyball team have had at least 20 wins. Last season also had 20+ wins as well, including a trip to the G-MAC championship. Sadly, their season […]

Stronger Together

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: Twitter: @Cberlekamp    According to the City of Findlay’s website, The University of Findlay and City of Findlay Police Department have made an agreement to assist one another on or around UF’s campus.             As stated on the website, the mutual aid agreement was executed on Aug. 5 and took […]