Author Archives: Kendall Westgate

Excitement swirls around upcoming UF swim season

Restrepo wins silver in South American championship  By Lauren Wolters, The University of Findlay swim team includes members from all over the world including Denmark, Mexico, England and many others. Many of the members on the men and women’s team have an extensive swimming career that goes beyond the UF swim season. One such […]

New coaches for UF

By Sam Hardenbergh, The University of Findlay is welcoming seven coaches, either new to the University or new to their positions with the University. New coaches include Isaac White as the women’s basketball assistant coach, Amy Long as the head women’s lacrosse coach, Beth Hemminger as assistant coach with women’s lacrosse, Justin Fisher as […]

Pre-vet major finds happiness when switching to general animal sciences

Previous pre-vet major embarks on a new path in zoology alongside her creature friends at the Toledo Zoo By Kate Dhuy and Maggie English It’s not often you see a skink on a leash, but for junior Kayla Kennedy, it’s the norm. Kennedy originally came to Findlay for the pre-vet program, but her focus has […]

Celebrate fall with Jazzman’s fall flavors

By Lauren Perry and Annaliese Rizzo With the leaves changing and weather cooling down, Jazzman’s coffee shops at the University of Findlay now offer their fall flavors. Seasonal specials available at Jazzman’s include combinations of pumpkin, vanilla, caramel and even a chocolate covered pretzel drink. Jazzman’s employee Libbie Daboiko explained that some of the different […]

Upcoming event: mid-semester portfolio smash

By Alyssa Burgei, University of Findlay’s Writing Center in CBSL 136 is hosting a Mid-Semester Portfolio for ENGL 104 and ENGL 106 students on Wednesday, Oct. 4th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. with tutors, pizza, pop, fidget spinners and stress balls.  For the past 10 years, the Writing Center has hosted a mid-semester tune up to […]

Banjo’s hold memories: Band member shares the start of their passion for music

By Magdelyn English, There is an old banjo sitting in the corner. Its strings are old and broken. But its tunes aren’t lost; they are found in the fond memories and lessons learned. Kai Powell, a University of Findlay sophomore, reflects on the banjo that their grandfather passed down to them and how music […]

Preparation is never wasted on a team with intention

UF’s football team prepared intentionally long before homecoming weekend By Annaliese Rizzo, The University of Findlay homecoming is a time of year when fall weather sets in and families come from all over to enjoy the events put on by campus groups. Homecoming also means that football is back and anticipation is building. Riley […]

Resources available to freshman

By Kai Powell, During the first week of school at the University of Findlay, freshmen are presented with lots of information; but be week four, they may forget this information from stress, a sense of irrelevancy, or course work. The UF Academic Affairs says there are several resources freshmen can access, such as the […]

New counseling options may be unnoticed by students

Some students are still unaware of the new TimelyCare mental health services By Kate Dhuy, Students could miss out on the mental health benefits that TimelyCare offers this semester and not even realize it. TimelyCare, a tele-medicine focused company, recently partnered with the University of Findlay. They offer around the clock aid for students […]

Thunderstorms lead to delay in football game

University of Findlay’s football team played Pace University during severe weather causing a delay in the game By Kendall Westgate, During the latest University of Findlay football game on Sept. 9, the team underwent a four hour delay due to dangerous weather.  “The game ended up getting delayed due to lightning in the area,” […]

Student-athlete eligibility infractions at UF

By Pulse Staff University of Findlay athletic accomplishments over the last three years are now tainted by disciplinary action from the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). On Wednesday, Sept. 13 the NCAA announced that UF failed to monitor eligibility certification between the spring 2020 semester and the 2022-2023 academic year. The negotiated resolution between NCAA […]

Getting physical with PT wellness day

Physical Therapy Wellness Day takes place Sept. 15 offering different free events to students  By Kendall Westgate, Looking for a free fitness consult, massage, wellness screening, or exercise class? Check out the University of Findlay Physical Therapy Wellness Day on Sept. 15. “During the event, we are offering free exercise classes (including pilates, zumba, […]

Understanding politics

By Megan Hite and Pulse Staff, Former President Donald J. Trump faces historic criminal indictments. Not only has a former president never been criminally indicted before, but there definitely hasn’t been one facing four separate legal cases. But are college students, such as those at the University of Findlay paying attention? Several students spoke […]

UF soccer set to kickoff

Men’s and women’s soccer teams share excitement about the upcoming season  By Lauren Wolters,  The University of Findlay men’s soccer team kicked off their season with a game at D’Youville University on Thursday, Aug. 31. They started their season strong, winning the game five to zero. The women’s soccer team also began their season […]

Studying abroad with Brown

By Jeremiah Jackson, The University of Findlay offers many different travel-abroad opportunities to students. UF alumni Kaleb Brown took advantage of these study abroad opportunities by traveling to over 20 countries. Brown was asked a series of questions about his experiences abroad and the programs UF offers. How did you get involved in studying […]

Pawsitive embrace of the canine cuddles program

By Alyssa Burgei, Have you ever owned a pet? Maybe a dog or cat? Or perhaps a turtle, lizard or bird? Many families own pets, so when students leave for school, they miss having their pet with them. That’s why the Student Activities, Commuter Services and Leadership Development Board, along with the Office of […]

Welcoming Warriors W.O.R.D

Senior Mason Alberts organized a new Bible study for football players this year By Kendall Westgate, After a year of fine-tuning the details, University of Findlay senior football player Mason Alberts with help from others started a new bible study for UF football players, Warriors W.O.R.D. “The official name for the bible study is […]

Get revived with the word

University of Findlay’s Revive program is back and stronger than ever with two of the biggest turnouts it had in a very long time By Kwesi Caldwell School is back in session and with week two ending it seems campus has truly revived. Although not how many would think, but through Revive, a campus Christian […]

UF students among many to experience cybersecurity incident

UnitedHealthcare experiences security breach with third party software  By Lauren Wolters  On Monday Aug. 14, Skylar Mettert, the Associate Vice President for Safety and Wellness, informed University of Findlay students about a cybersecurity incident involving UnitedHealthcare.   United Healthcare provides health insurance to all full-time UF students who do not waive the insurance coverage. […]

UF Job fair offers opportunities for both students and University employers

Junior business management major Luigi Bove works for 88.3 WLFC the Pulse radio.

By Pulse Staff About 20 employers did their best to recruit student workers at The University of Findlay Student Employee Job Fair. Jared England with the Office of Human Resources planned the Aug. 15 event and thinks the turn out was a positive sign. “It’s been a steady flow of students all day pretty much,” […]

Expanding health care service – virtually

By Pulse Staff The University of Findlay offers more options for students facing physical or mental health issues this fall. TimelyCare, a virtual health and well-being company for higher education, will help Cosiano Health Center and Counseling Services by offering 24/7/365 care for students supplementing both physical and mental health care service on campus, according […]