Category Archives: Around Campus

Student Stories: From Cowgirl Boots to Crowns

A Journey From Showing Steer to the Queen of Adams County By Andrea Hoffman Every young girl dreams of becoming a queen one day, but for University of Findlay student Callie Neuenschwander it’s not just a dream, it is her reality. Neuenschwander is a freshman at UF in the Pre-Veterinary program and this past […]

Content Creator Joe Sadowski steals the Spotlight

By Kwesi Caldwell and Pulse Staff Content creation has become a hot activity on the University of Findlay campus. Students have started tuning into accounts such as Findlay Talks and Findlay Rap on Instagram and of course, the 88.3 WLFC the Pulse YouTube page; which has been burning up with creative and fun podcasts from […]

Escape to other realities through reading

Reading for pleasure can help improve mental health along with other benefits. By Kendall Westgate and Pulse Staff At the University of Findlay, Shaffer Library, the Writing Center, and the Center for Teaching Excellence came together to host Pleasure Reading Week this week, March 13-17. Director of the Writing Center at UF, Dr. Harley […]

The growth of students as represented through art

University of Findlay Senior Art Show Feb. 6-17 Taylor Christensen Twitter: taychristensen1 Instagram: Taylorchristensen1 Ranging from abstract art to comic strips, the University of Findlay Senior art show is in full swing. Seniors Bryce Barto, Anthony Negron, Colton Ross, and Elaine Schaffer all have had their pieces on display from February 6-17. Anthony Negron […]

A long time coffee house says goodbye sending UF students elsewhere

By Sam Rohrs The University of Findlay students came back from winter break to the surprising fact that George House Coffee and Tea, across from campus, had closed. After 27 years of business, the beloved George House made the announcement that a lease issue with the landlord meant it was shutting its doors. Matthew […]

UF Students React to Barnes and Noble Bookstore

By Vanessa Crowe University of Findlay Ruscilli Bookstore is now under the management of Barnes and Noble College. With the new bookstore management comes a new way to get textbooks. Kim Oakes, the transitional manager with Barnes and Noble Education, the parent company of BNC, says First Day Complete Bundle (Oiler Day One) will […]

This Week in UF Student Media

Pulse Student Media includes Pulse TV, 88.3 WLFC the Pulse, and Pulse News. Find the latest interviews and shows here! Pulse TV Art & Culture Show with Sharinda Welton includes special guests comedians Tim Young and Wali Collins, and humorist and speaker Karith Foster.         Junior UF students Ellie Janszen and Kwesi […]

Hundreds of faculty with diverse backgrounds serve UF students

By Lauren Rex The University of Findlay has professors with extensive, diverse, and impressive backgrounds. There are 211 full time faculty on staff at UF and they come from a variety of backgrounds. Some professors had jobs in their chosen field before teaching at the University, and others came straight from college. They all […]

Helping Hands food drive gets creative

By Pulse Staff It’s time to be a “SOUP-er Hero”! Wednesday, Nov. 2 is the 17th Annual Helping Hands Food Drive at the University of Findlay. But the second annual CANstruction contest is set for this weekend in the College of Business/Student Life (CBSL) building. The rules are a little different this year. Starting Friday, […]

Community members share inspirational journeys

By Pulse Staff Many people were unaware of what to expect before attending the Human Library event at the University of Findlay Oct. 11. “When coming into it, I didn’t know. I didn’t really have an idea of what a human book was.” UF freshmen Jalen Edwards was intrigued by the concept of the event, […]

Let the games begin!

Shafer Library brings the arcade to campus.  By Johnny Harris and Pulse Staff A new addition to The University of Findlay campus is one for the gamers. It’s a retro style arcade area in the basement of Shafer Library. Students can find arcade games such as Mortal Kombat, NBA Jam andPac-man; board games such as […]

What happens when people become books

The Human Library comes to UF to tackle the tough topics. By Pulse Staff As any writer will tell you, everyone has a story. Ten people from the Findlay community will get to share their stories in a special event on the University of Findlay campus on Tuesday, Oct. 11. It’s called the Human Library, […]

Athlete of the Week: Simone Green

By Jordan Grimes and Pulse Staff University of Findlay track team member Simone Green is a junior Business Administration Major with an emphasis in marketing and she holds a long list of accolades from her time at UF. In the 2021-22 season UF Athletics reports Green has won a number of awards. All-region by […]

Business savvy all tied up in a BOW

By Aurel Toska and Pulse Staff The stigma in the past surrounding the business field was that it was a male dominated field, however, Business Oriented Women (better known as BOW) is here to put an end to that. BOW is a student club at the University of Findlay. Gracie Clement, the president of […]

170 pounds of emotional support makes an impact on campus

By Natalie Wertz @natalieeele_ The Great Dane, Diesel, has been making his way around UF’s campus. But he’s not just a pet. If you spend a lot of time on The University of Findlay’s campus, you may often see dogs. A man’s best friend and our cuddly sweet companion yet, most of these dogs […]

Portfolio prep and pizza—perfect pairing!

Writing Center Portfolio Smash! workshop set for Sept. 14 By Pulse Staff If the idea of getting some help with your portfolio won’t get you through the Writing Center door, maybe the pizza and fidget spinners will. According to Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center Harley Ferris, Ph.D., the Writing Center […]

UFDM Club president Q&A about what is ahead for student media

By Alex Davis Student, athlete, and creator, JereMiah Jackson is taking on some big roles this academic year. Not only is he a full-time student majoring in Business and full-time starting athlete on the football field, but he is now the President of UFDM, General Manager of 88.3 WLFC, and Digital Editor for The […]

Ohio concealed carry law changes but not on campus

By Ethan Hockaday and Pulse Staff The University of Findlay Office of Campus Safety recently reminded the campus community that a new law regarding guns in Ohio went into effect over the summer and explained how it applies to them. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed the legislation into law on March 14 and it […]

These robots don’t byte, but they do deliver!

By Natalie Wertz @natalieeele If their artificial intelligence facial expressions and greetings don’t already make you fall in love with them, their deliveries sure will. A “robotic fleet” known as the Kiwibots are making their way to UF this fall semester, 2022. In partnership with Sodexo, the Kiwbot Delivery Service has implemented “500+ robots” […]

Finals week is approaching…Here are resources and study tips for Oilers!

COMM251 Students working on their writing skills.

Tips to avoid test-anxiety and burnout during finals season. By Natalie Wertz With finals season approaching, you may find yourself dealing with test anxiety, stress, and feeling burnt out. But not to worry, The University of Findlay has some resources and tips for Oilers to make it through the end of the semester. “We’re advocates […]

UF announces $6 million gift towards a new building

The Watterson Center for Ethical Leadership will take a few years to become reality but got a huge boost in fundraising for the project. By Pulse Staff The University of Findlay announced a $6 million gift from Billy and Brenda Watterson Thursday towards a new building on campus. The University says this is the largest […]

Did “ewe” know about the University of Findlay’s sheep showing team?

UF Sheep at the animal science building

By Addy Hankins @addy_hankins The University of Findlay says it offers a variety of opportunities for students to expand their horizons and gain experience in their desired career field. One of those ways is the University of Findlay’s Sheep Showing Team. “When I first started here, we showed sheep out in Sedalia, Missouri and […]

Squirrel causes power outage at University of Findlay’s campus

Just a normal day in Findlay, Ohio, when a power outage on the University of Findlay’s campus occurred… By: Leah Alsept @l_mac0913 The weather was warm and cloudy during what may have been one of the strangest occurrences on the University of Findlay’s campus in March —  a squirrel ran into a transformer near […]

Bringing the Gospel of Matthew to the theatre

The University of Findlay Theatre faculty and students prepare to perform Godspell this spring By Krissy Johnson @johnsonk2022 The magical world of theatre peeked the interest of Robbie Riffle, senior University of Findlay Theatre Performance and Production double major, when he was in high school. His desire to build those magical stories landed him […]

3C Computer Repairs Re-opened

3C Computer Repairs re-opens and member share why it was temporarily shut down. By Addy Hankins @addy_hankins 3C Computer Repairs is officially re-opened to all University of Findlay students, faculty and anyone in the Findlay area who needs computer assistance. The announcement was made on Feb. 21 after being closed since the beginning of […]

UF mobile food pantry helps students and wider community

Students who helped out at the mobile food pantry during MLK Jr. week are looking forward to more events — and warmer weather By Leah Alsept @l_mac0913 Setting up a mobile food pantry is no easy task — especially when it’s outside in freezing cold weather. But the University of Findlay was able to […]

UF Student Affairs and Athletics divisions revamp for the spring

Staff in both the Student Affairs Division and the Division of Athletics undergo restructures By Lauren Wolters Word count: 894 words As the spring semester ramps up, the University of Findlay’s Division of Student Affairs and Athletics Department adjusts to some restructuring. In an email interview, Brandi Laurita, Vice President of Student Affairs and […]

Brrr! – Tips to keep your car running smoothly on the winter roads

By: Corinthia Webster Winter can be harsh on our cars – but don’t worry Oilers, UF Campus Security is here to help With the winter months upon UF’s campus, keeping their cars safe and running one may be plaguing student’s mind. The weather in Findlay has been icy with frigid temperatures, and although […]

Passing the baton: Emsweller makes the hand off to Laurita

Laurita to stay in the Athletics Department while taking on VP of Student Affairs role By Lauren Wolters  As Dave Emsweller prepares for his retirement as the Vice President of Student Affairs at the University of Findlay, Brandi Laurita, UF’s Director of Athletics, prepares to take his place.  “Dave Emsweller is leaving a large pair […]