Annual Day of Giving a success

By: Abigail Frye Email:fryea@findlay.edu Twitter:@Abigail_EF The University of Findlay hosted its Day of Giving from March 20 through March 21 with the motto #OilerUpGiveBack. With a goal and some pizza, UF was able to raise money for many students. According to the Day of Giving webpage, the way students, faculty, and alumni could raise money was by challenges and matches. The challenges were an...

Take Back the Night takes Findlay

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: o_wile Take Back the Night returns to the University of Findlay for its seventh annual event. During the day of Tuesday, March 14, students could find information tables set up at the College of Business and Center for Student Life. Later that night, they could listen to the words of Michelle Stratton. Stratton, the sexual assault nurse examiner...

Jason O: Music Bach Concert Series

By: Leah Alsept Email: Alseptl@findlay.edu Jason O came to the University of Findlay on Mar. 15 as a part of the university’s Music Bach Concert Series, he performed his signature style- looping music, for the audience. With dread locked hair and guitar in his hands, the multi-talented musician performed the free show in the AMU on campus. Jason O has released three albums as a solo act and has...

Drag show photo galary

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: Berlekampc@findlay.edu The University of Findlay seventh annual drag show was hosted on Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union Multipurpose Room. Drag queen Candi, Wantsome?, who makes all of her own outfits, hosted the event for the fourth year in a row. The money raised by the show was split 50-50 between United and Findlay High School’s...

Campus filled with flyers for work

By: Abigail Frye Email: fryea@findlay.edu Twitter: @Abigail_EF For many college students, working while going to school is the reality whether it be to pay for tuition, afford rent, or splurge on Dunkin Donuts every week. Whatever the reason, work can be a vital part of the lives of students at the University of Findlay. Flyers can be found all over campus promoting a multitude of different...

STRIDE keeps the message going

By: Leah Alsept Email: alseptl@findlay.edu On Thursday, Feb. 28, the University of Findlay’s STRIDE (Students Teaching Respect for Individuals with Disabilities Everyday) club held its annual event, Spread the Word to End the Word. The event went from 8 am to 8 pm in the Center for Student Life and College of Business, according to STRIDE’s Facebook page. The event was held to explain to...

University of Findlay settles sexual assault case

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu The University of Findlay and two former student-athletes reached a settlement for a lawsuit five years in the making. The details of the settlement have not been released. The case dates back to 2014, when two former student-athletes at UF were accused of sexual assaulting a woman. According to the lawsuit, Browning v. UF, on Sept. 20 and 21, 2014,...

Dr. Shinn remembered

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Cberlekamp The University of Findlay and the College of Pharmacy mourn the loss of one of their professors, Dr. Bradley Shinn, Pharm.D. Shinn died unexpectedly at the age of 63 on the morning of Feb. 16. He began work for the College of Pharmacy in 2007. In 2010-2011 he won the UF College of Pharmacy Teacher-of-the-Year award, his third...

Pay scale for new UF grads is right on track

By: Pulse Staff Students at the University of Findlay may take comfort in knowing that new UF graduates are on track with the rest of the nation in average starting salary. Alexis Binder , the assistant director for the Center for Career & Professional Development, says that according to UF’s Outcomes Survey, the average starting salary of 2016-2017 respondents and 2017-2018 respondents is...

Oh, it’s magic: Joseph Tran visits UF

By: Abigail Frye Twitter:@Abigail_EF Email:fryea@findlay.edu The University of Findlay’s Student Activity Board welcomed Joseph Tran onto its campus to speak with the community and students alike on Feb. 8 in Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Admission was $5 and this event was open to anyone that wanted to come. Joseph Tran is a magician, an actor, a stuntman, and a comedian that is known for...

Campus area renters keep an eye on flooding basements

By Bri Hallman Email: Hallmanb@findlay.edu The record-breaking polar vortex during the last week of January, several inches of snow, a quick warm-up and another quick freeze added up to potential flood issues in Findlay. And that can also equal problems for students renting houses in the campus area. Sophomore nursing student JacquelineWilkinsonlives in a house owned by the University of Findlay...

International Mother Language Day makes its way back to UF

By: Pulse Staff The University of Findlay is due to host its second annual International Mother Language Day Event Feb. 21 from 12–1:30 p.m. in the CBSL Atrium. Sadia Akhter Aurna, a sophomore at UF and speaker and creator of the hopes UF students attend and celebrate. Aurna was born and raised in Bangladesh and is very excited to bring this celebration back to campus for the second time ever....

UFTV steps up to bring GMAC Track and Field to the masses

By Pulse Staff The University of Findlay will host the GMAC Track and Field Championships at the FRC on Feb. 22 and 23. Thirteen GMAC schools are scheduled to participate. The event is a huge production for the UF Athletic Department and an exciting opportunity for the Oiler athletes. But what some may not realize is the production going on behind the scenes as UFTV works to video and air the...

The Funniest Night in Findlay

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: o_wile Another successful University of Findlay Comedy Jam has come and gone - the 17thannual one to be exact. Students, community members, faculty and staff all packed into the Marathon Center for Performing Arts on Saturday Jan. 26 to watch three headliners come together for one night. A night former City of Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalik...

Oilers basketball split wins

By: Dylan DeWitt Email: dewittd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dd_witt As the snow storm began to roll in on Saturday morning, the crowds at Croy Gymnasium were filled in to watch two games of Oilers basketball against the visiting Hillsdale Chargers. The women`s team was up first and once again the game did not disappoint. The game had the Oilers in full advantage most of the way but with a quarter left...

Findlay stays active in winter

By: Owen Rode Email: Rodeo@findlay.edu A snowy day in Findlay didn’t keep the hundreds of kids away. The University of Findlay hosted the annual Martin Luther King’s day event, All Sports Day on Monday. This gave local kids from around the area the opportunity to participate in all the sports the university has to offer. From Football all the way to wrestling and even swimming. The activities...

Student-athletes vs. student actors schedules at the University of Findlay

By: Bo Terrill Twitter: @because_terrill Email: terrillr@findlay.edu Student-athletes have a full plate from their schoolwork and practice schedule, but there is another group on campus that has to juggle their passion with the school work. Though their practice hours are not preparing them for a the big game, student actors and their rehearsal schedules prior to productions take up a lot of...

Observance for Veterans Day held at University of Findlay

By: Cory Berlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu Twitter: @Cberlekamp Nov. 9 marked the second annual reading of the names of University of Findlay’s veterans in the Center for Student Life and College of Business Building. University of Findlay’s Veteran Day Observance and reading of the names was an opportunity to honor the brave students who served our country and those that came back to...

Helping hands holds food drive

By: Abigail Frye Twitter: @Abigail_EF Email: fryea@findlay.edu The University of Findlay hosted its 13th annual Helping Hands food drive to gather items to give to CHOPIN Hall, otherwise known as Christians helping other people in need. Overall, 111,436 pounds were collected, ultimately being equivalent to 55 pallets of food that filled three semi-trucks with non-perishable foods. These foods...

Student opinions on voting vary

By: Brianna Hallman Nearly 49 percent of those eligible to vote took to the polls on Voting Tuesday for the midterm elections, according to early estimates from the United States Election Project. Of that 49 percent, over 13 percent of those voters were in the ages 18 to 29 demographic, a sizable jump from the 11 percent in the 2014 presidential elections which see a higher turnout in all...

Getting through the hard part – students and staff take time to de-stress

By: Jill Prince Email: princej@findlay.edu Coming into the last leg of the semester, stress becomes a very common feeling among college students. According to a 2018 study published in the journal Depression & Anxiety that surveyed 67,000 college students across more than 100 institutions, “Three out of four students reported having at least one stressful life event in the past...

UF provides basic life-skill classes for students

By: Brianna Hallman Marketing strategies and pharmaceutical equations will not help fix a flat tire in the middle of the night, and they definitely will not help fill out your taxes every year. With more and more emphasis being put on academics, students have lost the basic life skills that an older generation would call “common knowledge.” UF Counseling Services is combatting this...

Collision Conundrum

By: Eli Garmon There has been a common problem across campus involving unsafe driving techniques, and the problem areas are not contained solely on the roads but within the parking lots as well. University of Findlay sophomore Allison Adams experienced a crash the first week of classes, a collision took place in the parking lot behind Lovett and Deming. Adams was one of four people involved...

Homecoming asks where your story began

By: Leah Alsept Everyone at the University has an oiler story to tell of how they came to the University of Findlay and this weekend the university is celebrating that. Homecoming and Family Weekend at Findlay runs Oct. 5 through 7, and the theme this year is “Where your story began”. At the University of Findlay, all Oilers have a story to tell. Students, professors, parents, alumni- anyone...

The campus of 1968 compared to the campus of 2018

By: Brianna Hallman Twitter: @hallmanbri Email: hallmanb@findlay.edu It is time to come home...for the class of 1968, a mere fifty years since they graduated. The Oilers that walked these halls, avoided the large red dots, and passed through the famous arch are coming back to what has changed on the University of Findlay’s historic campus. Distinguished alumni such as Kenneth Curry was excited...

2018 homecoming court

By: Abigail Frye Twitter: @Abigail_EF Email: fryea@findlay.edu Homecoming has been an important event since the very first day of high school for many students. Everyone would get nervous about what they will wear to the dance or who they will take and it’s always filled with lots of pictures and good times. Though the dance is no longer relevant to students in college, Homecoming is still...

Conor Bracken shares his poetry with UF

By: Abigail Frye Twitter: @Abigail_EF Email: fryea@findlay.edu The University of Findlay welcomed Conor Bracken, one of the newest additions to faculty, as he shared his poetry chapbook, “Henry Kissinger, Mon Amour”. Bracken read his poems aloud to students and staff that filled the College of Business building on Sept. 20. The chapbook contains issues that Bracken wanted to address with...

The University of Findlay offers a class on medical cannabis

By: Grant Goetcheus Twitter: @goetcheusg Email: goetcheusg@findlay.edu This fall the University of Findlay has started to offer a new class. The class medical cannabis is an elective to fourth and fifth-year pharmacy majors. The class will talk about the medicinal purposes of the drug. Topics discussed during the semester will include the most come diseases that cannabis has been used to treat....

Award winning Kosovan photographer Burim Myftiu comes to Findlay

Cory William Berlekamp Twitter: @Cberlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu The work of international visual artist and Kosovan Burim Myftiu will be on display at the Dudley and Mary Marks Lea gallery at the University of Findlay from Sept. 24 to Oct. 20 with the exhibit opening on Oct. 3. The exhibition on display is Myftiu’s photo series “TRANCE” which focuses on the Islamic tradition of...

Student organization fair welcomes students

By: Abigail Frye The University of Findlay held its annual Student Organization Fair in the AMU on Sept. 12 to welcome all UF students into new clubs. With the Student Government Association in charge, the fair was a success. Sydney Berlekamp, a junior nuclear medicine major, described the turn out as “fantastic, this is extremely promising for the future of our clubs.” Many other students...

Voter purging: use it or lose it

By: Bo Terrill Twitter: @because_terrill Email: terrillr@findlay.edu On Monday, Sept. 17 the University of Findlay hosted a presentation titled “Your Vote, Your Voice” which was presented by voting expert Mike Brickner.  Brickner presented this in honor of national Constitution Day at Winebrenner Theological Seminary.  Approximately forty people attended, with almost all of them...

Student shows off Indian cuisine during cooking demonstration at Buford Center

By: Cory William Berlekamp Twitter: @Cberlekamp Email: berlekampc@findlay.edu On Sept. 6 at the Buford Center, the smell of peppers and rice filled the room as a group of people watched the chef of the day cook a dish from her home country. The chef is pharmacy student Manasa Akkineni and the dish she is preparing is rasam, a soup which is familiar to the Southern Indian state of Telangana,...

Hendo food brings new students

By: Brianna Hallman Twitter: @hallmanbri Email: hallmanb@findlay.edu Hendo, famous for its hot cookies and chicken nuggets, is traditionally known as Henderson Dining Hall at the University of Findlay.  Housed in Deming Residence Hall, students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni have passed through its doors to seek warmth and hot food in the winter and a good cup of soft serve in the...

UF swim and dive helps Habitat for Humanity

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu The grey skies and rain did not damper the service efforts of the University of Findlay men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams on Saturday, Sept. 8. The team met at 8 a.m. to help build Habitat for Humanity’s new restore located at 1200 Commerce Pky. Senior Colleen Hoke says the experience was a fun way to bond with her teammates...

Japan students visit Ohio through KAKE

By: Ethan Hockaday Once again, the KAKE Ambassadors have arrived here at the University of Findlay. Having arrived on Aug. 23 the students will end having spent three weeks in Findlay by the time they have left on Sept. 6. The KAKE Program is an educational agreement between the University of Findlay and the KAKE Educational Institute. The KAKE Institute includes the Okayama University of...