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Oilers spend summers interning

How past internships create job opportunities for UF students By Heidi Paxson @HeidiPacSun Throughout the 2015-2016 school year, the Office of Internships and Placement at the University of Findlay has continued to encourage and help students find various major-related internships and jobs. UF’s mission is to equip students for meaningful lives and productive careers in […]

One year later: Browns Edge Partnership

Oilers gain experiential learning, make connections By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs St. Patty’s Day 2016 marked the one year anniversary of the official announcement of the University of Findlay and Cleveland Browns corporate partnership: Browns Edge. A select group of students interned throughout the 2015 summer and another group interned throughout the fall football season. The […]

Thank you El Nino

Unusual weather pattern brings warmth to Findlay By Mac Williams One week ago the sun was beaming through the clouds and the trees were rustling with the breeze that had drifted in. Snow was nowhere in sight, and the temperature was soaring into the 70s. Students on campus were walking around in shorts and T-shirts […]

KASICH, CLINTON WIN

The primary: Do we really know how it works?  By Hannah Dunbar @hanndunbar Tuesday marked the primary election date in Ohio where Governor John Kasich won the Republican vote, defeating Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio. Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders for the Democratic vote. Kasich was the exception in Tuesday’s primary process as […]

The Kasich effect in the Ohio primary

By Jordyn Willis @willisjordyn Ohio Governor John Kasich won in his home state on March 15 despite Donald Trump’s widespread success in other states on Super Tuesday. The win was crucial for Kasich and has now given him some hope for the nomination as the campaign process moves forward. “Kasich better have a strong presence […]

Which political issues matter to Oilers?

UF students’ concerns aren’t always addressed in debates By Sarah Stubbs @sarahxstubbs The 2016 presidential race is already bringing a several non-voters out of the woodwork as some people are identifying with radical candidates such as Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders. Throughout the multitude of political debates that have taken place so far […]

The circus election

The 2016 Presidential race is anything but orthodox By Alyssa Grevenkamp @Grevenkampa “It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before!” might be a popular circus mantra but it could also be a summation of the 2016 presidential race. In the Republican race this year candidates included a governor, senators, a brain surgeon, and an entrepreneur turned […]

Bostic heading to Europe

Former UF basketball star Josh Bostic to play professional basketball overseas By Martyce Kimbrough After travelling around the word playing for many different professional teams overseas and even in the NBA, University of Findlay alum Josh Bostic is now heading to Europe to play professional basketball. Bostic is on the VEF Riga professional basketball team […]

No joke: UF will hold largest Symposium yet

Kelsey Nevius @kelnevs All classes are cancelled on April 1 to encourage students to attend, participate in 9th annual Symposium When the morning of April 1 rolls around, UF junior Madelaine McBride won’t be worrying about an April Fool’s Day prank. Instead, she’ll be preparing her research to present at The University of Findlay’s Symposium […]

“Smile: The Musical” Rehearsals in Full Swing

Oilers perfect the spring musical set to open on Feb. 17 By Kate Bauer @katemareebauer Directed by Vicki McClurkin, rehearsals for UF’s annual spring musical “Smile: The Musical” are in full swing. With rehearsals occurring for three hours each night, members of the cast, crew, and band are working diligently to perfect the show to […]

UF celebrates black history and diversity on campus

Buford Center and BSU plan nine events for Black History Month  By Hannah Dunbar @hanndunbar Every February, Black History Month is celebrated as a time to recognize African Americans’ role and cultural influence in U.S. history. Last year, The University of Findlay celebrated the monthly observation’s 100 year anniversary. But this year will include several […]

Robberies near campus: Security steps up

Clery requires quick communication between Findlay PD and UF By Sarah Stubbs and Jacob King @sarahxstubbs          @JacobKingj4 It was Thursday night, Jan. 14 and the Oiler men’s basketball squad was wrapping up a win against Ohio Dominican.  At 9 p.m., students, faculty, and staff received Oiler Alert texts from the University indicating that the Findlay […]

Poli-sci club comeback

Postic encourages students from every major to get involved By Ashley Summerfield @ash_summerfield After a year and a half of stagnancy, the political science club prepares to make a comeback. After several years of ups and downs, the “poli-sci” club has found itself at a roadblock. The club formed when Robert Postic, Ph.D., associate professor […]

UF still searching for a Police Chief

Bruskotter says a flexible timeline is necessary By Kevin Schrock and Sarah Stubbs @KRock_6           @sarahxstubbs After narrowing the search down to two potential candidates last November, The University of Findlay is back to square one in its search for a Chief of Police to head the emerging hybrid Campus Security-Campus Police Department after neither candidate […]

UF’s attempts to educate students about consent: Where are we now?

By Jacob King @JacobKingj4 A recent lawsuit against The University of Findlay has raised discussion around sexual harassment, consent, and intoxication. But what is the University doing to educate students about these issues? In light of the two separate sexual assault cases that occurred in 2014, the University has made attempts to educate students about […]