Mary Wilson, original member of “The Supremes,” dies at 76

By: Leah Alsept alseptl@findlay.edu @l_mac0913 Mary Wilson, original and longest-reigning member of The Supremes, has died at aged 76. The group was originally titled “The Primettes” and was slated to be the sister group to the “The Primes”. The four original members were Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross, and Betty McGlown, all from the same neighborhood in Detroit,...

“The Turnover” turns out

By: Leah Alsept alseptl@findlay.edu @l_mac0913 Two UF students followed their dream of hosting a sports podcast— and they found growth within themselves Podcasts can be about anything. Humor, music, news, crime, politics, religion— literally anything that a person can think of can end up as a podcast. Including sports (of course). Kelvin Reisenfield and Alex Kerstetter are the hosts of a...

UF TV debuts new student produced shows

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: wile_o@findlay.edu As this is my second year being a part of the Findlay Media Network, there is no question that the group continues to expand and evolve. For those unaware, Findlay Media Network is the branch of different media outlets at the University of Findlay. It includes our newspaper, the Pulse, our radio station, WLFC, and our TV station, UF TV....

UFTV to use Stretch Internet and Great Midwest Digital Network live streaming of UF athletic events

With football season is in progress, Oiler nation is ready to cheer on the University of Findlay football team. However, since the stadium is off-campus, some students might find difficulty in traveling to the games. If this is the case, students will be excited to learn that UFTV will be filming all of the home games. The student-run media network makes it possible for everyone to catch the UF...

Getting Involved with Findlay Media Network

The opportunities FMN offers to students of any major By: Leah Palm, staff writer As the University of Findlay is well known for programs such as Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Equestrian, and Pre-vet, many students are unaware of the media opportunities provided by UF. The University offers multiple media outlets such as the campus radio station, WLFC, the campus TV station, UFTV, and the campus...