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In a contest to name the new on-campus convenience store in Affinity Commons, several students provided the name “Bear Necessities.” Out of all the winning name entries, Becky Pettigrew, a senior in biology from Lower Burrell, Pa.,  was drawn as the winner of an Apple iPad.  Christine Hoerig, a... more
ONU students currently interning in Washington, D.C., and several ONU graduates of the program, took part in the recent Washington Center gala, held Oct. 4 in Washington, D.C.The “Gala 2010: Transforming Potential into Achievement” event celebrated the impact The Washington Center’s programs have... more
Study abroad is open to ONU students in all majors. For some it is required for graduation.On Friday, Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the McIntosh Activities Room, the second annual study abroad fair will give students the opportunity to learn more.Mitchell Lawson, the graduate assistant for... more

Senior mathematics major, Ashley Risch from Hudson, Ohio, presented the paper, “A Phi-bonacci Sequence,” at the 27th Pi Mu Epsilon Student Conference at Miami University on Sept. 24, 2010.  Pi Mu Epsilon is a Mathematics Honor Society. At the same time mathematics and statistics faculty members,... more
Renee LeGendre, a senior in communication arts from Toledo, Ohio, and the current president of ONU's PRSSA chapter, was recognized with the "Distinguished Student Award" as the top undergraduate communication student in Ohio at the recent Ohio Communication Association conference.In addition, her... more
Four students from ONU’s Department of Psychology and Sociology presented papers at the annual meeting of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky, held at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia Kentucky on Oct. 1-2. Seth Adelman, a junior in psychology from Monroeville, Ohio,  presented the... more
Five ONU students presented original research at the Undergraduate Honor Conference held April 17 and 18 in conjunction with the Central States Communication Association in Cincinnati. The students presented their research on film, a result of ONU’s  Rhetoric of Film course taught by Dr. Jennifer... more
Five history, politics and justice majors will discuss their experiences studying abroad at a 7 p.m. presentation on Wednesday, May 5, in the James F. Dicke forum as part of the Phi Beta Delta International Forum. Student presenters are: Sheila Willamowski, a senior from Lima, Ohio, who studied in... more
Six civil engineering students, all juniors in the Prof. Mohammad Khasawneh’s Transportation II class, have been named recipients of Hot Mix Asphalt Scholarships. Prof. Khasawneh is an assistant professor of Civil Engineering in the Smull College of Engineering at Ohio Northern University.They are... more
Ohio Northern University’s Multicultural Fair, “Strength Through Diversity,” will be held in the McIntosh Activities Room on Monday, April 19, from 4-7 p.m. The Ohio Northern University World Student Organization and the Office of Multicultural Development are sponsoring the event, which is free... more