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Semester Review: Fall 2018

A look back at some of the moments from the fall 2018 semester at Ohio Northern University.

Second-year pharmacy student Shreya Sebastian talks to students. The Opening the Way reception was held in James F. Dicke Hall. The reception is designed to assist first-year Ohio Northern University multicultural students by introducing them to student organizations.

Orientation leader and third-year pharmacy student Oshra Gadkar takes a moment to rest during convocation in King Horn Sports Center for first-year students at Ohio Northern University.

From left, freshman Hannah Rubel, freshman Ashlie Miller and first-year pharmacy student Tatum Reprogle dance with the crowd. Playfair hosted games in King Horn Sports Center for freshman Ohio Northern University students.

Construction continues on the new Ohio Northern University College of Engineering building – the James Lehr Kennedy Engineering Building.

Third-year pharmacy student Katie Platt tries to catch a water balloon. Students gathered at King Horn Sports Center for a campus block party to welcome new Ohio Northern University students.

First-year pharmacy student Victoria Ramage paints a shelter house at First Baptist Church in Ada. Ohio Northern University students, faculty and staff volunteered for Ada Civic Engagement Day. The annual event is a part of Ohio Northern University Welcome Weekend.

Members of Zeta Tau Alpha pose for a photograph. Ohio Northern University's Greekapalooza was held on the Tundra to introduce new Ohio Northern University students to Greek organizations on campus.

From left, senior Braydon Focht, fifth-year pharmacy student Monica Coupe, fifth-year pharmacy student Adam Copley and fourth-year pharmacy student Devin Pennington celebrate a point. The annual Founders Hall Mud Volleyball tournament is held at Ohio Northern University to raise money for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.

Ohio Northern University senior Alex Wood is photographed in James F. Dicke Hall.

First-year law student Emily Amendola looks through books in the library of Tilton Hall of Law on the campus of Ohio Northern University.

Freshmen from left, Olivia Schrager and Kylee Meredith prepare for a biology test on the Tundra outside of Lima Hall on the campus of Ohio Northern University.

Second-year Ohio Northern University College of Law student Raven Venegas is an assistant coach on the men's and women's golf team.

Ohio Northern University nursing freshman Molly Van Gorp studies ballet and dance with the Department of Theatre Arts.

Construction continues on the new James Lehr Kennedy Engineering Building on the campus of Ohio Northern University.

Second-year Ohio Northern University College of Law student Erica Bishop is photographed in the Tilton Hall of Law.

Members of the Office of Residence Life from left, senior Madison Hudson, third-year pharmacy student Zoe Schilling and senior Tori Middlebrooks walk in the parade. A parade was held in Ada to celebrate Ohio Northern University's Homecoming 2018.

Ohio Northern University freshman Emily McLaughlin walks in front of Presser Hall.

Leaves decorate the campus of Ohio Northern University.

Ohio Northern University senior Lydia Smith holds a sanxian, a Chinese lute, in Presser Hall.

From left, junior Autumn Taylor and third-year pharmacy student Jaekyeong Choi build a gingerbread house. The Ohio Northern University Office of Multicultural Development hosted Multicultural Holiday Celebration at Affinity Commons.

Ohio Northern University senior Cathy Jenks is photographed in Wilson Art Building.

Ohio Northern University sophomore Stella DeWitt uses the weight room at Dial-Roberson Stadium.

Ohio Northern University students study for exams in Heterick Memorial Library.

Junior Jordan Weiser works with Phillip Zoladz, Ohio Northern University associate professor of psychology. Zoladz recently received a $418,620 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for the project “Stress, sex, and the generalization of fear.” The three-year project began Dec. 1 and will continue for three years. The project also includes co-investigator Boyd Rorabaugh, Ph.D., a professor of pharmacology and cell biology, who will assist Zoladz by quantifying hormone levels in participants.