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Guest directing will be Matt Simplins, BFA '03, a New York City-based directory/choreographer, photographer, filmmaker and union…
Jason Duff, BSBA ’05, is a forward-thinking entrepreneur who focuses on what is possible, not what is.
As the elecrtrical vehicle trend continues to gain speed, ONU's eight EV charging stations are conveniently available.
An engineering capstone project with Wauseon Machine & Manufacturing last year checked all the boxes.
ICAPP Fellows Kennedy Aikey and Hailey Trimpey use a Gen-Z lens to examine impactful political topics.
Dr. Bretz will begin as dean on June 19. "Championing the diverse voices and dreams of the students will be my privilege," she says.
"For me, access to higher education remains pivotal to everyone's personal success as well as societal success," President Baumann…
Chrysania Goldy is a promising young writer who draws creative inspiration from the world around her.
The April 12 ceremony will coincide with Founders Day and be celebrated with additional campus activities throughout the week.
ONU Steel Band finds its groove
The festival will present two readings and conversation about Denmo Ibrahim's new play, "Kal and Dija Save the World."
According to the International Dark-Sky Association, Dr. Bryan Boulanger's efforts have led to 11.7 million acres of designated dark…