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November and December: Tips of the Iceberg


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TIPS OF THE ICEBERG IS AN OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY'S PUBLICATION CREATED FOR CURRENT STUDENTS. IT IS PUBLISHED THROUGHOUT THE ACADEMIC YEAR TO ENSURE THAT STUDENTS ARE AWARE OF THE SERVICES THAT WILL ENRICH THEIR ACADEMIC EXPERIENCES.

 

 

 

HELP, HEALTH AND HOLIDAYS
 

Where can I get a flu shot? >

You can stop by the on-campus ONU HealthWise Pharmacy anytime Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to receive your flu shot. The best time to come is Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m., because we have extra staff to ensure that your wait time is short. The pharmacy is located in the pharmacy building next to the Pierstorf Pharmacy Museum.

Other opportunities to get your flu shot:

  • Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, from 1-3 p.m. by Lehr and Dicke

What do I need to do?

  • It’s simple. Stop by the pharmacy or any of the flu clinics around campus. Fill out the patient consent form. And provide your prescription insurance card or information (RX bin, RX pcn, ID and group).

Have questions?

Need help getting to the airport as you return home for the holidays? >

If you need a ride to the airport this Thanksgiving, you’re in luck! Dave Dellifield, director of the McIntosh Center, shuttles students to and from the airport for the holidays. For more information, contact Dave at d-dellifield@onu.edu or call 419-772-2402. You can also find him at the Information Desk in McIntosh.
 

I’m looking for fun things to do in Ada  >

There are plenty of fun things happening in Ada, Ohio! Here are a few ideas we recommend:

  • Grab some friends and head over to Norada Lanes for a fun night of bowling.
  • Check out the factory where every NCAA and NFL football is made. Call 419-634-9901 to schedule a tour of Wilson Sporting Goods Co. today!
  • Gather your team of sports gurus and movie critics and stop by The Cask Room every Tuesday for trivia night.
  • Hungry for some eggs, toast and bacon? Tavern 101 has some of the best breakfast in town.
  • Explore the quaint antique shops and thrift stores along Main Street. You never know what you might find!
  • Did you know Viva Maria hosts live entertainment? Local musicians perform every Friday and Saturday night from 6-9 p.m. Or, stop by on Thursday nights to hear the ONU Jazz Ensemble from 8-10 p.m.
     

I need help with my résumé and professional portfolio >

Polar Careers, located in McIntosh room 220, offers a variety of services to help you prepare for your future success. Free resources and employees are available to answer your questions, help edit your résumé, print business cards and even create a LinkedIn account. Contact career@onu.edu for more information!

If you need a headshot for your professional portfolio, stop by the second floor of Lehr Memorial on Thursday, Nov. 8, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Photos are free, and walk-ins are welcome!
 

What jobs are available on campus? >

There’s a wide variety of student jobs available at ONU. Polar Careers provides detailed instructions on how to create a personal account, view the list of available opportunities and apply for on-campus jobs. You can find more information about student employment online or by email at career@onu.edu.
 

Finals are around the corner, and I’m feeling more stressed than normal >

The end of the semester can be an overwhelming time for everyone. If you’re feeling overly stressed, exhausted or anxious, licensed professionals at the ONU Counseling Center can help. Schedule a free appointment today and start building healthy habits for managing your mental health.
 

Peer to Peer – Spotlight on Personal Growth >

Zoe SchillingWhat is one unique experience you’ve had at ONU that has helped you grow?

In high school, I was a straight-A student. I graduated with a 4.3 GPA and was at the top of my class. I entered college with the mindset that it wouldn’t be ‘that hard’ and that A’s are the only acceptable letter to have on my transcript. Well, reality hit me hard. I cried. I was so stressed all the time. College is much more of a challenge than high school. My pharmacy class was made of students from all over who ALSO were top of their class. I received my first B in General Chemistry and almost had a mental breakdown. This experience actually helped change me for the better. Grades do not determine your self-worth. Learning the knowledge that is applicable to your future profession is what matters. I no longer study to memorize and receive the A on my report card, but rather I study because I enjoy learning the material that will prepare me for a successful future.” - Zoe Schilling, pharmacy major
 

Special Meals in the Dining Hall >

  • Thanksgiving Dinner: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, from 4:30-7 p.m. in McIntosh
  • Holiday Dinner: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, from 4:30-7 p.m. in McIntosh

Please see the Dining Services webpage for future special meal dates.