Where Exceptional Begins

Selling Tickets and Memories: Interning for the Monsters and Gladiators

By Matt Jones ’18

At the start of the spring semester, I woke up early in the morning to walk from a hotel in downtown Cleveland to Quicken Loans Arena. The Q was hosting the Mount Union Sports Sales Workshop, …

From Ohio to Yellowstone: Nick Hendershot’s Wilderness Rotation

By Nick Hendershot ’15, M ’17 

Yellowstone National Park is one of the largest national parks in the world, attracting more than 4 million visitors from all over the country to enjoy its wonders. While many experienced hikers travel to …

Internships…Just Say Yes

By Will Clay ’19

If I was a betting man, I would bet that very few of you have heard of the Oatey Company. Now, I challenge you to go take a walk around your house. Go on, do it! …

Internships Are a Major Key

What do you mean I have to write something longer than 140 characters? Fine. Alright, I’ll try it.

Hey there. I’m Cody Rohaley, a senior Marketing & Management major, and I do social media and outreach for the Alliance Country …

Summers at Mount Union: UMU Meets CLE


The City of Champions, The Land, CLE, the 2-1-6, however you say it, we all love Cleveland. Every day I help promote Cleveland businesses to the world such as the West Side Market, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, Corner Alley and …

Summers at Mount Union

By Rebecca Cooper ’18 

This summer, I don’t miss Mount Union. I have none of the sadness of leaving our second home for four months and I’m not wishing I could see Chapman’s beauty any given day. That’s because I

5 Reasons Why I Love Mount Union

The University of Mount Union has been my second home for the past three years and leaving in a year from now is going to be bittersweet. Despite the fact that these thoughts linger in the back of my head …


Every Little Girl Grows Up Wanting to Sell Metal, Right?!

By Katlin (Gainer) Biehl ’14

Okay, probably not… however, maybe by the end of this blog you will be inspired to consider things outside of your normal dreams. 

I am Katlin Biehl, and I graduated from the University of Mount


Accents, Starbucks, and a Love for Burgers; An International Perspective on Living in the U.S.

Posted on May 1st, by University of Mount Union Students in Alliance, Community, Food, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Accents, Starbucks, and a Love for Burgers; An International Perspective on Living in the U.S.

By Yuka Adachi ’17: Marketing and Human Resource Management


Own Your Accent and Name

It is hard for international students to not have accents. It is not just about if we can speak English or not. We just keep the …

The Implications with Russia from Recent U.S. Airstrikes on Syria

by Preston Myers ’20

On April 6, 2017, the United States had fired 59 missiles at a Syrian airfield that was said to be the place where the recent attacks of the chemical weapons had emerged from (Sengupta, Macfarquhar, & …