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Friends, Here Come Finals!

Posted on April 28th, by Courtney Reese in Finals, Studying. Comments Off on Friends, Here Come Finals!

Finals are coming up, so what exactly does that mean? Chaos! …But it doesn’t have to. As long as you stay organized and calm, finals week won’t be as hectic as it’s made out to be. Here are a couple …

National Undergraduate Literature Conference

Posted on April 16th, by Amanda Cameron in Academics, Events, Return on Investment. Comments Off on National Undergraduate Literature Conference

Last week, I found myself watching the engine temperature of my truck quickly rise near the border of West Virginia and Pennsylvania. If my radiator didn’t blow, I was getting on a plane headed for Salt Lake City, Utah. Ten …

5 Ways To Be a Better Traveler

Posted on April 11th, by Ashley Sams in Study Abroad. Comments Off on 5 Ways To Be a Better Traveler

A few weeks ago, I embarked on my first solo journey to Italy to meet my mom, and it gave me the most incredible sense of empowerment. Granted it was only a bus ride, two flights and an overnight in …


Up ‘Til Dawn

Posted on April 3rd, by Ashley Rivera in Involvement, Student Organizations. Comments Off on Up ‘Til Dawn

Before I came to Mount Union, I never knew what St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital was. After joining Delta Sigma Tau I had the opportunity my sophomore year to visit St. Jude with a few of my sisters and a …

Why I Love Delta Sigma Tau

Posted on April 3rd, by Ashley Rivera in Involvement, Student Organizations. Comments Off on Why I Love Delta Sigma Tau

When I joined Delta Sigma Tau, I had 91 women standing in front of me with open arms. If I had to pick five things I love most about DST they would be:

1. Service: Dedicating my time to …

How I Became a Writing Major

Posted on April 3rd, by Amanda Cameron in Academics, Internships, Professors. Comments Off on How I Became a Writing Major

I wasn’t always a writing major. In fact, this is a record setting year in my college career – it’s the first time I managed to keep the same major for two consecutive semesters. I used to be a wanderer, …

Choosing Mount Union

Posted on April 2nd, by Jessica Finkler in Value. Comments Off on Choosing Mount Union

When I was in 8th grade, I thought choosing which high school to attend was one of the most in depth choices of my life. Oh was I wrong. Choosing where you will spend possibly the four+ most important years …

Favorite Class: Native American Literature

Posted on April 2nd, by Amanda Cameron in Academics, Classes, Professors. Comments Off on Favorite Class: Native American Literature

I am entering my last semester at Mount and I have made it through a lot of classes. When it comes to choosing my favorite, I would have to say that Native American literature, taught by Dr. Olin-Hitt, was …

So, Mom… What Would you say if I Wanted to Join a Sorority?

Posted on April 1st, by Lauren Reihl in Involvement, Student Organizations. Comments Off on So, Mom… What Would you say if I Wanted to Join a Sorority?

When I started college, the last thing on my mind was joining Greek life. It wasn’t that I had tunnel vision for a diploma and it wasn’t that I felt like I would be buying my friends… I just …