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10 Things NOT to Do on Your First Day of College

So, you got in, you accepted the offer, you went to Target with your mom and bought the shower caddy, the desk organizer, the fresh sheets, maybe even a new pair of jeans or two. You’re moved in, you have …

Who’s Fatter and More Unhealthy?

Posted on July 6th, by Ron Mendel in Classes, Professors, Study Abroad. 1 Comment

Hi, all! I am writing my first blog post while teaching abroad at the University College Cork (UCC) in Cork, Ireland with a five-week summer USAC program. I have taken a course entitled “The Culture, Cost and Politics of

Not All Criminal Justice Majors Want to Be Police Officers

Posted on May 9th, by University of Mount Union Students in Career Path, Classes, Hands-on Experience, Internships. Comments Off on Not All Criminal Justice Majors Want to Be Police Officers

By: Alexis Gram ’16

My junior year of high school, I attended a CSI Camp at Waynesburg University in Pennsylvania, and from that moment forward I knew I wanted to work within the criminal justice system. I have always had …

Why AMA is Not Just for Marketing Majors

Posted on March 30th, by Adam Infantino in Academics, Career Path, Classes, Hands-on Experience, Involvement, Return on Investment, Student Organizations, Value. Comments Off on Why AMA is Not Just for Marketing Majors

AMA NOLA

Every year around the time of St. Patrick’s Day, the national organization American Marketing Association puts on a large conference in New Orleans. It is held at the Sheraton Hotel on Canal Street, which is about a hundred feet away …

Leading Through the Wilderness

Posted on March 29th, by University of Mount Union Students in Alumni Success, Classes, Hands-on Experience, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Leading Through the Wilderness

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By Laura Klingler ’03

I have the unique privilege of remaining connected to Mount Union in a very special way. I’ve been an alumni leader for the Mount Union Wilderness Experience every summer since 2008. This experience has allowed me …

From a Dutch Classroom to Laser-Tag and Luging

Posted on March 1st, by University of Mount Union Students in Classes, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on From a Dutch Classroom to Laser-Tag and Luging

AT trip to Europe day 2: visit to Zuyd Hogeschool, laser tag in the caves, luge

Hello! My name is Alexia Paxos and I am a junior in the athletic training program at Mount Union. This was …


Athletic Training Students Set Sail For Europe

Posted on February 26th, by University of Mount Union Faculty in Classes, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Athletic Training Students Set Sail For Europe

Early this Friday morning, the director of athletic training education at the University of Mount Union, Dr. Morgan Bagley, and 6 of her students will begin their journey from Cleveland, Ohio to Brussels, Belgium for a 10-day excursion featuring sight-seeing, …


Randy Kinietz: Future Nurse Anesthetist

Posted on November 24th, by University of Mount Union Students in Career Path, Classes, Value. Comments Off on Randy Kinietz: Future Nurse Anesthetist

Hi, my name is Randy Kinietz and I am a sophomore nursing major here at Mount. I’m also a member of the men’s basketball team, a student tutor, and a member of Sophomore Service Honorary.

I knew that I wanted …


Miami Dolphins Intern, Mason Minnich on Periscope

Posted on November 20th, by University of Mount Union Students in Classes, Hands-on Experience, Internships. Comments Off on Miami Dolphins Intern, Mason Minnich on Periscope

My name is Mason Minnich from Ashland, Ohio. My major at the University of Mount Union is Sport Business with a minor in Entrepreneurship. I was fortunate enough to be able to work as an Intern in the Business offices

Choir Passion Deepens in Austria

Posted on November 19th, by University of Mount Union Students in Classes, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Choir Passion Deepens in Austria

My name is Erin Bell and I am a senior, majoring in neuroscience and double minoring in music and business administration. I keep the music aspect of my college life thriving by maintaining my music scholarship and taking weekly voice …