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Category: Involvement

Utilizing Skills and Interests to Help Students Through DWOC Studio

Posted on November 13th, by University of Mount Union in Finals, Hands-on Experience, Helpful Offices. Comments Off on Utilizing Skills and Interests to Help Students Through DWOC Studio

Hi, Raiders. My name is Tyler Moore and my experience at the DWOC Studio began two years ago. My first semester here at Mount, a professor recommended me to be a consultant, but it took another year for me to


Semester Abroad in Italy: Spring 2015

Posted on November 9th, by University of Mount Union in Study Abroad. Comments Off on Semester Abroad in Italy: Spring 2015

Semester Abroad in Italy: Spring 2015 by Kyle Fink

Everyone knows about the wonderful components of studying abroad, the awesome food, wine, friendships, and, of course, killer Instagram pictures! But few people realize the hardships that come along with this …


The Best Summer Internship – In England

Posted on November 8th, by University of Mount Union in Internships, Study Abroad. Comments Off on The Best Summer Internship – In England

The Best Summer Internship – In England by John Sopko

My name is John Sopko and I am senior here at the University of Mount Union. This past summer I had the amazing opportunity of interning abroad in London, England …


Learning Through Teaching at the DWOC Studio

Posted on November 6th, by University of Mount Union in Career Path, Hands-on Experience, Helpful Offices. Comments Off on Learning Through Teaching at the DWOC Studio

Learning Through Teaching at the DWOC Studio by Kayla Ashdown

Hello, fellow Raiders! My name is Kayla Ashdown and I am a junior, early childhood education major here at the University of Mount Union.

Every day, I am reminded of …


From Transfer Student to Student Senate President

Posted on November 5th, by University of Mount Union in Career Path, Student Organizations. Comments Off on From Transfer Student to Student Senate President

My name is Daria Chalupa and I am a fourth-year student at the Univeristy of Mount Union! I am an exercise science and German double major with a minor in gender studies. Currently, my plans for after undergrad include law …


Study Abroad in Thailand, by Chad Bosel

Posted on November 4th, by University of Mount Union in Study Abroad. Comments Off on Study Abroad in Thailand, by Chad Bosel

My name’s Chad Bosel and I’m a junior here at the University of Mount Union. Two summers ago I studied abroad in Chiang Mai, Thailand for a summer session of about six weeks.

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I ultimately decided to study in Chiang …


How I Survived in China

Posted on November 2nd, by Adam Infantino in Study Abroad. Comments Off on How I Survived in China

Hello all. Let me start this with saying that the title is sort of misleading. Surviving in China is very easy. It’s not nearly as scary in China/Asia as most American television shows make it out to be. Anyway, I


October Photo Challenge

Posted on September 28th, by Adam Infantino in Campus, Social Media. Comments Off on October Photo Challenge

Howdy howdy howdy Raiders!

My name is Adam Infantino, and I work for the Mount Union Social Team. This October we’re doing this super cool Instagram campaign. It involves you guys taking pictures (*GASP*) for different categories that will be …


#myUMUhome contest

Posted on September 11th, by Justin Lepley in Residence Halls, Social Media. Comments Off on #myUMUhome contest

Hey guys my name is Justin Lepley and I’m a part of the UMU Social Team! We are all excited for this year and can’t wait to bring you guys some cool social campaigns. The first one of the year …


Everybody Wins! Why Students Should Be Using Merit!

Posted on August 12th, by Brandon Lucas in Career Path, Social Media. Comments Off on Everybody Wins! Why Students Should Be Using Merit!

Having a resume or a LinkedIn page can be a little scary. How do I format my resume? What is the best way to fit everything? How do I make it look professional and neat? Most of all, I don’t …