Where Exceptional Begins

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 …


Mount Union’s Snapchat Game is Strong

Posted on July 30th, by Cody Rohaley in Campus, Social Media. Comments Off on Mount Union’s Snapchat Game is Strong

We have our own geofilter. That’s pretty cool.

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In case you don’t know what Snapchat is, it’s an app that allows users to send photos, videos, and texts that are viewable for a set amount of time. It enables you …

Welcome Back! What’s New in Alliance?

Posted on July 28th, by Brandon Lucas in Alliance, Campus, Community, Facilities. Comments Off on Welcome Back! What’s New in Alliance?

It’s that time of year again, moving back to college. A time for making new memories, moving into a new residence hall and taking new classes, but what else is new on campus and around the city of Alliance? A …


Packing Tips | What Every New Mount Union Student Needs

Posted on July 2nd, by Brandon Lucas in Campus, Residence Halls. Comments Off on Packing Tips | What Every New Mount Union Student Needs

Freshman year is a big step from high school to college. It is the first time you are on your own, new friends, new classes, it is a whole new world that is yours to conquer! But before you get …

Wildflowers Emerge at UMU Nature Center

Posted on April 14th, by Adam Zorn in Nature Center. Comments Off on Wildflowers Emerge at UMU Nature Center
Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

Hepatica blooms at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

Despite the lengthy spell of winter weather through the end of March this year, the area’s spring wildflowers are beginning to rise from the soil and open their blossoms. Cultivated flowers such as …

A Sneak Peak into the World of Advanced Public Relations

Posted on February 17th, by Jaime Eyssen in Academics, Classes, Hands-on Experience, Professors. Comments Off on A Sneak Peak into the World of Advanced Public Relations

The Advanced Public Relations course offered at Mount Union is a great class that helps students to understand what makes up the world of public relations. Advanced PR provides you with one of the most valuable lessons in college – …

Tim Bagnola: Future Walt Disney Imagineer

Posted on January 7th, by Tim Bagnola in Academics, Career Path. Comments Off on Tim Bagnola: Future Walt Disney Imagineer

I know what some of my readers are thinking: “why the heck did this guy write that he loves Disney? I mean, drums are awesome, and I LOVE comedies, but what the heck is this Disney thing about?” Well friends, …

Working at the CWOC: Friends & Consultants

Posted on January 7th, by Matt Gorman in Helpful Offices. Comments Off on Working at the CWOC: Friends & Consultants

Despite what most college students might think, we are not happily solely independent throughout our four-year career at school. We need money for groceries, weekend dinners, a trip to the movies and that semesterly-mailed piece of pesky paper called tuition. …

Time to Make a Major Decision (Pun Intended)

Posted on December 14th, by Tim Bagnola in Academics, Classes. Comments Off on Time to Make a Major Decision (Pun Intended)

One of the most stressful things about college is figuring out what one should study. This decision will impact a person for the rest of his life. He will have to take several courses in this field, work on countless …

Voices of the Game

Posted on October 25th, by Noah Hiles in Academics, Classes. Comments Off on Voices of the Game

For my entire life, I have always enjoyed two things more than anything else: sports and talking. Unfortunately, when I was about 13 years old, I was exposed to the harsh reality that I was not going to be a …