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The Best Things to Know When Applying for Scholarships

Posted on May 2nd, by University of Mount Union Staff in Scholarships and Financial Aid, Value. Comments Off on The Best Things to Know When Applying for Scholarships

by: Angela Duraine, Financial Aid Representative at UMU

Do you want free money to help you pay for college? Outside scholarships are a great way to get help paying for school and the best part about them? They don’t have …


The Vegetarian Diaries Vol. V: Top 3 Objections to Veganism and Why They Are Misguided

Posted on April 27th, by Adam Infantino in Campus, Food. Comments Off on The Vegetarian Diaries Vol. V: Top 3 Objections to Veganism and Why They Are Misguided

The Grand Journey to Veganism 

So as the titles of these blog posts would imply, I am a vegetarian and not entirely a vegan (yet). But recently I have been cooking and eating as vegan as possible. That is to …

Who Was Prince?

Posted on April 22nd, by James Perone in Expert Voices, Professors, Research. Comments Off on Who Was Prince?

Who Was Prince?

James Perone, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the Faculty and the Margaret Morgan Ramsey Professor in Music at the University of Mount Union, is the author of “The Words and Music of Prince” as part of the Praeger


The Vegetarian Diaries, Vol. IV: Potato Black Bean Tacos

Posted on April 14th, by Adam Infantino in Campus, Food. Comments Off on The Vegetarian Diaries, Vol. IV: Potato Black Bean Tacos

Who doesn’t like tacos? They’re easy to make, don’t require a lot of ingredients, and super delicious! I’m particularly fond of this recipe because it’s super minimalist; only 5 ingredients!! I’m partial to recipes that don’t require a lot of …


Ways to Avoid (and Lose) the Freshman Fifteen

Posted on April 9th, by Kristin Werstler in Facilities, Food, Helpful Offices. Comments Off on Ways to Avoid (and Lose) the Freshman Fifteen

It happens to the best of us. Even when we come to college with those oh-so-good intentions of using the workout center and eating clean at the glorious salad bar in the dining hall, so many of us loose track …

How to travel with 25+ Girls

Posted on April 5th, by Alex Camp in Study Abroad. Comments Off on How to travel with 25+ Girls

Mount Lax takes on Puerto Rico
Spring Break 2016
Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 9.28.37 AMIt’s 2:30 AM in Alliance, OH as we load up the vans with our matching purple lacrosse backpacks and clip on our team fanny packs (Yes, we have those.) to depart …

Feeding an English Major’s Wanderlust at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention

Posted on April 4th, by Kristin Werstler in Hands-on Experience. Comments Off on Feeding an English Major’s Wanderlust at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention

I gazed out to constellations of bright lights scattered across downtown Minneapolis. I managed to get a hotel room on the 24th floor, and as the sun set the city retaliated by creating it’s own bright light, which gave

Lighting the Way With Music

Posted on March 31st, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Alumni Success, Career Path, Research, Return on Investment. Comments Off on Lighting the Way With Music

By: Alicia (Bousner) Hrubey ’10, M.M.

The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry. – from To A Mouse by Robert Burns

This post is about MUSIC THERAPY. Don’t know what music therapy is? Check out …


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 …