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Make a Difference That Matters; Get Informed on 2016 Presidential Election

Posted on February 27th, by Kristin Werstler in Community, Events. Comments Off on Make a Difference That Matters; Get Informed on 2016 Presidential Election

Across America, television screens flash Meet the Press, the longest-running broadcast in television history. Airing on NBC, Meet the Press is a program dedicated to providing insights and analysis into all aspects of politics. During such a controversial presidential …


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, …


Tips for Living in a Dorm for the First Time

Posted on February 26th, by Kristin Werstler in Campus, Residence Halls. Comments Off on Tips for Living in a Dorm for the First Time

Cardboard boxes and piles of clothes cluttered the dorm room, while plastic bins teetered haphazardly atop the wooden dressers. The Saturday that kicked off move-in weekend called for equal parts disorganization and anticipation. I looked around the 12 by 13-foot …


The 4 Best Ways to Make Your Essay Spectacular

Posted on February 25th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Finals, Studying. Comments Off on The 4 Best Ways to Make Your Essay Spectacular

by Megan Waterfield

Ah, a student’s favorite assignment—research papers, reflections, creative writing assignments, lab reports. Every college student has to do one of these probably, at least, twenty times during their college career, whether we like it or not, but …

Who Cares about Beethoven? (Part I)

Posted on February 23rd, by Maira Liliestedt in Academics, Professors. Comments Off on Who Cares about Beethoven? (Part I)

A few years ago, I presented a session to some prospective students. I was trying to explain why my field (Classical Music) is still relevant. Why it still matters. Why it’s not just for the elitist minds. Why it does …