Where Exceptional Begins

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 …

#MountUnion Student Makes it to the Olympics!

Posted on February 22nd, by University of Mount Union Students in Athletics and Intramurals, Career Path, Hands-on Experience, Internships, Value. Comments Off on #MountUnion Student Makes it to the Olympics!

Aloha! My name is Kelani Nuckols and I am a junior in the exercise science program here at Mount Union.

The number one question I get is, where is the name Kelani from? And I bet you probably questioned my …


4 Summer Study Abroad Opportunities with #MountUnion Professors

Posted on February 22nd, by Kristin Werstler in Professors, Study Abroad. Comments Off on 4 Summer Study Abroad Opportunities with #MountUnion Professors

The homepage of USAC’s (University Studies Abroad Consortium) website features a picture of Mount Union alum Maya Brown ‘15. She is smiling while standing on a bridge strung together with thick rope, surrounded by luscious green trees in Accra, Ghana. …


How everyone is wrong: Analyzing 2016 Super Bowl commercials the right way.

Posted on February 11th, by Joel Evans in Professors. Comments Off on How everyone is wrong: Analyzing 2016 Super Bowl commercials the right way.

When Googling the “best 5 super bowl commercials” you will find one thing in common. The results. are. all. different.

Obviously, there is only one “best” (unless you are my four-year-old daughter who will top you with …


Observing an Early Spring

Posted on February 8th, by Adam Zorn in Nature Center. Comments Off on Observing an Early Spring

The weather of the winter of 2015-16 as been undeniably odd.  Honestly, I use the term “winter” loosely at this point. The majority of people would probably agree that winter encompasses the months of December, January, and February. Winter officially …