Where Exceptional Begins

Celebrating the Contributions of Women to Public Service and Government

Posted on March 7th, by Jamie Capuzza in Expert Voices, Professors. Comments Off on Celebrating the Contributions of Women to Public Service and Government

Happy National Women’s History Month! When I first started working at Mount Union almost 25 years ago, the college didn’t officially celebrate NWHM. I remember contacting a few women professional staff members and faculty to see if there would be …

European Experience of a Lifetime for AT Students

Posted on March 7th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on European Experience of a Lifetime for AT Students

AT trip through Europe, overall experience

Hello, my name is Mike Cintron. I am a level III athletic training student at the University of Mount Union. I had the great privilege and opportunity to go overseas to Germany, Belgium and …


The Vegetarian Diaries, Vol. III: PB&J Overnight Oats

Posted on March 7th, by Adam Infantino in Food. Comments Off on The Vegetarian Diaries, Vol. III: PB&J Overnight Oats

Oats are my favorite. This recipe is super easy, super healthy, and only has 4 ingredients! How’s that for minimalist?! In case you needed another outlet for eating PB&J, this is it. One of my biggest things recently in my


Who Cares about Beethoven? (Part II)

Posted on March 7th, by Maira Liliestedt in Academics, Professors. Comments Off on Who Cares about Beethoven? (Part II)

Nineteenth-century composer Robert Schumann is perhaps the quintessential Romantic composer. He had a wife, Clara, who loved him, championed his piano music, and, by the way, happened to be one of the most formidable concert pianists of the century (as …

Bike-Riding Through Amsterdam

Posted on March 7th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Bike-Riding Through Amsterdam

AT trip to Europe days 5–6: Amsterdam, Regks museum, Gunther von Hagens Bodies World: The Happiness Project

Hello, my name is Cody Herman and I am a junior in the Athletic Training Program at Mount Union. During out time in …


How Lucky Are We to Have This Experience?

Posted on March 3rd, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on How Lucky Are We to Have This Experience?

AT trip to Europe days 3–4: visit to WWII cemetery, Maastricht, ultrasound diagnostics, Lindt Chocolate Factory

Hi everyone, my name is Mary Claire Chester and I am a sophomore in the athletic training program at the University of Mount


From a Dutch Classroom to Laser-Tag and Luging

Posted on March 1st, by University of Mount Union Students in Classes, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on From a Dutch Classroom to Laser-Tag and Luging

AT trip to Europe day 2: visit to Zuyd Hogeschool, laser tag in the caves, luge

Hello! My name is Alexia Paxos and I am a junior in the athletic training program at Mount Union. This was …


Dutch Futbol Match Inspires Career Path for Nathan Tirabassi ’17

Posted on February 29th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Career Path, Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Dutch Futbol Match Inspires Career Path for Nathan Tirabassi ’17

Athletic Training Trip to Europe Day 2: Soccer Match

Hello, everyone, my name is Nathan Tirabassi. I am a junior in the Athletic Training Program. I am also a member of the men’s soccer team. With that being said, it …


AT Students Arrive Safely in Brussels for Atomium Structure & Waffles

Posted on February 27th, by University of Mount Union Students in Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on AT Students Arrive Safely in Brussels for Atomium Structure & Waffles

Hello! My name is Sabrina Salupo and I am a sophomore athletic training student at the University of Mount Union. As athletic training students, we are used to being on our feet for several hours and are usually busy running …


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 …