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Marketing Analytics: How to Prove Your Hunch

Posted on April 23rd, by Ryan Smith in Academics, Career Path, Classes, Finals, Professors. Comments Off on Marketing Analytics: How to Prove Your Hunch

By: Mike Sovak ’18

Marketing is a funny field of study. So much of it is based on the unquantifiable: people’s thoughts, opinions, and feelings towards a brand or product. Yet many marketing majors are asked to complete a small …

Financial Literacy Month Blog 3: Establishing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Posted on April 18th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Classes. Comments Off on Financial Literacy Month Blog 3: Establishing S.M.A.R.T. Goals

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ‘18 

Do you find yourself spending too much money on coffee or food? Would you like to start saving more of your paycheck? 

Establishing financial goals is one of the first steps you can take to create …

Financial Literacy Month: Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

Posted on April 11th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Classes, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Financial Literacy Month: Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ‘18

Would you like a brand new car? How are you going to finance this purchase? For the second blog post for Financial Literacy Month, I wanted to share strategies when looking into purchasing a car and …

Educating Campus During Financial Literacy Month

Posted on April 9th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Classes, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Educating Campus During Financial Literacy Month

by Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

On college campuses, the month of April can be a busy time of the year. Seniors are preparing to graduate, students are getting ready to take exams, and there are many on-campus events that wrap up …

Get Noticed with Merit Pages

by Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

I have been a student worker at the Office of Marketing for three years, and one of my duties is to work on Merit pages. Merit is a website used by universities and students to recognize …

Time Efficiency Tips from National Champions

Posted on March 27th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Athletics and Intramurals, Classes, Studying. Comments Off on Time Efficiency Tips from National Champions

BY: Mallory Glenn ’19

Mount Union Purple Raiders don’t just dominate on the football field. As you’ve probably already discovered, Mount Union recently earned national titles in track and field and wrestling.

The Mount Union men’s indoor track and field …


A Whole New World in Washington, D.C.

Posted on March 22nd, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Career Path, Classes, Hands-on Experience, Internships, Political Science, Value. Comments Off on A Whole New World in Washington, D.C.

By Jessica Calhoun ‘18, NSFIA major

It’s very scary to begin a new chapter in life, especially when you are unfamiliar with the territory. You are forced into a situation where you need to become familiar with how things operate …


Sharing the Love

Posted on February 12th, by University of Mount Union Students in Alumni Success, Classes, Involvement, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Sharing the Love

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18

What better day to celebrate what we love than Valentine’s Day? Many students fall in love with Mount Union when they step foot on campus. Some students also fall in love at Mount Union. I spoke …


President Trump’s War of Words

by Nick Kalis

Since President Donald Trump took office in January, his presidency has been nothing short of controversial. Everything from his use of social media to amplify tense situations, to publicly calling out international leaders has shown that President …

Those Who Ignore History Are Doomed to Repeat It

by Zach Kaplan

Following World War II, the United States had a very clear foreign policy: oppose anything that benefitted the Soviet Union and communism. This policy (which came to be known as containment) was easy to adopt because there …