Where Exceptional Begins

Again with the emails…

by Ethan McComb (Political Science)

We are less than a week out from the election and yet we have another email “crisis” on our hands. An FBI investigation into former Congressman Anthony Weiner for sexually propositioning a minor has uncovered …

Why You Should Hire Fraternity and Sorority Members

Numerous times, people have told me to not put my fraternity experience on my resume. They say it only brings to mind the negative stereotypes associated with these communities and makes you less desirable, but I beg to differ. As …

Crisis of Democracy

by Jack DeSario, PSIS

The 2016 elections have been characterized as, potentially, being transformative by a number of analysts. Clearly, the 2016 elections will determine which party controls the executive and legislative branches of our government. Democrats need to win …

Feeding Stomachs to Feed Minds

by Rebecca Cooper ’18, double-majoring in math and accounting

On October 14, I, alongside fellow Mount Union students Brianna Boehlke, Chris DiRando, Corbin Hershberger, and Brianna Whittaker, attended the second annual Propel Ohio Collegiate Leadership Summit. The purpose of this …

A Cold War Reheating

by Kyle Shepard, national security and foreign intelligence analysis major 

Around this time in 2012, Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, warned the United States that Russia would be the nation’s “number-one geopolitical foe.” Despite being subject to jokes and critiques, …

What is entrepreneurship, really?

By: John Myers, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the University of Mount Union

At its core entrepreneurship is seeing, identifying, defining, and solving a problem. That’s it. Sounds pretty simple doesn’t it?

When you step back and take a look at some …

Pacifist Republicans and trigger happy Democrats…

by Dr. Michael Grossman, PSIS

This presidential election is without a doubt surprising and, for many, disappointing.  But when one moves beyond the terrible rhetoric and accusations that have made both candidates unappealing to a majority of Americans[1], …

Before, During and After the Interview: The Diary of an Internship Expert Part Two

As the job market grows more and more competitive, internships are becoming a very valuable asset to any resume. Many employers want potential applicants to have a few years of experience before they’ll hire them, and internships are a great

Food Waste in a World with Cafeteria Trays

By:  Sophie Ramsey, Green Raider

Everybody loves a good buffet. When we get out of class, it’s natural to feel giddy about the many options AVI has to offer. Sandwich? Might as well. Homestyle station has cheesy potatoes? Let’s go. …

A Tale of “Big Kid” Beginnings: The Diary of an Internship Expert Part One

As the job market grows more and more competitive, internships are becoming a very valuable asset to any resume. Many employers want potential applicants to have a few years of experience before they’ll hire them, and internships are a great