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Giving Back and Being a Dedicated Scholar

Posted on March 15th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Alliance, Campus, Community, Involvement, Return on Investment, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Service, Value. Comments Off on Giving Back and Being a Dedicated Scholar

BY: Cheyanne Gonzales ’18

“What is an Investment Alliance Scholar?” This is a question I have been asked since beginning my college career nearly four years ago. While many people may know one of the 36 Investment Alliance Scholars, some …

Along for the Ride: Life as a Commuter

Posted on February 19th, by Abbey Schlanz in Campus, Community, Involvement, Uncategorized. Comments Off on Along for the Ride: Life as a Commuter

While most undergraduate students live on campus, Mount Union also has a fairly large number of commuters. A lot of students who live nearby question whether they should commute. It definitely saves money, but does it also cut down on …

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 …

Immerse Yourself in Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunities

by Rachel Brumenschenkel ’18, double-majoring in marketing and management

Doesn’t it seem like everyone—parents, professors, peers—is telling you to get involved on campus? Well, I, Rachel Brumenschenkel, am also going to tell you to get involved. Probably multiple times. I …


Here’s to all my Freshmen…

Posted on May 14th, by Lauren Reihl in Uncategorized. Comments Off on Here’s to all my Freshmen…

1. Stay on campus on the weekends.

  • You miss out on a lot by going home on the weekend. You may miss your family, your boyfriend from home or your puppy, but by staying on campus during the weekend you