Colleges Against Cancer: From Awareness to Action

According to the American Cancer Society, another 1,735,350 people will be diagnosed with cancer and Another 609,640 people will die from cancer in just the United States alone. These people can be parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, or people you would’ve gotten to meet in the future. For the undiagnosed, that is another family struggle to go through…

10 Classes at OU that may not be on your radar

Ohio University prides itself for diversity amidst a generally otherwise homogenous area. This we all know. But diverse classes are something that we often miss. Here are 10 wild classes that you probably didn’t know OU offered: Jokgu PAW 1114 This sport that originated in South Korea is a combination of volleyball and soccer. Typically…

OU students may be left without DACA after the deadline to renew has passed

Along with the release of President Trump’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program came his decision to allow those eligible to submit an application for renewal.  The stipulation, however, was that applications must be received by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) no later than October 5,…

For the love of cupcakes

My first meeting with Dr. Pittaway as my independent study advisor was like a spring thunderstorm: I waited forever for it to come and prepared as much as I possibly could, but when it hit, it knocked me off my feet. In our initial meeting Dr. Pittaway discussed deliverables with me (and I spent the…

For the love of cupcakes

Somewhere between buttercream icing and blissful dreams I realized I had no idea how to get a business off the ground. I continued with classes, work and small orders for a month or so and I made the decision to keep up with orders as long as they were in demand. The orders began to…