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From the Blog

Wondering what it's really like to be at The University of Findlay? Follow our bloggers and read—and sometimes listen and watch—their experiences. Real Oilers. Real stories. Real life.

Just Draw!

I have discovered a funny artist paradox. I don’t like to have my technique and subject matter decided for me, which happens a lot...

The Time Has Come

Saying this semester and year was rough is probably an understatement. Junior year is definitely the hardest year as a Pre-Veterinary student at the...

Applause for the Gringo

I’ll start this post of with saying that this past weekend I saw one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen (other...

A Semester of Planning for Two Hours of Entertainment

For as long as I have been a student, and I’m sure long before, the UF English equestrian program has put on a dressage...

Making Scents of College

I am lucky that not all of my days smell so powerfully. I have a sensitive nose. Despite the horrid nature of that adhering...

International Night!

This past Friday was UF’s International Night. It’s the best campus event – you get to learn about other cultures directly from international Findlay students...

My Gosh… I Think I’ve Finally Got It!

I am happy to announce that one week has passed and I have NOT been lost (hold applause please). You know the proud feeling a...

Klutz Meets Karee

This past Friday we had another Japanese get-together party. It wasn’t exactly a party, but every time we are together we make it a...

Preparing & Pranking

Preparations for my Japan trip are never ceasing – meeting weekly with awesome language and culture tutors, eating simply-to-go meals with chopsticks, running daily through Japanese...

Staring at Trees (Again)

There’s a song from the musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers called “Spring, Spring, Spring,” which is understandably stuck in my head. I’ve never...

I Finally Found My Chill…Literally

After a wild couple of weeks here in Argentina, it was time to get away and celebrate Semana Santa. I needed a break from...

Too soon to say goodbye!

On Thursday, Aimi, Hitomi and Junya boarded their plane to head back to Japan and their normal lives. We had a sad farewell on...

My FINAL Spring Break

Many students fly to tropical locations to party their spring breaks away. There’s really nothing wrong with that, but I took an alternative spring...

The HI Life: Swimming

I enjoyed everything about being on the swim team except for the swimming. I like breathing too much. However, I do miss cheering for...

Oh, the places they grow…

By far my most favorite class this semester is microbiology! It’s a lump sum of biology, biochemistry, genetics and probably a little more as...