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ONU indoor track and field teams host canned food drive as part of Joe Banks Invitational

By Andrew Korba

The Ohio Northern men's and women's indoor track & field teams will host a canned food drive during the Joe Banks Invitiational on Saturday at the ONU Sports Center.

Collection boxes will be set up inside and outside of the fieldhouse. Suggested items include canned fruit, soups, pasta, rice, cereal and baking items.

Ohio Northern is one of 11 teams that will be participating in the meet this weekend.

Field events begin at 11 am and running events will begin at noon.

For more information on the Joe Banks Invitational, click here. 

ONU College of Law Dean’s Lecture Series to focus on ‘The Citizen Lawyer in the Coming Era’

 

Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law presents Kevin P. Lee, professor of law at Campbell University School of Law, as part of its Dean’s Lecture Series in the Moot Court Room on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 4:20 p.m.

The title of Lee’s presentation is “The Citizen Lawyer in the Coming Era: How Technology is Changing the Practice of Law and What it Might Mean for the Future of the Lawyer’s Role in the American Democracy.”

Women's basketball moves up to no. 6 in D3hoops.com com poll; No. 7 in USA Today sports coaches poll

 

       
By Andrew Korba

The Ohio Northern women's basketball team moved up to a season high ranking of No. 6 in the ninth weekly D3hoops.com poll and a season best No. 7 in the USA Today Sports Division III Top 25 Coaches poll.

The Polar Bears received 475 votes in the D3hoops.com poll, which was 34 more than they received in last weeks poll.

DePauw (Ind.) stayed at the top of the poll with 623 points and 23 of the 25 first place votes, Calvin (Mich) is ranked second with 593 points and the two remaining first place votes and Hope (Mich.) is third with 548 points.

Ada First United Methodist Church set to rebuild on historic site

Ada First United Methodist Church's congregation has decided to rebuild on its historic site in downtown Ada at the corner of North Main and Highland streets. 

The congregation has worshipped in Ada for more than 150 years, but lost its 113-year-old landmark church to a devastating fire in March 2012. The church has taken this time to reflect on and examine its mission and goals for the future.

Previte guest speaker to Bluffton Lions - talks about Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act

Ada resident Peter Previte was guest speaker at the Bluffton Lions Club earlier this month. Previte provided a brief history of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

He also addressed the evolution of laws to make food, drugs and cosmetics safer, as he reviewed the years of patent medicine that contained alcohol, narcotics and similar ingredients.

Previte told the Bluffton audience about the many regulative laws enacted by Congress over the years and the affect each has had on the country. One of those laws mentioned resulted in a major improvement in product labeling and information.

ONU indoor track-field team hosts Saturday food drive

The Ohio Northern men's and women's indoor track & field teams will host a canned food drive during the Joe Banks Invitiational on Saturday at the ONU Sports Center.

Collection boxes will be set up inside and outside of the fieldhouse. Suggested items include canned fruit, soups, pasta, rice, cereal and baking items. Ohio Northern is one of 11 teams that will be participating in the meet this weekend. Field events begin at 11 am and running events will begin at noon.

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