Emily Nguyen dropped by Finlandia Fridays this week to share her experiences as a student ambassador.
Nguyen is a junior studying criminal justice as FinnU. Hailing from Chino Hills, California, Nguyen stumbled upon FinnU when she was contacted to join the Finlandia Lions NCAA Division III softball team. With many successes within the past three years, the Lions look to continue the success setting their sights on a bid at the national tournament berth.
Each Sunday this semester Visiting Campus Pastor Father Corbin Eddy has hosted a special event at Campus of St. Matthew for students and employees interested in celebrating human spirituality. This week will focus on deaf FBI investigator Sue Thomas.
Sue Thomas Celebration of Spirit
Sunday, February 24, 2019
Chapel of St. Matthew
Sue Thomas was born on May 24, 1950 in Boardman, Ohio. She is an American woman who became the first deaf person to be employed as an active investigator with the FBI.
Each semester there comes a time when students have to begin thinking about the next semester. So what does this registration time hold for you? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
March 1: Finalized schedules for Summer & Fall 2019 will be available online at finlandia.edu/register. Updated PINs will be available for students from their advisors.
March 4: Advising week begins. Students should be meeting with their advisors to set up their schedules.
March 20: Registration is opened for students with 60+ earned [...]
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Hancock is set to host the annual Soup and Salad Lunch as well as the silent auction fundraiser for this year’s Service and Learning in Tanzania experience for Finlandia University students.
“While a three-week experience of serving and learning in Tanzania is priceless, the actual cost of $3,000 is not always affordable for students,” said Dr. René Johnson, Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy and Director of Servant Leadership. “Students are responsible for $2,000 [...]
Most people will admit that dating is hard, and dating in college is even harder, at least for some. Nowadays, dating apps are prevalent in college dating culture. Resident single ladies and hosts Monica Freeman and Gina Geliche decided to see if dating apps were truly worth the hype by creating profiles.
Freeman starts the podcast off by mentioning how the idea initially came about. After recording the previous episode, Freeman and Geliche were discussing what the next podcast should be [...]
Female students with at least a 3.0 GPA are invited to apply to live in the Servant Leadership House next school year. The Servant Leadership House is a unique living and learning community for female students who are committed to personal growth and servant leadership as a means of building a vibrant and caring community. Hear from two of the current leadership house occupants as they discuss the benefits and experience living in the house here.
This Week in Finlandia Athletics will be live at Econo Foods on Thursday, February 21 at noon. Host Rick Allen will welcome guests from the baseball and softball and more, as we preview the Lions spring sports schedule and recap the winter season. There will be games, giveaways and plenty of laughs as fans are invited to come out and meet coaches and players.
Finlandia Fridays is feeling the love this week. Dubbed “Fin-LOVE-dia” Fridays for the Valentine’s Day special, students Tyler Kangas and Zuleiki Wight visited to share their “Fin-LOVE-dia” story.
Kangas is a senior nursing student from Manistique. Captain of the football team, Kangas is also a resident assistant (RA). Originally starting his college career at Northern Michigan, Kangas heard of FinnU’s nursing program and the new football team, which led to his transfer. Being a part of the [...]