Dan Goswick ‘15

Dan Goswick ‘15

Major: Marketing
Hometown:Amherst, Ohio

The students definitely set Mount Union apart from other colleges and universities. It was something I noticed the first time I was on campus, how inherently nice everyone was by doing the littlest things

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Class of 2013 Reports Success in Search for Jobs

August 29, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio – The recently released results of the University of Mount Union’s 2013 First Destination Report revealed that the institution is not only where exceptional begins, but where it continues post-graduation.

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Director of Bands Brings Back Drum Major

August 28, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio – Dr. Otis French, the new Director of Bands at the University of Mount Union, is bringing the drum major position to the university’s marching band beginning with the 2014-2015 marching season.

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Running Toward Success

August 27, 2014

Financial mathematics major Chase Swisher ’15 is running toward success, both on and off the track.

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Alumnus Launches beefjockey.com

August 26, 2014

You can find anything on Craigslist – even cows. But Andrew Ruffing ’13, of Republic, Ohio, decided that there was a better way. While enrolled as a student in Mount Union’s entrepreneurship program, he discovered that Craigslist was being used to sell livestock and became inspired to start his own business.

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Students Participate in Matriculation Convocation

August 25, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio — New freshmen at the University of Mount Union participated in a long-standing tradition on Sunday as the University community officially welcomed the Class of 2018 to campus during the annual Matriculation Convocation ceremony.

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Mount Union Alumni Continue Giving Back

August 22, 2014

Many students engage in community service while at Mount Union, but some students go above and beyond by traveling to a third world country to help the less fortunate.

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Faculty Recital to Take Place at Mount Union

August 21, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio— Dr. Elaine Anderson, professor of music, and Janelle Penn Phinney, will hold a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 26 in Presser Recital Hall.

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Students Attend Entrepreneurship Immersion Week

August 21, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio— Five students traveled to The University of Akron to represent the University of Mount Union during Entrepreneurship Immersion Week this summer.

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Gieses Named Citizens of the Year

August 15, 2014

Saturday's festivities kicked off bright and early at the annual Community Breakfast held at the University of Mount Union as four Alliance citizens were awarded some of the community's top honors.Vince Kehres presented the Grand Parade Marshal Award to former University of Mount Union head football coach Larry Kehres. Kehres led the Raiders in 27 seasons, accruing 332 wins, 24 losses and three ties and giving Kehres the highest winning percentage in the history of college football.Vince Kehres called Larry Kehres' contributions to his community and the University of Mount Union "tremendous.""His contributions are largely subtle, but that's how he prefers it," said Vince.The Favazzo-Jeswald Founders Award was presented by Ben Favazzo, the son of Carnation Festival founder Ben Favazzor Sr. The award was given to John Gross for his "unselfish contribution" to the Carnation Festival.Gross began his career as an FBI agent, eventually becoming a member of the Secret Service. In 2011, he was appointed as Alliance's Safety Service Director. During the Carnation Festival, Gross gives tours of the Alliance City Cemetery. He plans to retire from that duty after 2014."I think I've done too much in my life," said Gross upon receiving the award. "I've got to look in the dictionary and find out what retirement really means."Mayor Alan Andreani introduced the Citizen of the Year Award, which is presented to an Alliance resident with a "long history of service" to the community. This year, the award was given to both Richard and Sandra Giese for "further advancing an already strong university," the University of Mount Union."They have truly walked the walk," said Andreani.Sandra Giese called being named Citizen of the Year "quite a surprise.""It was an honor for us to come here the first time, and it was even more of an honor to come back the second time," said Richard Giese of the city of Alliance.Andreani then read and presented proclamations from Governor Kasich and Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor to the Gieses, Larry Kehres and John Gross congratulating them on their awards. Sue Grove also accepted a proclamation on behalf of the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival.Event co-chairperson Missy Miller introduced keynote speaker Tana Carli Dimino. Dimino is an Alliance native and graduate of Marlington High School and the University of Akron. She was crowned Miss Ohio in 1980 and was runner-up to Miss America.Dimino also made history as the first full-time, female 6 and 11 news anchor in Cleveland."I can't begin to tell you what an honor it is for me to be here today," said Dimino. "No matter where I am, and no matter where I go, I am always so proud to say Alliance is my home."Dimino credited her successes to the opportunities presented to her growing up in the Carnation City, especially during her dance lessons at the Bill Cassady Dance Studio."You really can get anywhere you want to go from Alliance, Ohio, the home of the scarlet carnation," Dimino added.The Community Breakfast was co-chaired by Miller and Paula Foster. Charter One Bank sponsored the event.

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Center for Student Success to Receive Award

August 14, 2014

ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union has been selected to share in the 2014 Academic Affairs Awards presented by The Washington Center. Three universities, two college administrators, one state system and a non-profit organization will participate.

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