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Volleyball Team Awarded RSC Women's Team of Character

Published: July 11, 2022

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The Ohio Christian University (OCU) volleyball team was selected as the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) River States Conference (RSC) Women's Team of Character Award winner for 2021-22. The Trailblazers' volleyball team was chosen after a vote from the RSC Champions of Character Committee.  The RSC Team of Character awards honor one men's and one women's team each year for their exemplary character and sportsmanship on the field, on campus and in the community. Teams are selected by demonstrating the NAIA's five core character values of
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The Ohio Christian University (OCU) volleyball team was selected as the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) River States Conference (RSC) Women's Team of Character Award winner for 2021-22. The Trailblazers' volleyball team was chosen after a vote from the RSC Champions of Character Committee.  The RSC Team of Character awards honor one men's and one
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The Ohio Christian University (OCU) volleyball team was selected as the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) River States Conference (RSC) Women's Team of

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More than 700 OCU Students Pay It Forward

More than 700 OCU Students Pay It Forward image

Published: October 15, 2015

More than 700 Ohio Christian University students paid it forward by serving the local church and community last week during OCU’s annual Church Service Day. Student teams assisted with landscaping, painting, cleaning, organizing, and general maintenance projects at 44 locations in Pickaway County and the surrounding areas including the Ted Lewis Museum, the Pickaway County Welcome Center, Crossroads Church, First Baptist Church, and Heritage Nazarene Church.  At Ohio Christian University, we make paying it forward to the community a priority. The local church and community has been
More than 700 Ohio Christian University students paid it forward by serving the local church and community last week during OCU’s annual Church Service Day. Student teams assisted with landscaping, painting, cleaning, organizing, and general maintenance projects at 44 locations in Pickaway County and the surrounding areas including the Ted Lewis Museum, the Pickaway County Welcome Center,
More than 700 Ohio Christian University students paid it forward by serving the local church and community last week during OCU’s annual Church Service Day. Student teams assisted with landscaping
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OCU Student Taking Action Against Trafficking

OCU Student Taking Action Against Trafficking image

Published: September 2, 2015

Passion without action is useless, particularly when trying to fight back locally against human trafficking in the sex trade. That was the message Circleville native and recent Ohio Christian University graduate Natasha Hudnell conveyed Tuesday to U.S. Sen. Rob Portman and a roundtable of college leaders, area economic development officials and representatives of local governments conducted by Portman on the OCU campus. Hudnell, 22, working with the blessing of OCU President Mark Smith, has been leading the charge to energize the student body to help put a stop to trafficking in
Passion without action is useless, particularly when trying to fight back locally against human trafficking in the sex trade. That was the message Circleville native and recent Ohio Christian University graduate Natasha Hudnell conveyed Tuesday to U.S. Sen. Rob Portman and a roundtable of college leaders, area economic development officials and representatives of local governments
Passion without action is useless, particularly when trying to fight back locally against human trafficking in the sex trade. That was the message Circleville native and recent Ohio Christian