The Northerner

Onyinye Uwolloh, a junior psychology major, uses haiku written in Pidgin English to draw parallels between her Nigerian roots and Herman Melvilles Moby Dick.

For student poet, the biggest risk is not taking one

Noël Waltz, Reporter February 6, 2019

From deciding to attend a university over 5,000 miles away from her home in Lagos, Nigeria, to the interdisciplinary challenges she took head on, Onyinye Uwolloh is no stranger to taking risks. The...

Onyinye Uwolloh speaks on Ishmael na my Name, her sequence of haiku in Pidgin English based on Herman Melvilles Moby Dick.

Lecture showcases classic novel through new lens

Onyinye Uwolloh presented the classic novel "Moby Dick" in her native language of Pidgen English
Noël Waltz, Reporter January 28, 2019

Tremendous things happen when you step away from the safe and familiar. The interdisciplinary format of the honors college encourages students to think beyond their majors, a test that can lead to great...

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