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Student choreographer dances against sexual violence: Sophomore takes art to American College Dance Festival

Student choreographer dances against sexual violence: Sophomore takes art to American College Dance Festival

Sophomore Matthew Jamison used the art of dance to convey emotions and issues concerning sexual violence at Orchesis 2012, which took place March 2-3 and the American College Dance Festival during March 7-10. Jamison drew upon personal experiences in creating [...]

March 23, 2012 Entertainment
Senior theatre majors prepare for capstone projects

Senior theatre majors prepare for capstone projects

As seniors near the end of their last semester at OWU, those graduating with theater degrees are finishing their senior projects, and juniors are beginning to plan their projects for the upcoming academic year. These projects are required of senior [...]

March 23, 2012 Entertainment
Women and gender studies through the ages

Women and gender studies through the ages

Women and gender studies continues to focus on important issues National debates may shift the focus of women and gender studies to sexuality, queer or gender studies, but Ohio Wesleyan’s WGS program continues to hold women as a high priority. [...]

March 23, 2012 News
Alexis Stevens and sophomore Gus Wood hug after Wood won first place for his poem “Whittling: A Coming Out” at the talent show organized by OWU P.R.I.D.E. and Stonewall Fusion, a Columbus-based LGBT organization. The organization serves as a support group for LGBT members and allies.

Students show P.R.I.D.E. at Fusion

“For anyone who burned down their closet, dance with me, loud and careless, wherever we are not invited…Fuck closets. We were made for ballrooms and stages, atriums and the sky.” That’s how sophomore Gus Wood finished his poem “Whittling: A [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Freshman Sarah Dailey, of Delta Gamma (DG), is pulled on an inflatable killer whale during the Whale Race.

Big splash, big funds: Anchor Splash 2012

Splash! – Contestants desperately raced against time and one another, trying to pull their blown-up-whale-riding Delta Gamma coaches to the end of the pool first. Delta Gamma’s annual charity event, Anchor Splash, comrprised many races that pitted Greek organizations against [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Students play Prince Charming and his guards in a Desi performance of “Cinderella.”

Students showcase diversity at Culture Fest

The student organization Horizons International encouraged Ohio Wesleyan’s many cultural groups to collide this Saturday. Their event, “Culture Fest,” encouraged different cultural groups on campus to display their pride through performances and food. Sophomore Priyanka Venkataraman, public relations officer of [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Students who attended Veggie Meal Night gather in the kitchen and have a laugh together.

Tree House brings veggies to campus

The Tree House, a Small Living Unit, fed students homemade vegetarian and vegan food at their veggie meal night last Thursday. The meal was free and open to the campus and was held at the Tree House. Sophomore Alex Kerensky, [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Conclusion outside the courtroom:  Sigma Phi Epsilon sexual assault case  settled after more than a year and a half

Conclusion outside the courtroom: Sigma Phi Epsilon sexual assault case settled after more than a year and a half

A 19-month legal battle among several former and current members of the Ohio Wesleyan chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon came to an end early last month without ever seeing a courtroom. One former Sig Ep pledge instructor, along with his [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Fete honored for selfless teaching

Fete honored for selfless teaching

Students and faculty honored Margaret Fete and her dedication to students and French during a memorial service held last Tuesday. Fete died on Dec. 24, 2011 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was a professor of modern foreign language [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Profs want curricular, salary support

Profs want curricular, salary support

“Show me the money,” was the resounding call that filled the Benes rooms on the evening of Feb 20. The words, which came from Dr. Dan Vogt, professor of chemistry, were directed at low faculty salaries and changes to Ohio [...]

March 8, 2012 News