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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Men’s basketball lose in final minutes of NCAA tournament

Men’s basketball lose in final minutes of NCAA tournament

Editor’s Note: Coverage of this game is based off of a live video stream. The Bishops tentative dominance over the Hobart Statesman was apparent from the beginning. After overcoming a small, 4-point Senator lead, the Bishops were on top almost [...]

March 8, 2012 Sports
Water polo club being restarted, new captains to bring sport to the Midwest

Water polo club being restarted, new captains to bring sport to the Midwest

Two students are reviving the OWU water polo club and said they hope to spark an interest in the sport on campus. Freshmen Marcus Ramirez and Matthew Mahoney, both members of the swim team, are in the process of reviving [...]

March 8, 2012 Sports
Studying abroad in Delaware, Ohio, this spring break?  Service is only part of the joint service learning trip for Japenese and OWU students

Studying abroad in Delaware, Ohio, this spring break? Service is only part of the joint service learning trip for Japenese and OWU students

OWU will team up with a Japanese university for a different kind of spring break. Instead of participating in a “normal” spring break trip, 21 Ohio Wesleyan students have chosen to take part in the first ever reverse mission trip [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Have no fear, House of Black Culture is here … to stay New status as a themed house ensures HBC’s permanent residency on Oak Hill Dr.

Have no fear, House of Black Culture is here … to stay New status as a themed house ensures HBC’s permanent residency on Oak Hill Dr.

President Rock Jones and Residential Life have recently approved the House of Black Culture to become a themed house, bringing pride to both current residents and alumni of the house. As a themed house, the House of Black Culture (HBC) [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Saying farewell to memorable college years

Saying farewell to memorable college years

Sitting here in Beeghley Library writing this editorial, I start to become nostalgic by the thought that I have only three months left to sit in this library doing schoolwork. The bittersweet emotions of moving on from college and into [...]

March 8, 2012 Opinion
Tragic accident serves as time of remembrance

Tragic accident serves as time of remembrance

The tragic car accident that occurred at Bowling Green State University involving members of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority should serve as a reminder to us all in the Greek community about the importance of valuing our fellow members. Five [...]

March 8, 2012 Opinion
Letter to the Editor: Student bashes report on College Republicans

Letter to the Editor: Student bashes report on College Republicans

Dear Editor, This letter is regarding the article “College Republicans given a voice on liberal campus,”. As I turned to page three of the most recent issue of the transcript this weekend, I was shocked to find what I can [...]

March 8, 2012 Opinion
Sororities need homes of their own

Sororities need homes of their own

First, a disclaimer: I know very little about Greek life. I personally don’t understand the allure of joining a fraternity or sorority, and while I admire the effort Greek students put into their respective organizations, I rarely involve myself with [...]

March 8, 2012 Opinion
The Mean Bean, which is on the intersection of Sandusky and Williams Streets, has new owners. They have plans for adding a bakery as well as a possible name change.

Brewing a brand new Bean: New owners plan to renovate Mean Bean coffee house

The recent exchange in ownership of The Mean Bean will bring with it some new changes to the eclectic coffee shop, including a bakery, intended to generate more business from students. Christie Engler and her husband bought the coffee shop [...]

March 1, 2012 News
Delta Gamma celebrates their victory at Kappa Karaoke.

Greek life: Fraternity and sorority stereotypes, Kappa Kappa Gamma hosts karaoke event to bring Greek community together for charity

Sorority girls walk arm in arm. They saunter around in clumps and clusters. They giggle, examine their hair and complain loudly about school work. They also smile and greet each other enthusiastically. Names are screeched from across hallways as girls [...]

March 1, 2012 News