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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Orchesis 2012: dancing to communicate

Orchesis 2012: dancing to communicate

The 23 dancers who compose the Orchesis 2012 cast began rehearsing in October. We began rehearsing for mere minutes of dance performed only two times. March 2 and 3 at 8 p.m., 23 artists want to share something with you. [...]

March 1, 2012 Opinion
Utilize the pen to voice your dissent; it is more powerful than the sword

Utilize the pen to voice your dissent; it is more powerful than the sword

As an editor, writer and representative of The Transcript, I have encountered many an opinion from readers about the content of the paper–specifically the editorial section. It has ranged from mild annoyance to open and public declarations that this publication [...]

March 1, 2012 Opinion
Upperclassman yearns for time to simply … be

Upperclassman yearns for time to simply … be

Do you remember freshman year when you were able to get your homework done, sleep well, go out on Wednesday nights, Friday nights and Saturdays, too? Somehow, you also had time to just hang out. If you are a freshman, [...]

March 1, 2012 Opinion
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Cartoon of the Week: March 1, 2012

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March 1, 2012 Opinion
FIJI sparks excitment in Greek life

FIJI sparks excitment in Greek life

The arrival of Fiji fraternity to Ohio Wesleyan has breathed new life and excitement into OWU while bringing members of the Greek community together in fun and creative ways. Being a member of Delta Delta Delta has been a core [...]

March 1, 2012 Opinion
Primary objectives in primary elections

Primary objectives in primary elections

Watchdog ads, debates, press releases and outrageous accusations are in the air as the primary elections reach their peak. For people into politics, the next year is going to be exciting. For those who hate politics, this next year is [...]

March 1, 2012 Uncategorized
Current events reflect belief controversy in school system

Current events reflect belief controversy in school system

A wave of intolerance is spreading across this country, and it is leaving death in its wake. I don’t read the news very often; I’m usually too busy with the down-to-earth details of college life to be bothered. About the [...]

March 1, 2012 Opinion
Sleigh Bells give ‘reigns’ to the guitar

Sleigh Bells give ‘reigns’ to the guitar

As a relatively young band, Sleigh Bells have made a name for themselves with volume. Their 2009 debut, “Treats,” bore a trademark of incredible loudness. From the opening “Tell ‘Em” to the closing title track, every song—even the slowest and [...]

March 1, 2012 Uncategorized
Poet smashes stereotypes of women in the media with show, “Death of the Diva”

Poet smashes stereotypes of women in the media with show, “Death of the Diva”

DJ and performer Amanda Seales put on a one-woman musical narrative encouraging men and women to re-examine how women are treated in the mainstream media Saturday in Grey Chapel. Death of the Diva uses music, humor, and monologue to portray [...]

March 1, 2012 Entertainment
A quick glance at ‘Lax-Bro’ culture:From ‘bro-flows’  to Patagos, stereotypes abound

A quick glance at ‘Lax-Bro’ culture:From ‘bro-flows’ to Patagos, stereotypes abound

So you think you’re bro? Guess again. Lacrosse boys have been stereotyped since the day they learned how to cradle their stick and make the deepest pocket. These young men have been overheard talking about their new Patagonia, the length [...]

March 1, 2012 Sports