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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Stargazers study universe to find place in it

Stargazers study universe to find place in it

Whether for navigation or astrophysics, mankind has been studying the stars for centuries. On Tuesday, April 3, the Honor Board hosted a stargazing event with Gregory Mack, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, at the Student Observatory. The Student Observatory [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Pasta for Life

Pasta for Life

Hungry members of the OWU Greek community gathered in Ham-Will April 2 to eat pasta for a cause. Delta Delta Delta sorority’s annual fundraiser, Pasta for Life, raised over $1,300 for donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, according to [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Conference inspires activism among feminists

Conference inspires activism among feminists

Twenty OWU students joined college-aged activists from all over the country to learn about issues spanning from reproductive justice to campus activism to communities of color, at the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference March 31 through April 2 in Washington [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Comic of the Week: April 13, 2012

Comic of the Week: April 13, 2012

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April 13, 2012 Opinion
Summer  internships: an unneccessary but useful aid

Summer internships: an unneccessary but useful aid

This editorial is written in response to last week’s opinion piece, “Summer internships: a necessary evil”. Simply rebuttling last issue’s article would be impossible. Contrary to what some may argue, there is no such thing as an incorrect opinion. However, [...]

April 13, 2012 Opinion
Olmstead’s trilogy completed: Historic wars through the eyes of young boy soldiers

Olmstead’s trilogy completed: Historic wars through the eyes of young boy soldiers

Robert Olmstead’s war trilogy is now complete. The first book, “Coal Black Horse” was published in 2007, followed by “Far Bright Star” in 2009. The third book, “The Coldest Night,” was just released on April 3. Reading the cycle in [...]

April 13, 2012 Opinion
3D technology gives classic tearjerker a new edge

3D technology gives classic tearjerker a new edge

James Cameron’s first mega blockbuster hit “Titanic,” which tells the tale of two star-crossed lovers fighting class biases and the infamous sinking of the title ship, was recently re-released in 3D in theaters for a limited time. While some may [...]

April 13, 2012 Entertainment
Track team wins, breaks school and personal records at invitational

Track team wins, breaks school and personal records at invitational

School records were set and a win was gained for the Bishops at the Marv Frye Women’s Invitational meet Saturday at Selby Stadium and the George Gauthier Track. The Invitational meet honors Marv Frye, the loyal and active member of [...]

April 13, 2012 Sports
The newly renovated Big Room which will serve as a community gathering room for residents and will feature a fireplace and an entrance to the terrace.

Restoring Stuyvesant Hall: An inside look at new features

With housing selection events in process, the specifics of the Stuyvesant Hall renovations are a topic that many students said they are wondering about. Craig Ullom, the Assistant Director of Student Affairs, said the plan for Stuy is to restore [...]

April 5, 2012 News
The back of a T-shirt at the Denison OWU lacrosse game is just one example of the rivalry between the two schools.

Lacrosse rivalry turns ugly at Denison

So. Denison, apparently, sucks. At least that’s what the masses of cheering OWU fans chanted at Saturday’s Ohio Wesleyan vs. Denison lacrosse game. I don’t know much about lacrosse, and I don’t feel any need to discuss the game at [...]

April 5, 2012 Opinion