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Monthly Archives: December 2014

College students may be deciding factor in election

College students may be deciding factor in election

By Jacob Beach Transcript Correspondent When it comes to the 2012 election, college students may be a deciding factor. Junior Tim Alford, president of College Republicans, emphasized that point. “Student voters are extremely important,” Alford said. “For many students, this [...]

October 26, 2012 News
Military moms take stand against Iraq and Afghanistan wars

Military moms take stand against Iraq and Afghanistan wars

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent Two mothers of soldiers active in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan spoke to OWU students about the need for peace in America on Oct. 16. Mary Hladky, vice chair of “Military Families Speak Out,” [...]

October 26, 2012 News
Rumors of ghosts spook up paranormal investigations

Rumors of ghosts spook up paranormal investigations

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor Sometimes considered one of the most haunted colleges in America, Ohio Wesleyan has a wide variety of spirits worth investigating, and this is exactly what the OWU Paranormal Research Society aims to do. Many of [...]

October 26, 2012 News
PRIDE opens doors for LGBTQ supporters to enter

PRIDE opens doors for LGBTQ supporters to enter

By Cecilia Smith Transcript Reporter Students snapped and clapped as peers and professors “came out” at PRIDE’s event to celebrate National Coming-Out Day. The event took place on Thursday, Oct. 11. A cardboard door set up in the Hamilton-Williams Campus [...]

October 26, 2012 News
Downtown shops offer products of ‘better quality’

Downtown shops offer products of ‘better quality’

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent In the past six months, new shops, such as Simply Vague and Button Up, have expanded downtown Delaware’s offering of locally made products. Kathleen Miller, proprietor of Button Up, opened her shop April 2 of [...]

October 26, 2012 News
The opposite of ordinary:  Striving for tolerance for all walks of life on campus

The opposite of ordinary: Striving for tolerance for all walks of life on campus

By Suzanne Samin A & E Editor When I read Ohio Wesleyan’s slogan, “the opposite of ordinary,” I interpret it as a statement about our diversity and unique opportunities in both education and service. To me, it says that our [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Women can be empowered without reclaiming derogatory words

Women can be empowered without reclaiming derogatory words

By Breanne Reilly News Editor When I first heard about the SlutWalk, the name took me aback. Slut is a misogynistic term aimed at people, mostly women, who are considered to be “loose” or sexually promiscuous. It is an insult. [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Homecoming royalty quest trivial — or not

Homecoming royalty quest trivial — or not

Homecoming. Bring on the competition. Actually, bring it or else. Is it me, or is homecoming this year a bigger deal than it ever was before? I’ve been lucky enough to watch students rip down fliers, bribe students for votes [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Spanish film festival brings culture and education with Lope

Spanish film festival brings culture and education with Lope

By Emily Feldmesser Transcript Correspondent The most recent installment in the first year of the Spanish Film Festival is the film, Lope. The film is inspired by the life events of the Spanish playwright, Lope de Vega. Ohio Wesleyan students [...]

October 26, 2012 Entertainment
Delaware sees a new generation of fine dining

Delaware sees a new generation of fine dining

By Samantha Simon Transcript Reporter Three generations of the Sims family have collaborated together to open Generations Fine Food and Spirits. The restaurant has a goal to open Nov. 1 on 5 N. Sandusky Street, where Nova Restaurant used to [...]

October 26, 2012 Entertainment