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Jim Underwood, adjunct professor of Journalism, speaks in front of Beeghly Library on Armistice Day, Nov. 9, about his experiences as a United States Marine in Vietnam.  Underwood recognizes his time in Vietnam as why he celebrates the sacrifices men and women have made in times of war.

Armistice Day recognizes unsung heroes

By Noah Manskar and Taylor Stout Transcript Correspondent and Reporter While Armistice Day may be a single day of the year, the effects of war are felt daily. The goal of Armistice Day is not to glorify war or justify [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Juniors Sam Sonnega (left) and Mike Cormier (right) display the bags full of trash they carried all week to support junior Aidan Williamson’s Tree House project.

Carrying trash encourages compost, helps ecosystem

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent Junior Aidan Williamson challenged Ohio Wesleyan students to carry all of their waste products in a trash bag everywhere they went last week in order to confront their ecological footprint. As a member of the [...]

November 16, 2012 News
The candidates for Mr. OWU: First Ladies and Presidents line up on the stage during the formal wear portion of the event. Kappa Alpha Theta puts on the male beauty pageant every year to raise funds for its national philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Eleven candidates competed for the title, seven representing fraternities, three representing sororities and one representing the Women’s House.

Kappa Alpha Theta goes presidential for charity- Photo Gallery

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November 16, 2012 News
Senior Chelsea Leeds’s painting of junior Kate Johnson, which is a part of her exhibit, “She Flies with Her Own Wings,” currently on display in the Werner Gallery in Edgar Hall.

Women take flight in senior art show: Student paints portraits of the inspiring women in her life

By Emily Hostetler Assistant Copy Editor Many artists chose to capture the beauty of landscapes or objects in their work, but senior Chelsea Leeds found inspiration in the beauty of her closest friends. Leeds’ exhibition, “She Flies with Her Own [...]

November 16, 2012 Entertainment
False alarms may come at a heavy price

False alarms may come at a heavy price

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter A late-night evacuation on Halloween was among the most recent incidents in string of unplanned fire alarms in Ohio Wesleyan’s residence halls. These alarms, particularly in Smith Hall, are attributed to substances other than smoke [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Hydration  stations  to increase  sustainability on campus

Hydration stations to increase sustainability on campus

By Liza Bennett Transcript Reporter Three new hydration stations have been added on campus as one of the many sustainability efforts that various members of the Ohio Wesleyan community have done to increase sustainability on campus. The new hydration stations [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Sound Off OWU: How do you think America will do in the next four years?

Sound Off OWU: How do you think America will do in the next four years?

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November 16, 2012 Opinion
Students learn how to ‘Talk to the Hand’ with the ASL club

Students learn how to ‘Talk to the Hand’ with the ASL club

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor “Talk to the Hand” is the Ohio Wesleyan American Sign Language (ASL) Club which gives students the opportunity to learn a new skill in a variety of creative ways. The club meets weekly to learn [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Newly elected WSCA reps challenge campaign norms

Newly elected WSCA reps challenge campaign norms

By Margaret Bagnell and Spenser Hickey Transcript Reporter and Correspondent Last Friday, juniors Martin Clark and Tim O’Keeffe were elected the next president and vice president of the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs.They defeated two other candidate pairs: juniors Ariel [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Soccer for Food collects funds for CARE

Soccer for Food collects funds for CARE

By Chrissy Wesney Transcript Correspondent The weather was nice, the music was loud and the soccer balls were flying as students and faculty played soccer for CARE. The second annual Ohio Wesleyan University Soccer for Food competition took place on [...]

November 16, 2012 News