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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Students and faculty celebrate “Living Colorfully”

Students and faculty celebrate “Living Colorfully”

By Margaret Bagnell, Banita Giri and Rebecca Muhl Transcript Reporter and Correspondents Black suits, sparkly dresses, high heels, smiling faces: OWU students crowded the Schimmel Conrades Science Center for this year’s President’s Ball on Dec. 1. This year marks the [...]

December 7, 2012 News
El Salvador mission trip raises funds to help children

El Salvador mission trip raises funds to help children

By Ellin Youse Transcript Reporter Although they may have been primarily focused on the guacamole, the students gathered in Benes Room C last Wednesday were supporting the Love and Hope Ministries’ efforts to assist dispossessed children of El Salvadore. The [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Get to know the SLUs in time for SLUsh

Get to know the SLUs in time for SLUsh

By Transcript Staff, Katie Wiskofske and Nicole Barhorst Transcript Correspondents Every year, the Small Living Units hold their version of rush: “SLUsh.” SLUsh is a series of events held at each of the SLUs for students interested becoming part of [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Faculty and staff create a gingerbread OWU

Faculty and staff create a gingerbread OWU

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December 7, 2012 News
Comic 12-6-2012

Comic 12-6-2012

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December 7, 2012 Opinion
Wikipedia can only go so far

Wikipedia can only go so far

By Thomas Wolber Associate Professor of MFL This is the time of year when student papers are due. So, let’s have a closer look at what constitutes proper, original research as opposed to dubious, unreliable second-hand information based on misconceptions. [...]

December 7, 2012 Opinion
College liberal  regrets attitude of Democratic peers

College liberal regrets attitude of Democratic peers

By Spenser Hickey Transcript Correspondent As a proud liberal, a member of OWU’s College Democrats, and a former volunteer with President Obama’s re-election campaign, I am ashamed of the judgemental behavior referenced in last week’s editorial “I’m not stupid. I’m [...]

December 7, 2012 Opinion
Muses celebrate the holidays with musical talent

Muses celebrate the holidays with musical talent

By Jenna Rodcay, Liz Anderson and Julia Stone Transcript Reporter and Correspondents Milligan Hub, formerly known as the Stuy Smoker, was filled with people on Friday for the Muses’ first ever cabaret show. The Muses is a student run musical [...]

December 7, 2012 Entertainment
Phi Gamma Delta hosts ‘World Cup’ for charity

Phi Gamma Delta hosts ‘World Cup’ for charity

By Margaux Erilane Transcript Correspondent This Sunday, Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) will be hosting its first philanthropy event since the unsuccessful lawn mower races it sponsored with Delta Delta Delta sorority at the beginning of the semester. Fiji’s World Cup [...]

December 7, 2012 Sports
Track and field breaks records at Marietta

Track and field breaks records at Marietta

By Liza Bennett Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan University Track and Field kicked off its season at the First Glimpse meet, hosted by Marietta College on Saturday. The meet, which included competitors from Allegheny, Charleston, Concord, Malone, Marietta, Ohio University and [...]

December 7, 2012 Sports