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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Use of Safewalk Drops

Use of Safewalk Drops

By Sadie Slager Transcript Correspondent 10 minutes make a difference for students walking home late at night. Public Safety Sergeant Chris Mickens said the estimated 10-minute wait for SafeWalk workers to reach a student who is at any location around [...]

February 15, 2013 News
WCSA’s new residential reps take office Students unsure of what res reps’ role is

WCSA’s new residential reps take office Students unsure of what res reps’ role is

By Brian Cook Transcript Correspondent 14 individuals were elected as Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs Residential Representatives for the 2013 calendar year, according to junior Martin Clark, WCSA President. Also, two Small Living Unit Representatives were elected to serve on [...]

February 15, 2013 News
Students deserve  food that supports individual and  communal health

Students deserve food that supports individual and communal health

I didn’t eat in Smith Hall the evening Chartwells served its “black history” menu, but when I heard what was served, it was almost too much to believe—I certainly have not been totally satisfied with Chartwells as a foodservice provider, [...]

February 15, 2013 Opinion
How to tackle the 800 pound gorilla

How to tackle the 800 pound gorilla

By Tim Alford News Editor Off-campus housing has been a tough and controversial issue in the three years I have been at Ohio Wesleyan. However, last year the university continued going completely residential and did not have an off-campus lottery, [...]

February 15, 2013 Opinion
Booted: When OWU parking  becomes a problem

Booted: When OWU parking becomes a problem

By Jane Suttmeier Photography Editor It took me a while to figure out why I keep having problems with Ohio Wesleyan’s policies, but it all seems to be clear now. I have a car. Normally, for a teenage girl, that [...]

February 15, 2013 Opinion
Businesses get lucky on Valentine’s Day

Businesses get lucky on Valentine’s Day

By Brian Cook Transcript Correspondent Students have already started to splurge for their loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Tonight, they will likely spend even more. Restaurants in the greater Columbus area stand to receive a boost in revenue for Valentine’s [...]

February 15, 2013 Entertainment
Not your grandpa’s high tops

Not your grandpa’s high tops

By Emily Lunstroth Transcript Columnist High tops first became popular back when Converse All Stars were the only athletic shoe available. Now everyone not only wears converse, but different brands of high tops as well. High tops are no longer [...]

February 15, 2013 Entertainment
Rabbi hired to Chaplain’s office

Rabbi hired to Chaplain’s office

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent The Chaplain’s Office seeks to offer a place for students and faculty to nurture their connections to their faith on the third and fourth floors of Hamilton-Williams Campus Center. Although Jodi Kushins was accessible to [...]

February 8, 2013 News
Bike thieves caught, more at large

Bike thieves caught, more at large

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter Over the last few months, more students across campus have experienced the shock of coming back to where they left their bicycle and realizing it was gone. Sometimes the whole bicycle was taken; sometimes only [...]

February 8, 2013 News
Taking on the night shift with Public Safety Officer Jay McCann

Taking on the night shift with Public Safety Officer Jay McCann

By Tim Alford News Editor “In My Blood” Throughout the day on Wednesday, the temperature had dropped dramatically and it had begun to snow. Public Safety Officer Jay McCann came to pick me up at Phi Delta Theta so I [...]

February 8, 2013 News