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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Petition could give the ERA the life it needs

Petition could give the ERA the life it needs

The Equal Rights Amendment sought to create a constitutional protection against sexual discrimination under the law. From Alice Paul’s first draft in 1923 to the bold efforts in the 1970s and early ’80s, it met an untimely grave in 1982, [...]

February 8, 2013 Opinion
Summer shirts in sweater weather

Summer shirts in sweater weather

By Emily Lunstroth Transcript Columnist Since the seasons have officially changed and winter is upon us, the switch from summer and fall clothing must make the move to winter wear. Yes, heavy sweaters and hats are now needed, but that [...]

February 8, 2013 Entertainment
OWU three titles away from winning NCAC All-Sports trophy

OWU three titles away from winning NCAC All-Sports trophy

By Graham Lucas Transcript Correspondent Ohio Wesleyan athletics are closing in on DePauw University for first place in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) All-Sports trophy race. DePauw leads the race with 52 points, followed by OWU with 50 points [...]

February 8, 2013 Sports
Track sprinters, Freet and Jolliff, break records at Spire Open meet

Track sprinters, Freet and Jolliff, break records at Spire Open meet

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor On Saturday, Jan. 26, the Ohio Wesleyan men’s track and field team competed in the Spire Midwest Indoor Track & Field Open meet where seniors Ethan Freet and Silas Jolliff each broke school records. The [...]

February 8, 2013 Sports
OWU Celebrates the past and present

OWU Celebrates the past and present

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor The day before his assassination, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. said in a speech that he had been to the mountaintop and looked upon “the promised land.” On Martin Luther King Day, the [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Students find new homes during ‘SLUsh’ Week

Students find new homes during ‘SLUsh’ Week

By Ellin Youse A&E Editor Residents of Ohio Wesleyan’s Small Living Units [SLUs] experienced excited anticipation and careful consideration last weekend as they recruited and interviewed prospective new additions to their homes. The SLUs’ recruitment period, or SLUsh week, is [...]

February 1, 2013 News
‘Dracula’ emerges from darkness

‘Dracula’ emerges from darkness

By Jane Suttmeier Photo Editor Little things are coming together to create the big picture for the Ohio Wesleyan Department of Theatre’s production of “The Passion of Dracula.” Senior Margaret Knecht, master electrician for the play, said the lighting will [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment
Men’s basketball rebounds from back-to-back losses to defeat Wabash

Men’s basketball rebounds from back-to-back losses to defeat Wabash

By Tim Alford and Heather Kuch News Editor and Sports Editor After two straight losses against Hiram on Jan. 16 and Wooster on Jan. 19, the men’s basketball team dominated Wabash on Wednesday night, winning by a score of 77-53. [...]

February 1, 2013 Sports
Students on a different mission at military base

Students on a different mission at military base

By Hannah Urano Transcript Correspondent The Fort Bragg mission trip team will be repeating their babysitting fundraiser on Valentine’s Day, watching the children of faculty and staff members so they can enjoy a romantic evening alone. Coming off of the [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Flu scare quiets, but not over

Flu scare quiets, but not over

By Taylor Smith Copy Editor The influenza scare that swept the country this flu season may be nearly over, as influenza activity seems to be decreasing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). During the week of [...]

February 1, 2013 News