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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Endowment investments:  Where should institutions put the money?

Endowment investments: Where should institutions put the money?

By Thomas Wolber Associate Professor of MFL For some 170 years, Ohio Wesleyan University has been in the business of educating students. On the one hand, it attempts to develop a young person’s knowledge, skills, critical thinking and intellect. On [...]

February 1, 2013 Opinion
Gunderson sculpts reflections on landscapes, upbringing

Gunderson sculpts reflections on landscapes, upbringing

By Jacob Beach Transcript Reporter 1977 was the last time Barry Gunderson had an exhibit on the Ohio Wesleyan campus. Gunderson is a sculptor from Minnesota and has been working for Kenyon College since 1974 as a professor of sculpting. [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment
Stout folks up ‘Les Mis’

Stout folks up ‘Les Mis’

By Ellin Youse A& E Editor The music of the production “Les Miserables” is best known for its robust orchestra, emotionally charged vocals and core trembling vibrato. So when sophomore Connor Stout released his “Folk Les Mis” EP (extended play) [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment
Women’s basketball comes from behind to defeat Wooster

Women’s basketball comes from behind to defeat Wooster

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor Despite a loss to Kenyon on Saturday, Jan. 19, the women’s basketball team was able defeat Wooster in the final minutes of the game on Wednesday, Jan. 23, with a score of 76-62. The Bishops [...]

February 1, 2013 Sports
Men’s basketball hopeful about post-season play

Men’s basketball hopeful about post-season play

By Graham Lucas Transcript Correspondent Sweat drips from the head, sharp echoes of rubber heels cut across polished hardwood, gasps of air after the last suicide; these are sounds of Bishops basketball practice. Along with blood, sweat and tears, men’s [...]

February 1, 2013 Sports