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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Life guards at Meek and Edwards lose hours, little warning

Life guards at Meek and Edwards lose hours, little warning

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter At 9:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29, students working as lifeguards at the Meek Aquatics and Recreation Center received an email from Aquatic Director Michael Kroll informing then of the cut in hours at Meek [...]

April 11, 2013 News
Focus on ‘42’ overlooks OWU’s checkered racial past

Focus on ‘42’ overlooks OWU’s checkered racial past

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor As the new film “42” – a biopic about the life of Jackie Robinson and his role in the integration of professional baseball – is released this weekend, the OWU community has been invited [...]

April 11, 2013 Opinion
Rescuing the rescuers: Finding a fair solution for the affected Meek lifeguard staff

Rescuing the rescuers: Finding a fair solution for the affected Meek lifeguard staff

By Taylor Smith Copy Editor I can truthfully say, I am not the only lifeguard upset with the recent changes that have occurred at the pool, and we’re not the only ones on campus have been affected. On Friday, March [...]

April 11, 2013 Opinion
Beyond the Equal Sign: Being a straight ally involves more than a profile picture

Beyond the Equal Sign: Being a straight ally involves more than a profile picture

To be honest, when I first found out OWU Confessions existed, I groaned a little bit to myself. I’ve seen these pages sprout up from other universities, and I’ve found them to be places where vitriol and judgement are condoned [...]

April 11, 2013 Opinion
Cricketz claim winning title at Global Outreach Show

Cricketz claim winning title at Global Outreach Show

By Marilyn Baer Transcript Reporter Seven acts competed in this year’s Global Outreach Show (GOS) for a grand prize of $500. Rafiki Wa Afrika (Rafiki) hosted the event to raise money for the Ghana Student Education Fund. They raised over [...]

April 11, 2013 Entertainment
Women’s rugby rucks it up in scrimmage

Women’s rugby rucks it up in scrimmage

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April 11, 2013 Sports
Men’s lacrosse wins four games in a row against NCAC opponents

Men’s lacrosse wins four games in a row against NCAC opponents

By Graham Lucas Transcript Correspondent After coming off a spring break tour in Maryland where they lost three straight games, men’s lacrosse has rebounded with a four game winning streak, remaining undefeated in the NCAC. During their spring break tour, [...]

April 11, 2013 Sports
Baseball wins  two games at home, defeats Oberlin and ONU

Baseball wins two games at home, defeats Oberlin and ONU

By Hugh Kerins Transcript Correspondent During this past week the Battling Bishops baseball team held strong at home, pulling out two victories in non-conference play. On April 3, the Bishops hosted non-conference opponent Otterbein College. Otterbein came into the game [...]

April 11, 2013 Sports
OWU takes back the night

OWU takes back the night

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter The fact that sexual violence is something that impacts everybody is one of the many important messages that Take Back the Night (TBTN) aims to convey. TBTN is an international event and is annually hosted [...]

April 4, 2013 News
“My Daughter Greta”: An untold story of a professor’s life at home

“My Daughter Greta”: An untold story of a professor’s life at home

by Elizabeth Childers Managing Editor “Once upon a time, in the summer, Greta ran away. She was barefoot and she just went outside, took her scooter, and without telling anybody, and without wearing a helmet, she just went away. And [...]

April 4, 2013 News