Tuesday 30th September 2014,
The Transcript
  • Trustee transparency is essential for OWU

    Editor’s Note: The full editorial staff for The Transcript endorses Manskar’s stance on a need for transparency from the Board of Trustees and Administration. Going to college is fraught with questions. One sends many of us

  • Local theater hosts new events

    Local theater hosts new events

    Photos taken from The Strand’s Facebook page A magic show and a free screening of the season premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show are just some of the upcoming events at Delaware’s historic theatre,

  • When construction fences came up around Simpson-Querrey Fitness Center and Merrick Hall, several trees and shrubs were removed to make room. 

Photo: Cole Hatcher http://progress.owu.edu/simpsonQuerreyFitnessCenterRenovationPhotos.php

    Groundskeepers to replant trees over three year span

    As construction went underway for Merrick Hall and the Simpson-Querrey Fitness Center, Buildings and Grounds removed several trees and shrubs from the surrounding areas to create more space for expansion and work. Delaware city ordinance

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    Downtown record store set to move

    The Endangered Species Record Store, the self-proclaimed last record store on Earth, is moving to a new location starting Sept. 28 to 11 W. Winter St. Endangered Species first opened its doors at the current location

  • Women receiving donated sewing machines in a classroom made possible by the Peru program. The women went on to start a sewing shop that makes uniforms for schools and linens for local hospitals. Photos courtesy Patricio Plazolles.

    Peru trips continue for a decade outside of spring break program

    This story was updated on Sept. 26, 2014. Patricio Plazolles is the Program Officer for the Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship and spends his summers building businesses and other opportunities for disadvantaged communities in

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Students around campus focused on giving back last week as part of “Do Good Week” presented by Delta Gamma (DG). Delta Gamma’s motto is Do Good and Delta Gamma nationally encouraged chapters in the US [...]

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Editor’s Note: The full editorial staff for The Transcript endorses Manskar’s stance on a need for transparency from the Board of Trustees and Administration. Going to college is fraught with questions. One sends many of us [...]

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“When I was younger, I was molested, and I was also really badly injured in a car accident, which made me turn to drugs. I was addicted for a long time, but now I’m doing [...]

Juniors Emily Slee and Maeve Nash of Pitch Black sings at the Aug. 27 Club Fair. Photo by Spenser Hickey

New voices of a cappella

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Men’s soccer sinks Ohio Northern
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By Spencer Kirksey Transcript Correspondent Two minutes is all it took for the men’s soccer team to see the ball crash into the back of the Ohio Northern University net. The opening goal by Junior [...]

Freshman Iris Anderson bumps the ball at the Rose Hulman Invitational on Sept. 7.

Spiking the competition

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Sophomore Kallie Winston in a race at the Sept. 6 Ohio Wesleyan Inivitational. Photo: battlingbishops.com

Thinking like a runner

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