Wednesday 18th October 2017,
The Transcript

Recent natural disasters should be alarming to our future

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  So many disasters in so little time; the question remains, “Are we to blame?” Scientists have stated such, with evidence proving that the gases we emit from our production are destroying our atmosphere. Weather is hotter, ice is melting at an alarming rate, flowers are [...]

October 4, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Ed Lenane appointed as chair of Staff Council

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  Ohio Wesleyan’s staff has a voice through the Staff Council, which provides a platform to present ideas that will benefit OWU as a whole. The council, which was formed in 2014, has been working hard to benefit staff members at OWU. From the time it [...]

October 4, 2017 sgpauley News 0

Growing up with The Transcript

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief  The Transcript was a prominent part of the Ohio Wesleyan community at one point in the University’s history. Now, it more or less exists in the background, shrouded in mist, tangled in vines, gathering dust and cobwebs. Still, as someone who has worked on this paper [...]

October 4, 2017 Gopika Nair Opinion 0

Women’s soccer team finds early success

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  Ohio Wesleyan’s women’s soccer team used to be considered an “easy win.” Now, it’s a different story. Three years ago, OWU had only won one game, dropping every single conference contest. The year after that, they had the same result. New head coach Nicole Ross [...]

October 4, 2017 TheTranscript Sports 0

OWU students shine in production of “Scenes”

By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter Some of Ohio Wesleyan’s first-year students got their chance to shine in this year’s production of Scenes. Scenes gives first-year students a chance to showcase their skills and express interest in the theatre department. Not everyone who participates are theatre majors; some participate for fun. [...]

October 4, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

Dan’s Deli coupon bill passes

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  With the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs’ help, students will now receive coupons they can use at Dan’s Deli in the near future. WCSA members discussed this issue at the last two meetings, held Sept.18 and Sept. 25, to determine whether or not to pass [...]

October 4, 2017 sgpauley News 0

Tree House member hosts first house project of the semester

By Reilly Wright, Photo Editor  The dirt covered construction site on Ohio Wesleyan’s Rowland Avenue has since been replaced by blanketed green grass, indie music and happy painters. Junior Alix Templeman hosted Tree House’s first house project of the year on Friday, Sept. 22, in the front yard of the newly [...]

October 4, 2017 Gopika Nair News 0

Ross Art Museum features first outdoor video exhibit

By Jesse Sailer, Transcript Reporter  The unveiling of the Ross Art Museum’s first public outdoor art installation titled “the Shadows We Cast” is a thought-provoking conversation piece about years of history stored within public spaces. The installation was projected on the front facade of the Ross in the form of [...]

October 2, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

Wes Anderson returns after lengthy absence

By Jesse Sailer, Transcript Reporter  Wes Anderson returns to the screen with his new film “Isle of Dogs” after a four-year absence. His 2014 film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” earned him a nomination for best picture at the Academy Awards and rave reviews from movie critics alike. The plot follows [...]

October 2, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

New psychology professor dives into Ohio Wesleyan culture

By Reilly Wright, Photo Editor Ohio Wesleyan University’s newest psychology faculty addition can either be found in Phillips Hall or Meek Aquatic Center. The new assistant professor of psychology and avid swimmer, Chris Modica, joined the OWU community in August. Previously an assistant professor at Wright State University’s School of Professional [...]

October 2, 2017 TheTranscript News 0