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Active Minds aims to break stigma, hosts speak out about mental health

By offering a space for students to discuss personal experiences and difficulties with mental health, Active Minds is attempting to shift the negative light away from disorders such as depression and anxiety. Thursday, April 24, Ohio Wesleyan’s Active Minds chapter [...]

April 30, 2015 News
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Senior art students look ahead in “Ongoing”

While many students are just beginning to brace themselves for the storm of finals only a few weeks away, Ohio Wesleyan senior art students are starting to breathe easier. On Saturday April 18, the Bachelor of Fine Arts seniors opened [...]

April 20, 2015 Entertainment
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Shows to queue for this summer

The return of warm weather and sunny days also brings some of the best reasons to hole up inside with the television all day. A few of my favorite shows will be gracing the screen once again in the upcoming [...]

April 16, 2015 Opinion
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“Wasted on the Dream” is a wasted opportunity

Wasted on the Dream is an album that I really want to like. No matter how hard I try though, Jeff the Brotherhood has made it pretty difficult. With eight full albums in tow, Jeff the Brotherhood has come a [...]

April 9, 2015 Opinion
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Louisville: land of the independent and home of the weird

As quickly as Louisville pushed me out, it pulled me in again. Louisville is a city with an inviting twang and hospitality with flair. Louisville prides itself on feeling independent from the rest of Kentucky. In the 2008 presidential election, [...]

April 3, 2015 Opinion
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Festival season

The time for flower crowns and crowded campgrounds is upon us once again. Spring is coming; we are ditching our coats and gloomy winter playlists for the sunny music festivals across the country. Festival season is a rare and coveted [...]

March 27, 2015 Opinion
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OWU receives $10,000 grant for sustainable move out

With high hopes of a few relaxing months away from school, or perhaps fears of facing the apocryphal ‘real world’, it can be difficult for students to think sustainably when it comes to moving out at the end of spring [...]

March 3, 2015 News
Junior Katie Patrick as Eva leans on the shoulder of junior Margot Reed as Helga.

Big talent surpasses small stage in “Kindertransport”

The much anticipated ‘Kindertransport’ came to life for the first time in Ohio Wesleyan’s Chappelear Drama Center’s Studio Theatre last Wednesday evening. In accordance with its namesake, ‘Kindertransport’–by Diane Samuels– draws inspiration from the many Jewish children who were pushed [...]

February 26, 2015 Entertainment
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Why I am not seeing “Fifty Shades of Grey”

I am by no means above seeing a bad movie. Bad movies are some of the most entertaining movies. The poorly constructed plots, the awkward acting, the supremely cheesy wink-wink-nudge-nudge humor – it’s all great. At first I thought that [...]

February 16, 2015 Opinion
Album cover for "What A Beautiful World, What A Terrible World" by The Decemberists. Photo courtesy of Amazon.com.

Anticipated Albums

2014 has come to an end and the new year is upon us. With the close of each year, Best Albums lists begin to crowd the Web. But instead of looking back to the music of the recent past, here [...]

January 23, 2015 Entertainment