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Ohio Wesleyan student magician, sophomore Bill Boaz. Boaz has been performing professionally since the age of ten. Photo courtesy of Bill Boaz

Student magician raises money for philanthropy

On a night of magic and mischief on the appropriately  timed date of April Fool’s Day, nearly 500 people made their way to the Strand Theatre for a philanthropic performance. Last Tuesday sophomore Bill Boaz preformed his renowned magic tricks [...]

April 10, 2014 Entertainment
Cast members of Ohio Wesleyan’s rendition of George Bernard Shaw’s period piece “Heartbreak House.” Photo by Megan Pinto for Communications

All is fair in love, war and ‘Heartbreak House’

The largest war to ever engulf the globe is happening right outside, but the inhabitants of George Bernard Shaw’s “Heartbreak House,” are more concerned with their love affairs. In “Heartbreak House,” the feminist writer depicts the course of a day [...]

April 10, 2014 Entertainment
Senior education major Annaliese Harvey working with children at the ECC.
Photo from the Early Childhood Center

Students as teachers create lasting memories at the ECC

While the Early Childhood Center is a fundamental resource for the education department, many members of the Ohio Wesleyan University community are unaware of the day-to-day dealings of the brown brick building they pass everyday en route to the academic [...]

March 31, 2014 News
New coach, new team

New coach, new team

The women’s lacrosse team has a fresh start this season with new Head Coach Chelsea Huguenard, accompanied by new assistant coach Jim Leake. After a 3-11 last season, the team hopes to get back on track and has set high [...]

March 6, 2014 Sports
Blind golfer helps others to see

Blind golfer helps others to see

Inspirational Speaker and 2010 Blind Golf World Champion, Jeremy Poincenot, encouraged students to live each day to fullest. Poincenot, 23, presented at a trilogy event put on by Inter Fraternity Council (IFC), on Feb. 18 in Grey Chapel. Poinecent lost [...]

February 28, 2014 News
Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

After an arduous election process, current Ohio Wesleyan seniors chose Jake Miller to represent their class on the university’s Board of Trustees. The month-long election process consisted of 10 percent of the graduating class signing a petition for the candidates. [...]

February 28, 2014 News
OWU students ‘SHO’ their love for favorite couples

OWU students ‘SHO’ their love for favorite couples

Love was in the air last Wednesday for SHO Your Love Day, culminating in the second annual “Cutest Couple” competition. The event was hosted in the Hamilton-WilliamsCampus Center and raised 614 food points to pay for food for future tailgates [...]

February 21, 2014 News
SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

The snow and ice were an appropriate setting for many students who found new homes for next semester in this year’s Small Living Unit (SLU) recruitment. SLUsh is the week-long period where the campus’s SLUs recruit residents. This year, they [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Students honor MLK legacy, look to make racism part of the past

Students honor MLK legacy, look to make racism part of the past

On April 4, 1968, African-American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed outside of his hotel room in Memphis, Tennessee. In honor of Martin Luther King Day, students and professors organized events throughout the week to [...]

January 30, 2014 News