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Weather or not, classes continue

Weather or not, classes continue

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Reporter A cold spell sent temperatures well below zero last week, and raised the question of which weather conditions would lead to cancelled classes. According to Craig Ullom, vice president of Student Affairs, President Rock Jones [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Women’s basketball looks to make a run at NCAC tournament

Women’s basketball looks to make a run at NCAC tournament

By Olivia Lease and Haley Cooper Transcript Correspondent and Assistant Copy Editor The Jan. 25 doubleheader against the Denison University Big Red had mixed results for the Ohio Wesleyan basketball teams. In the women’s game, Denison edged out the Bishops [...]

January 30, 2014 Sports
Obama’s step is important, but only part of a long path tackling college sexual assault

Obama’s step is important, but only part of a long path tackling college sexual assault

By The Transcript Editorial Staff The current epidemic of sexual violence on college campuses in an issue that is all around us, but is rarely seen and even more rarely discussed openly. That changed last week, when President Obama took an [...]

January 30, 2014 Opinion
Pres. Obama aims spotlight at college sexual violence

Pres. Obama aims spotlight at college sexual violence

  By Spenser Hickey and Bre Reilly Editor-in-Chief and Transcript Correspondent One in five women attending college in the US experience some form of sexual violence, and only 12 percent of them report it. While these statistics have been pointed [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Hello, My Name Is

Hello, My Name Is

By Margot Reed Transcript Contributor A big theme of college is the idea that you get an opportunity to recreate yourself to the image that you would like. However, we’re still at a malleable time in our life where we’re [...]

December 11, 2013 Entertainment
Volleyball snaps losing streak: Bishops beat Ohio Christian after losing 10 straight

Volleyball snaps losing streak: Bishops beat Ohio Christian after losing 10 straight

By Zane Kieffer Transcript Correspondent The Ohio Wesleyan women’s volleyball team snapped a 10-game losing streak in a victory over Ohio Christian University. It was the first win in over a month for the Bishops as they overcame a 2-sets-to-1 [...]

November 2, 2013 News
Swimmers young and old eager to compete

Swimmers young and old eager to compete

By Hannah Urano Copy Editor Coming off an impressive season last year, the Ohio Wesleyan men’s and women’s swim teams are diving in and training for their upcoming season. Coach Richard Hawes said he is already optimistic for what lies [...]

November 2, 2013 News
What’s old is new again: Premier organist to play newly restored Gray Chapel organ

What’s old is new again: Premier organist to play newly restored Gray Chapel organ

By Julianne Zala Transcript Correspondent On Oct. 25 and 26, Alan Morrison performed two recitals on the newly restored Klais organ in Gray Chapel. To commemorate the event, alumni and members of the Keller and Blanchard families appeared to hear [...]

November 2, 2013 Entertainment
Juniors split the spotlight at joint recital

Juniors split the spotlight at joint recital

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter Juniors Caitlen Sellers and Grace Thompson provided a professional performance featuring music from a wide range of renowned artists in their junior recital on Oct. 28. Thompson, a soprano, sang songs from artists such as [...]

November 2, 2013 News
Letter to Editor: Conversations about race shouldn’t be one-sided

Letter to Editor: Conversations about race shouldn’t be one-sided

By Adam Coles Transcript Contributor I am saddened that I have to write this letter to you today. In your Oct. 24, 2013 issue, you printed an editorial by Noah Manskar about racism. In that editorial, Noah expressed the following [...]

November 2, 2013 Opinion