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Gun violence an alarming trend: Politicians need to start discussion about regulation

Gun violence an alarming trend: Politicians need to start discussion about regulation

By Suzanne Samin Arts & Entertainment Editor The theater shooting in Aurora, Colo. was a tragedy that snuck up on me in a rather unexpected and emotional way. It kept me up at night; I couldn’t sleep. I didn’t know [...]

September 24, 2012 Opinion
Exploring the marriage plot: professor examines the  greater subtexts in works of literature by women

Exploring the marriage plot: professor examines the greater subtexts in works of literature by women

By Ellin Youse Transcript Reporter Professor Sally Livingston’s new book, Marriage, Property, and Women’s Narratives, intersects history, economics and medieval literature to investigate the psychology behind women and their finances. Livingston began to write the book while writing her dissertation [...]

September 24, 2012 Entertainment
Lawless is far  from flawless

Lawless is far from flawless

Period drama “Lawless” tells the story of three bootlegging brothers in Prohibition-era Virginia struggling against a new special deputy who has come into town to control and profit from the illegal moonshining business. The tale is based on the novel [...]

September 24, 2012 Entertainment
Football defeats Oberlin, breaks school and NCAC records

Football defeats Oberlin, breaks school and NCAC records

By Jenna Rodcay Transcript Reporter OWU’s Battling Bishops football team took home their first conference win of the season against the Oberlin College Yeomen on Saturday at Savage Stadium with a final score of 29-17. First year head coach Tom [...]

September 24, 2012 Sports
Cross Country team remains strong

Cross Country team remains strong

By Taylor Smith TranscriptCorrespondent The women’s cross country team looks ahead to qualifying for the NCAA championship meet again despite setbacks early in the season. The team begins this season without two of their All-North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) runners [...]

September 24, 2012 Sports

Athletes use sports for good in Costa Rica

By Marissa Alfano Editor-in-Chief Through the program Beyond Study Abroad, four OWU student athletes visited Costa Rica this summer, immersing themselves in the culture while taking classes, volunteering and training for their sport. Beyond Study Abroad is a program designed [...]

September 17, 2012 News

Students give and take at the free store

By Breanne Reilly News Editor Volunteers from the Tree House and Environmental and Wildlife Club hosted a non-profit event called the Give and Take free store. The store was open from Aug. 27 until Sept. 7 at the Stewart Annex [...]

September 17, 2012 Sports

Activism and theatre combine in 8

By Emma Goetz Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan has the privilege of being the first college in Ohio to put on a staged reading of “8,” a play based on the Proposition 8 case in California. Sophomore Ryan Haddad, the show’s [...]

September 17, 2012 Entertainment

Men’s soccer defends national championship

By Tim Alford Transcript Correspondent The OWU men’s soccer team will be heading into this season as defending National Champions with a different group of players ready to step up. Last season, OWU went 23-2 and won the National Championship. [...]

September 17, 2012 Sports
Sexual misconduct policy receives small, important changes

Sexual misconduct policy receives small, important changes

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs approved a revised Ohio Wesleyan sexual misconduct policy on Sept. 3 after a lengthy review process by university administrators, faculty, staff and students. According to Mike Esler, Coordinator of [...]

September 17, 2012 News