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Alumnus returns to campus with ‘Surgeon Stories’

Alumnus returns to campus with ‘Surgeon Stories’

By Natalie Duleba Photo and Copy Editor Daly Walker ’62, came to campus last week to read from his award-winning collection of short stories, “Surgeon Stories.” Walker is the first speaker of the Writers & Poets Lecture Series, and took [...]

September 17, 2012 News
Despite changes,  campus still feels like home

Despite changes, campus still feels like home

Returning to campus this year felt like coming home after a long, summer family vacation. Being an upperclassman, I returned to a sea of familiar faces, friends to help me move in and a feeling of simply belonging. I did [...]

September 17, 2012 Opinion
The secret danger your planner does not tell you

The secret danger your planner does not tell you

By Elizabeth Childers Transcript Oline Editor “Danger Will Robinson, Danger!” Okay, you’re not Will Robinson, and I’m not a robot. But I am writing today to warn you about a problem many college students often don’t see coming. On a [...]

September 17, 2012 Opinion
SLU resident expects clean living space

SLU resident expects clean living space

By Suzanne Samin Transcript A & E Editor The entrance to the storage center where my housemates and I kept our belongings this summer is probably one of the easiest turns to miss. So naturally, I missed it every time [...]

September 17, 2012 Opinion
Performance Art Series kicks off with something different

Performance Art Series kicks off with something different

By Eric Tifft Managing Editor Last Sunday, Ohio Wesleyan faculty, students and the Delaware community were exposed to a unique form of music as part of the Performing Arts Series at Jemison Auditorium. Peter Brötzmann and Jason Adasiewicz performed in [...]

September 17, 2012 Entertainment
Women’s field hockey opens with a win

Women’s field hockey opens with a win

By Liza Bennett Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan Women’s Field Hockey team has started the 2012 season with a double header that left the team with a 1-1 record. OWU played Bethany and Hendrix back to back on Sept. 2 [...]

September 17, 2012 Sports
Cross Country looks to rebuild

Cross Country looks to rebuild

By Taylor Smith Transcript Correspondent Despite having some big shoes to fill, the men’s cross country team sets their sites on a bright future as the season kicks off. The team returns this season with some big names missing. Three [...]

September 17, 2012 Sports
Senior Phil Forsgren poses with the Bishop all dressed up. Forsgren said Day on the Jay is one of his favorite OWU traditions.

Day on the Jay

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May 9, 2012 News
Photo from OWU Department of Communications Husband and wife researchers of evolutionary biology Peter and Rosemary Grant visited OWU to receive honorary degrees and present a lecture on their research.

Biologists receive honorary degrees for research on Galapagos finches

Peter and Rosemary Grant received honorary degrees for their achievements in evolutionary biology in front of Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty and community members on Wednesday, April 18 in the Benes Rooms. The Grants are British evolutionary biologists and professors emeriti [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Physics, Greg Mack, rehearses with junior Jordan Ahmed and freshmen Tim Andrews and Kristen Krak for a dance about the creation of the universe as part of the Science Lecture Series May 2.

The universe learns how to dance

Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Physics, Greg Mack, is collaborating with both science and dance students to explain the creation of the universe as part of a Science Lecture Series Presentation to be performed on May 2. Mack’s goal, which [...]

May 9, 2012 Entertainment