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There’s a thin line between a compliment and harrassment

There’s a thin line between a compliment and harrassment

When do compliments cross the line into harassment? This is the question that we, as members of the Ohio Wesleyan community, have felt the need to ask ourselves in light of recent incidents, specifically students receiving cat calls on campus. [...]

May 9, 2012 Opinion
Let the Delaware fun continue throughout the summer

Let the Delaware fun continue throughout the summer

Ever thought of spending the summer in the classroom? If not, you should think about it. With the closing of yet another semester I have found myself yearning for the end of the year but not quite ready to leave [...]

May 9, 2012 Opinion
Letter to the Editor: Honors House had a difficult year, deserves campus respect

Letter to the Editor: Honors House had a difficult year, deserves campus respect

Dear Editor: It is regrettable that the Transcript decided to publish a cartoon that is at best ambiguous in its intent and at worst insensitive and offensive to the sensibilities of the residents of one of the finest of our [...]

May 9, 2012 Opinion
Graduating senior offers advice to rising juniors

Graduating senior offers advice to rising juniors

As an almost graduate looking back on this past year, I recall all of the time, hard work and energy I spent preparing for my life after college; my future career. After applying to several graduate programs, I plan to [...]

May 9, 2012 Opinion
Increased technology, declining privacy

Increased technology, declining privacy

Facebook, twitter, instagram, youtube, flickr, pinterest: Our generation is filled with an overwhelming number of portals in which to share the details of our lives, our memories, our talents, our thoughts and interests, even the minute details of each day. [...]

May 9, 2012 Opinion
Beehive buzzes with faculty, students  at OWL literary magazine reading

Beehive buzzes with faculty, students at OWL literary magazine reading

Beehive Books buzzed with literature on Thursday when students shared their works that will be added to this year’s Ohio Wesleyan Literary Magazine, the OWL. Among the students participating in the readings at Beehive were senior Diane Bizzarro, junior Alex [...]

May 9, 2012 Entertainment
Minaj turns heads  with “Roman Reloaded”

Minaj turns heads with “Roman Reloaded”

Nicki Minaj is by no means a conventional rapper. Being a woman in the rap industry is, on its own, an anomaly, and having enough success to perform at this year’s Grammy Awards with an elaborate stage worthy of Lady [...]

May 9, 2012 Entertainment
Women’s lacrosse suffers a loss after an early lead to Kenyon

Women’s lacrosse suffers a loss after an early lead to Kenyon

The OWU women’s lacrosse team was defeated by Kenyon by the score of 10-6, last Wednesday. Sophomore Cate Bailey started the Bishops off strong with a goal and an assist. However, Kenyon rebutted to take the win over OWU. Junior [...]

May 9, 2012 Sports
The special needs participants run through a tunnel of OWU student athletes to receive their awards on the podium.

Bishop Champion Games: Event unites special needs population and student athletes

Ohio Wesleyan student athletes came together to support special needs athletes in the annual Bishop Champion Games on April 15. The Bishop Champion Games is an event designed by the Ohio Wesleyan University Athletic Council (OWAC) for special needs athletes. [...]

April 23, 2012 News
Ryan Clark awaits a pitch at last Sunday’s KATs and Bats wiffle ball tournament.

KATs & Bats: Greek community unites to hit home run for child advocates

A little bit of wind did not stop wiffle ball enthusiasts from participating in Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATs and Bats fundraiser Sunday afternoon on Fraternity Hill. The unexpected gusts made for some wild pitches, questionable throws, and hits that were [...]

April 23, 2012 News