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WoHo opens its doors to campus, closes women’s week

WoHo opens its doors to campus, closes women’s week

The members of the Women’s House opened their home to the campus community last Friday to cap off Women’s Week. WoHo residents hosted students and professors with snacks, sodas and homemade black bean burgers. House moderator Paige Ruppel, a junior, [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Cartoon of the Week: March 29, 2012

Cartoon of the Week: March 29, 2012

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March 30, 2012 Opinion
Invisible Children has visible flaws

Invisible Children has visible flaws

Earlier last week on my way into the Thomson store, I tore down a flier. This flier was for the screening of “Kony 2012,” a documentary created by the organization “Invisible Children.” This documentary should be screened on campus today. [...]

March 30, 2012 Opinion
Your trash is  Universitronics’s  treasure

Your trash is Universitronics’s treasure

A decapitated laptop with only three buttons on its keyboard. An iPod, with a screen dim enough to make one wonder what fruit represents “Apple Inc.” A Giga Pet. Those are all things people have tried to sell me at [...]

March 30, 2012 Opinion
Documentary examines women’s questionable roles within mass media

Documentary examines women’s questionable roles within mass media

The Benes Rooms were filled with frequent gasping, shaking of heads and laughing last Monday. As part of celebration of Women’s History Month, “Miss Representation,” a documentary about gender inequality, was shown to students. Men and women filled the Benes [...]

March 30, 2012 Entertainment
Say Anything preserves their own  original sound with newest album

Say Anything preserves their own original sound with newest album

To know Say Anything’s music is to know Max Bemis’ life story. The prolific frontman’s songwriting is always deeply personal, and the band’s discography chronicles every aspect of his life, positive and negative. The sexually frustrated teenage Bemis emerged on [...]

March 30, 2012 Entertainment
Softball splits double header with John Carroll

Softball splits double header with John Carroll

Softball split their doubleheader, non-conference games against John Carroll on Thursday, March 22 at Margaret Sagan Field. In the opening game, the Bishops lost, 2-0. John Carroll’s pitcher–Brittany Danilov–and OWU right-hander, sophomore Dani Haley, went head to head in a [...]

March 30, 2012 Sports
Firedogs throw to second place finish

Firedogs throw to second place finish

The Ohio Wesleyan Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team took second place in a frisbee tournament over spring break. The Firedogs were invited to the Hightide Frisbee Tournament, which went on from March 13 to March 16. They competed with 36 teams [...]

March 30, 2012 Sports
Students and faculty gather on Fraternity Hill to light candles in memory of Jake Von Der Vellen.

Igniting memories beneath a stormy sky: Candlelight vigil held Sunday night honors Sig Ep president lost in car crash

Hundreds of members of the Ohio Wesleyan community gathered outside the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity Sunday evening for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of Jake Von Der Vellen, who died in a car accident Friday morning. Junior Marshall Morris, president [...]

March 23, 2012 News
OWU students meet with Irish Prime Minster Edna Kenny during a politics and government department travel learning course.

Students, faculty learn from experience abroad

Every year, Ohio Wesleyan students embark with professors to explore and experience the world. During spring break, travel-study programs dazzle students with sights, sounds and events. While students may never forget their time in Costa Rica or Ireland, they are [...]

March 23, 2012 News