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‘OWU Better Together’ a winner at Interfaith Youth Core

‘OWU Better Together’ a winner at Interfaith Youth Core

(From left to right) Senior Kelsey Gallaher, Myriem Ibourk ’14, senior Katie Butt and Chaplin Jon Powers pose with Eboo Patel, the founder of the Interfaith Leadership Institute (center). Photo: OWU communications. By Spenser Hickey Managing Editor Senior Katie Butt didn’t [...]

June 16, 2014 Uncategorized
Nicholas Eber, 23, arrested in connection to stabbing case

Nicholas Eber, 23, arrested in connection to stabbing case

By Ellin Youse Editor-in-Chief  The Delaware Police Department (DPD) arrested Nicholas Corey Lee Eber, 23, of Delaware, OH on charges of attempted murder and felonious assault against senior Anthony Peddle. Eber is suspected to have stabbed Peddle the morning of [...]

May 8, 2014 Uncategorized
Police obtain search warrant in stabbing case

Police obtain search warrant in stabbing case

By Ellin Youse and Spenser Hickey Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor Delaware Police Detective David McQuigg, investigator in Saturday’s stabbing of senior Anthony Peddle, received a search warrant Monday morning for a smart phone and other electronic devices that may contain [...]

May 5, 2014 Uncategorized
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Despite problems, OWU more understanding than many

It’s no secret that I am a strong advocate for mental illness awareness and resources. I’ve written several columns about the issue in response to the changes in Counseling Services that have occurred over the last year. While our Counseling [...]

April 18, 2014 Opinion
A response from the editor

A response from the editor

When I wrote my column “Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny,” the only person I thought I might offend was the man I described as making an offensive comment to me after I took a spill on [...]

February 28, 2014 Opinion
Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny

Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny

If you know me, you know I love shoes. I never discriminate against a cute pair of high top sneakers or turn down an opportunity to wear five inch heels. I have about 109 pairs, and my collection continues to [...]

February 22, 2014 Opinion
OWU without Elliott: The untold stories of flooding’s aftermath

OWU without Elliott: The untold stories of flooding’s aftermath

Q: How has the Elliott shutdown affected the proceedings of student board members? A: I haven’t been affected by the closing of Elliot Hall too much yet. The biggest inconvenience has been for professors who lost research, had books destroyed [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Drying out Elliott Hall, one book at a time

Drying out Elliott Hall, one book at a time

When Public Safety Officer Jay McCann walked into the foyer of Elliott Hall the evening of Jan. 8, a waterfall greeted him. “My first feelings can be described as very emotional,” McCann said. “Here stands the matriarch of our community [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

By Ellin Youse A & E Editor For centuries, humans have danced for their desires. We dance for rain, for harvest, for weddings, for coming of age ceremonies, for hope, and for support. As long as there have been human [...]

September 29, 2013 News
Double Life: Newest addition to dance program takes the stage and students by storm as visiting professor, artistic director

Double Life: Newest addition to dance program takes the stage and students by storm as visiting professor, artistic director

By Ellin Youse Arts & Entertainment Editor Rashana Smith is a loving wife and a new mother to a seven-month-old baby girl. For fun, Smith is an active member of the Ohio Roller Girls’ Gang Green roller team.  She enjoys [...]

September 22, 2013 Entertainment