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The worst is yet to come

The other day my friends and I were trying to recall the most embarrassing concert we had ever attended. Performers such as Lil’ Kim and the Jo Bros were mentioned before it donned on us: the most embarrassing was yet [...]

March 26, 2015 Opinion

International students pressured to find jobs post-grad

With graduation looming, seniors are beginning to feel the pressure of uncertain post-grad plans. International students—if they wish to stay in the country—must find a job within three to five months of graduation, adding extra stress to this already tumultuous [...]

March 18, 2015 News

Fundraising central topic at faculty meeting

Ohio Wesleyan has not done a great job of keeping parents and alumni involved and connected to the university, according to the vice president for university advancement Colleen Garland. That has to change and will change, Garland told faculty at [...]

October 29, 2014 News

Online classes on OWU’s horizon

Online courses could be the future of Ohio Wesleyan’s curriculum. This month, a faculty focus group assembled to assess the idea, focusing on the fact that offering this additional course structure could provide revenue for the university. The ability to [...]

October 2, 2014 News

Delta Gamma does a week of good

Students around campus focused on giving back last week as part of “Do Good Week” presented by Delta Gamma (DG). Delta Gamma’s motto is Do Good and Delta Gamma nationally encouraged chapters in the US and Canada to Do Good [...]

September 25, 2014 News

Mobile Food Market provides fresh produce to Delaware disadvantaged

“Numbers 93 to 100,” called Sister Sandy, over a din of muffled voices. “Numbers 93 to 100, you are up.” The numbers refer to the order of individuals waiting to collect food during Mobile Food Market, held at Highpoint Church [...]

April 18, 2014 News
New NCAA ruling on athlete unions will not affect OWU athletes

New NCAA ruling on athlete unions will not affect OWU athletes

A Labor Relations Board hearing commenced last Wednesday, in response to a group of Northwestern football players who signed a petition to seek union protection; the outcome of which could have historic implications for college athletics. The petition is the [...]

February 22, 2014 Sports
Swimming team falls, but solo students rise to success

Swimming team falls, but solo students rise to success

Freshman Anne Edwards set a school record at last weekend’s swimming and diving competitions, but the men’s and women’s teams still lost to Denison University and Kenyon College. The two dual meets were their last preconference meets of the season, [...]

February 6, 2014 Sports
Devices allow students to track vital signs, fitness

Devices allow students to track vital signs, fitness

By Hannah Urano Copy Editor Health and human kinetics courses are integrating new technology into their classes, allowing students to get first-hand experience with fitness and health monitoring wristbands. In the Exercise Perception course, taught by Nancy Knop, students were [...]

September 22, 2013 News