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Peacekeeping and persecution: Professor Twesigye reflects on Uganda

Nicole Barhorst, Transcript Correspondent Religion can bring millions of people together, but it can also be used as a tool to divide a nation. Religion professor Emmanuel Twesigye has experienced this firsthand. Born and raised in Uganda, Twesigye worked to [...]

February 22, 2016 News

WCSA discusses budget requests, approves most

“This is it! Retirement is coming,” said President Jerry Lherisson, a senior. The final full senate meeting of the semester for the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) was Dec. 7, and most discussion focused on the requested budget of [...]

December 7, 2015 News

WCSA constitution may be revised

As the semester winds down, senators continue to work on projects outlined at their last full senate meeting that were designed to effectively spend leftover funds. At the Nov. 30 full senate meeting of the Wesleyan Council of Student Affairs (WCSA), [...]

November 30, 2015 News

You’re only human

It’s nearing “that time of the semester” again. The weather’s getting colder and gloomier. Stress is visible on the face of every student. Anything with caffeine in it is flying off the shelves and out of the fridges at the Thomson convenience [...]

November 20, 2015 Opinion

WCSA discusses where to spend rollover funds

Elections have closed for all positions on the Wesleyan Council of Student Affairs (WCSA) except treasurer, and applications are still being accepted. Senior Jerry Lherisson, president of WCSA, began the Nov. 16 meeting by offering his congratulations to the new position holders. [...]

November 16, 2015 News

Axelrod, men’s basketball open season with high hopes

By: Evan Walsh, Transcript correspondent In basketball, size matters. Don’t tell sophomore Nate Axelrod that. Despite his small stature, last year’s National Freshman of the Year is ready to lead the Ohio Wesleyan men’s basketball team to another conference title. “I’m not [...]

November 13, 2015 Sports

Card office does more than give student IDs: just ask Nancy Tumeo

Need a hug? Just go to the card office in the Hamilton­-Williams Campus Center. Most students, faculty and staff probably know Nancy Tumeo as “the card office lady,” but Tumeo does a lot more than generate student IDs and track food [...]

November 12, 2015 News

Provost, professor and president: Louthan discusses 43 years at OWU

Many students know William Louthan as the politics and government professor with a penchant for constitutional law and judicial politics. But in his 43-­year tenure at Ohio Wesleyan, he has also served as provost for 14 years and president for one. Louthan [...]

November 5, 2015 News

New Dean of Students here to help but not to stay

Want to give Kurt Holmes, the interim Dean of Students, an “earful” about student life over orange juice and omelets? Well, Holmes wants that too. In the first profile of a new series focusing on administrators who have a major impact [...]

October 6, 2015 News

It’s not as simple as “Stranger Danger”

We all know about the man in the dark alley at night. We’ve heard all about him since we were little. Heard about his hunger, his violence, his hands. He’s always a man. He’s always in an alley. It’s always at night. [...]

October 1, 2015 Opinion