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Upperclassmen, young alumni share stories, advice for freshmen

Upperclassmen and young alumni were asked about their freshmen year through online interviews. This is what they had to say: What do you wish you had known as an incoming freshman at OWU? Julia Stone ‘16 That I shouldn’t try [...]

June 7, 2015 Opinion

OWU gets $50,000 grant to study waste reduction in eastern Asia

Making interdisciplinary connections and improving waste reduction methods are the goals of the team of faculty recently awarded a $50,000 grant. The grant is one of five awarded nationwide and comes from the Henry Luce Foundation, a nonprofit with a [...]

April 24, 2015 News

Treating elderly like toddlers needs to stop

Every time I hear someone call a senior citizen “adorable” or “cute,” I have to try not to cringe. If there is an older couple walking arm in arm down the street or an elderly woman pushing a cart through [...]

April 13, 2015 Opinion

Award-winning musical brings satire and singing to OWU

An evil corporation charges people for peeing in order to control water consumption in the Tony Award-winning Urinetown: the Musical, coming to Ohio Wesleyan on April 17. Senior Ian Boyle describes the play as a satire of capitalism, social irresponsibility, [...]

April 8, 2015 Entertainment

Competing interests overshadow India’s global potential

For India to take a lead role on the world stage it must overcome an assortment of competing sectarian influences that keep it from becoming a unified nation. It’s a tall order, said Ohio Wesleyan University professor Blake Michael in [...]

March 27, 2015 News

One choice. 7000 lives.

Nearly every American over the age of 18 is at least vaguely aware that the meat they consume doesn’t come from happy cows, pigs and chickens leading long, natural lives on a picturesque farm. However, most people try not to [...]

March 25, 2015 Opinion

Part-time faculty losing jobs due to low enrollment

Part-time faculty positions are being cut across many disciplines, but some departments are facing greater challenges than others. Provost Chuck Stinemetz said departments request part-time faculty each year, and 88 percent of requests for next year were granted. Reductions were [...]

March 17, 2015 News

Gender-inclusive housing in 2016?

Ohio Wesleyan’s lack of gender-inclusive housing may prevent some students from living with who they are comfortable with, and Residential Life (ResLife) has plans to change this. Gender-inclusive housing means students of all gender identities can live together in the [...]

February 25, 2015 News

Lecture series hosts speaker on digital privacy

The latest Great Decisions Community Discussion Series drew a crowd of 60 Delaware residents to the basement of the William Street United Methodist Church Friday, Feb. 13. There, Nationwide Insurance vice president, assistant general counsel and chief privacy officer Kirk [...]

February 16, 2015 News

Survey on sexual assault sent to students

On Jan. 19, President Rock Jones emailed Ohio Wesleyan students asking them to complete a survey on sexual assault, which included questions about how safe students feel on campus and their confidence in school officials. According to the email, the [...]

February 4, 2015 News, Uncategorized