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Global Grab: Violence in Nigeria, Ukraine Tensions, Climate Inaction

The Issue: Ukraine  Another deadline has passed in the ongoing Ukrainian crisis. The Ukrainian government wanted pro-Russian militants out of the country’s east. The deadline was set for Monday, April 14, but nothing was done to reinforce it. According to [...]

April 18, 2014 Entertainment

SoundOff OWU: What movie are you dying to see?


April 10, 2014 Video
Illustration by Ellin Youse

Transcript Spotlight – April 10, 2014


April 10, 2014 Video
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Northwestern athletes seek to unionize

Northwestern University football players will vote April 25 whether to unionize after the National Labor Relations Board ruled in March that players are employees of the school and have the right to form unions. Northwestern is appealing the decision. The [...]

April 10, 2014 Sports

Smoking committee shouldn’t light up new policy too hastily

A debate that got rather heated and resulted in little meaningful compromise three years ago was resurrected this week. Yesterday was the first meeting of a new Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs committee of students administrators and service providers (including [...]

April 3, 2014 Opinion

Global Grab: Still-missing MH 370, unrest in Ukraine, Egypt executions

The Issue: MH 370 On Monday, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced the missing plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean. The new confirmation came from Inmarsat, a British company that provided the satellite data, and from the British [...]

March 31, 2014 News
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‘Butterfly Confessions’ vitally grows our heads, hearts

On Tuesday night I was privileged to attend and photograph the dress rehearsal for this weekend’s performances of “Butterfly Confessions” and “The Vagina Monologues.” I know the latter fairly well — I first read it for the introductory women’s and [...]

March 31, 2014 Opinion
A member of the Delaware Fire Department removes water from the second floor of Stuyvesant Hall, where a sprinkler flooded a room late Friday morning.

Sprinkler floods Stuyvesant Hall

A member of the Delaware Fire Department removes water from the second floor of Stuyvesant Hall, where a sprinkler flooded a room late Friday morning. Photo by Noah Manskar Some residents of Stuyvesant Hall’s second floor are drying out their [...]

March 22, 2014 News
Senior Erika Nininger sings and plays the keyboard.
Photos by Noah Manskar

‘Wahoo-ing’ downtown for First Friday

Music from Ohio Wesleyan student band Wahoo Sam Crawford flared through Endangered Species as a supplement to Delaware’s First Friday of March festivities. The downtown Delaware record store, owned by Patrick Bailey, has hosted performances in its locale for the [...]

March 22, 2014 Entertainment
In defiance of ‘the opposite of ordinary’

In defiance of ‘the opposite of ordinary’

A few weeks ago I attended every involved Ohio Wesleyan student’s favorite spring-semester reason to complain – OWU Summit. The three-and-a-half-hour conference is, in theory, a good idea. It seeks to unite all campus leaders (a fairly dubious term) to [...]

March 5, 2014 Opinion