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President’s Club recruits leaders for membership

President’s Club recruits leaders for membership

  With members active in the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs and Greek and Residential Life, President’s Club is home to many of the campus’ leaders – and they’re seeking more. Applications will be available until March 3rd for students [...]

February 13, 2014 News
Black history events offer insight, education

Black history events offer insight, education

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Reporter Students continue to celebrate Black History Month with events put on by various African-American groups on campus. The first event was the Feb. 3rd screening of the film “Black in America 2,” a CNN documentary [...]

February 13, 2014 News
Real-life violence affects value of Allen films

Real-life violence affects value of Allen films

I’ve never seen a Woody Allen film. “Annie Hall,” “Manhattan,” “Midnight in Paris,” “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” — all impeccable films, I’m sure, but none of them have come into my consciousness as a consumer of art. Perhaps that’s why it’s [...]

February 6, 2014 Opinion
Delaware loses beloved downtown bookstore

Delaware loses beloved downtown bookstore

By Breanne Reilly Transcript Reporter Beehive Books, located at 25 North Sandusky St., is closing on Jan. 31 because the two owners, Linda and Joe Diamond, could not find a buyer to purchase the bookstore. “We want something that will [...]

January 30, 2014 Entertainment
Student charged with second-degree felony

Student charged with second-degree felony

Last updated Dec. 6, 4:04 p.m. By Noah Manskar, Editor-in-Chief News Editor Spenser Hickey contributed reporting to this story. A former Ohio Wesleyan student is out of jail awaiting indictment after being arrested and charged with inducing panic, a second-degree [...]

December 5, 2013 News
Alexis Krauss: Ready for a fight

Alexis Krauss: Ready for a fight

By Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief Sleigh Bells are certainly a restless band. In 2012 they put out the strikingly dark “Reign of Terror,” a contrast to their debut “Treats,” and promoted it with a tour supported by Brooklyn-based black metal band [...]

November 6, 2013 Entertainment
Students out of hospitals after Monday night accident

Students out of hospitals after Monday night accident

Updated Nov. 5, 2013, 9:06 p.m. By Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief Two Ohio Wesleyan students have been released from hospitalization after being struck by a car Monday evening. Freshmen Gabriela Colmenares and Hector Rueda were hit crossing Liberty Street going east [...]

November 4, 2013 Uncategorized
As crazy as it seems, resistance to hate is still important

As crazy as it seems, resistance to hate is still important

By Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief When I first saw the evangelizing subjects of page three’s story at the end of the JAYwalk last Wednesday, I just rolled my eyes. I would say most of the Ohio Wesleyan community understands the danger [...]

November 2, 2013 Opinion
A different size, a new direction

A different size, a new direction

The copy of The Transcript you’re holding in your hands is a bit smaller than you’re used to—as of this week, the paper is a tabloid-size publication. “Tabloid” is certainly a loaded term. It conjures up images of the National [...]

November 1, 2013 Opinion
Change is possible through inspired, united action

Change is possible through inspired, united action

It started in the 1980’s. I wish I could claim the idea for our Tent City protest was my own, but I recycled the idea from the tactic used by students on campuses across the country, as they demanded their [...]

October 7, 2013 Opinion