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Get to know Big E

Ela Mazumdar, Transcript Reporter Erik Brewer or “Big E” is a barista at Ohio Wesleyan for Chartwells.  But to OWU students, faculty and staff, he is much more than that.  He is a mentor, a friend and inspiration. Brewer has been [...]

February 4, 2016 News
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SLUs on the move

Gopika Nair, Chief Copy Editor Dilapidation, bats and bees might alarm some, but for residents of Inter-Faith House (IF) and Peace and Justice House (P&J), leaving that behind means letting go of some cherished memories. In an email addressed to the [...]

February 3, 2016 News
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Sagan series is talking trash

  Ross Hickenbottom, Sports Editor The 2016 Sagan National Colloquium speaker series kicked off on Jan. 27 with Ohio Wesleyan geography department’s John Krygier introducing Sarah Moore who presented “Tracking trans-national hazardous waste trading: methodological problems and partial solutions.” Moore [...]

February 3, 2016 News
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Olmstead goes from print to screen

Ross Hickenbottom, Sports Editor Ohio Wesleyan’s Robert Olmstead has teamed up with two Hollywood in-laws, Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck to create a film based on his novel “Far Bright Star.” Olmstead is an “established writer of fiction,” with four novels [...]

February 2, 2016 News
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MLK: a legacy to remember

By Courtney Dunne, Copy Editor On Jan. 18, many children enjoyed their days off relaxing at home, while Ohio Wesleyan University was up bright and early to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at breakfast.   Many members of the [...]

January 21, 2016 News
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Remembering Brandon Sega

By Sara Hollabaugh, Arts & Entertainment Editor The tragic death of a beloved friend invites shared memories and a petition to keep drunk drivers off the road. Brandon Sega ’13 was killed Dec. 31, 2015 in a two-car accident. Jason Lonneman [...]

January 20, 2016 News
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Bishops third in NCAC all-sport championship, trailing DePauw, Denison

By: Ross Hickenbottom, Transcript Correspondent All seven fall sports NCAC championships have been decided, placing DePauw University in first, Denison University in second and Ohio Wesleyan trailing the pack in third. The Tigers of DePauw captured their first­-ever NCAC title in women’s soccer [...]

December 10, 2015 Sports
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First Friday festivities are big hit

By: Jordyn Hollenbeck, Transcript Correspondent The horse-­drawn carriage, the visit to Santa’s house and the popular tree lighting ceremony. Every December, the Delaware community unites to celebrate the Christmas season. On the first Friday of every month, a non­-profit organization named [...]

December 10, 2015 News
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Chamber Choir fills Gray Chapel with song and applause

By: Beth Ward, Transcript Correspondent The voices of 60 Ohio Wesleyan students filled the chambers of Gray Chapel as the Choral Art Society and Chamber Choir performed their winter concert. The Choral Art Society and the Chamber Choir performed on Sunday [...]

December 10, 2015 Entertainment
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Students studying abroad pack up, return home

By: Daniel Terman, Transcript Correspondent As finals approach, students abroad are packing their bags and preparing for their journey home for the holidays. Starting in early September, study abroad programs begin and students leave for their prospective countries and programs. Junior Claire O’Keeffe [...]

December 10, 2015 News