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Nicholas Eber in court on Tuesday. Photo: Glenn Battishill for the Delaware Gazette

Eber convicted of three felonies

By Noah Manskar and Olivia Lease Online Editor and Copy Editor A jury of eight women and four men has found Nicholas Eber, 24, guilty on three felony charges in the stabbing of Anthony Peddle ’14. Eber was convicted of attempted [...]

December 12, 2014 News

Defense raises further doubts in Eber trial

By Noah Manskar and Hannah Urano Online Editor and News Editor Defense attorney Joel Spitzer continued to raise doubts Wednesday about the state’s case against Nicholas Eber, the Delaware man accused of stabbing Anthony Peddle ’14. Spitzer showed the jury [...]

December 11, 2014 News
The Delaware County Court  of Common Pleas at 91 N. Sandusky St. Photo: jjeffjackson.com

Defense puts forward different attacker in Nicholas Eber trial

By Ellin Youse and Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief and Online Editor On the first day of the trial of Nicholas Eber, the Delaware man charged with attempted murder and three other felonies for allegedly stabbing former Ohio Wesleyan senior class president Anthony [...]

December 10, 2014 News
Ohio Wesleyan's Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship hosted the annual Economic Outlook Conference on Nov. 12. Photo by Mark Schmitter for Connect2OWU

Economists discuss the future

By Hayley Walls Transcript Correspondent A panel of economists provided insight on the global, national and local economies to the campus and Delaware community at Ohio Wesleyan’s annual Economic Outlook Conference on Nov. 12. The conference consisted of presentations by [...]

December 4, 2014 News
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In defense of the concept of privilege

By Ashley Biser Last week, professor Erin Flynn shared in The Transcript “Notes on the concept of (white, male) privilege.” In his piece, he argued the concept of privilege is problematic, not because it does not exist, but because it [...]

December 3, 2014 Opinion, Soapbox
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Notes on the concept of (white, male…) privilege

By Erin Flynn A few years ago faculty at Ohio Wesleyan held a meeting on dealing with disruptive students in the classroom. I was surprised. In my experience, OWU students were overwhelmingly respectful, even nice. I certainly didn’t have a [...]

November 21, 2014 Opinion, Soapbox
Dietitian Becky Nardin-Hardy. Photo: OhioHealth

University dietitian continues to offer services to students despite low turnout

By Hayley Walls Transcript Correspondent Despite low student interest in the past, Ohio Wesleyan’s Student Health Services has a dietitian for the third consecutive year to help students learn ways to eat healthier on campus. The university has offered the [...]

November 20, 2014 News
The People In Need headquarters on Johnson Drive. Photo: delawarepeopleinneed.org

Students support People In Need

  By Haley Walls Transcript Correspondent Ohio Wesleyan University is conducting a Thanksgiving Food Drive to support People In Need (PIN), a local social services agency, from Oct. 28 through Nov. 21. Collection boxes are located in participating campus departments, [...]

November 13, 2014 News
Image: nationalservice.gov

OWU receives interfaith award

By Maddie Oslejsek Transcript Correspondent President Barack Obama and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) recognized Ohio Wesleyan in September for its achievements in interfaith community service this year. The university has been recognized on the President’s Higher Education [...]

November 13, 2014 News
The university’s current proposal in the Student Housing Master Plan is to move the Small Living Unit houses on Rowland Avenue  into more centralized communities on Oak Hill Avenue.

Forum continues conversation about SLUs’ future

By Leah Budde Copy Editor President Rock Jones posed three questions to members of the Small Living Unit (SLU) community during a forum on Oct. 21st, starting a conversation about the collective future of the residences. Several of the themed [...]

November 13, 2014 News