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The California state legislature passed a bill mandating an affirmative consent standard for universities receiving state funds last week. Photo: Wikimedia

Affirmative consent is an important step in anti-rape policy

By Spenser Hickey and Noah Manskar Managing Editor and Online Editor As colleges around the nation and the federal government work to address the epidemic of sexual violence on campuses, the California state legislature recently took a revolutionary step with [...]

September 18, 2014 Opinion
The photo booth was one of many activities that attracted students to the event last Friday night.

Students gather to Stuy up

Photos by Spenser Hickey and Jane Suttmeier [...]

September 18, 2014 News
Yik Yak can't be used within a certain radius of middle and high schools.

Taking the good with the bad on Yik Yak

Does OWU’s new social media infatuation bring students together or rip them apart? By Ellin Youse and Miranda Anthony Editor-in-Chief and Transcript Reporter If it’s happening at Ohio Wesleyan, chances are it’s being talked about on Yik Yak. The app is [...]

September 18, 2014 News
A drone flies over Ohio Wesleyan during Day on the JAY. Photo by Spenser Hickey

Departments use drones for dollars

By Ellin Youse and Jamell Brown-Smith Editor-in-Chief and Transcript Reporter Departments at Ohio Wesleyan University are using small, pilotless aircrafts, or drones, to cheaply produce content that would otherwise cost thousands of extra dollars. Drone is a term that is [...]

September 17, 2014 News
Author Donovan Hohn recreates his mention of an albatross in his book “Moby-Duck" during his lecture opening the 30th annual Sagan National Colloquium. Photo by Jane Suttmeier

‘Moby-Duck’ author opens 30th Sagan National Colloquim

By Miranda Anthony Transcript Reporter Thursday at 7 p.m., national bestselling author Donovan Hohn presented “The Blind Oceanographer: Lessons from the Hunt for Moby Duck” to students and faculty members in the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center, launching Ohio Wesleyan University’s 2014 [...]

September 11, 2014 News
Junior Abi Care Horvat adds to "Sunset on the Bayou," one of three murals she'll paint at the new J. Gumbo's location, on Aug. 30. Photo: Abi Care Horvat on Facebook

Student’s murals color new J. Gumbo’s location

  By Nicole Barhorst Transcript Reporter After Richard Upton’s J. Gumbo’s completes its move to 9 N. Sandusky St., a trio of murals by junior Abi Care Horvat will be the “centerpiece of the conversation,” he said. Horvat, a fine [...]

September 5, 2014 Entertainment
Alex Paquet talks with a fellow student at an intimate show in the Chi Phi fraternity house's formal room. The OWU junior, who released an EP titled "Stay Quiet, Stay Ahead" last year, recorded his set onto a cassette tape. Photo by Nicole Barhorst

Field Sleeper records intimate set at Chi Phi house

By Nicole Barhorst Transcript Reporter Nearly two dozen students were snapping their fingers after each song junior Alex Paquet, known on stage as Field Sleeper, played in Chi Phi’s formal room last Wednesday at 8 p.m. The show’s original location [...]

September 5, 2014 Entertainment
New head field hockey coach Hannah Allison. Photo: battlingbishops.com

Field hockey coaches’ role swap a ‘win-win situation’

By Philippe Chauveau Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan field hockey team is under new management, so to speak. Former head coach Marge Redmond stepped down, allowing for Hannah Allison, her assistant coach last season, to take over the position. As [...]

September 4, 2014 Sports
Chappelear Drama Center, home of Ohio Wesleyan's theatre department. Photo: news.owu.edu

Theatre department grows with new faces

By Nicole Barhorst Transcript Reporter With more freshmen intending to major or minor in theater than in past years at Ohio Wesleyan University, the October production of William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” will feature a host of new faces. [...]

September 4, 2014 Entertainment
Image: Wikipedia

This summer’s World Cup won’t be all fun and games

By Philippe Chaveau Guest Columnist  This summer the world will stop for the FIFA World Cup, hosted in Brazil for the first time since 1950. As a Brazilian native, I can honestly say that I have dreamt of this moment. [...]

May 5, 2014 Opinion