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Jack of all trades

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Wes Welker kicked a field goal against the New England Patriots in 2004. An NFL wide receiver has not kicked a field goal since. The Ohio Wesleyan football team has a wide receiver of their own who, [...]

October 23, 2015 Sports

Fall season brings change in staffing

During the fall season, the color of the leaves changes, the temperature changes and the flavor of your latte changes. This year, the staff at Ohio Wesleyan changed as well. The head of Buildings and Grounds (B&G), Dennis Wall, recently quit [...]

October 22, 2015 News

OWU a great place to do business

The sign over the Jay Walk says it all. “#1 in Ohio, #17 in America!” Shortly after being ranked No. 17 in the nation among “America’s Most Entrepreneurial Colleges 2015” by Forbes magazine, Ohio Wesleyan University announced that the department of economics [...]

October 17, 2015 News

Gordin Classic golf tournament turns 25

It’s a cause for celebration. Named after Ohio Wesleyan’s long-­time golf coach Dick Gordin, the Gordin Classic golf tournament has been a fixture of OWU athletics for a quarter century. Gordin was coach of the men’s golf team from 1955 to [...]

October 7, 2015 Sports

A change of schedule provides real life experience

For a number of health and human kinetics (HHK) students, Welch Gym is no longer a fitness center. It’s a classroom. A new twist in this year’s schedule was the latest attempt to encourage students to be aware of fitness as HHK [...]

October 1, 2015 News

OWU’s marketing: a banquet of changes

Are you hungry for excellence? Ravenous to learn? Have an insatiable appetite? Ohio Wesleyan’s marketing team has chosen the theme of hunger to create a new, bold look for promotional materials, the website and campus itself. “Everyone knows what being hungry [...]

September 24, 2015 News

Delaware, OH: home of the fair

Delaware, Ohio. The Dirty D. Delaweird. The 7­4­0. It doesn’t matter what you call it, it’s still small ­town Ohio. And what seems to go hand in hand with small­town Ohio? The county fair. Yes, the Delaware County Fair begins this [...]

September 18, 2015 Opinion

Fraternity houses neglected over the summer

If your room is infested with bees and covered in a layer of dust upon your return to campus, it can make move­-in difficult. That’s exactly what happened at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house. Bill Milanick, a senior, reported that the [...]

September 17, 2015 News

The new face of OWU field hockey

A good offense is the best defense. There’s a reason we hear it so much. Field hockey head coach Brenda Semit has preached defense since her first day at Ohio Wesleyan in August. “I always tell them ‘the first line of [...]

September 15, 2015 Sports

New Year’s Eve in August

The first day of school is like January 1st. Although the amount of alcohol consumed during syllabus week and the night before the new year is eerily similar, that’s not the reason for the correlation. There’s more to it. Go [...]

September 1, 2015 Opinion