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Local ice cream shop welcomes back customers

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor Dari Point is officially open for the season. The locally, family owned ice cream shop is now open from mid-Feb. and closes mid-Oct. The ice cream shop opened on Feb. 15 and welcomed the warm [...]

March 2, 2017 News

Professor Goran Skosples says European finances uncertain

By Evan Walsh, Chief Copy Editor Goran Skosples has an optimistic, but uncertain, view of the ongoing economic crisis in Europe. An associate professor of economics at Ohio Wesleyan University, Skosples is a native of Croatia. He paid particular attention to those ways in which [...]

March 2, 2017 News

WCSA Today: WCSA discusses the closing of an Indiana college and what it means for OWU students

By Liz Hardaway, Arts & Entertainment Editor Saint Joseph’s College in Indiana is temporarily closing their doors next fall, and Ohio Wesleyan will help pick up the slack. “Ohio Wesleyan has already offered [Saint Joseph’s College students] financial accommodations to match all non-athletic scholarships, plus $6,000 [...]

March 2, 2017 News

The Board of Trustees travel to Florida for an update on OWU’s campus status

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor The Ohio Wesleyan Board of Trustees held an offsite three-day retreat in Florida; it’s the first offsite meeting since 2014. The meeting took place in Naples, Florida, from Feb. 9 through Feb. 11. with President Rock Jones, several trustees, [...]

March 2, 2017 News

CPB announces headliner

By Sara Hollabaugh, Online Editor The Campus Programming Board (CPB) is bringing The Mowgli’s as the headliner to Ohio Wesleyan for Bishop Bash this year. Planning since last year, junior Kristen Nooney, CPB president, said it was a long process of finalizing the [...]

March 2, 2017 News

Ohio Wesleyan men’s basketball roll past the College of Wooster

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor The Ohio Wesleyan University men’s basketball climbed to the top of the NCAC standings with a win against the College of Wooster on Feb. 11. Senior Ben Simpson and junior Nate Axelrod contributed nearly 50 points combined in the [...]

February 16, 2017 Sports

The BEAT: #Fest brings Migos as additional headliner

By John Bonus, Transcript Reporter The Number Fest has announced the final headlining artist of the biggest college music festival in the country and it is a big one… or better yet, three. Migos will be the performing at the music festival [...]

February 16, 2017 Entertainment

Play makes mighty roar in Studio

By Liz Hardaway, Arts & Entertainment Editor “La Comedia Teatro” has come to town and is bringing classic Rome to the Studio Theater. “Androcles and the Lion,” a children’s play, brings to life the story of Androcles, played by junior Charlie Lennon, who is [...]

February 16, 2017 Entertainment

Short film makes history

By Gopika Hair, Editor-in-Chief Senior Trent Williams made history Feb. 3, during Black History Month, by being the first black director/producer to create and showcase a film with an all-black cast. 1. What was most challenging about bringing the play to life? The biggest [...]

February 16, 2017 Entertainment

Love is a battlefield: Which side are you on?

By Evan Walsh and Sara Hollabaugh By Evan Walsh, Chief Copy Editor Boxes of chocolates, roses, dinners your college budget can’t afford—Valentine’s Day just came and went. I want to leave you bachelorettes and bachelors with some survival tips for Valentine’s Day 2018. [...]

February 16, 2017 Opinion