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Poverty in Delaware reflects gender gap

Employment gaps between men and women are widening nationally, and Delaware County is no exception. The official definition used by the U.S. Census reads, “If a family’s total income is less than the family’s threshold, then that family and every individual in [...]

June 13, 2014 News

Rocking on Rowland

Day on the JAY may have been pushed inside because of the rain, but the sun came out for the inaugural Rock the Block event later that evening. Although the event was the Student Involvement Office’s idea, they worked in [...]

May 5, 2014 News

OWU prepares for NCAA championships

Delaware and athletes prepare for the NCAA D-3 National Track and Field Championships, which will be held at Selby Field from May 22 to May 24. City Manager Tom Homan said this is the second time the Championships have come [...]

May 5, 2014 Sports

SLUs bring mental health awareness to campus

Junior Kristen Krak and sophomores Margot Reed and Zoe Morris put on “Anthology of Survival” for their SLU house projects. Reed describes the event as “a production produced and written by students, for the students.” “It focuses on breaking the [...]

April 24, 2014 Entertainment

Baseball looks to improve NCAC record

The Baseball team currently stands at 6-18 this season and 1-7 in the NCAC, and is looking to change their outcome as the season draws to a close. Despite getting a shaky start in their season, Head coach Tyler Mott [...]

April 18, 2014 Sports

Senior honored as ‘Ohio Student Teacher of the Year’

The Ohio Association of Teacher Educators (OACTE) gives out the annual award of “Ohio Student Teacher of the Year.” This year, senior Kelly Maier won the honor and is the second Ohio Wesleyan student in the past few years to [...]

April 10, 2014 News

Spectrum Center, scholarships receive endowment

President Rock Jones recently emailed students and staff about a donation given by Trustee Dan Glaser (’82). The donation is a five-year endowment of $850,000 and is to be used as a scholarship for students coming from single-parent households, and [...]

April 3, 2014 News

New coach brings fresh expectations

Tom Drabczyk, Jr. Ohio Wesleyan’s new head tennis coach said his job has been a process. “OWU has had great tradition in tennis, we are building the culture necessary to grow the program moving forward and bring us back to [...]

March 31, 2014 Sports

New award to honor former professor

Photo: Connect2OWU This year the President Commission on Racial and Cultural Diversity has added the Guy Sarvis Award to the Golden Bishops celebration of achievements. “The President’s Commission on Racial and Cultural Diversity (PCORCD) is a group of faculty, staff, [...]

March 21, 2014 News
Local non-profit helps shine a light

Local non-profit helps shine a light

Despite limited attendance, Ohio Wesleyan students embraced distinctive cultural dances last Friday in a workshop sponsored by SANGAM, the South Asian student organization on campus. Senior Krina Patel, SANGAM president, said the event was the first of its kind. The [...]

March 6, 2014 Entertainment