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All posts by Spencer Kirksey

The decline and future of house parents

House parents, live-in moderators for fraternities and sororities are not common at Ohio Wesleyan. But a remaining few still hold the title. A house parent is similar to a Residential Advisor (RA). They deal with managing property, handling conflicts and sometimes [...]

March 19, 2015 News

Jay Martin receives grant to combat hazing

Many great things come from athletics, but hazing is not one of them. Ohio Wesleyan men’s soccer coach and health and human kinetics professor Jay Martin is looking to address this problem. “Hazing has always been an interest to me,” [...]

March 18, 2015 News

Men’s lacrosse takes on opposition and weather

Freezing temperatures and several inches of snow could not stop the Ohio Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team; however, it did cause them some trouble. Because of bad weather, the team had their Feb. 14 season opener against Augustana College moved to [...]

March 2, 2015 Sports

Women’s House now SAGE

Ohio Wesleyan University is saying goodbye to the Women’s House as it has come to be known; instead the Small Living Unit (SLU) will go by its new name: Sexuality and Gender Equality House (SAGE). SAGE house moderator, senior Meredith [...]

February 28, 2015 News

U.S. policy in Africa comes in different shapes

On the sidelines when Europe colonized Africa in the 19th century, the United States’ role on the continent changed when decolonization began after World War II, said Ghana native Randolph Quaye. Quaye, director of the Black World Studies program at [...]

February 27, 2015 News

Nobel Prize winner to be honored at Heritage Day

Ohio Wesleyan alumnus and 1995 Nobel Prize winner Frank Sherwood Rowland will be honored at the next Heritage Day celebration in November. Sherwood, who was born in Delaware, Ohio, won the 1995 Nobel Prize for his work in chemistry alongside [...]

February 26, 2015 News

IOCP keeps in contact with returning OWU students

For Ohio Wesleyan students, going off campus and studying abroad can be a challenge. The International and Off Campus Programs (IOCP) office is there to make that challenge a little bit easier. While the number of OWU students traveling off [...]

February 18, 2015 News

Bladin’ in the Benes rooms

On Friday, Feb. 13, the Campus Planning Board (CPB) installed a makeshift roller rink over the entire Benes room floor. The event lasted from 7-10 p.m. It addition to the rink (supplied by Neon Entertainment), CPB offered alpha art, food [...]

February 17, 2015 Entertainment

No seniors, no problem for men’s tennis team

Despite having no seniors on the team, Ohio Wesleyan men’s tennis, under second-year coach Tom Drabczyk Jr., set their sights on achieving a regional and division ranking. Coach Drabczyk Jr. also coaches the OWU women’s tennis team. “Being on a [...]

February 9, 2015 Sports

U.S. faces risk with Ukraine involvement

The 2015 Great Decisions lecture series opened on Feb. 6 with “Russia and the Near Abroad,” a hot topic about Russia’s recent aggression in Ukraine and its impact on the western world. The lecture took place from noon to 1 [...]

February 6, 2015 News