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Commentary: A personal view of the Ukraine crisis

By Nazar Zhadan Guest Columnist The situation in Ukraine is escalating by the minute. Four weeks ago on February 22, Ukraine was celebrating the victory over a crony political regime that came into power solely on lie, deception and, of [...]

March 22, 2014 Opinion
Astronomy Club to explore solar system in observatories

Astronomy Club to explore solar system in observatories

By Sarah Thomas Transcript Correspondent While rain prevented any stargazing at the first meeting of the Ohio Wesleyan Astronomy Club, the group explored the Student Observatory and made plans for later. The club met late at night on Oct. 23 [...]

November 2, 2013 News
East Asian artists give audience an authentic musical experience

East Asian artists give audience an authentic musical experience

By Julianne Zala Transcript Correspondent On Saturday, Oct. 5, Yumi Kurosawa and Deep Singh offered Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty and Delaware residents an opportunity to experience traditional Japanese and Indian music in Jemison Auditorium. Yumi Kurosawa played a 20-stringed variation [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Volleyball drops three more

Volleyball drops three more

By Philippe Chauveau Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan volleyball team fell 1-3 to the John Carroll Blue Streaks on Tuesday night in Branch Rickey Arena. The Lady Bishops had a good start to the first set, pulling ahead 9-2 at [...]

September 29, 2013 Sports
OWU’s a cappella groups reach more than just high notes

OWU’s a cappella groups reach more than just high notes

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter A cappella groups may have just recently become a hot trend in pop culture with shows like “Glee” and movies like “Pitch Perfect,” but Ohio Wesleyan has been making unaccompanied singing magic since 1999. Currently [...]

September 22, 2013 Entertainment
Fraternity raises money with ‘Beach Bash’ philanthropy

Fraternity raises money with ‘Beach Bash’ philanthropy

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter Delta Tau Delta’s annual Beach Bash volleyball tournament   kicked off this year’s Greek philanthropy season Saturday, Sept. 7. Senior Ryan Klein, president of Delt, said Beach Bash has been the fraternity’s philanthropy event for more [...]

September 22, 2013 News
Bike rental program on rocky ground

Bike rental program on rocky ground

By Jamell Brown-Smith Transcript Correspondent The bike rental program has existed for years, but changes to the program this year have left students confused and left without bikes. “I went to Student Help, and they sent me to Public Safety,” said [...]

September 22, 2013 News
Bishops drop below .500 in loss against Ohio Northern

Bishops drop below .500 in loss against Ohio Northern

Philippe Chauveau Transcript Reporter As the Battling Bishops and the Ohio Northern Polar Bears took the field at the Jay Martin Soccer Complex Saturday night, both teams were looking to improve their current .500 records. Ohio Northern’s offense, led by [...]

September 22, 2013 Sports
An unsustainable model of sustainability

An unsustainable model of sustainability

  I spend my Friday afternoons digging through students’ discarded apple cores, half-eaten sushi and greasy pizza boxes. No, this isn’t my desperate attempt to compensate for the fact that I am on the small meal plan this semester. I [...]

September 22, 2013 Opinion
Seniors find inspiration through duplcation of subjects

Seniors find inspiration through duplcation of subjects

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter Ha Le and Alex Michener, both seniors at Ohio Wesleyan, formally showcased their art exhibit “Windows” last Wednesday before leaving to attend the New York Arts Program for the rest of the fall semester. Both [...]

September 15, 2013 Entertainment