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Equestrian team returns to competition

By Jesse Sailer, Sports Editor After four years of being on a competitive hiatus, the Ohio Wesleyan Equestrian Team (OWUET) returns to compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) against top schools in the region. The OWUET western team traveled [...]

February 22, 2018 Sports

Coaches Corner: Mike Plantholt

By Jesse Sailer, Sports Editor As the men’s lacrosse team starts their 2018 season, head coach Mike Plantholt looks to improve the young team and win another conference title. Sailer: How’s the upcoming season look? Plantholt: Pretty good, we’ve put [...]

February 22, 2018 Sports

Professor shows the life of Japanese-American artist through photography

By Tung Nguyen, Online Editor Decades worth of photographs certainly tells a story. Lynn Estomin, an award-winning professor of digital art and design at Lycoming College (PA), whose works have been known internationally and well-received, presented her new documentary   “Living in [...]

February 22, 2018 Entertainment

OWU’s theatre department recreates history in latest show

By Maddie Matos, A&E Editor Ohio Wesleyan University’s theatre department delved into royal intrigue and religious question with the student production of Royal Gambit. The show is about King Henry VIII of England and his famous six wives. The wives [...]

February 22, 2018 Entertainment

Ohio Wesleyan professor returns with history

By Jesse Sailer, Sport Editor One of Ohio Wesleyans hidden gems, Robert Olmstead, was welcomed back after a semester’s leave on a book tour to do a live reading of his newest novel Savage Country. The live reading in the Benes [...]

February 7, 2018 News

Career Services advances community engagement

By Reilly Wright, Managing Editor Ohio Wesleyan University’s Office of Career Services, once part of the Division of Student Affairs, shifted to the Division of University Advancement on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. The Division of University Advancement primarily handles engaging OWU [...]

February 7, 2018 News

New campus bookstore struggling to satisfy community needs

By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan bookstore has faced a few challenges since becoming independently owned back in Sept. of 2017 but is working to improve things for next semester. Earlier in the semester, instructors/professors started having issues with [...]

February 7, 2018 News

OWU’s Got Talent celebrates young and diverse performers

By Maddie Matos, A&E Editor Students across Ohio Wesleyan campus celebrated diversity and talent in the annual OWU’s Got Talent show. The show was on February 2 at the Mulligan Hub. OWU’s Black Student Union created and hosted the event. The [...]

February 7, 2018 Entertainment

Faculty members showcase their love of performing at OWU recital

By Maddie Matos, A&E Editor Ohio Wesleyan praises itself on having the best faculty possible, and celebrating the accolades that each of them accomplish. The Faculty Recital-Tour d’Anches Woodwind Trio on January 30 celebrated some of the music departments staff. Professors [...]

February 7, 2018 Entertainment, News

New entrepreneurial center to give students taste of “real world”

By Maddie Matos, A&E Editor The city of Delaware and Ohio Wesleyan University have collaborated on a new project, that benefits both the campus and community. Inside the center will host both businesses and educational resources. It is designed for students [...]

February 7, 2018 News