Monday 24th November 2014,
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A group of Smith RAs poses with PS Officer Jay McCann.

Smith RAs show appreciation for Public Safety

In the spirit of giving thanks, Resident Assistants of Smith Hall publicly displayed their appreciation for Ohio Wesleyan’s Public Safety department. The RAs tabled Nov. 10-12 to gather signatures on a banner and signed cards from students in Smith Hall. [...]

November 20, 2014 News
Admissions mobilizes efforts to increase enrollment

Admissions mobilizes efforts to increase enrollment

Ohio Wesleyan University administrators are working hard to build student enrollment numbers, pondering the big picture while focusing on small details that can make a difference, like how the school gives tours to potential freshmen. The Office of Admissions is [...]

November 12, 2014 News
Image: OWU Public Safety on Twitter

Trend of arming campus officers on OWU’s radar

Public Safety officers at Ohio Wesleyan are currently bucking a trend occurring at other Ohio colleges – they are not armed. Although PS has three officers licensed to carry a weapon, they do not while they are on duty for [...]

November 10, 2014 News
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Pair of hospital transfers raises alcohol concerns

On Sept. 13, Public Safety transported two Ohio Wesleyan students to Grady Memorial Hospital. OWU typically sends around 5 to 10 students to the hospital per year, making the number unusually high for so early in the academic year. One student was reportedly [...]

October 1, 2014 News
There’s a new sheriff in town

There’s a new sheriff in town

Richard Morman is the newest investigator for Ohio Wesleyan’s Department of Public Safety, but law enforcement is anything but new for him. For the 2014 fall semester, Public Safety hired Morman to fill an investigator opening left by Art Reitz. Morman [...]

September 23, 2014 News
Sophomores Paul Anderson and Jerry Lherisson perform with other Jaywalkers. Photo by Spenser Hickey

OWU a cappella brings year to a close

The grassy hillside known as the HWCC’s amphitheater served as an outdoor stage for two of Ohio Wesleyan’s a capella groups last Sunday. The concert was organized by the Jaywalkers, the all-male a capella group, and also featured Owtsiders, the [...]

May 5, 2014 Entertainment
Junior Hannah Snapp sings during the latter half of the jazz performance.

Park Avenue Jazz Ensemble displays range of talents

Hal Melia, an assistant performing arts professor at Central State University, knows a thing or two about jazz music. He plays eleven different instruments, including four distinct varieties of saxophone and four different kinds of clarinets, as well the flute, [...]

April 24, 2014 Entertainment
A sign in Hayes Hall’s laundry room requesting three pairs of stolen pants be returned to their rightful owner. Photo by Venessa Menerey

Laundry thefts reported in Hayes, Welch

Several female students have reported clothing items stolen from the Hayes Hall laundry rooms this year, and incidents are becoming more common. In dorms where laundry machines are in high demand and overcrowded, it is expected that some articles of [...]

April 10, 2014 News
‘Monologues’ and ‘Confessions': A Preview of Women’s Week Plays

‘Monologues’ and ‘Confessions': A Preview of Women’s Week Plays

Female students will intersect femininity and ethnicity in a pair of performances centered on the empowerment of women. “The Vagina Monologues,” first performed at Ohio Wesleyan University in 2006, will be joined by Yetta Young’s “Butterfly Confessions” in the 2014 [...]

February 6, 2014 Entertainment