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OWU students shine in production of “Scenes”

By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter Some of Ohio Wesleyan’s first-year students got their chance to shine in this year’s production of Scenes. Scenes gives first-year students a chance to showcase their skills and express interest in the theatre department. Not [...]

October 4, 2017 Entertainment

Ross Art Museum features first outdoor video exhibit

By Jesse Sailer, Transcript Reporter  The unveiling of the Ross Art Museum’s first public outdoor art installation titled “the Shadows We Cast” is a thought-provoking conversation piece about years of history stored within public spaces. The installation was projected on [...]

October 2, 2017 Entertainment

Wes Anderson returns after lengthy absence

By Jesse Sailer, Transcript Reporter  Wes Anderson returns to the screen with his new film “Isle of Dogs” after a four-year absence. His 2014 film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” earned him a nomination for best picture at the Academy Awards [...]

October 2, 2017 Entertainment

Taylor Swift’s single makes waves with its new sound

By Madeleine Matos, Transcript Reporter  Taylor Swift is back again with her new chart-topping single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” which is coming off of her upcoming studio album Reputation. The song is a departure from her music styles [...]

September 15, 2017 Entertainment

Wesleyan Players host sketch comedy show

By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter  Ohio Wesleyan students performed monologues constructed in 45 minutes. The Wesleyan Players hosted a sketch comedy this past Saturday in Chappelear Drama Center’s Studio Theatre with special co-host Dave Winnyk. About 25 people went to [...]

September 15, 2017 Entertainment

Emeritus professor Marty Kalb discusses his art career

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief As a college freshman, Marty Kalb planned to go into the hotel business. “I never thought I would be an artist,” he says. But today the Ohio Wesleyan University emeritus professor of fine arts sits on a bench [...]

September 1, 2017 Entertainment

Netflix series “White Gold” reminiscent of “The Wolf of Wall Street”

By Meina White, Arts & Entertainment Editor  British star and former Gossip Girl bad boy Ed Westwick takes on a similar role in the new British Netflix series White Gold. In the six, 30-minute episodes of season one, Westwick plays [...]

September 1, 2017 Entertainment

Hollywood diversifies

By Madison Williams, Transcript Correspondent It’s mighty morphin’ time. Reminiscent of a classic action movie, Power Rangers embraces the nostalgia of the stereotypical superhero plot, while also breaking down walls and destroying barriers. Originating from a television series started in [...]

April 20, 2017 Entertainment

Improv troupe will perform last show for year

By Orion Wright, Transcript Correspondent When you take your seat at a Babbling Bishops show, the lights are down and the curtains drawn but the crowd is already laughing. “They’re really funny,” sophomore Jack Bouman said. Before the Babblers cracks [...]

April 20, 2017 Entertainment

Seniors sell art at museum

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor Going once, going twice, sold. With only four days since the opening of the senior art show, 13 pieces have been sold out of 169 total displayed. The spring senior art exhibit is on full [...]

April 20, 2017 Entertainment