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Expressing emotion through environments

Expressing emotion through environments

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter Sunday, Oct. 13, the Ross Art Museum welcomed two new exhibits from local artists Melinda Rosenberg and Rod Bouc. Rosenberg’s work transforms reclaimed wood into creative sculptures while Bouc takes to another side of nature [...]

November 1, 2013 Entertainment
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
Double Life: Newest addition to dance program takes the stage and students by storm as visiting professor, artistic director

Double Life: Newest addition to dance program takes the stage and students by storm as visiting professor, artistic director

By Ellin Youse Arts & Entertainment Editor Rashana Smith is a loving wife and a new mother to a seven-month-old baby girl. For fun, Smith is an active member of the Ohio Roller Girls’ Gang Green roller team.  She enjoys [...]

September 22, 2013 Entertainment
First hip-hop dance company brought passion and focus to Chappelear stage Friday night

First hip-hop dance company brought passion and focus to Chappelear stage Friday night

By Nicole Barhorst Ohio Wesleyan students and staff, as well as Delaware community members, filled Chappelear Drama Center Friday night for a performance by RHAW, the first hip-hop dance theater dance company in the world. Sophomore Nathan LaFrombois said he [...]

September 15, 2013 Entertainment
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
A Little Night Music

A Little Night Music

By Jane Suttmeier Opera Workshop, a vocal performance club, has started rehearsals for their February 2014 performance of Stephen Sodheim’s musical, “A Little Night Music”. Professor of Music Jason Hiester and Tim Veach, the Artistic Director and the founder of [...]

September 15, 2013 Entertainment

Tony meltdowns: A memoir

I’m going to try to be funny, but I can’t promise anything because I can’t stop crying. I cried five minutes ago making notes for this column. Maybe that’s funny to you. I’m a mess and I need cake. [...]

June 9, 2013 Entertainment, Opinion

Will you still love me even though my screenplay is horrible? A review of Jeff Nichols’s “Mud”

Trying to decide what movie to see last week, my friend and I were left with few options.  I am not a Trekkie.  I don’t do superheroes.  I love Robert Downey Jr., but not when he ‘s covered in iron.  [...]

June 3, 2013 Entertainment, Opinion
Members of the Orchesis company rehearse the final dance in this weekend's show. Titled "Orchesis 2013: ...to be human," the annual dance performance opens Friday, April 26, at 8 p.m. in Chappelear Drama Center.

Orchesis dancers, choreographers and designers explore what it means ‘to be human’

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April 26, 2013 Entertainment
Robert Nims played the piano during his wife Marilyn’s faculty recital on Tuesday, April 16.

OWU music professors practice what they preach during faculty recital

By Jane Suttmeier Photo Editor On April 16, concert pianist and professor of music Robert Nims accompanied his wife, mezzo-soprano professor of music Marilyn Nims, in a four-part faculty recital in Jemison Auditorium. Marilyn Nims sang 23 short songs in [...]

April 25, 2013 Entertainment