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Co-publicity heads juniors Andrea Kraus and Elizabeth Bartz decorate the lobby for the ‘ball’ during admissions. “Ring Round the Moon” is the final show of the Spring 2012 theatre season, and will be performed over the next weekend at Chappelear Drama Center.

Ring Round the Moon takes flight: A sneak peak behind the scenes of OWU’s newest show

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April 23, 2012 Entertainment
Professors stimulate new thought at Socrates Café

Professors stimulate new thought at Socrates Café

House of Thought’s “Socrates Café” aims to get people on campus discussing a variety of topics. Senior Emily Knobbe, the moderator of HoT, said the house project has been in existence for several years. Junior Erinn Colmenares has taken on [...]

April 23, 2012 Entertainment
Dance crew “Huemanity,” from Calvin College, dances and ultimately reigns victorious at Rafiki Wa Afrika’s Global Outreach Show, held in Gray Chapel on April 7.

Rafiki wa Afrika goes global for Ghana

Members of the Ohio Wesleyan community took a trip to Africa – without ever having to leave campus. Rafiki Wa Afrika made the journey possible with its Global Outreach Show, which was held last Saturday in Gray Chapel. The show [...]

April 13, 2012 Entertainment
3D technology gives classic tearjerker a new edge

3D technology gives classic tearjerker a new edge

James Cameron’s first mega blockbuster hit “Titanic,” which tells the tale of two star-crossed lovers fighting class biases and the infamous sinking of the title ship, was recently re-released in 3D in theaters for a limited time. While some may [...]

April 13, 2012 Entertainment
Left to right: Members of Phi Beta Sigma, Juniors Ray Perez, Keith Mullings Jr.,  and alumni Carleton Levert “11,” Christopher Marshall “11,” won the stroll competiton at Crossroads on March 31 to raise money for the Black Student Retenion Fund.

Phi Beta Sigma strolls for a victory: Fraternity performs to raise money for Black Student Retention

Phi Beta Sigma won the stroll competition at the first annual Crossroads Show. Despite the late start, technical difficulty and low turn out, organizers of Crossroads said the event was a success. Crossroads was held Saturday, March 31 in Gray [...]

April 5, 2012 Entertainment
Student thinks ‘The Vow’ disavowed overall quality

Student thinks ‘The Vow’ disavowed overall quality

Believe it or not, “The Vow” is based on a true story. The film takes its premise from an eponymous book by Kim Carpenter that details his wife Krickitt’s recovery from memory loss following a car accident that left her [...]

April 5, 2012 Entertainment
Documentary examines women’s questionable roles within mass media

Documentary examines women’s questionable roles within mass media

The Benes Rooms were filled with frequent gasping, shaking of heads and laughing last Monday. As part of celebration of Women’s History Month, “Miss Representation,” a documentary about gender inequality, was shown to students. Men and women filled the Benes [...]

March 30, 2012 Entertainment
Say Anything preserves their own  original sound with newest album

Say Anything preserves their own original sound with newest album

To know Say Anything’s music is to know Max Bemis’ life story. The prolific frontman’s songwriting is always deeply personal, and the band’s discography chronicles every aspect of his life, positive and negative. The sexually frustrated teenage Bemis emerged on [...]

March 30, 2012 Entertainment
Courtesy of Faux Pas Productions

Andrea Gibson kicks off Women’s Week Poet returns to OWU to perform pieces about sexuality and gender identity

Mixing words, performance, music and style, slam poet Andrea Gibson speaks intimately with her audience about issues of gender, identity, bullying, social justice and love. On Monday night Gibson delivered her second performance ever at Ohio Wesleyan – in Phillips [...]

March 23, 2012 Entertainment
Student choreographer dances against sexual violence: Sophomore takes art to American College Dance Festival

Student choreographer dances against sexual violence: Sophomore takes art to American College Dance Festival

Sophomore Matthew Jamison used the art of dance to convey emotions and issues concerning sexual violence at Orchesis 2012, which took place March 2-3 and the American College Dance Festival during March 7-10. Jamison drew upon personal experiences in creating [...]

March 23, 2012 Entertainment