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Commentary: Spring into music

Whistle Peak. Photo: karatebodyrecords.com Maybe I am getting ahead of myself here, but as soon as the sun comes out and the temperature gets anywhere above thirty, I leap into Spring mode. One of the many ways I celebrate turning [...]

March 22, 2014 Entertainment
Members of Pitch Black sing to start the performance. Left to right: senior Madeline Shier, sophomore Grace Thompson, junior Kati Sweigard, sophomore Brianna Robinson, sophomore Liz Nadeau, senior Liz Andersen and senior Danielle Bernert.

Singers set tone for junior recital

Junior Brianna Robinson sings with Pitch Black at last year’s performance of “The Vagina Monologues.” Photo: “Vagina Monologues moan for change.” Two Ohio Wesleyan students let their voices soar through Sanborn Hall for their junior recital. Jemison Auditorium filled with [...]

March 22, 2014 Entertainment
Senior Erika Nininger sings and plays the keyboard.
Photos by Noah Manskar

‘Wahoo-ing’ downtown for First Friday

Music from Ohio Wesleyan student band Wahoo Sam Crawford flared through Endangered Species as a supplement to Delaware’s First Friday of March festivities. The downtown Delaware record store, owned by Patrick Bailey, has hosted performances in its locale for the [...]

March 22, 2014 Entertainment
Local non-profit helps shine a light

Local non-profit helps shine a light

Despite limited attendance, Ohio Wesleyan students embraced distinctive cultural dances last Friday in a workshop sponsored by SANGAM, the South Asian student organization on campus. Senior Krina Patel, SANGAM president, said the event was the first of its kind. The [...]

March 6, 2014 Entertainment
Students dance for culture

Students dance for culture

Despite limited attendance, Ohio Wesleyan students embraced distinctive cultural dances last Friday in a workshop sponsored by SANGAM, the South Asian student organization on campus. Senior Krina Patel, SANGAM president, said the event was the first of its kind. The [...]

March 6, 2014 Entertainment
A ‘liberal’ lesson in the pursuit of life

A ‘liberal’ lesson in the pursuit of life

A man sits in a dimly lit room bent over a piece of paper struggling to justify developing a relationship with someone who wasn’t even born until his sixteenth birthday. He subtracts their ages, 35 and 19. He realizes that [...]

March 6, 2014 Entertainment
St. Vincent defines self

St. Vincent defines self

The self-titled album is a curious beast. Most often it seems a cop-out when no other title fits a record because it lacks unification. But then there are self-titled works like St. Vincent’s. This is a record where the artist [...]

February 28, 2014 Entertainment
Love and the Northern Lights shine in ‘Almost, Maine’

Love and the Northern Lights shine in ‘Almost, Maine’

The Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of “Almost, Maine” provides audiences with a glimpse into the heartfelt lives of several members from the fictional  town, “Almost” as they explore realities of love and relationships. The play, “Almost, Maine”  is [...]

February 28, 2014 Entertainment
‘Culture Cafe’ draws low turnout

‘Culture Cafe’ draws low turnout

Students, faculty, and a Ohio Wesleyan alumna explored various creative outlets at this semester’s Culture Cafe. Attendance was fewer than for September’s Culture Cafe, however Peter Szabo, music and public services librarian who hosted the event, said he felt satisfied. [...]

February 28, 2014 Entertainment
Drag shOWU raises money for a mission

Drag shOWU raises money for a mission

Through dance, drag and prose, OWU students raised $80 last Saturday to help fund a mission trip. The Chicago Mission Team of 12 students and two faculty advisors will be traveling to Chicago during spring break. They hope to explore [...]

February 22, 2014 Entertainment