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Paquet’s album ‘chills the spine and comforts the soul’

Paquet’s album ‘chills the spine and comforts the soul’

By Matthew Shriver Transcript Contributor Alex Paquet is a 19-year-old freshman music major at OWU. He co-hosts the OWU radio show Infrequent Frequencies on Saturday evenings. He’s currently pledging Chi Phi. He hosts a monthly open-mic night at Choffey’s Coffees [...]

March 1, 2013 Entertainment
American poet laureate tells of ‘illegitimate’ youth in Mississippi

American poet laureate tells of ‘illegitimate’ youth in Mississippi

By Jane Suttmeier Photography Editor United States poet laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Tretheway’s Feb. 20 reading served as a lesson for the Ohio Wesleyan community on the racial injustices that still exist in modern society. Tretheway talked about [...]

March 1, 2013 Entertainment
VSA rings in Lunar New Year

VSA rings in Lunar New Year

By Emily Hostetler and Sarah Jane Sheehan Transcript Correspondents Red and yellow filled the Benes Room at 5 p.m. on February 9 for the annual Vietnamese Student Association’s Lunar New Year event. To many Vietnamese students at Ohio Wesleyan, the [...]

February 15, 2013 Entertainment
Businesses get lucky on Valentine’s Day

Businesses get lucky on Valentine’s Day

By Brian Cook Transcript Correspondent Students have already started to splurge for their loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Tonight, they will likely spend even more. Restaurants in the greater Columbus area stand to receive a boost in revenue for Valentine’s [...]

February 15, 2013 Entertainment
Not your grandpa’s high tops

Not your grandpa’s high tops

By Emily Lunstroth Transcript Columnist High tops first became popular back when Converse All Stars were the only athletic shoe available. Now everyone not only wears converse, but different brands of high tops as well. High tops are no longer [...]

February 15, 2013 Entertainment
Creating a medium from the landfill

Creating a medium from the landfill

By Taylor Stout Transcript Reporter The saying goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and the work of artist Aurora Robson is no exception. Robson uses plastic taken from the waste stream and junk mail as her mediums for [...]

February 8, 2013 Entertainment
Summer shirts in sweater weather

Summer shirts in sweater weather

By Emily Lunstroth Transcript Columnist Since the seasons have officially changed and winter is upon us, the switch from summer and fall clothing must make the move to winter wear. Yes, heavy sweaters and hats are now needed, but that [...]

February 8, 2013 Entertainment
‘Dracula’ emerges from darkness

‘Dracula’ emerges from darkness

By Jane Suttmeier Photo Editor Little things are coming together to create the big picture for the Ohio Wesleyan Department of Theatre’s production of “The Passion of Dracula.” Senior Margaret Knecht, master electrician for the play, said the lighting will [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment
Gunderson sculpts reflections on landscapes, upbringing

Gunderson sculpts reflections on landscapes, upbringing

By Jacob Beach Transcript Reporter 1977 was the last time Barry Gunderson had an exhibit on the Ohio Wesleyan campus. Gunderson is a sculptor from Minnesota and has been working for Kenyon College since 1974 as a professor of sculpting. [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment
Stout folks up ‘Les Mis’

Stout folks up ‘Les Mis’

By Ellin Youse A& E Editor The music of the production “Les Miserables” is best known for its robust orchestra, emotionally charged vocals and core trembling vibrato. So when sophomore Connor Stout released his “Folk Les Mis” EP (extended play) [...]

February 1, 2013 Entertainment