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Makeover: Slocum edition

Makeover: Slocum edition

Slocum lobby under renovation. Photo courtesy of Areena Arora Areena Arora, Managing Editor When students return to campus in fall, they have much to look forward to. A new welcome center for the Admissions Office in Slocum Hall is one of them. [...]

May 24, 2016 News, Uncategorized
Gabbert’s file now under review by municipal prosecutor

Gabbert’s file now under review by municipal prosecutor

Gabbert. Photo courtesy of battlingbishops.com Areena Arora, Managing Editor The Delaware County prosecutor’s office confirmed Luke Gabbert’s file was closed earlier this week, and no charges for felony will be filed. Julie Datko, public information officer said Gabbert’s file will not [...]

May 11, 2016 News, Uncategorized
Dwayne Todd

V.P. for student engagement and success is announced

Areena Arora, Managing Editor In an email addressed to the Ohio Wesleyan community on April 29, President Rock Jones announced Dwayne Todd has been hired as the new vice president for student engagement and success, beginning this summer. Originally from Dayton, [...]

April 29, 2016 News
Dr. Jed Burtt. Photo by Mark Schmitter.

OWU professor of 37 years dies

Matt Cohen, Editor-in-Chief An Ohio Wesleyan professor of 37 years died the morning of Wednesday, April 27. Professor Emeritus Edward “Jed” Burtt, 68, of Delaware, Ohio, passed away at his home. Burtt received the Ohio Professor of the Year Award [...]

April 28, 2016 News
Image courtesy of Safeher.com

Car service driven by women, for women

Hope Walls, Transcript Correspondent  No men allowed: that’s the idea behind SafeHer, a new ridesharing service with only female drivers for women and children passengers. Though highly popular, other ridesharing services such as Uber have been dangerous for women. Uber [...]

April 27, 2016 News
FireDogz truck.

FireDogz hit the Jay

Ela Mazumdar, Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan’s Public Safety (PS) is working on promoting the JAYwalk to entice students to walk on campus instead of choosing Spring Street. Former PS officer Jay McCann’s FireDogz food truck, as well as Dan’s Deli, [...]

April 25, 2016 News
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Seniors and alumni reflect on OWU

Areena Arora, Managing Editor With only two weeks left to graduation, besides academic work and designing graduation caps, seniors have much to accomplish. While some wish to drive on the JayWalk, others want to maintain strong relationships with friends and graduate. [...]

April 21, 2016 News
Society for Professional Journalists.

OWU faculty wins Brick Wall award

Areena Arora, Managing Editor The Central Ohio chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) awarded the Brick Wall Award to the Ohio Wesleyan faculty on April 20 at a Columbus barn. The award was presented at the 67th Annual Founder’s [...]

April 20, 2016 News
faculty and staff

Faculty: 1, The Transcript: 0

Matt Cohen, Editor-in-Chief   Areena Arora, Managing Editor After more than 35 years, faculty meetings will no longer be open to reporters. On April 18, Ohio Wesleyan faculty members voted to disallow The Transcript, the school’s independent student newspaper, from attending future [...]

April 18, 2016 News
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Authors tells his journey

Liz Hardaway, Transcript Reporter It’s the 90s, the era of Walkmans and hammer pants. A 19-year-old honor student from East Detroit was just sentenced to 17-40 years in prison for murdering a man in an argument over a drug deal. Shaka [...]

April 14, 2016 News