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Nicholas Eber in court on Tuesday. Photo: Glenn Battishill for the Delaware Gazette

Eber convicted of three felonies

By Noah Manskar and Olivia Lease Online Editor and Copy Editor A jury of eight women and four men has found Nicholas Eber, 24, guilty on three felony charges in the stabbing of Anthony Peddle ’14. Eber was convicted of attempted [...]

December 12, 2014 News

Defense raises further doubts in Eber trial

By Noah Manskar and Hannah Urano Online Editor and News Editor Defense attorney Joel Spitzer continued to raise doubts Wednesday about the state’s case against Nicholas Eber, the Delaware man accused of stabbing Anthony Peddle ’14. Spitzer showed the jury [...]

December 11, 2014 News
The Delaware County Court  of Common Pleas at 91 N. Sandusky St. Photo: jjeffjackson.com

Defense puts forward different attacker in Nicholas Eber trial

By Ellin Youse and Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief and Online Editor On the first day of the trial of Nicholas Eber, the Delaware man charged with attempted murder and three other felonies for allegedly stabbing former Ohio Wesleyan senior class president Anthony [...]

December 10, 2014 News
Ohio Wesleyan's Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship hosted the annual Economic Outlook Conference on Nov. 12. Photo by Mark Schmitter for Connect2OWU

Economists discuss the future

By Hayley Walls Transcript Correspondent A panel of economists provided insight on the global, national and local economies to the campus and Delaware community at Ohio Wesleyan’s annual Economic Outlook Conference on Nov. 12. The conference consisted of presentations by [...]

December 4, 2014 News
Students to celebrate 1920s with annual ball

Students to celebrate 1920s with annual ball

Students, faculty and staff are invited to the fourth annual President’s Ball on Dec. 6th, which will feature a brand new theme but the same holiday spirit as holiday’s past. The event is hosted by President’s Club and will run [...]

December 4, 2014 News
The Phi Kappa Psi house on Williams Drive. Photo: OZinOH on Flickr

Fraternity undertakes DIY demolition project

The sounds of walls being smashed echoed from the Phi Kappa Psi house last week. The brothers of Phi Psi demolished part of their basement last Wednesday, and continued the Do-it-themselves-renovation project through Sunday. They took down old paneling in [...]

December 4, 2014 News
Juniors Katie Berger and Rhiannon Herbert, front, with fellow Moot Court team members senior Katalyn Kuivila, back left, sophomore Caroline Hamilton and coach Michael Esler. Photo: Rhiannon Herbert on Facebook

OWU takes Miami: two Moot Court pairs headed to nationals

Ohio Wesleyan Moot Court teams have a history of excelling in competition, and this fall the story was no different. Two rounds of qualifiers were held in November, and OWU was the only school to have all teams qualify to [...]

December 4, 2014 News
Blankets needed as cold closes in

Blankets needed as cold closes in

“The closer we get to Christmas, we are seeing more and more need,” said Lori Falk, executive director of the Common Ground Free Store, located on Central Avenue. The store provides a variety of items and warm meals free of [...]

December 3, 2014 News
Photo from Wikimedia Commons

Admissions issues take center stage at faculty meeting

At the November faculty meeting, admissions officials discussed the lack of international students admitted to Ohio Wesleyan this past year, and how they feel the cost to attend is what is driving them away. “Other liberal arts colleges in central Ohio are becoming [...]

December 3, 2014 News
Protestors gather on the Admiralty Bridge in Hong Kong. Photo: Wikimedia

Global Grab: Hong Kong escalates, UN talks climate change

The Issue: Hong Kong Protests At first, people thought the protests in Hong Kong would be short lived and relatively peaceful. However, the most recent developments have proven otherwise. On Monday, protestors tried and failed to surround government offices, and police [...]

December 2, 2014 News