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‘Green Week’ to educate students and staff on sustainability

‘Green Week’ to educate students and staff on sustainability

By Emily Hostetler Transcript Correspondent With smoothie machines powered by bicycles, dancing and prizes, Ohio Wesleyan’s first Green Week aims to promote sustainable thinking on campus and in the Delaware community. During the week of March 25-29, daily events will [...]

March 25, 2013 News
Founder of Mi Esperanza inspires students

Founder of Mi Esperanza inspires students

By Emily Feldmesser Transcript Correspondent A mission trip to Honduras impacted the life of the woman who started the Mi Esperanza organization, but it has also changed many Honduran women’s lives. On March 4, Janet Hines, Mi Esperanza’s founder, came [...]

March 25, 2013 News
Smoking Resolution does a disappearing act

Smoking Resolution does a disappearing act

By Elizabeth Childers Managing Editor On Dec. 2, 2010, Mike Swaim wrote a story for The Transcript about the possibility of a smoking ban on Ohio Wesleyan’s campus. “The Wesleyan Council of Student Affairs has proposed a policy that would [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Mount Vernon store offers designer gun concealers

Mount Vernon store offers designer gun concealers

By Ellin Youse A&E Editor The streets of Mount Vernon, Ohio are lined with run down office buildings. Railings with peeling paint and crumbling brick walls prove the small Midwest town has seen more prosperous industrial times, but “open” signs [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Delaware county’s  hidden gun culture

Delaware county’s hidden gun culture

By Sophie Crispin Transcript Reporter Walking into Delaware’s Black Wing Shooting Center is not like walking into a shooting range. It is not a lobby-style entryway leading to rows upon rows of firing lanes. It is also not like a [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Figure modeling empowers students on campus

Figure modeling empowers students on campus

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent Tucked away in Edgar Hall, on the edge of campus, few students outside of the fine arts department have even heard about the student employment opportunities for nude figure models, one of the highest-paying jobs [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Hot dog! Delaware has a new  restaurant

Hot dog! Delaware has a new restaurant

By Brian Cook Transcript Correspondent Students are awaiting, with mixed reactions, the grand opening of Delaware’s newest hot dog store, The Delaware Dog. The shop will be on North Sandusky Street across from the Delaware Gazette Building. Last week, owner [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Delta Gamma drops anchor in Meek, holds charity event

Delta Gamma drops anchor in Meek, holds charity event

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Correspondent Anchor Splash, Delta Gamma’s (DG) annual philanthropy event, raised at least $2,026 for their charity, Service for Sight, this past Saturday. Most fraternities and sororities on campus participated in the swim-meet event to raise money [...]

March 7, 2013 News
Sisters United  demonstrates  for racial awareness

Sisters United demonstrates for racial awareness

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor and Audrey Bell Transcript Correspondent The Event On Feb. 20, many students entering Hamilton-Williams Campus Center shortly before noon noticed that several of the couches and chairs that normally filled the atrium were missing. [...]

March 1, 2013 News
Anonymous donor starts discussion about Merrick Hall’s potential

Anonymous donor starts discussion about Merrick Hall’s potential

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter The lonely gray building to the east of University Hall is receiving some love as donors express interest in its future. University President Rock Jones said a particular donor started “preliminary conversations” about how to [...]

March 1, 2013 News