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Birthright eligibility rises

Birthright eligibility rises

The Taglit-Birthright Israel program recently changed its policy so that more Jewish students can be eligible. Birthright is an international program that sponsors free 10-day trips to Israel for Jewish students between the ages of 18 and 26. The old [...]

February 13, 2014 News
Black history events offer insight, education

Black history events offer insight, education

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Reporter Students continue to celebrate Black History Month with events put on by various African-American groups on campus. The first event was the Feb. 3rd screening of the film “Black in America 2,” a CNN documentary [...]

February 13, 2014 News
WCSA appoints new residential representatives

WCSA appoints new residential representatives

Due to low numbers of applicants, the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) has added 14 Residential Representatives and eight other representatives, but was not able to hold elections. The Residential Representative applications were due on Jan. 24, but only [...]

February 13, 2014 News
Denison mourns one of their own

Denison mourns one of their own

By Ellin Youse and Brian Williams Editor-in-Chief and Transcript Reporter Members of the Denison University campus mourned the loss of senior David Hallman III, who was found dead Saturday night. According to a story released by Denison’s communications department, Hallman, [...]

February 13, 2014 News
OWU without Elliott: The untold stories of flooding’s aftermath

OWU without Elliott: The untold stories of flooding’s aftermath

Q: How has the Elliott shutdown affected the proceedings of student board members? A: I haven’t been affected by the closing of Elliot Hall too much yet. The biggest inconvenience has been for professors who lost research, had books destroyed [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Sisters come together in faith

Sisters come together in faith

While Ohio Wesleyan has many Greek organizations, Kappa Phi is much lesser-known on campus. “We are a Christian women’s service sisterhood that is present on campuses across the country,” said junior Marissa Witkovsky, president of Kappa Phi.  “In total there [...]

February 6, 2014 News
OWU makes change to staff to improve enrollment

OWU makes change to staff to improve enrollment

By Breanne Reilly Transcript Reporter William Kopp won national awards for his advertising campaigns at Columbus State Community College, and a key part of his new role as Ohio Wesleyan’s chief communication officer will be boosting enrollment. According to President [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Weather or not, classes continue

Weather or not, classes continue

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Reporter A cold spell sent temperatures well below zero last week, and raised the question of which weather conditions would lead to cancelled classes. According to Craig Ullom, vice president of Student Affairs, President Rock Jones [...]

February 6, 2014 News
SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

The snow and ice were an appropriate setting for many students who found new homes for next semester in this year’s Small Living Unit (SLU) recruitment. SLUsh is the week-long period where the campus’s SLUs recruit residents. This year, they [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Atheists seek space

Atheists seek space

Atheist and agnostic students now have access to campus resources provided by junior Avery Winston and senior Maddy Leader, with help from staff of the Chaplain’s and Service Learning Offices. Currently, these resources are limited to a collection of books [...]

February 6, 2014 News