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The most dangerous night on campus isn’t all that dangerous

The most dangerous night on campus isn’t all that dangerous

By Marissa Alfano Transcript Correspondent College campuses are commonly thought to be dangerous epicenters of crime on weekend nights. With students staying out until the early morning hours in compromised states of mind and walking home alone, there is a [...]

April 18, 2013 News
The truth about voter turnout rates

The truth about voter turnout rates

By Tim Alford News Editor It has only been a few months since voters across the country went to booths and voted on candidates for all offices of government. However, it will not be long before the campaign signs and [...]

April 11, 2013 News
OWU’s four most popular majors reflect university’s diversity

OWU’s four most popular majors reflect university’s diversity

By Elizabeth Childers Managing Editor While Ohio Wesleyan offers an array of majors in several departments – 93, according to OWU’s website – over the past five years, and according to the current declared majors, there are four who seem [...]

April 11, 2013 News
Community Market campaign builds

Community Market campaign builds

By Cecilia Smith Transcript Correspondent The Delaware Community Market will be on the ballot for next year’s off-campus food point program. Junior Alex D’Amore-Braver, a House of Thought resident, has been campaigning to get the Community Market on the off-campus [...]

April 11, 2013 News
Gitter predicts Ohio as new destination for Mexican migrants

Gitter predicts Ohio as new destination for Mexican migrants

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent Economics Professor Robert Gitter told students Thursday that one of 20 workers in America can say they were born in Mexico. Gitter spoke about Mexican migration to central Ohio as part of the Norman J. [...]

April 11, 2013 News
Bilingual poetry reading shows unique perspectives

Bilingual poetry reading shows unique perspectives

By Emily Feldmesser Transcript Correspondent April 1 brought a bilingual poetry reading by Spanish professor Juan Rojas for the release of Rojas’ new collection, “LUZ/LIGHT.” Accompanying Rojas was his editor, Ivan Vergara, and his translator Jennifer Rathbun, a professor at [...]

April 11, 2013 News
OWU Habitat builds future with local Family Promise

OWU Habitat builds future with local Family Promise

By Emily Hostetler Transcript Correspondent Volunteers from the Habitat for Humanity Chapters of Ohio Wesleyan and Delaware County volunteers are teaming up to build the county’s first homeless shelter just a few blocks from campus. The new Family Promise House, [...]

April 11, 2013 News
Life guards at Meek and Edwards lose hours, little warning

Life guards at Meek and Edwards lose hours, little warning

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter At 9:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29, students working as lifeguards at the Meek Aquatics and Recreation Center received an email from Aquatic Director Michael Kroll informing then of the cut in hours at Meek [...]

April 11, 2013 News
OWU takes back the night

OWU takes back the night

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter The fact that sexual violence is something that impacts everybody is one of the many important messages that Take Back the Night (TBTN) aims to convey. TBTN is an international event and is annually hosted [...]

April 4, 2013 News
“My Daughter Greta”: An untold story of a professor’s life at home

“My Daughter Greta”: An untold story of a professor’s life at home

by Elizabeth Childers Managing Editor “Once upon a time, in the summer, Greta ran away. She was barefoot and she just went outside, took her scooter, and without telling anybody, and without wearing a helmet, she just went away. And [...]

April 4, 2013 News