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Students bid farewell to illegal downloading

Students bid farewell to illegal downloading

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter To prevent copyright infringement and potential lawsuits against students and the university, Information Services has blocked file sharing applications like BitTorrent from being run on campus. These peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and systems are used [...]

October 15, 2013 News
$ALT helps $tudents $ave

$ALT helps $tudents $ave

By Samantha Simon Transcript Reporter Students and recent graduates now have all the benefits and free access to a new program called SALT. SALT is a money management education resource that helps students reach their financial and educational goals. American [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Homecoming reunites faculty, students and alumni

Homecoming reunites faculty, students and alumni

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty, family and alumni from around the country gathered to celebrate yet another homecoming weekend from Friday, October 4, to Sunday, October 6. The Spirit and Homecoming Organization (SHO) planned events for [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Table tennis club hits it off

Table tennis club hits it off

By Sarah Schneider Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan’s new table tennis club aims to foster friendly competition within the university and between OWU and other schools. According to senior Anuk Yingrotetarakul, the club’s current president, the motivation to form the group [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Board of trustees hold year’s first meeting

Board of trustees hold year’s first meeting

By Brian Cook Transcript Reporter The Board of Trustees set many different objectives for the year at its first meeting of the academic year last Friday. One of the objectives set in the meeting, according to a statement to the [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

By Ellin Youse A & E Editor For centuries, humans have danced for their desires. We dance for rain, for harvest, for weddings, for coming of age ceremonies, for hope, and for support. As long as there have been human [...]

September 29, 2013 News
Environmental artists illuminate climate change

Environmental artists illuminate climate change

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter The Ross Art Museumis currently displaying the work of Caleb Cain Marcus as a supplement to this year’s Sagan National Colloquium (SNC), the subject of which is global warming. Marcus’s exhibit, titled “A Portrait of [...]

September 29, 2013 News
“A united front against a single enemy…”: Memorandum frustrates fraternities

“A united front against a single enemy…”: Memorandum frustrates fraternities

By Elizabeth Childers Transcript Correspondent Editor’s Note: This story was written in May, and all attributed interviews were conducted in the spring. The story was published online in June, but The Transcript’s editorial staff feels it is still relevant to [...]

September 29, 2013 News
OWU siblings support and encourage one another

OWU siblings support and encourage one another

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter Some students interpret the phrase “home away from home” a little more literally when their sibling joins them at Ohio Wesleyan. Lucas and Lauren Janowicz, siblings from Toledo, Ohio, said they like being at the [...]

September 29, 2013 News
Bishop keeps on battling for OWU athletics

Bishop keeps on battling for OWU athletics

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter “Battling” isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind when you hear the word “Bishop”—unless you go to Ohio Wesleyan. Coined in 1925, the term “Battling Bishop” was the winning nickname selected through a [...]

September 29, 2013 News