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Daniel Haybron speaks to a crowd of students, faculty and staff in the Benes Room.

Visiting lecturer says happiness should be first priority

Even though incomes in the United States have nearly tripled since World War II, Americans are not much happier, according to a college professor who studies happiness. “We as policymakers need to look at how policies affect citizens’ quality of [...]

January 23, 2015 News
Evan and Barbara Corns

Major alumni gifts contribute to campaign

  Many donations have been pouring into Ohio Wesleyan the past semester. Recently, an anonymous couple challenged alumni to match their donation of $250,000. Thursday’s gift, according to an email sent out from President Rock Jones, was from Ginny and [...]

January 23, 2015 News
Juniors Emma Drongowski and Jerry Lherisson, WCSA Vice President and President. Photo courtesy of Emma Drongowski.

New goals for familiar faces

Every new Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) administration has grand plans for their tenure, and this administration is no exception. President Jerry Lherrison and Vice President Emma Drongowski, both juniors, have ambitious plans and are willing to tackle them [...]

January 23, 2015 News
Snow and ice on sidewalks poses challenges for students walking to class.

Clear paths needed for students

The poor conditions of the sidewalks and pathways are evident across the Ohio Wesleyan campus, but Housekeeping and Buildings and Grounds work to clear these paths. Ice and snow continue to cover some of the walking paths that students take [...]

January 22, 2015 News
Senior Alex Lothstein while in Israel.

While you were gone

  Though Ohio Wesleyan closes campus during winter break, it doesn’t shut down entirely. Some students stayed for the vacation or returned early, while Public Safety continued to patrol campus. Contrary to popular belief, Resident Advisors are not required to [...]

January 21, 2015 News
Through snow and cold, workers make progress on Merrick Hall.

Cold can’t stop construction

Ohio Wesleyan University president Rock Jones says both Merrick Hall and Simpson Querrey are on track to be completed by next fall. Jones also added that the patio outside Merrick Hall will be finished in time for this May’s Commencement [...]

January 21, 2015 News
Junior Nicole Nitti in front of Independence Hall in the Old City neighborhood in Philadelphia while taking part in The Philadelphia Center internship program.

Returning to campus after a life away

After a semester off campus, some of our fellow Bishops are back at Ohio Wesleyan University with a taste of what is soon to come: adult life. Students from OWU traveled domestically and internationally last semester and agreed that it [...]

January 20, 2015 News
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