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Ideas, insight and imagination in three minutes

Sara Hollabaugh, Arts &Entertainment Editor If lectures were only three minutes, would phones be checked or the internet surfed? Ohio Wesleyan will hold a three-minute lecture series event on Feb. 3 called I³ (I-cubed), which stands for ideas, insight and [...]

January 27, 2016 News

WCSA debates democracy

Areena Arora, Managing Editor Democracy was debated by members of the Wesleyan Council of Student Affairs (WCSA) at its Jan. 25 meeting. How senators are appointed and who gets the right to vote was at issue. A resolution to appoint new [...]

January 27, 2016 News

Extreme home makeover: SLU edition

Liz Hardaway, Transcript Reporter More than a hundred years later, Ohio Wesleyan’s Small Living Units (SLUs) are finally getting a makeover. While construction of the first SLUplex continues on 118 Rowland Ave. where House of Thought (HoT) previously stood, the [...]

January 25, 2016 News

MLK: a legacy to remember

By Courtney Dunne, Copy Editor On Jan. 18, many children enjoyed their days off relaxing at home, while Ohio Wesleyan University was up bright and early to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at breakfast.   Many members of the [...]

January 21, 2016 News

Remembering Brandon Sega

By Sara Hollabaugh, Arts & Entertainment Editor The tragic death of a beloved friend invites shared memories and a petition to keep drunk drivers off the road. Brandon Sega ’13 was killed Dec. 31, 2015 in a two-car accident. Jason Lonneman [...]

January 20, 2016 News

WCSA’s first full senate meeting

By Areena Arora, Managing Editor  The first full senate meeting of 2016 for the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) was on Jan. 18, coinciding with this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The meeting at Crider Lounge in Hamilton-Williams Campus [...]

January 20, 2016 News

First Friday festivities are big hit

By: Jordyn Hollenbeck, Transcript Correspondent The horse-­drawn carriage, the visit to Santa’s house and the popular tree lighting ceremony. Every December, the Delaware community unites to celebrate the Christmas season. On the first Friday of every month, a non­-profit organization named [...]

December 10, 2015 News

Students studying abroad pack up, return home

By: Daniel Terman, Transcript Correspondent As finals approach, students abroad are packing their bags and preparing for their journey home for the holidays. Starting in early September, study abroad programs begin and students leave for their prospective countries and programs. Junior Claire O’Keeffe [...]

December 10, 2015 News

OWU Mock Convention takes on the issue of student debt

Every four years, the Ohio Wesleyan Mock Convention takes place in Gray Chapel and students learn and experience the political party nomination process for the upcoming presidential election. This year’s Mock Convention will take place on both Feb. 5 and 6. Leading [...]

December 10, 2015 News

Pearl Harbor is remembered

This Blast from the Past article was first published by The Transcript in 1941 just two days after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Pepper, Taft & Burton Express Views on Japanese War: Before Congress Vote Repeating a technique utilized once [...]

December 9, 2015 News