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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

Cost of living in Delaware County

By: Gopika Nair, Copy Editor Delaware County residents have a lot to smile about. Low cost of living and a low unemployment rate make it an ideal place to live, according to interviews with a few residents. But not only is it [...]

December 9, 2015 News

Marriage is in the air

If love hit you in the face, would you notice? Allison Deidre Anders Singer, of Sunbury, fought back. She attended a class at Title Boxing Club in Westerville and met the one she married. “I went in for a class one [...]

December 9, 2015 News

Admissions office seeks benefits, changes deadlines

By: Ross Hickenbottom, Transcript Reporter No more rolling deadlines, you say? Ohio Wesleyan prospects, beginning with the class of 2020, will now have a new periodic deadline system to guide them with their college decisions. Prior to the change, according to [...]

December 8, 2015 News

Six students abroad in Paris during Nov. attacks

By: Brian Goldaber, Transcript Correspondent For a group of half a dozen Ohio Wesleyan students, the attacks in Paris on Nov. 13 were all too real. Six students spending a semester abroad in Salamanca were spending the week in Paris when the attacks [...]

December 8, 2015 News

Students allowed into December faculty meeting

After much deliberation, faculty voted to allow student representatives from the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) and The Transcript into their December meeting. When the student guests arrived in Merrick Hall this Dec. 7, they were greeted by signs [...]

December 7, 2015 News

WCSA discusses budget requests, approves most

“This is it! Retirement is coming,” said President Jerry Lherisson, a senior. The final full senate meeting of the semester for the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) was Dec. 7, and most discussion focused on the requested budget of [...]

December 7, 2015 News

Backpacking, self-discovery in Wyoming

By: Nik Schiff, Transcript Correspondent This summer, a group of Ohio Wesleyan students will find their spiritual testing ground in the Wyoming wilderness. Members of the Leadership and Discipleship in the Wilderness (LDW) trip will spend six weeks in the Wind River [...]

December 4, 2015 News

Commission seeks to solve difficult problems

In recent weeks, many colleges and universities across the country have struggled with their administrations over racial and cultural inequalities. Many students have protested that their administrators do not listen to their concerns. Ohio Wesleyan’s President’s Commission on Racial and Cultural Diversity (PCORCD) [...]

December 3, 2015 News

UC 160 to be offered in the spring, now mandatory

By: Hannah Wargo, Transcript Correspondent For the first time ever, Ohio Wesleyan will be offering sections of UC 160 courses in the spring semester; and for the class of 2020, it will be mandatory. For about five years, these quarter-­credit courses have [...]

December 3, 2015 News