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Former Ohio Wesleyan provost and current professor of psychology David Robbins.

Empty promises and budget struggles: An investigation of the faculty salary debate at Ohio Wesleyan

View an interactive version of this story at Transcript Investigations. By Noah Manskar, Editor-in-Chief and Suzanne Samin, Transcript Correspondent Someone wanted students to know about the ongoing faculty salary dispute at Ohio Wesleyan. A small lime green flyer was posted, [...]

May 24, 2013 News

Thursday shooting injures one, suspect in custody

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor and Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief A man was shot Thursday night on the Woodward Elementary School playground at 200 S. Washington St., three blocks from the Ohio Wesleyan campus. Delaware Police Department (DPD) officers responded [...]

May 3, 2013 News
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Day on the JAY gets students moving

By Morgan Christie Transcript Correspondent According to sophomore Kristen Puckett, Day on the JAY is not just a tradition, but an event not to be missed. Puckett, president of Campus Programming Board (CPB), said Day on the JAY, held this [...]

April 25, 2013 News
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Catching up: sex crime reporting in Delaware and at Ohio Wesleyan

By Noah Manskar Editor-in-Chief Rape and sexual assault are the most under-reported crimes nationally—54 percent of rapes are never reported to authorities, according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). In Delaware, most that are reported are quickly [...]

April 25, 2013 News
Junior Nola Johnson accepts the Pete and Barbara Smith Leadership Award from Terree Stevenson, director of Multicultural Student Affairs, at Saturday’s Golden Bishop Awards ceremony.

Administration honors OWU ‘Leaders Who Rock’

By Marilyn Baer Transcript Reporter Students were rewarded last Saturday for their hard work and dedication to Ohio Wesleyan at the Golden Bishop Awards. The theme of this year’s ceremony was “Leaders Who Rock!” The Benes Rooms in Hamilton-Williams Campus [...]

April 25, 2013 News
OWU garden project gains momentum

OWU garden project gains momentum

By Sophie Crispin Transcript Reporter As the academic year nears its end, several students are just beginning work on the Ohio Wesleyan community garden. Located in front of the Student Observatory beside Stuyvesant Hall, the garden has been largely left [...]

April 25, 2013 News
Hamilton-Williams food court to undergo renovations

Hamilton-Williams food court to undergo renovations

By Becca Sufrin Transcript Correspondent In the fall of 2013, the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center (HWCC) Food Court will appear much different and offer new and improved options. Gene Castelli, Chartwells resident district manager; the Ohio Wesleyan Board of Trustees; and [...]

April 25, 2013 News
Sigma Chi’s Derby Days raises money for children’s network

Sigma Chi’s Derby Days raises money for children’s network

By Megan Dill Transcript Correspondent Last week, Sigma Chi (Sig Chi) put on their annual philanthropy event, Derby Days, to benefit Children’s Miracle Network. Derby Days is a week-long event that consists of various competitions among the Greek community. This [...]

April 25, 2013 News
Cultural food workshop serves Latin cuisine to campus

Cultural food workshop serves Latin cuisine to campus

By Jija Dutt Transcript Correspondent Three student organizations used food as a way to educate about different cultures with a cultural food workshop on Thursday, April 18. Junior Ashley Madera, moderator of the Citizens of the World (COW) House, and [...]

April 25, 2013 News
Boston attack leaves 3 dead, more maimed

Boston attack leaves 3 dead, more maimed

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor Glass and blood stained the sidewalks, buildings shook and runners were knocked to the ground during the two explosions that killed at least three people during the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. So [...]

April 18, 2013 News