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Rojas receives digital scholarship grant

Chair of the modern foreign language department Juan Rojas has received the opportunity to create a digital map of a Hispanic American literary and urban art anthology. Rojas said this “will form an essential part of the curriculum in two of [...]

September 22, 2015 News

Faculty approve new major, debate OWU’s future

When the call to adjourn the faculty meeting echoed across Merrick’s third floor, faculty and administrators breathed a collective sigh of relief. This Sept. 21, faculty met to discuss issues ranging from ways to increase revenue streams without compromising educational quality to [...]

September 21, 2015 News

WCSA welcomes seven new senators

President Jerry Lherisson, a senior, could not mask his surprise this morning. As he began the Sept. 21 full senate meeting, he exclaimed, “Wow, there are lots of new faces that I haven’t seen before!” Lherisson was alluding to seven new students [...]

September 21, 2015 News

Go!OWU strengthens leadership on campus

Go!OWU is a campus-­wide event that provides a variety of diverse educational workshops for student leaders and seeks to strengthen all campus organizations. The event was held on Sept. 12. Each organization was required to have at least two members in attendance, [...]

September 21, 2015 News

Breaking News: Martin Eisenberg placed on administrative leave

Martin J. Eisenberg, Ohio Wesleyan University’s dean of academic affairs, was placed on administrative leave today, Sept. 21. The announcement came at 12:40 p.m., in the form of an email sent only to OWU faculty and staff. In it, Provost [...]

September 21, 2015 News

Fraternity houses neglected over the summer

If your room is infested with bees and covered in a layer of dust upon your return to campus, it can make move­-in difficult. That’s exactly what happened at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house. Bill Milanick, a senior, reported that the [...]

September 17, 2015 News

Attacks plague OWU’s email system

It’s pronounced “fishing.” Over the past few months, a number of phishing attacks have been carried out through Ohio Wesleyan’s email system. The attack gets its unusual name from the combination of “phreaking” and “fishing.” Phreaking describes the study and exploration of [...]

September 16, 2015 News

WCSA vote on changes to budget guidelines passes

At the Sept. 14 Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) meeting, senators put new budget submission policies to vote. The rules in effect for budget submission last semester directly affected clubs and other student organizations; most organizations depend on WCSA as their [...]

September 14, 2015 News

Rwandan genocide survivor speaks at OWU

  For Immaculée Ilibagiza, a survivor of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, telling her story is of vital importance. On Sept. 10, she discussed her book “Left To Tell” in Ohio Wesleyan’s Gray Chapel in front of hundreds of guests. Ilibagiza’s book “recounts [...]

September 14, 2015 News

Welch gym consolidates equipment

By: Ross Hickenbottom, Transcript reporter   The fitness center located in Welch Hall has been the preferred workout location for many OWU students over the years. Lately, students have noticed missing equipment in the workout area. Serving as a more convenient exercise [...]

September 11, 2015 News