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Strand receives much needed renovations

Strand receives much needed renovations

By Sophie Crispin Transcript Correspondent Another round of renovations are in order for the historic Strand Theatre, thanks to a $125,000 donation from Delaware County Bank. Located at 28 E. Winter St., the Strand is one of the top five [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Students get used to living at OWU…again

Students get used to living at OWU…again

By Emily Feldmesser Transcript Correspondent A new year brings a new semester to Ohio Wesleyan, and after a three week winter break, students are getting readjusted to life on campus. Freshman Adelle Brodbeck said the week classes reconvened was the [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Weekly Public  Safety Reports

Weekly Public Safety Reports

Week of Jan. 15-21 Jan. 15 11:00 a.m. – An ARAMARK supervisor reported a missing radio to Public Safety. Jan. 15 4:41 p.m. – Public Safety was dispatched to Hayes Hall on a drug report. Jan. 15 10:41 p.m. – [...]

February 1, 2013 News
OWU community discusses racial incidents on campus

OWU community discusses racial incidents on campus

By Spenser Hickey Assistant Copy Editor On his first day of teaching at OWU in 1989, Professor Emmanuel Twesigye, an Anglican from Uganda, found a swastika chalked onto the outside door to his office. It was one of several experiences [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Fraternities make the most of new recruitment process

Fraternities make the most of new recruitment process

By Haley Cooper Transcript Correspondent From SkyZone with Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) to Broom Ball with Delta Tau Delta (Delt), fraternity rush events have been bouncing their way into the past week. Unaffiliated men have been getting involved with the [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Students saddened by SCSC Chartwells employee’s departure

Students saddened by SCSC Chartwells employee’s departure

By Rachel Vincinguerra Transcript Reporter Linnea Velasquez has worked at the Schimmel Conrades Science Center (SCSC) Food Cart serving students and faculty their morning coffee for almost 13 years. Velasquez began her day alongside the science majors early in the [...]

February 1, 2013 News
50 Day Club gets ready to start guzzling

50 Day Club gets ready to start guzzling

By Brian Cook Transcript Correspondent The Backstretch Bar will hold sign-ups for their annual 50 Day Club on Saturday, March 23, according to owner Joanne Meyer. The club, which started ten years ago, involves ordering at least two drinks at [...]

February 1, 2013 News
Juniors Nick Elhers and Kati Sweigard battle over same-sex marriage in the performance “8” at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio. Chris Tucci, the director of theater at Heidelberg University, invited the OWU students, faculty and staff involved in the production to perform. Tucci said he felt it was important to inform the Heidelberg community about marriage equality.

OWU takes same-sex marriage debate to Heidelberg

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent Ohio Wesleyan’s production of “8,” a play about the legal battle over same-sex marriage, was revived on Sunday for a performance at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio. Chris Tucci, director of theater at Heidelberg, said [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Hostess goes under, 15,000 left unemployed

Hostess goes under, 15,000 left unemployed

By Samantha Simon Transcript Reporter On November 30, a bankruptcy judge approved bonuses for the management team at Hostess, while allowing the company to liquidate. The move calls for 15,000 people to immediately lose their job, with an additional 3,000 [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Student  arrested for burglary, voyeurism

Student arrested for burglary, voyeurism

By Marissa Alfano Editor-in-Chief An OWU student was arrested for burglary, indecent exposure, voyeurism and disorderly conduct on Saturday, Dec. 1, according to Delaware Police Department incident reports. At 1 a.m. freshman Waleed Osman was written up by Public Safety [...]

December 7, 2012 News