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Weather or not, classes continue

Weather or not, classes continue

By Caleb Dorfman Transcript Reporter A cold spell sent temperatures well below zero last week, and raised the question of which weather conditions would lead to cancelled classes. According to Craig Ullom, vice president of Student Affairs, President Rock Jones [...]

February 6, 2014 News
SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

SLUsh 2014 brings scores of students

The snow and ice were an appropriate setting for many students who found new homes for next semester in this year’s Small Living Unit (SLU) recruitment. SLUsh is the week-long period where the campus’s SLUs recruit residents. This year, they [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Atheists seek space

Atheists seek space

Atheist and agnostic students now have access to campus resources provided by junior Avery Winston and senior Maddy Leader, with help from staff of the Chaplain’s and Service Learning Offices. Currently, these resources are limited to a collection of books [...]

February 6, 2014 News
Students find their home away from home in Greek Life

Students find their home away from home in Greek Life

The week after winter break, unaffiliated men and women geared up to go through recruitment in hopes of finding a fraternity or sorority to call home. Even though these two events occurred during the same time, they were carried out [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Drying out Elliott Hall, one book at a time

Drying out Elliott Hall, one book at a time

When Public Safety Officer Jay McCann walked into the foyer of Elliott Hall the evening of Jan. 8, a waterfall greeted him. “My first feelings can be described as very emotional,” McCann said. “Here stands the matriarch of our community [...]

January 30, 2014 News
‘Reverse culture shock’ when students return to OWU after being abroad

‘Reverse culture shock’ when students return to OWU after being abroad

Coming back to a college campus after a long break is usually exciting for students. After spending a significant period of time at home, many students are happy to be back on campus, with the freedoms that comes along with [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Pres. Obama aims spotlight at college sexual violence

Pres. Obama aims spotlight at college sexual violence

  By Spenser Hickey and Bre Reilly Editor-in-Chief and Transcript Correspondent One in five women attending college in the US experience some form of sexual violence, and only 12 percent of them report it. While these statistics have been pointed [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Students honor MLK legacy, look to make racism part of the past

Students honor MLK legacy, look to make racism part of the past

On April 4, 1968, African-American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed outside of his hotel room in Memphis, Tennessee. In honor of Martin Luther King Day, students and professors organized events throughout the week to [...]

January 30, 2014 News
Student charged with second-degree felony

Student charged with second-degree felony

Last updated Dec. 6, 4:04 p.m. By Noah Manskar, Editor-in-Chief News Editor Spenser Hickey contributed reporting to this story. A former Ohio Wesleyan student is out of jail awaiting indictment after being arrested and charged with inducing panic, a second-degree [...]

December 5, 2013 News
Volleyball snaps losing streak: Bishops beat Ohio Christian after losing 10 straight

Volleyball snaps losing streak: Bishops beat Ohio Christian after losing 10 straight

By Zane Kieffer Transcript Correspondent The Ohio Wesleyan women’s volleyball team snapped a 10-game losing streak in a victory over Ohio Christian University. It was the first win in over a month for the Bishops as they overcame a 2-sets-to-1 [...]

November 2, 2013 News