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Downtown shops offer products of ‘better quality’

Downtown shops offer products of ‘better quality’

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent In the past six months, new shops, such as Simply Vague and Button Up, have expanded downtown Delaware’s offering of locally made products. Kathleen Miller, proprietor of Button Up, opened her shop April 2 of [...]

October 26, 2012 News
The rededication of Stuyvesant Hall last weekend attracted many alumni, parents and students to attend the historic ceremony. The 15 month renovation project was funded by generous contributions from alumni. Stuyvesant first opened its doors in 1931 and was a women-only residence hall.

Rededication rekindles decades of memories

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent After 15 months of renovations Stuyvesant Hall officially opened its doors last Friday as current students, faculty, trustees, alumni and Ohio Wesleyan parents participated in this historic event. David Chambliss, development officer of university relations, [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Project Unbreakable has ‘profound impact’ on  survivors

Project Unbreakable has ‘profound impact’ on survivors

By Suzanne Samin Arts & Entertainment Editor When Grace Brown created Project Unbreakable in her dorm room at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, she did not know it would take her many places across the country, [...]

October 4, 2012 News
‘Senseless destruction’ at high cost to students

‘Senseless destruction’ at high cost to students

By Breanne Reilly News Editor Public Safety is investigating damages inflicted upon the Smith East and West residence halls. In the past month, the buildings have procured several hundred dollars in damages and Smith residents are paying out of pocket [...]

October 4, 2012 News
OWU  welcomes families for the weekend

OWU welcomes families for the weekend

By Jacob Beach Transcript Correspondent After just five weeks of classes, students are starting to settle in their rooms and grow comfortable with their course load. But for some parents, five weeks is the longest time they have been away [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Phi Beta Gamma making a strong comeback on campus

Phi Beta Gamma making a strong comeback on campus

By Marilyn Baer Transcript Correspondent Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity is one of the newest additions to the Greek community at OWU. Fiji officially gained its first pledge class on March 8 of last semester after their national headquarters facilitated their [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Speaker reaches out about the Women’s Vote

Speaker reaches out about the Women’s Vote

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter Women’s bodies are a hot topic in Washington D.C. these days and last Monday, the conversation came to Ohio Wesleyan. Kate Chapek, National Women’s Vote Director for the Obama campaign, spoke to students and faculty [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Weekly  Public  Safety  Reports 10/4/2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports 10/4/2012

September 24-30 Sept. 24 3:15 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to the Jaywalk after a report of a suspicious person. A search of the area failed to locate the subject. Sept. 24 6:15 p.m. – an injured Smith Hall resident [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Recognition for student organizations now more accessible

Recognition for student organizations now more accessible

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs and the Student Involvement Office has recently streamlined the process through which they officially recognize student organizations. Dana Behum, assistant director of Student Involvement, said student organizations must apply [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Expert simplifies complex economic strategies

Expert simplifies complex economic strategies

By Emily Hostetler Transcript Reporter While global economics surpass world boundaries through the internet and social media, economic success may lie in picking the right problems and finding solutions. Last Friday, Clark Winter ’73, president and founder of Clark Winter [...]

October 4, 2012 News