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Law enforcement heroes come to OWU, share their stories

Though no crime had been committed, on Aug. 17, hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the country arrived at sunny Ohio Wesleyan. As part of the second annual Leadership in Crisis conference, the officers discussed their work experiences in hopes of [...]

September 2, 2015 News

Major changes made to minors

Pending a decision by the Academic Policy Committee (APC), Course Connections could be adopted as potential minors for Ohio Wesleyan students. According to the Course Connection (CCs) website, CCs are “cross­divisional networks of courses organized around common themes.” Philosophy professor Erin Flynn, [...]

September 2, 2015 News

Food points: deal or no deal?

Using Ohio Wesleyan food points to get an off-campus meal isn’t a bargain. According to WCSA President Jerry Lherrison, students can be charged up to 44 percent extra by the establishment they visit. Furthermore, OWU takes 30 percent of all off-campus purchases, [...]

September 2, 2015 News

Student Affairs veteran changes focus

After 40 years in the Student Affairs office, Craig Ullom decided to make a change. “With over half of that time as a senior Student Affairs officer, I believe it is time in my career to explore other ways I can [...]

September 1, 2015 News

Interim Dean of Students named

A new year brings new faces, and this August, Ohio Wesleyan is welcoming more than just freshmen to campus. Kurt C. Holmes, former Dean of Students for The College of Wooster, will be joining OWU for the 2015-­2016 academic year. After Craig [...]

September 1, 2015 News

Senate seeks fresh faces

Food and freshmen made their way onto the Wesleyan Council of Student Affairs’ (WCSA) full senate meeting agenda this Aug. 31. Senior Emma Drongowski, vice president of WCSA, began discussing the changes to Ohio Wesleyan’s dining services after a brief [...]

August 31, 2015 News

Trattoria is no more

When students start craving a late night pizza or sub, there won’t be anyone to call. Trattoria, the delivery food service previously operated out of Smith Dining Hall, is no longer catering to nighttime snackers. Trattoria was open every night [...]

August 31, 2015 News

Prevalence, source of rabies different in Ohio than other parts

Dog bites send children and adults to hospitals, dogs to quarantine for rabies testing and insurance claims up. With warm weather and more activities outdoors to keep people busy, the chance of animal bites increases. Ohioans, however, are more likely [...]

May 25, 2015 News

Major thoroughfare of Delaware City in need of major overhaul

Anyone who travels on East Central Avenue in Delaware knows they are in for a bumpy ride. And it’s not going to get smoother any time soon. City officials know East Central, three blocks north of Ohio Wesleyan University, is [...]

May 21, 2015 News

SLUs saved: MFL and SAGE buildings to remain on campus next year

When the moderators and members of the Modern Foreign Language House (MFL) and the Sexuality and Gender Equality House (SAGE) received the email late last Monday that their buildings would be safe next year, the resounding response was one of [...]

May 4, 2015 News