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Two cars became trapped in the flooded streets hit by Hurricane Sandy. The hurricane hit the East Coast Oct. 29 and many people still do not have power or access to gas for transportation.

Hurricane Sandy destroys East Coast, students worry about family

By Julia Stone and Thomas Boucher Transcript Correspondents While blustery side effects from Hurricane Sandy stormed through Delaware, many Ohio Wesleyan students from the East Coast were absorbed by thoughts about their families back home. Freshman Sarah Shulman said she [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Former Delaware chef feeds OWU    students healthy Kurdish cuisine

Former Delaware chef feeds OWU students healthy Kurdish cuisine

By Carly Shields Transcript Correspondent Kurdish Chef Avesta Saaty cooks with a collage of different herbs, spices and cultures, but emphasizes locally grown and eaten food is best. On Nov. 1 Saaty spoke about her experience growing up with local [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Weekly  Public  Safety  Reports Oct. 24 – Nov. 4

Weekly Public Safety Reports Oct. 24 – Nov. 4

Oct. 29 7:45 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to Bashford Hall on a report of a missing fire extinguisher. Investigation is ongoing. Nov. 1 1:32 a.m. – Public Safety and the Delaware City Fire Department dispatched to Smith Hall on [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Club provides OWU students opportunity to volunteer with Humane Society

Club provides OWU students opportunity to volunteer with Humane Society

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor The Pet Pals club at Ohio Wesleyan offers animal lovers the opportunity to spend time with animals and to learn how to care for animals in need of help. According to the OWU website, “Pet [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Donations to the Ohio Wesleyan Fund fills the tuition gap

Donations to the Ohio Wesleyan Fund fills the tuition gap

By Sarah Love Transcript Correspondent The Ohio Wesleyan Fund hopes to raise the amount of faculty, staff and administrator donations with their new campaign “I Believe.” The Ohio Wesleyan Fund helps to pay for student’s education, and for essentials within [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Department changes name to reflect development

Department changes name to reflect development

By Samantha Simon Transcript Correspondent Recently, the department previously named University Relations has undergone a name change to now be known as University Advancement. The name change was a collaboration of all parties involved in the advancement team. Colleen Garland, [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Message of acceptance spreads through PRIDE

Message of acceptance spreads through PRIDE

By Emily Hostetler Assistant Copy Editor Students show their pride, love and awareness of the LGBTIQA community during a week dedicated to equality and acceptance for everyone. PRIDE Week was from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2, and featured daily events [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Book club creates faith discussion

Book club creates faith discussion

By Sadie Slagar Transcript Reporter The Interfaith House (IF) and the House of Peace and Justice (P&J) invited students to engage in open conversations about faith with their “The Same, But Different” discussion series. Junior Mimi Abrams, a member of [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Caffeine: a  ‘psychoactive drug’ with ups and downs for body and brain

Caffeine: a ‘psychoactive drug’ with ups and downs for body and brain

By Jenna Rodcay Transcript Reporter When the word caffeine is said, usually thoughts of coffee, soda or tea come to mind. However, caffeine is also a drug. According to National Geographic magazine, caffeine is the most popular drug in the [...]

November 9, 2012 News
Four more years for Obama

Four more years for Obama

By Ellin Youse and Eric Tifft Transcript Reporter and Managing Editor Although students filled Benes Rooms A and B Tuesday night, the loudest sound to be heard all night was that of the muttered munch of a chicken wing. Quiet [...]

November 9, 2012 News