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Hydration  stations  to increase  sustainability on campus

Hydration stations to increase sustainability on campus

By Liza Bennett Transcript Reporter Three new hydration stations have been added on campus as one of the many sustainability efforts that various members of the Ohio Wesleyan community have done to increase sustainability on campus. The new hydration stations [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Students learn how to ‘Talk to the Hand’ with the ASL club

Students learn how to ‘Talk to the Hand’ with the ASL club

By Heather Kuch Sports Editor “Talk to the Hand” is the Ohio Wesleyan American Sign Language (ASL) Club which gives students the opportunity to learn a new skill in a variety of creative ways. The club meets weekly to learn [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Newly elected WSCA reps challenge campaign norms

Newly elected WSCA reps challenge campaign norms

By Margaret Bagnell and Spenser Hickey Transcript Reporter and Correspondent Last Friday, juniors Martin Clark and Tim O’Keeffe were elected the next president and vice president of the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs.They defeated two other candidate pairs: juniors Ariel [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Soccer for Food collects funds for CARE

Soccer for Food collects funds for CARE

By Chrissy Wesney Transcript Correspondent The weather was nice, the music was loud and the soccer balls were flying as students and faculty played soccer for CARE. The second annual Ohio Wesleyan University Soccer for Food competition took place on [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Students can expect a cramped, expensive flight home for the holidays

Students can expect a cramped, expensive flight home for the holidays

By Margaux Erilane Transcript Correspondent With turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, biscuits, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, family, friends and pie just around the corner, how could anyone not be jumping for joy at the prospects of the upcoming [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Critical Incident Response Team has campus prepared for disaster

Critical Incident Response Team has campus prepared for disaster

By Jenna Rodcay Transcript Reporter Though Ohio Wesleyan did not experience severe effects from Hurricane Sandy, the Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) met to make preparations in case of the worst. According to the introduction of the CIRP, the plan [...]

November 16, 2012 News
President Rock Jones, who attended the election night watch party, takes a look at the map the students have been updating.

Swing states still play important role in election

By Ellin Youse Transcript Reporter Whether it was Michelle Obama’s voice interrupting a Pandora Internet Radio station to talk about her husband, or Paul Ryan promoting his running mate on Twitter, students had no option in following this year’s presidential [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Harvard professor connects disease, diet and the food pyramid

Harvard professor connects disease, diet and the food pyramid

By Carly Shields Transcript Correspondent The health and diet of American citizens and the progress, or lack thereof, made so far was the topic of discussion last week. Walter Willett, the chair of the department of nutrition at Harvard Medical [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Altars set up to honor loved ones on Día de los Muertos include photos of the deceased, religious items and crystal skulls.

¡VIVA! honors loved ones on Día de los Muertos

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan’s Latin American culture group, VIVA Latinoamericana, wrapped up its celebratory Hispanic Heritage Month with an important Mexican tradition. On Nov. 1, members of VIVA created their second annual Día de los Muertos, (“Day [...]

November 9, 2012 News
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