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Weekly Public  Safety Reports April 16-22, 2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports April 16-22, 2012

4/17/12 1:15 a.m. – Public Safety and Delaware City Police were dispatched to the area of 20 Williams Drive after receiving a report of a person with a gun walking east on Park Avenue. A search of the area failed [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Pre-law club event receives good ruling

Pre-law club event receives good ruling

Two judges spoke about the realities of their tough jobs in the court system last Tuesday night during the Pre-Law Club’s first event. The two judges taking part in the event were Judge Everett Krueger (Delaware) and Judge L. Alan [...]

May 9, 2012 News
College: How sex and marriage fit in today

College: How sex and marriage fit in today

Senior Nick Peranzi is defying national trends. He and his girlfriend of nearly a year, senior Rachel King, plan to be married within the next few years. “If you would have told me this would have happened three years ago,” [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Campus group exposes hate

Campus group exposes hate

The group Common Texts held a special meeting on April 17 to focus on anti-Semitism and Islamophobia on Ohio Wesleyan’s campus and in the media as part of Anti-Hate week. Sophomore Maria Jafri, president of Tauheed, said it was crucial [...]

May 9, 2012 News
A spiritual kaleidoscope:Perceptions of religious groups vary by ‘layer’

A spiritual kaleidoscope:Perceptions of religious groups vary by ‘layer’

Ohio Wesleyan University Chaplain Jon Powers likens the community of religious and spiritual organizations on campus to colored stones within a kaleidoscope. With just a simple tap the entire composition of the kaleidoscope changes. “All stones are valuable, but not [...]

May 9, 2012 News
A shift in power?  Women with positions of power in higher education still  face obstacles competing with men

A shift in power? Women with positions of power in higher education still face obstacles competing with men

Administrative positions in colleges and universities are an example of leadership posts traditionally viewed as “men’s jobs.” From the president to the provost, men have typically held these jobs, but recently there has been an increase in the number of [...]

May 9, 2012 News
The special needs participants run through a tunnel of OWU student athletes to receive their awards on the podium.

Bishop Champion Games: Event unites special needs population and student athletes

Ohio Wesleyan student athletes came together to support special needs athletes in the annual Bishop Champion Games on April 15. The Bishop Champion Games is an event designed by the Ohio Wesleyan University Athletic Council (OWAC) for special needs athletes. [...]

April 23, 2012 News
Ryan Clark awaits a pitch at last Sunday’s KATs and Bats wiffle ball tournament.

KATs & Bats: Greek community unites to hit home run for child advocates

A little bit of wind did not stop wiffle ball enthusiasts from participating in Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATs and Bats fundraiser Sunday afternoon on Fraternity Hill. The unexpected gusts made for some wild pitches, questionable throws, and hits that were [...]

April 23, 2012 News
SUBA holds Day of Justice, honors Martin

SUBA holds Day of Justice, honors Martin

Many of the students in hooded sweatshirts on April 11 were not wearing them because of the cold. Instead, they wore them as a memorial to the life of Florida teen Trayvon Martin. While the facts of his death are [...]

April 23, 2012 News
Fink, students note importance of networking

Fink, students note importance of networking

Former Senior Marketing Executive for Kellog Company,Tom Fink, told students on March 9 that the world of marketing is rapidly changing due to advances in technology, during his visit to OWU. While on campus, he met with students one-on-one, at [...]

April 23, 2012 News