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Career Services teams up with student volunteers

 Career Services wants to enhance job preparation for Ohio Wesleyan students. The career development team is meant to do just that. “The career development team is an initiative to increase student access to the office’s services and resources via highly trained [...]

February 4, 2015 News

Survey on sexual assault sent to students

On Jan. 19, President Rock Jones emailed Ohio Wesleyan students asking them to complete a survey on sexual assault, which included questions about how safe students feel on campus and their confidence in school officials. According to the email, the [...]

February 4, 2015 News, Uncategorized

New housing means fewer options

When Phi Delta Gamma (Fiji) takes back their house next semester, juniors and seniors will be left with fewer housing options than in the past. There are 32 rooms in 35 Williams Drive, one of the junior/senior living options, according [...]

February 3, 2015 News

Kenyon students make more, OWU students pay less

                      While Kenyon College graduates may end up making more money in their first five years than graduates from Ohio Wesleyan University, OWU alumnis won’t have to pay as much [...]

January 31, 2015 News

Woltemade Center appoints alum to new position

Ohio Wesleyan alumna Megan (Sanders) Ellis (‘05) took on the new role as administrative director for the Woltemade Center in response to the continued growth of the economics department. Over 100 applications were received for the position. Alice Simon, faculty [...]

January 30, 2015 News

Moot Court robbed in Miami

The Ohio Wesleyan Moot Court teams did not expect great success at nationals, and they certainly did not expect to get robbed on their last day of travel. OWU sent two teams to the national Moot Court competition in Miami, [...]

January 28, 2015 News

Public Safety hunts for break-in bandit

                    On Oct. 24, 2014, the Thomson Corner Store was broken into and $100 was stolen from the cash register. The intruder gained entrance to the store by smashing one of [...]

January 27, 2015 News

International enrollment, class times taken into account with faculty

A new initiative to focus on international student enrollment was introduced at Monday’s faculty meeting. President Rock Jones and Susan Dileno, vice president for enrollment, informed faculty about a partnership with EC English Language Centres, which would house international students [...]

January 27, 2015 News

Eber sentenced to six years

By: Editor-in-Chief Emily Feldmesser and Managing Editor Adelle Brodbeck Held in the arms of his 19-year-old brother, Nicholas Eber entered the Delaware County Court House Monday morning to be sentenced for the stabbing of Anthony Peddle (‘14). On Dec. 12, [...]

January 26, 2015 News

Visiting lecturer says happiness should be first priority

Even though incomes in the United States have nearly tripled since World War II, Americans are not much happier, according to a college professor who studies happiness. “We as policymakers need to look at how policies affect citizens’ quality of [...]

January 23, 2015 News