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Speaker reaches out about the Women’s Vote

Speaker reaches out about the Women’s Vote

By Taylor Stoudt Transcript Reporter Women’s bodies are a hot topic in Washington D.C. these days and last Monday, the conversation came to Ohio Wesleyan. Kate Chapek, National Women’s Vote Director for the Obama campaign, spoke to students and faculty [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Weekly  Public  Safety  Reports 10/4/2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports 10/4/2012

September 24-30 Sept. 24 3:15 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to the Jaywalk after a report of a suspicious person. A search of the area failed to locate the subject. Sept. 24 6:15 p.m. – an injured Smith Hall resident [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Recognition for student organizations now more accessible

Recognition for student organizations now more accessible

By Noah Manskar Transcript Correspondent The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs and the Student Involvement Office has recently streamlined the process through which they officially recognize student organizations. Dana Behum, assistant director of Student Involvement, said student organizations must apply [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Expert simplifies complex economic strategies

Expert simplifies complex economic strategies

By Emily Hostetler Transcript Reporter While global economics surpass world boundaries through the internet and social media, economic success may lie in picking the right problems and finding solutions. Last Friday, Clark Winter ’73, president and founder of Clark Winter [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Eco-chef stresses importance of sustainable food

Eco-chef stresses importance of sustainable food

By Carly Shields Transcript Correspondent Bryant Terry, a food activist, “eco-chef” and author, spoke in the Benes Rooms on Sept. 24 about “Food Justice at the Intersection of Food Politics, Poverty, Public Health and the Environment.” Terry grew up in [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Vietnamese club shares tradition with OWU

Vietnamese club shares tradition with OWU

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter Bamboo dragonflies and non la were among the most popular authentic items sold Sept. 24 through 28 as a part of Vietnamese Culture Week. The Vietnamese Student Association sponsored a sale of items they brought [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Voter  registration efforts  continue

Voter registration efforts continue

By Spenser Hickey Transcript Correspondent With the elections five weeks away, the OWU election task force’s voter registration efforts are in full swing. After the success of last week’s Channel 10 visit, the Task Force and the Wesleyan Council on [...]

October 4, 2012 News
Andrew Rossi (right) interrogating junior Kati Sweigard (left) during a rehearsal of “8” at Chappelear Drama Center. “8” is based on the 2008 Proposition 8 case in California.

OWU brings Prop 8 trial to the stage

By Breanne Reilly News Editor Last Saturday at 8 p.m., Ohio Wesleyan students brought the fight over marriage equality to Chappelear Drama Center’s main stage. Students preformed “8,” a play based on the 2008 Proposition 8 case in California. The [...]

September 24, 2012 News
Abby Reynolds ‘15, Meghan Finke ‘16, Kelsey Thornton ‘16, and Maggie Lapolla ‘16 boogy down in the first Zumba class of the semester.

Zumba blends Latin music, dance to stay fit

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan students now have the opportunity to test their dance skills with a popular Latin-infused cardio workout. The Healthy Bishop Initiative, a campus program which enforces balanced and healthy lifestyles among students, is hosting [...]

September 24, 2012 News
Harrius Potter breathes life into dead language

Harrius Potter breathes life into dead language

By Emily Hostetler Transcript Reporter “Harry Potter” is more than a children’s book to the Ohio Wesleyan Classics Club, it’s an interesting way of introducing students to the Latin language and the ancient world. Harrius Potter is a weekly event [...]

September 24, 2012 News