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Cake walk raises money for victims of Sandy

Cake walk raises money for victims of Sandy

By Chrissy Wesney Transcript Correspondent On Sunday five clubs put on their baking aprons to make cakes to benefit and raise awareness about “The Other Side of Sandy” at a Cake Walk in the Milligan Hub. Black Men of the [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Weekly Public Safety Report

Weekly Public Safety Report

Nov. 26 – Dec. 2 Nov. 26 4:10 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to Haycock Hall on a report of approximately 300 pounds of scrap metal missing from the exterior of the building. Nov. 26 11:45 a.m. – A resident [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Freethinkers discuss what separation of church and state means for the holidays

Freethinkers discuss what separation of church and state means for the holidays

By Liza Bennett Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan’s Freethinkers focus on religious, secular and human based ethics as they discuss winter holiday displays in relation to the separation of church and state. The discussion was held in the Beeghly Library Café [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Students and faculty celebrate “Living Colorfully”

Students and faculty celebrate “Living Colorfully”

By Margaret Bagnell, Banita Giri and Rebecca Muhl Transcript Reporter and Correspondents Black suits, sparkly dresses, high heels, smiling faces: OWU students crowded the Schimmel Conrades Science Center for this year’s President’s Ball on Dec. 1. This year marks the [...]

December 7, 2012 News
El Salvador mission trip raises funds to help children

El Salvador mission trip raises funds to help children

By Ellin Youse Transcript Reporter Although they may have been primarily focused on the guacamole, the students gathered in Benes Room C last Wednesday were supporting the Love and Hope Ministries’ efforts to assist dispossessed children of El Salvadore. The [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Get to know the SLUs in time for SLUsh

Get to know the SLUs in time for SLUsh

By Transcript Staff, Katie Wiskofske and Nicole Barhorst Transcript Correspondents Every year, the Small Living Units hold their version of rush: “SLUsh.” SLUsh is a series of events held at each of the SLUs for students interested becoming part of [...]

December 7, 2012 News
Faculty and staff create a gingerbread OWU

Faculty and staff create a gingerbread OWU

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December 7, 2012 News
Jim Underwood, adjunct professor of Journalism, speaks in front of Beeghly Library on Armistice Day, Nov. 9, about his experiences as a United States Marine in Vietnam.  Underwood recognizes his time in Vietnam as why he celebrates the sacrifices men and women have made in times of war.

Armistice Day recognizes unsung heroes

By Noah Manskar and Taylor Stout Transcript Correspondent and Reporter While Armistice Day may be a single day of the year, the effects of war are felt daily. The goal of Armistice Day is not to glorify war or justify [...]

November 16, 2012 News
Juniors Sam Sonnega (left) and Mike Cormier (right) display the bags full of trash they carried all week to support junior Aidan Williamson’s Tree House project.

Carrying trash encourages compost, helps ecosystem

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Correspondent Junior Aidan Williamson challenged Ohio Wesleyan students to carry all of their waste products in a trash bag everywhere they went last week in order to confront their ecological footprint. As a member of the [...]

November 16, 2012 News
The candidates for Mr. OWU: First Ladies and Presidents line up on the stage during the formal wear portion of the event. Kappa Alpha Theta puts on the male beauty pageant every year to raise funds for its national philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Eleven candidates competed for the title, seven representing fraternities, three representing sororities and one representing the Women’s House.

Kappa Alpha Theta goes presidential for charity- Photo Gallery

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November 16, 2012 News