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Sagan courses take OWU students’ learning to new heights in Costa Rica

Sagan courses take OWU students’ learning to new heights in Costa Rica

Sagan courses in 2011 and 2012 provided opportunities for students to engage in travel learning in Costa Rica, through two different courses of study. Students from a course in Tropical Biology traveled to Costa Rica over spring break to study [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Budget system makes club funding accessible

Budget system makes club funding accessible

Ohio Wesleyan boasts over 130 clubs, providing students with a number of interest groups to join. This year, thanks to student activity fees, every club is permitted funding. Junior Marshall Morris, Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs treasurer, presented the budget [...]

March 30, 2012 News
J. Gumbo’s: Offering opportunities to disabled adults through new Cajun cuisine

J. Gumbo’s: Offering opportunities to disabled adults through new Cajun cuisine

A new Delaware restaurant is partnering with an adult day program to bring Cajun food to the Delaware community and provide business training and opportunities to local individuals with disabilities. J. Gumbo’s owner, Richard Upton, plans to start business at [...]

March 30, 2012 News
A week of  womanhood

A week of womanhood

Women’s week, which happened from Monday, March 19 through Friday, March 23, was organized by several students on campus as part of Women’s History Month. It consisted of programs ranging from slam poetry to sexual violence awareness. Junior Anna Cooper, [...]

March 30, 2012 News
WoHo opens its doors to campus, closes women’s week

WoHo opens its doors to campus, closes women’s week

The members of the Women’s House opened their home to the campus community last Friday to cap off Women’s Week. WoHo residents hosted students and professors with snacks, sodas and homemade black bean burgers. House moderator Paige Ruppel, a junior, [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Students and faculty gather on Fraternity Hill to light candles in memory of Jake Von Der Vellen.

Igniting memories beneath a stormy sky: Candlelight vigil held Sunday night honors Sig Ep president lost in car crash

Hundreds of members of the Ohio Wesleyan community gathered outside the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity Sunday evening for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of Jake Von Der Vellen, who died in a car accident Friday morning. Junior Marshall Morris, president [...]

March 23, 2012 News
OWU students meet with Irish Prime Minster Edna Kenny during a politics and government department travel learning course.

Students, faculty learn from experience abroad

Every year, Ohio Wesleyan students embark with professors to explore and experience the world. During spring break, travel-study programs dazzle students with sights, sounds and events. While students may never forget their time in Costa Rica or Ireland, they are [...]

March 23, 2012 News
New home for Chelley Belly’s, same great sandwiches

New home for Chelley Belly’s, same great sandwiches

Chelley Belly’s Soup and Sandwich, once located on Winter Street, has recently moved onto S. Sandusky. Owner Michelle Runyon said the move was due to the new location being “(A) nicer space, bigger space, and more visible.” Runyon said the [...]

March 23, 2012 News
SHO pushes for more participation in Denison Day

SHO pushes for more participation in Denison Day

As with any good sports rivalry, fans are a big part of the action. Spirit and Homecoming Organization is chartering buses to Denison, giving away t-shirts and serving breakfast for fans to support the men’s lacrosse teams as it takes [...]

March 23, 2012 News
Rebirth  of student radio station hindered  by technical problems

Rebirth of student radio station hindered by technical problems

Due to a lack of technical support and student involvement, WSLN 98.7 FM, Ohio Wesleyan’s student radio station has not been able to broadcast and will remain down until technical repairs can be made. WSLN serves Delaware, providing an outlet [...]

March 23, 2012 News