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Day on the Jay goes green Students look to fill recycling bins with electronics instead of empty soda bottles

Day on the Jay goes green Students look to fill recycling bins with electronics instead of empty soda bottles

Alongside a rock wall and free food, this spring’s Day on the Jay will feature an electronic waste recycling drive. Juniors Lydia Hoefel and Chris Demecs have spearheaded the effort to collect students’ unwanted electronics. They, along with nine members [...]

April 23, 2012 News
Sigma Chi is off to the Kentucky Derby

Sigma Chi is off to the Kentucky Derby

Sigma Chi members were busy last week lip-syncing, getting pies to the face and blowing up balloons, all for their annual Derby Days philanthropy week on campus. All proceeds made throughout the week will be donated to the fraternity’s national [...]

April 23, 2012 News
Students enjoy the warm weather outside the Delta Tau Delta house during Beach Bash.

Life’s a beach at Delta Tau Delta: Fraternity serves up burgers, hotdogs and friendly competition to raise money for its philanthropy, the American Red Cross

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April 13, 2012 News
Professor Robert Olmstead autographs his book “The Coldest Night” for Junior Nicole Lourette on Tuesday.

Olmstead book reading captures essence of life during Korean War

Beehive Books was buzzing with students, faculty and community members Tuesday April 3 when English Professor Robert Olmstead presented a reading from his newly released book, “The Coldest Night.” “Tonight was one of the highlight (events). He’s such a well [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Outstanding students to be honored for service and leadership

Outstanding students to be honored for service and leadership

Each spring students and organizations are nominated and selected to become recipients of the Golden Bishop Awards. This year over 22 students and organizations will receive awards at the “Golden Bishops Go for the Gold” themed ceremony on Saturday, April [...]

April 13, 2012 News
New parking meters will help reduce tickets

New parking meters will help reduce tickets

In response to student upset over a lack of short-term parking, Wesleyan Counsel on Student Affairs and Public Safety will be installing three parking meters in attempt to prevent ticketing. The parking meters will be located in the parking lots [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Greek of the week

Greek of the week

Sam Newman Sigma Chi In his own words: “I decided to plan Derby Days this year because as a graduating senior I want to stay involved in my fraternity and on campus. Using the knowledge I have gained from my [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Rhythmic Reflection: S.T.R.I.D.E. holds final panel, panelists discuss  hip-hop’s evolution and influence on society

Rhythmic Reflection: S.T.R.I.D.E. holds final panel, panelists discuss hip-hop’s evolution and influence on society

On April 3, S.T.R.I.D.E. held its final panel discussion of the year, entitled “Reflections: Hip-Hop’s Evolution and Influence on Society’s Content.” The panelists described what hip-hop means to our society. The panelists included Sierra Austin, graduate teaching associate at OSU; [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Weekly Public  Safety Reports

Weekly Public Safety Reports

4/1/12 5:45 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to Bashford Hall on a student welfare concern. 4/2/12 2:00 p.m. – Damage to a Hertz rental van was reported to Public Safety by University Motor Pool staff. 4/2/12 3:10 p.m. – Public [...]

April 13, 2012 News
WCSA tailors assault policy to fit federal regulations

WCSA tailors assault policy to fit federal regulations

The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs is reforming Ohio Wesleyan’s sexual assault policy in response to new directives from the federal Department of Education. The Student Conduct Committee is working with Michael Esler, judicial affairs coordinator, and Kimberlie Goldsberry, dean [...]

April 13, 2012 News