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Pasta for Life

Pasta for Life

Hungry members of the OWU Greek community gathered in Ham-Will April 2 to eat pasta for a cause. Delta Delta Delta sorority’s annual fundraiser, Pasta for Life, raised over $1,300 for donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, according to [...]

April 13, 2012 News
Conference inspires activism among feminists

Conference inspires activism among feminists

Twenty OWU students joined college-aged activists from all over the country to learn about issues spanning from reproductive justice to campus activism to communities of color, at the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference March 31 through April 2 in Washington [...]

April 13, 2012 News
The newly renovated Big Room which will serve as a community gathering room for residents and will feature a fireplace and an entrance to the terrace.

Restoring Stuyvesant Hall: An inside look at new features

With housing selection events in process, the specifics of the Stuyvesant Hall renovations are a topic that many students said they are wondering about. Craig Ullom, the Assistant Director of Student Affairs, said the plan for Stuy is to restore [...]

April 5, 2012 News
African Americans face unique challenges at OWU

African Americans face unique challenges at OWU

Editor’s Note: This feature story was written by a member of the community discussed and represents her perspective. _______________________________ Imagine sitting in a classroom and being the only person that looks like you. Imagine being the only one with your [...]

April 5, 2012 News
Student assaulted on  Sandusky Street

Student assaulted on Sandusky Street

An Ohio Wesleyan student was hospitalized after he was assaulted and robbed early Sunday morning. The assault occurred around 2:20 a.m. Sunday behind JP Skate Shop at 36 Spring St., just west of South Sandusky Street, according to the police [...]

April 5, 2012 News
Professor discusses  national mystery  on History Channel

Professor discusses national mystery on History Channel

On January 14, 1950, West Point cadet Richard Cox vanished into the night and forever entered the halls of unsolved mysteries. Numerous manhunts by the FBI amounted to little more than empty leads. But where the FBI and other investigators [...]

April 5, 2012 News
Students learn calligraphy, culture

Students learn calligraphy, culture

Chinese calligraphy dates back 5000 years. On Saturday, students had the chance to learn and practice the art one stroke at a time. The Chinese program hosted a three-hour workshop, led by Chinese calligrapher Bangji Lin, that taught students the [...]

April 5, 2012 News
Greek of the week

Greek of the week

Stephanie Childers- Delta Zeta Stephanie Childers has been a wonderful asset to the OWU and Greek community. In Delta Zeta she has been in charge of new member education, and has taken on the role perfectly. Each week she comes [...]

April 5, 2012 News
Delta Zeta takes on speech and hearing  Annual dodgeball tournament raises money for Gallaudet University

Delta Zeta takes on speech and hearing Annual dodgeball tournament raises money for Gallaudet University

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April 5, 2012 News
Trouse heads outdoors

Trouse heads outdoors

With the start of spring weather, sophomore Ashley Taylor, a resident of the Tree House, has begun organizing outdoor trips for students during April. These trips are being planned for her new position in the Environment and Wildlife Club as [...]

April 5, 2012 News