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Junior Marshall Morris tows sophomore Amelia Randall and freshman Samantha Weeks around the track

Relay for Life

Gordon Field House was filled with OWU students and faculty, community members and most importantly, cancer survivors Friday at 6 p.m. for the university’s annual Relay for Life. The event began with opening services that honored sophomore Jake Von Der [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Junior Andrew Rossi performs improv with the Babbling Bishops

Theta Alpha Phi brews talent at Coffee Haus

Low lights and smooth jazz transformed Bashford Lounge into an ambient coffee house last Saturday. Theatre honorary Theta Alpha Phi hosted their annual “Coffee Haus,” where students could be served coffee and small desserts, and be entertained by student performers. [...]

March 30, 2012 News
With ‘sighs too deep for words’ … Memorial service honors OWU student Jake Von Der Vellen

With ‘sighs too deep for words’ … Memorial service honors OWU student Jake Von Der Vellen

Students, faculty, family, fraternity brothers and friends gathered in Gray Chapel on Friday at 4 p.m. to honor the memory of Jakob F. Von Der Vellen, who died in a car accident March 16. The entire lower level of Gray [...]

March 30, 2012 News
MFL film series  promotes culture

MFL film series promotes culture

Students have an opportunity to view foreign films, learn about world languages and increase cultural awareness free of charge this spring with the Modern Foreign Language House. MFL is hosting a mini-series of foreign language films over the course of [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Panel recommends internships for experience, resume building

Panel recommends internships for experience, resume building

Last week students had the opportunity to listen to fellow students talk about their internships and give advice about landing one at the annual Student Internship Panel offered by Career Services. The panel featured four students who had all participated [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Activists educate on dangerous disease

Activists educate on dangerous disease

Sisters United joined forces with the Women’s Resource Center, VIVA, SUBA and Rafiki Wa Afrika to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in women of color on Monday in the Hamilton-Williams Atrium. Students read poems and cited facts about the HIV/AIDS epidemic [...]

March 30, 2012 News
Greek of the week: Nick Peranzi Alpha Sigma Phi

Greek of the week: Nick Peranzi Alpha Sigma Phi

Senior Nick Peranzi is this week’s Greek of the Week. Aside from his significant contributions to the Greek system, Peranzi possesses all of the qualities one looks for in a Greek student: incredible intelligence, stunning good looks, a voice fit [...]

March 30, 2012 News
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