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New strain of swine flu found in Ohio

New strain of swine flu found in Ohio

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter After the initial H1N1 or swine flu outbreak of 2009, the virus has returned and affected Ohio residents. The Ohio Department of Health has recognized a new strain of the virus, and it is being [...]

September 17, 2012 News
Alumnus returns to campus with ‘Surgeon Stories’

Alumnus returns to campus with ‘Surgeon Stories’

By Natalie Duleba Photo and Copy Editor Daly Walker ’62, came to campus last week to read from his award-winning collection of short stories, “Surgeon Stories.” Walker is the first speaker of the Writers & Poets Lecture Series, and took [...]

September 17, 2012 News
Senior Phil Forsgren poses with the Bishop all dressed up. Forsgren said Day on the Jay is one of his favorite OWU traditions.

Day on the Jay

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May 9, 2012 News
Photo from OWU Department of Communications Husband and wife researchers of evolutionary biology Peter and Rosemary Grant visited OWU to receive honorary degrees and present a lecture on their research.

Biologists receive honorary degrees for research on Galapagos finches

Peter and Rosemary Grant received honorary degrees for their achievements in evolutionary biology in front of Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty and community members on Wednesday, April 18 in the Benes Rooms. The Grants are British evolutionary biologists and professors emeriti [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Assessing inspections: On-campus eateries beat off-campus when it comes to food safety violations

Assessing inspections: On-campus eateries beat off-campus when it comes to food safety violations

Standard health and safety inspections from the Delaware General Health District found routine violations in the five OWU off-campus food point locations. Stephanie DeGenaro, program manager for the food protection and public safety unit of the DGHD, said the violations [...]

May 9, 2012 News
PS makes storage simpler

PS makes storage simpler

While there had initially been plans to cancel all on-campus storage, a new policy will help simplify the student storage process. Robert Wood, public safety director, said that the new policy was similar to the current official policy, but they [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Weekly Public  Safety Reports April 16-22, 2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports April 16-22, 2012

4/17/12 1:15 a.m. – Public Safety and Delaware City Police were dispatched to the area of 20 Williams Drive after receiving a report of a person with a gun walking east on Park Avenue. A search of the area failed [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Pre-law club event receives good ruling

Pre-law club event receives good ruling

Two judges spoke about the realities of their tough jobs in the court system last Tuesday night during the Pre-Law Club’s first event. The two judges taking part in the event were Judge Everett Krueger (Delaware) and Judge L. Alan [...]

May 9, 2012 News
College: How sex and marriage fit in today

College: How sex and marriage fit in today

Senior Nick Peranzi is defying national trends. He and his girlfriend of nearly a year, senior Rachel King, plan to be married within the next few years. “If you would have told me this would have happened three years ago,” [...]

May 9, 2012 News
Campus group exposes hate

Campus group exposes hate

The group Common Texts held a special meeting on April 17 to focus on anti-Semitism and Islamophobia on Ohio Wesleyan’s campus and in the media as part of Anti-Hate week. Sophomore Maria Jafri, president of Tauheed, said it was crucial [...]

May 9, 2012 News