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Title IX impacts athletics, sexual misconduct policies

Title IX compliance continues to be an ongoing process and a source of heated debate at many universities, and Ohio Wesleyan is no exception. The Title IX statute of the Educational Amendments of 1972 states: “No person in the United States [...]

November 11, 2014 News

Keeping up with the court

Homecoming king and queen talk love and life at OWU Seniors Brittany Hupp and Tom Horsfall are busy folks. Horsfall hold’s the title of the men’s varsity swim captain, acts as the service director for Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, is [...]

November 10, 2014 News

Winbigler discusses education, entertainment, digital media trends

The trends in digital media present both an opportunity and a challenge to the National Geographic Society (NG) based off of last Thursday’s Milligan Leaders in Business Lecture Series featuring Tracie Winbigler. Winbigler (‘87) earned her bachelor’s degree at Ohio [...]

November 10, 2014 News

Global Grab: Election edition

This week, the Global Grab is going national, in honor of the Midterm elections. Republicans picked up 13 House seats, while also picking up seven Senate seats. To get the majority for the Senate, the Republicans needed to pick up [...]

November 10, 2014 News

Provost’s office seeking students for online exam

By Maddie Oslejsek Transcript Correspondent The Assessment Committee and Provost’s Office at Ohio Wesleyan are offering $15 to 125 first-year students who complete an online test that measures critical thinking skills. The Council on Aid to Education developed the test in [...]

November 10, 2014 News

MRRCA ramps up combat training

By Lexy Immerman Transcript Correspondent The Medieval and Renaissance Recreation Combat Association (MRRCA) is revamping their activities this year, teaching members to handle a variety of medieval weapons and spar with each other in the hopes of preparing members for [...]

November 10, 2014 News

$75,000 donation to fund labyrinth on campus

By Shakira Braxton Transcript Correspondent Rock Jones announced a $75 thousand surprise gift in October, donated by an OWU alum’s family to serve as a space for meditation. In late October, OWU students were informed that the university received a gift [...]

November 10, 2014 News

The Stolen Fire steals OWU students’ hearts

The Delaware bar scene’s Ohio Wesleyan representatives no longer include just students, thanks to a classic rock band comprised of four OWU professors. Professors Erin Flynn, Mark Gingerich, James Franklin and John Stone-Mediatore are the members of The Stolen Fire, [...]

November 10, 2014 News

Typhoon to replace Chandra’s

By Haley Walls Transcript Correspondent Typhoon, a new Asian fusion restaurant, is coming to downtown Delaware in mid-November in place of Chandra’s Bistro at 10 N. Sandusky St. The menu consists of mainly handcrafted Chinese, Thai, and Asian dishes, according to [...]

November 10, 2014 News

Merrick Hall construction delays may have implications for commencement

Commencement this spring may take place on the Merrick Hall terrace, as long as construction stays on schedule. “Merrick Hall as one of our oldest and most historic buildings is a natural backdrop for commencement, the most important event of [...]

November 10, 2014 News