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Conclusion outside the courtroom:  Sigma Phi Epsilon sexual assault case  settled after more than a year and a half

Conclusion outside the courtroom: Sigma Phi Epsilon sexual assault case settled after more than a year and a half

A 19-month legal battle among several former and current members of the Ohio Wesleyan chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon came to an end early last month without ever seeing a courtroom. One former Sig Ep pledge instructor, along with his [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Fete honored for selfless teaching

Fete honored for selfless teaching

Students and faculty honored Margaret Fete and her dedication to students and French during a memorial service held last Tuesday. Fete died on Dec. 24, 2011 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was a professor of modern foreign language [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Profs want curricular, salary support

Profs want curricular, salary support

“Show me the money,” was the resounding call that filled the Benes rooms on the evening of Feb 20. The words, which came from Dr. Dan Vogt, professor of chemistry, were directed at low faculty salaries and changes to Ohio [...]

March 8, 2012 News
GreekoftheWeek.18.Chad Williams

Greek of the Week 3/8/2012

Chad Williams Sigma Phi Epsilon Senior Chad Williams, an offensive guard for the Battling Bishops, was recognized as one of seven college football scholar-athletes in the Central Ohio area, based on excellence in athletics and academics. Chad was also recognized [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Spring break mission trip immerses OWU students in interfaith discussion

Spring break mission trip immerses OWU students in interfaith discussion

While most Ohio Wesleyan students will spend the week of spring break working or relaxing, seven small groups of students will dedicate their time to mission, service and leadership. Each of the seven spring break mission groups have unique goals, [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Fiji ready to present new founding fathers

Fiji ready to present new founding fathers

As Fiji makes its strong comeback to the Ohio Wesleyan community, the excitement of solidifying their first pledge class in four years is almost complete. The soon-to-be brothers have participated in dinners at Buns, El Vaquero and played dodge ball [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Student-run Facebook page gives OWU spin on Internet memes

Student-run Facebook page gives OWU spin on Internet memes

Ohio Wesleyan student camaraderie has found a new form on the Facebook page, “OWU Memes.” Envisioned by sophomores Jordan Grammer and Maria Jafri, the memes on the page include random stock images with witty captions where students can express their [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Studying abroad in Delaware, Ohio, this spring break?  Service is only part of the joint service learning trip for Japenese and OWU students

Studying abroad in Delaware, Ohio, this spring break? Service is only part of the joint service learning trip for Japenese and OWU students

OWU will team up with a Japanese university for a different kind of spring break. Instead of participating in a “normal” spring break trip, 21 Ohio Wesleyan students have chosen to take part in the first ever reverse mission trip [...]

March 8, 2012 News
Have no fear, House of Black Culture is here … to stay New status as a themed house ensures HBC’s permanent residency on Oak Hill Dr.

Have no fear, House of Black Culture is here … to stay New status as a themed house ensures HBC’s permanent residency on Oak Hill Dr.

President Rock Jones and Residential Life have recently approved the House of Black Culture to become a themed house, bringing pride to both current residents and alumni of the house. As a themed house, the House of Black Culture (HBC) [...]

March 8, 2012 News
The Mean Bean, which is on the intersection of Sandusky and Williams Streets, has new owners. They have plans for adding a bakery as well as a possible name change.

Brewing a brand new Bean: New owners plan to renovate Mean Bean coffee house

The recent exchange in ownership of The Mean Bean will bring with it some new changes to the eclectic coffee shop, including a bakery, intended to generate more business from students. Christie Engler and her husband bought the coffee shop [...]

March 1, 2012 News