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Shutdown ends but healthcare battle goes on

Shutdown ends but healthcare battle goes on

By Sam Simon Transcript Reporter The latest government shutdown has ended.  But other crises loom in the future, so an examination of what happened while OWU had its fall break is interesting both in review and in a likely preview of [...]

November 1, 2013 News
Car share program hasn’t reached full speed yet

Car share program hasn’t reached full speed yet

By Sarah Thomas Transcript Correspondent After the first half-semester of its implementation, the Ohio Wesleyan car share program has not made a large dent in its goal of reducing parking congestion. Starting this year, the university partnered with Enterprise Rent-A-Car [...]

November 1, 2013 News
“Tent City” demonstrates sustainability concerns

“Tent City” demonstrates sustainability concerns

By Spenser Hickey and Breanne Reilly News Editor and Transcript Correspondent     “It’s like a two-year-old putting on clown shoes.” That’s senior Erika Kazi’s view on the effectiveness of the university’s current system of handling sustainability efforts; Kazi is [...]

October 23, 2013 News
Digging through trash: why student volunteers help with composting

Digging through trash: why student volunteers help with composting

By Spenser Hickey News Editor Twice a week, a small group of students gather in Hamilton-Williams Campus Center by the mailroom, and walk through a maze of hallways to the garage. These students put on a pair of thin gloves [...]

October 15, 2013 News
FIJI holds pumpkin run

FIJI holds pumpkin run

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter Early morning on Sat., Oct. 5, brothers of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji), along with other students and members of the Delaware community participated in a 5k to raise money for charity. Approximately 60 people participated [...]

October 15, 2013 News
East Asian artists give audience an authentic musical experience

East Asian artists give audience an authentic musical experience

By Julianne Zala Transcript Correspondent On Saturday, Oct. 5, Yumi Kurosawa and Deep Singh offered Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty and Delaware residents an opportunity to experience traditional Japanese and Indian music in Jemison Auditorium. Yumi Kurosawa played a 20-stringed variation [...]

October 15, 2013 News
No disbanding for nameless student rock group

No disbanding for nameless student rock group

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter After a last minute change of location, Ohio Wesleyan’s best known student band with no name played a successful show for fellow students in the basement of the Chi Phi fraternity house. The band is [...]

October 15, 2013 News
New faculty-written play gives artists freedom, challenges

New faculty-written play gives artists freedom, challenges

By Nicole Barhorst Transcript Correspondent Students, faculty and Delaware residents witnessed the world premiere of “The Secret War of Emma Edmonds” last weekend. According to the production’s flyer, the play is “based on the true story of a woman who [...]

October 15, 2013 News
Students bid farewell to illegal downloading

Students bid farewell to illegal downloading

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter To prevent copyright infringement and potential lawsuits against students and the university, Information Services has blocked file sharing applications like BitTorrent from being run on campus. These peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and systems are used [...]

October 15, 2013 News
$ALT helps $tudents $ave

$ALT helps $tudents $ave

By Samantha Simon Transcript Reporter Students and recent graduates now have all the benefits and free access to a new program called SALT. SALT is a money management education resource that helps students reach their financial and educational goals. American [...]

October 15, 2013 News