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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
Delta Gamma celebrates their victory at Kappa Karaoke.

Greek life: Fraternity and sorority stereotypes, Kappa Kappa Gamma hosts karaoke event to bring Greek community together for charity

Sorority girls walk arm in arm. They saunter around in clumps and clusters. They giggle, examine their hair and complain loudly about school work. They also smile and greet each other enthusiastically. Names are screeched from across hallways as girls [...]

March 1, 2012 News
Picasso, Wegman paint a permanent portrait in Ross Art Museum

Picasso, Wegman paint a permanent portrait in Ross Art Museum

Staff and students at Ohio Wesleyan are working hard to put together a permanent art collection at the Richard M. Ross Art Museum. The Ross Art Museum is now displaying works from Picasso, as well as the most recent addition [...]

March 1, 2012 News
Never too young to be sober: Alcoholics Anonymous college program offers  sobering support for OWU students and others

Never too young to be sober: Alcoholics Anonymous college program offers sobering support for OWU students and others

Hal looked like a regular sixty-something white male, but underneath this average looking façade was a lifetime of not-so-average experiences. He was an alcoholic until he was 50. One of the biggest regrets of Hal’s life was that he did [...]

March 1, 2012 News
COW house promotes  kinship with karaoke

COW house promotes kinship with karaoke

Friday’s Top Hits Karaoke event gave students and residents of the Citizens of the World house an opportunity to take to the stage and perform songs in their native languages. Top Hits Karaoke was the house project of sophomore Emmy [...]

March 1, 2012 News
Greek of the Week

Greek of the Week

Laurel Fuller Kappa Kappa Gamma After a successful night of philanthropy fun, sophomore Laurel Fuller is The Transcript’s first Greek of the Week. This member of Kappa Kappa Gamma recently planned Kappa Karaoke, an event that included all of the [...]

March 1, 2012 News
Students step on stage to have a ball  Rehearsals under way for OWU theatre production Ring Round the Moon

Students step on stage to have a ball Rehearsals under way for OWU theatre production Ring Round the Moon

Students in the Theatre Department are busy with rehearsals for the upcoming spring production Ring Round the Moon premiering on April 13 on the main stage in the Chappelear Drama Center. Ring Round the Moon is a parody of upper-class [...]

March 1, 2012 News
College Republicans given a voice on liberal campus

College Republicans given a voice on liberal campus

Around the nation there is a myth that the youth of America leans to the left and votes blue. But, even on the Ohio Wesleyan campus, which many consider to be extremely liberal, young Republicans are adamant about their Republican [...]

March 1, 2012 News
The 98 Percent: Catholic women, leaders speak to birth control issue

The 98 Percent: Catholic women, leaders speak to birth control issue

Ninety-eight percent. It’s an elusive figure, one hoped for in absolutes. Politicians desperately want to win 98 percent of their electorate’s votes; doctors hope to diagnose with 98 percent accuracy; church leaders pray to get 98 percent of the public [...]

March 1, 2012 News
The Common Ground Free Store resides on the corner of Central Avenue in Delaware.

From the far side of the tracks…Common Ground Free Store links volunteers with community

Clean underwear, solid shoes, blankets and a warm cup of coffee. Simple items, but they make a world of difference. For many, it’s a struggle to provide themselves and their families with these. On the far side of Delaware, quite [...]

February 22, 2012 News