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Phillips Hall, where the printer incidents occurred. Photo: Department of religion.

Professors targeted in printer hijacking

Someone accessing a faculty printer in Phillips Hall changed its settings so three names in the machine’s address book were altered to vulgar and offensive statements. The attack was discovered March 7. The three targeted professors were included: Paul E. [...]

April 1, 2014 News
A few members of Chi Phi participate in their fundraiser during Relay for Life, “Pie a Chi Phi,” in order to raise money for their team.

Bishops walk to celebrate life


March 31, 2014 News
Sophomore Emma Drongowski blew bubbles with children on her Haiti mission trip.
Photo from Facebook

Students travel the globe for spring service

Nine different groups of dedicated Ohio Wesleyan students and staff spent their spring break this year, serving communities across the world from New Orleans to Nicaragua. The mission week each spring is sponsored by the University Chaplain’s office. Their website [...]

March 31, 2014 News
Professor of sociology and anthropology Alper Yalcinkaya. Photo: Department of sociology and anthropology.

Professor talks tensions in Turkey

Local elections could swing the balance of power in Turkey after more than a decade of one party rule, according an Ohio Wesleyan University professor and native of Turkey. Alper Yalcinkaya, an assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, spoke about [...]

March 31, 2014 News
Senior education major Annaliese Harvey working with children at the ECC.
Photo from the Early Childhood Center

Students as teachers create lasting memories at the ECC

While the Early Childhood Center is a fundamental resource for the education department, many members of the Ohio Wesleyan University community are unaware of the day-to-day dealings of the brown brick building they pass everyday en route to the academic [...]

March 31, 2014 News
From left to right: senior Krina Patel, senior Priyanka Venkataraman and freshman Shaaref Shah. They are working with the children at Woodward Elementary School. 
Photo by Jija Dutt

Local youth experience global culture

Eight years ago, the International Student Ambassador Program (ISAP) was created to promote cross-cultural exchange and mutual growth by connecting Ohio Wesleyan University’s international students and global nomads to the Delaware Community. Today, the program continues to grow at an [...]

March 31, 2014 News

Global Grab: Still-missing MH 370, unrest in Ukraine, Egypt executions

The Issue: MH 370 On Monday, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced the missing plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean. The new confirmation came from Inmarsat, a British company that provided the satellite data, and from the British [...]

March 31, 2014 News
Photo by Spenser Hickey

Two weeks in five days

Women’s Week Preview By Sara Jane Sheehan Transcript Reporter Women’s Week, an annual series of programs started in the 1980s, has begun again this year and will soon make history. Friday night’s program will be a performance of “Butterfly Confessions” [...]

March 31, 2014 News
A member of the Delaware Fire Department removes water from the second floor of Stuyvesant Hall, where a sprinkler flooded a room late Friday morning.

Sprinkler floods Stuyvesant Hall

A member of the Delaware Fire Department removes water from the second floor of Stuyvesant Hall, where a sprinkler flooded a room late Friday morning. Photo by Noah Manskar Some residents of Stuyvesant Hall’s second floor are drying out their [...]

March 22, 2014 News

Global Grab: A Russian annexation and a missing Malaysian plane

Beginning in this week’s issue, I will be writing a weekly column about world affairs. It will consist of simple breakdowns of complex current events to help Ohio Wesleyan students and other readers get an idea of what’s going on [...]

March 22, 2014 News