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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
Left to Right: Seniors Brock “Snake Hips” Schludecker and David “Jumanji” Ordosch work with juniors Natalie “Sassafras” Aument, David “Pop Fly” Reitan and Dave “Dunkaroos” Winnyk during the troupe’s most recent improv show on Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Benes B. The troupe enacts a scene where Ordosch and Aument’s characters fight in a room filled with Skrillex dubstep and a giant disco ball. Each member takes on an element to make the scene come alive.

Babbling Bishops at it again!

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February 22, 2012 News
Little Rock Niner challenges the status quo

Little Rock Niner challenges the status quo

“Race has no true validity but we act as though it does,” Dr. Terrence Roberts said during a lecture in Benes Room A last Thursday at 7 p.m. Roberts spoke first-hand about the rules of segregation and the fear that [...]

February 22, 2012 News
Strand prices change, but the tradition still remains

Strand prices change, but the tradition still remains

The Strand Theater has provided the cinematic experience for locals and students for many years. The theater also has had close ties to Ohio Wesleyan since 2002. “In 2002, Ohio Wesleyan took over ownership of the theater,” said manager Kara [...]

February 22, 2012 News
New food court to feature low cost changes

New food court to feature low cost changes

The Hamilton-Williams food court is long overdue for a face-lift. Neither furniture nor equipment has been replaced since the campus center was built 20 years ago. Luckily, the food court will receive a makeover soon. Gene Castelli, Resident District Manager [...]

February 22, 2012 News
Weekly Public Safety Reports: Feb 16-20, 2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports: Feb 16-20, 2012

Feb. 16 8:50 a.m. – Public Safety and Delaware City Police officers were dispatched to 23 and 35 Williams Drive on a report of vandalism. Several pieces of furniture in the common areas of each residence had been turned over, [...]

February 22, 2012 News
Sexuality and marriage: Is there a right answer?

Sexuality and marriage: Is there a right answer?

A sexuality, marriage and homosexuality debate was held last Wednesday to address the intersection between gay marriage and the church. The lecture was introduced by Emmanuel Twesigye, Aden S. and Wollam Benedicts professor of Christian studies, who began with the [...]

February 22, 2012 News
What’s that monkey doing with my fries?

What’s that monkey doing with my fries?

Students craving midnight snacks can now find salvation in the form of a monkey holding a paper bag. This is the logo of Bag o’ Fries, a new student-run business and venture capital with Chartwells. The business, which supplies generous [...]

February 22, 2012 News