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Clinton hopes for future with debt-free college experience

Clinton hopes for future with debt-free college experience

By Cirrus Robinson, Transcript Correspondent Tuition for Ohio’s four­-year universities rose by five percent, or by $523, since 2008. Pressure from college-­age voters and paying parents rests on the major 2016 presidential candidates to make shifts in debt percentages and [...]

September 22, 2016 News, Politics
Clinton caged in cutout

Clinton caged in cutout

By Liz Hardaway, A&E Editor The Delaware County Republican Party headquarters has one message for people window shopping on Sandusky Street: Hillary Clinton is for sale and should be imprisoned. Before entering the doors of the downtown Republican location, a [...]

September 22, 2016 News, Politics
Colum-Bus kicks off program Sept. 10

Colum-Bus kicks off program Sept. 10

By Areena Arora, Managing Editor For students of Ohio Wesleyan, rides to Columbus on Saturday nights just got cheaper. On Saturday, Sept. 10, Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) launched its new program called Colum-Bus, a bi-weekly ride to Columbus [...]

September 20, 2016 News
faculty and staff

Faculty approves new majors

By Transcript Staff   Two new majors and one new minor along with three new courses were approved at the faculty meeting on Sept. 19, according to several faculty members interviewed after the meeting. The data analytics major and the [...]

September 20, 2016 News
WCSA crest. Photo courtesy of the OWU website.

Sustainability Task Force meets to discuss goals

By Evan Walsh, Transcript Reporter Members of Ohio Wesleyan’s Council of Student Affairs are working with faculty and administrators to make the university more environmentally friendly.   The Sustainability Task Force meets weekly and discusses those ways in which the [...]

September 13, 2016 News
The Greater Gouda. Photo by Izzy Sommerdorf.

Cheese meets Sandusky Street

By Gopika Nair, Chief Copy Editor Ohio Wesleyan students and Delaware County residents don’t have to travel far to purchase gourmet cheeses and candies from Wisconsin, Indiana and Britain. The Greater Gouda, located between Typhoon Asian Fusion Bistro and Hamburger [...]

September 12, 2016 News
Nancy Tumeo. Photo by Courtney Dunne.

Card office moving on to Corns

Areena Arora, Managing Editor After 19 years, the card office will no longer be in its current location. Over the mid-semester break, the office will be moved into the basement of R.W. Corns, where Information Services (IS) is located. V.P. [...]

September 12, 2016 News
Cardiknox members. Photo courtesy of www.cardiknox.com

Breaking: CPB hires band for homecoming weekend

By John Bonus, Transcript Reporter The Campus Programming Board (CPB) has planned an event for students, family and alumni with a concert featuring the band Cardiknox during homecoming weekend this fall. Cardiknox, an indie-pop band from Seattle, is coming to [...]

September 12, 2016 News
Dwayne Todd. Photo courtesy of Ohio Wesleyan's website.

Title IX coordinator explains his role at OWU

By Courtney Dunne, Editor-in-Chief OWU took the initiatve last spring to hire multiple associate deans to cover specific areas of development within the univeristy. Dwayne Todd was hired as the vice president of student engagement and success. This is not his only [...]

September 12, 2016 News
ResLife offers ways to be aware of alcohol consumption on campus

ResLife offers ways to be aware of alcohol consumption on campus

By Areena Arora, Managing Editor Every year, more than 1,800 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die from alcohol-related injuries in the United States, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Factors such as unstructured time, [...]

September 8, 2016 News