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Marching band director to build a community of band enthusiasts

By Meina White, Ohio Wesleyan may see the resurrection of a marching band and color guard in the near future. Mary Kate McNally, the newly appointed marching band director, has many ideas of what she hopes for the band in [...]

September 1, 2017 News

New laundry service introduced for students

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief  To most, doing laundry is a tedious chore, but for two Ohio Wesleyan students, it’s a means of making bank. Sophomores Jack Cherry, a marketing major, and Jackson Markley, a finance economics major, have introduced Unload, [...]

September 1, 2017 News

Symposium showcases semester

By Orion Wright, Transcript Correspondent Students and faculty chatting together over refreshments; rows of posters displaying the details of research projects; students giving presentations on the work they had completed over the course of the semester- these are the sights [...]

April 28, 2017 News

Immigration ban raises travel concern

By Alameina White, Transcript Correspondent In trying to keep immigrants out of the United States, President Donald Trump has given some of Ohio Wesleyan University’s international students more reason to stay. Selam Weldu, a freshman from Ethiopia, said she is [...]

April 28, 2017 News

Women’s soccer hosts Be the Match drive at OWU

By Ben Simpson, Transcript Correspondent The Ohio Wesleyan women’s soccer team took a step closer to cure patients with blood cancers by hosting the Be the Match Drive in the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center this past Thursday. The Be the Match [...]

April 28, 2017 News

Horesback rides ease stress in Delaware

By Megan Parker, Transcript Correspondent When someone walks into Stockhands Horses for Healing, they might think it is just a regular horse barn. But once riding lessons begin, it becomes clear that the barn is not at all ordinary. Stockhands [...]

April 28, 2017 News

Professor talks green week

By Gabe Linderman, Transcript Correspondent Ohio Wesleyan has been trying to stay on the cutting edge of environmental sustainability for a long time, but as a whole, the school often falls short. John Krygier illustrated the school’s efforts, and lack [...]

April 28, 2017 News

E&W Club organize Green Week

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor During the week leading up to Earth Day, Ohio Wesleyan’s Environmental and Wildlife Club (E&W) celebrates with Green Week. The 2017 theme was “What’s your ecosphere?” which focused on how a person’s everyday life can [...]

April 27, 2017 News

Potential Bishops experience a slice of campus life

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor Every year, Ohio Wesleyan hosts several Slice of College Life events. This year, ‘Slice’ welcomed 165 admitted students between the three Slice events. Slice of College Life is an event for high school students who [...]

April 27, 2017 News

Thousands of Ohioans march for science in Columbus

By Sara Hollabaugh, Online Editor Ohio Wesleyan students and Columbus residents alike spent their Earth Day marching for science—not silence. The march started at 11 a.m. on April 22 at the Columbus Statehouse. Marchers went down High Street to the [...]

April 27, 2017 News