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U.S. veteran calls out military

U.S. veteran calls out military

While the United States military strives to present itself in a shining manner of respect and loyalty, veteran soldier Dennis Laich says that is not always the case. Laich, a retired major general, spoke on the military and defense technology [...]

March 6, 2014 News
Expert on ‘most trusted man’ trusts AP

Expert on ‘most trusted man’ trusts AP

Famed historian and educator Douglas Brinkley, Ph.D., spoke to Ohio Wesleyan students, as well as Delaware city residents last Thursday as this year’s guest speaker for the John Kennard Eddy Memorial Lecture Series. Brinkley spoke about his latest book, Cronkite, [...]

March 6, 2014 News
Holocaust survivor selected as commencement speaker

Holocaust survivor selected as commencement speaker

When he was an infant, Stephen Ollendorff and his parents escaped Berlin on Kristallnacht. Their landlord warned the family that their apartment would be raided and his maternal grandmother got them airplane tickets to England. The rest of his family [...]

March 6, 2014 News
Chartwells makes strides in nutrition, but falls flat

Chartwells makes strides in nutrition, but falls flat

Access to nutritional information for food and drink items offered by Chartwells is limited to those who have smartphones at Ohio Wesleyan University. Those without such devices are left in the dark about what they’re eating and drinking. According to [...]

March 5, 2014 News
Counseling services welcomes director

Counseling services welcomes director

After a long and exhaustive search, Counseling Services at Ohio Wesleyan University welcomed its new director, Dr. Doug Bennett, Thursday, Feb. 12. Dean of Students Kimberlie Goldsberry formally introduced Bennett to staff-members from different departments at OWU in a surprise [...]

March 5, 2014 News
A pre-competition conversation with Pitch Black

A pre-competition conversation with Pitch Black

The day before their performance, Pitch Black debuted their set to students in Hamilton-Williams Campus Center. Afterwards, I sat down with several members to discuss their goals for ICCA, their nicknames and why they joined. “Why did you choose those [...]

February 28, 2014 News
Not just temperature, not just Ohio

Not just temperature, not just Ohio

The ever-popular water-cooler conversation topic of climate change may need to be updated. According to, Laurel Anderson, associate professor of botany-microbiology at Ohio Wesleyan, there are multiple factors contributing to and generated from the alterations in the environment that have [...]

February 28, 2014 News
OFIC flops in attendace

OFIC flops in attendace

Career Services’ primary goal is to provide students resources to access different internship and job opportunities, but students are not taking notice. On Feb. 7, Ohio Wesleyan participated in the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges’ (OFIC) Career Fest. Leslie Melton, [...]

February 28, 2014 News
Blind golfer helps others to see

Blind golfer helps others to see

Inspirational Speaker and 2010 Blind Golf World Champion, Jeremy Poincenot, encouraged students to live each day to fullest. Poincenot, 23, presented at a trilogy event put on by Inter Fraternity Council (IFC), on Feb. 18 in Grey Chapel. Poinecent lost [...]

February 28, 2014 News
A different kind of fast food

A different kind of fast food

A new food truck will be fueling the streets of Columbus this spring, thanks to a recent OWU grad and his partner. Andrew Tuchow, ’13, and his business partner, Andy O’Brien, are opening their food truck starting April 1 of [...]

February 28, 2014 News