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For Pitch Black, third time’s the charm

For Pitch Black, third time’s the charm

One of the microphone starts to fail as soon as they begin their performance. But that doesn’t stop them. They are Pitch Black, OWU’s all-women a cappella group and this is one of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella [...]

February 28, 2014 News
Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

After an arduous election process, current Ohio Wesleyan seniors chose Jake Miller to represent their class on the university’s Board of Trustees. The month-long election process consisted of 10 percent of the graduating class signing a petition for the candidates. [...]

February 28, 2014 News
OWU senior plans to Teach for America

OWU senior plans to Teach for America

Teach For America, a national organization that accepts all majors, was on campus seeking new teachers to go to low-income communities and bolster education. According to their mission statement, Teach For America is “growing the movement of leaders who work [...]

February 22, 2014 News
OWU students ‘SHO’ their love for favorite couples

OWU students ‘SHO’ their love for favorite couples

Love was in the air last Wednesday for SHO Your Love Day, culminating in the second annual “Cutest Couple” competition. The event was hosted in the Hamilton-WilliamsCampus Center and raised 614 food points to pay for food for future tailgates [...]

February 21, 2014 News
Sagan seeks students for new logo

Sagan seeks students for new logo

This year the Sagan National Colloquium (SNC) is asking for students’ artistic abilities in a new, inclusive competition. The title for the thirtieth Sagan National Colloquium is H2OWU: Water in Our World. Assistant Professor of History, Ellen Arnold, is heading [...]

February 21, 2014 News
Yoga mat material found in Subway bread

Yoga mat material found in Subway bread

A recent petition put forth by blogger Vani Hari has revealed that Subway uses a plastic-based additive in their bread commonly used in yoga mats. The additive, which is called azodicarbonamide, is described by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) [...]

February 21, 2014 News
Annual date auction attendance dwindles

Annual date auction attendance dwindles

Students were auctioned off all in the name of charity last Thusday for Rafiki Wa Africa’s annual date auction. Junior Sharmalee Gooden, president of Rafiki Wa Africa (Rafiki Wa), said a total of $185 was raised during the date auction. [...]

February 21, 2014 News
Mindfulness retreat sponsored by Chaplain’s Office

Mindfulness retreat sponsored by Chaplain’s Office

College students deal with large amounts of stress and anxiety throughout their time in school. However, with techniques of being mindful, that stress can be lifted. On the weekend of March 7 through 9, the Spring Break Mindfulness Retreat will [...]

February 21, 2014 News
Speaking out and rising up

Speaking out and rising up

The Hamilton-Williams Campus Center was home to another kind of V-Day this February 14. As part of an international movement, Ohio Wesleyan students joined forces with countless others around the world who are members of One Billion Rising, a campaign [...]

February 21, 2014 News
University receives second $8 million donation

University receives second $8 million donation

By Breanne Reilly Transcript Reporter The building formerly known as Pfeiffer Natatorium will get an extreme makeover thanks to a donation by Lou Simpson, ‘58, and his wife Kimberly Querrey. The donation will be used to build the Simpson-Querrey Fitness [...]

February 21, 2014 News