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Research takes center stage at science center

By Shamayeta Rahman, Transcript Reporter Summer means the sun, beaches, barbecues and research. Students representing various fields in the sciences gathered in the Schimmel- Conrades Science Center’s atrium at noon, Sept. 26 to present the results of their summer-long research. The [...]

October 7, 2016 News
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Letter from alumnae requesting aid for Haiti

Dear Ohio Wesleyan students, staff, and faculty, Hurricane Matthew recently hit Haiti, causing destruction and devastation that has not yet been fully assessed. This is a category 4 storm, with winds over 125 mph and 25 inches of rain. Pwoje [...]

October 7, 2016 News
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OWU professor quoted in New York Times article

By Evan Walsh, Transcript Reporter Jenny Holland, a professor of politics and government at Ohio Wesleyan, was recently quoted in a New York Times article about the impact Delaware County voting demographics and local economic growth will have on who voters [...]

October 7, 2016 News, Politics

Boston Globe columnist talks presidential candidate concerns

By Evan Walsh, Transcript Reporter Some of those who watched the first presidential debate may have been asking themselves: how did we get Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D) as our presidential nominees? Michael Cohen, a columnist for the [...]

October 3, 2016 News, Politics
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Capital Campaign halfway through its seven-year term

By Areena Arora, Managing Editor Although $109 million has been raised in two years, this is not the end; Ohio Wesleyan’s ongoing capital campaign is only halfway through. The seven-year campaign, “Connect Today, Create Tomorrow,” was launched on July 1, 2014 [...]

October 3, 2016 News

Politics and government professor quoted in New York Times article

By Evan Walsh, Transcript Reporter Jenny Holland, a professor of politics and government at Ohio Wesleyan, was recently quoted in a New York Times article about the impact Delaware County voting demographics and local economic growth will have on who [...]

October 3, 2016 News, Politics

Women wow on campus during leadership forum

By Courtney Dunne, Editor-in-Chief On Sept. 16 and 17, the alumni office reminded women they are not just Ohio Wesleyan women for four years, they are an Ohio Wesleyan woman for life. The inaugural Women of Wesleyan Leadership Forum attracted [...]

October 3, 2016 News
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Snowden talks national security at OWU

By Courtney Dunne, Editor-in-Chief and Areena Arora, Managing Editor Wednesday, Sept. 28 was not a typical day at OWU. Edward Snowden joined the OWU community for a video conversation. Snowden, former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, appeared before an audience [...]

September 30, 2016 News
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Pulcini happy to be selected for assistant dean position

By John Bonus, Transcript Reporter If you’ve seen some fresh bowties around campus this semester chances are you have seen Brad Pulcini, one of OWU’s newest addition to faculty. The Transcript stopped by Pulcini’s office to get an idea of [...]

September 26, 2016 News
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Travel-Learning courses revealed for next spring

By John Bonus, Transcript Reporter The OWU Connection welcomed students to Merrick Hall on Sept. 16 to explore the travel-learning courses that will be offered next spring. Travel-Learning courses are designed to help students connect their classroom experiences to the [...]

September 26, 2016 News