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Dining at OWU: I am a survivor

Dining at OWU: I am a survivor

I feel like I just won a season of that awful TV show Survivor, when I can proudly say that I have successfully survived nearly four years of living on Chartwells food. Is there any way I can get a [...]

November 9, 2012 Opinion
Sound Off OWU: What do you love about your body?

Sound Off OWU: What do you love about your body?

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October 26, 2012 Opinion
The opposite of ordinary:  Striving for tolerance for all walks of life on campus

The opposite of ordinary: Striving for tolerance for all walks of life on campus

By Suzanne Samin A & E Editor When I read Ohio Wesleyan’s slogan, “the opposite of ordinary,” I interpret it as a statement about our diversity and unique opportunities in both education and service. To me, it says that our [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Women can be empowered without reclaiming derogatory words

Women can be empowered without reclaiming derogatory words

By Breanne Reilly News Editor When I first heard about the SlutWalk, the name took me aback. Slut is a misogynistic term aimed at people, mostly women, who are considered to be “loose” or sexually promiscuous. It is an insult. [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Homecoming royalty quest trivial — or not

Homecoming royalty quest trivial — or not

Homecoming. Bring on the competition. Actually, bring it or else. Is it me, or is homecoming this year a bigger deal than it ever was before? I’ve been lucky enough to watch students rip down fliers, bribe students for votes [...]

October 26, 2012 Opinion
Sound Off OWU 10/4/2012

Sound Off OWU 10/4/2012

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October 4, 2012 Opinion
Comic 10/4/2012

Comic 10/4/2012

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October 4, 2012 Opinion
As culturally correct as can be

As culturally correct as can be

By Rachel Vinciguerra Transcript Reporter “Aloha” means hello AND goodbye. Hula is the native dance. And in every movie I’ve ever seen about it there’s an ukulele. That was the extent of my knowledge about Hawaii before I proposed a [...]

October 4, 2012 Opinion
People have a right not to comform

People have a right not to comform

By Jenna Rodcay Transcript Correspondent Writing an article about not voting is pretty surreal right now because I’m actually very adamant about voting. So for all of the people who are freaking out a sentence into my editorial—hold your horses [...]

October 4, 2012 Opinion
Is it your obligation to vote?

Is it your obligation to vote?

By Marissa Alfano Editor-in-chief Voting is one of the most sacred and fundamental rights we, as American citizens, possess. People across the globe have fought for hundreds of years to gain this right to voice their opinions to a government [...]

October 4, 2012 Opinion