Thursday 18th January 2018,
The Transcript

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 Columbus Commons for a celebration after. According to the official [...]

April 27, 2017 Sara Hollabaugh News 0

Pulse survivor speaks at SOL Conference

By Allie Smith, Transcript Correspondent Love, hope and positivity form the structure of a word that impacts the lives of many. That word is forgiveness. Angel Colon, a survivor of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting in Orlando last June spoke to Ohio Wesleyan students April 22 in Merrick Hall as [...]

April 27, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Seniors to run the Final Lap

By Liz Hardaway, Arts & Entertainment Editor It’s the final countdown. With nals approaching, graduating seniors and underclassmen can look forward to the Final Lap on May 9. After commencement rehearsals, seniors will be running at 8:30 p.m. under inflatable arches decorated with lights down the path around Slocum Hall [...]

April 27, 2017 Liz Hardaway News 0

OWU football tackles Spanish turf

By Evan Walsh, Chief Copy Editor Ohio Wesleyan football is looking for a big win …. in Spain. Thirty team members, led by coaches and staff, will make the trip to Barcelona next month,where they will spend two weeks practicing, playing and traveling. Barcelona is home to the Badalona Dracs [...]

April 20, 2017 TheTranscript Sports 0

OWU men’s lacrosse ready for postseason

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor The Ohio Wesleyan University men’s lacrosse team is facing the end of the spring season and as the NCAC championship draws near, the team is prepared. “We’re in the conference playoffs next week and we have to take it one game at a time,” said [...]

April 20, 2017 TheTranscript Sports 0

Hollywood diversifies

By Madison Williams, Transcript Correspondent It’s mighty morphin’ time. Reminiscent of a classic action movie, Power Rangers embraces the nostalgia of the stereotypical superhero plot, while also breaking down walls and destroying barriers. Originating from a television series started in 1993, the new Power Rangers reboot released this March, features [...]

April 20, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

Improv troupe will perform last show for year

By Orion Wright, Transcript Correspondent When you take your seat at a Babbling Bishops show, the lights are down and the curtains drawn but the crowd is already laughing. “They’re really funny,” sophomore Jack Bouman said. Before the Babblers cracks a joke, the audience is already giggling from memories of [...]

April 20, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

Seniors sell art at museum

By Alanna Henderson, Managing Editor Going once, going twice, sold. With only four days since the opening of the senior art show, 13 pieces have been sold out of 169 total displayed. The spring senior art exhibit is on full display at the Ross Art Museum until May 13. The [...]

April 20, 2017 Alanna Henderson Entertainment 0

Letter to the Editor: Debunking myths about prison inmates

By Diana Muzina, Letter to the Editor When someone says the word ‘prison,’ we immediately have associations and assumptions about what it is like based on media portrayals and pervasive stereotypes. We see prison as being this place where bad people are sent, and that they deserve to be there. [...]

April 20, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Opinion: Political exhaustion

By Liz Hardaway, Arts & Entertainment Editor I’m tired of hearing about politics. Since early 2015, when liberals “felt the Bern” and someone from the Internet figured out Ted Cruz looked like the Zodiac Killer, I subscribed to a few political magazines, receiving updates daily about the proceedings in Washington. [...]

April 20, 2017 Liz Hardaway Opinion 0