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Astronomy Club to explore solar system in observatories

Astronomy Club to explore solar system in observatories

By Sarah Thomas Transcript Correspondent While rain prevented any stargazing at the first meeting of the Ohio Wesleyan Astronomy Club, the group explored the Student Observatory and made plans for later. The club met late at night on Oct. 23 at the Student Observatory, which is located between the House [...]

November 2, 2013 Staff News 0

Students hold ‘pro-love’ protest against preachers

Students hold ‘pro-love’ protest against preachers

By Spenser Hickey News Editor Christianity was caught in the middle as two groups took to the Sandusky Street sidewalks to voice opposing views on the LGBT community Wednesday, Oct. 23rd. The protest began after two street preachers came to campus around noon to speak against what they considered sexual [...]

November 2, 2013 Spenser Hickey News, Uncategorized 1

RLCs assess probability of community damage

RLCs assess probability of community damage

By Sadie Slager Transcript Correspondent Students in some Ohio Wesleyan residence halls are already racking up community damage charges. An unplanned fire alarm in the middle of the night over fall break brought up the possibility of community damage fees being assessed to all Thomson Hall residents, as the alarm [...]

November 2, 2013 Staff News 0

Success guide initiative aims to improve student retention

Success guide initiative aims to improve student retention

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter As of summer 2013, Ohio Wesleyan has developed a new initiative of Student Success Guides to improve student retention and graduation rates. University President Rock Jones said the program was created to see if “through more personal attention we might help students engage more fully [...]

November 2, 2013 Staff News 0

Renovation plan presents path forward

Renovation plan presents path forward

By Brian Cook Transcript Reporter The future of Ohio Wesleyan’s residence halls is now clearer with the completion of a plan from Mackey Mitchell Architects. In October, the firm presented to the Board of Trustees a comprehensive package of renovation options the university could pursue. According to the report, there [...]

November 1, 2013 Staff News 1

Hip-hop dance club steps up on campus

Hip-hop dance club steps up on campus

By Allie Le Transcript Correspondent This upcoming spring semester, the members of OWU Sick Steps (OSS) focus on spreading their passion for hip-hop dance throughout campus. Their goal is to perform in Cultural Fest, Vietnamese Students Association’s Lunar New Year and Global Outreach Show this coming spring. According to sophomore [...]

November 1, 2013 sophieec News 0

Men’s soccer remains unbeaten

Men’s soccer remains unbeaten

By Philippe Chauveau Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan men’s soccer team extended its win streak to 16 with a 6-0 victory over the Allegheny Gators, the program’s best start since 2005. “They weren’t a bad team, but we came in and played really well from the start,” said junior defender [...]

November 1, 2013 Staff Sports 0

Women’s basketball ready for the challenge

Women’s basketball ready for the challenge

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter In a strong conference that includes last year’s Division III national champions, the Ohio Wesleyan women’s basketball team looks to rebound and compete at a high level this season. Last year the Battling Bishops had an 8-18 overall record and was 7-9 in conference play. [...]

November 1, 2013 Staff Sports 0

Expressing emotion through environments

Expressing emotion through environments

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter Sunday, Oct. 13, the Ross Art Museum welcomed two new exhibits from local artists Melinda Rosenberg and Rod Bouc. Rosenberg’s work transforms reclaimed wood into creative sculptures while Bouc takes to another side of nature through his intricate landscapes and portraits of rainclouds. The opening [...]

November 1, 2013 Staff Entertainment 0

Maryville case indicates dire need for cultural change

Maryville case indicates dire need for cultural change

By Emily Feldmesser Copy Editor The rape of 14-year-old Daisy Coleman by 17-year-old Matthew Barnett in Maryville, Mo., has captured the nation’s attention. Barnett wasn’t charged with statutory rape. According to Missouri law, the victim has to be younger than 14 or the perpetrator older than 21. Barnett’s family is [...]

November 1, 2013 Spenser Hickey Opinion 0