Wednesday 26th July 2017,
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Chartwells makes strides in nutrition, but falls flat

Chartwells makes strides in nutrition, but falls flat

Access to nutritional information for food and drink items offered by Chartwells is limited to those who have smartphones at Ohio Wesleyan University. Those without such devices are left in the dark about what they’re eating and drinking. According to a Pew Research poll conducted in May 2013, 79 percent [...]

March 5, 2014 Caleb Dorfman ’15 News 2

Counseling services welcomes director

Counseling services welcomes director

After a long and exhaustive search, Counseling Services at Ohio Wesleyan University welcomed its new director, Dr. Doug Bennett, Thursday, Feb. 12. Dean of Students Kimberlie Goldsberry formally introduced Bennett to staff-members from different departments at OWU in a surprise speech during his reception. “We’re very excited to have Doug [...]

March 5, 2014 Conor Golden News 0

St. Vincent defines self

St. Vincent defines self

The self-titled album is a curious beast. Most often it seems a cop-out when no other title fits a record because it lacks unification. But then there are self-titled works like St. Vincent’s. This is a record where the artist goes on a journey of self-definition and shares what she [...]

February 28, 2014 Noah Manskar Entertainment 0

A pre-competition conversation with Pitch Black

A pre-competition conversation with Pitch Black

The day before their performance, Pitch Black debuted their set to students in Hamilton-Williams Campus Center. Afterwards, I sat down with several members to discuss their goals for ICCA, their nicknames and why they joined. “Why did you choose those songs and how did you come up with the arrangements?” [...]

February 28, 2014 Spenser Hickey News 0

PHOTOS: Women’s basketball keeps 8-game win streak alive

PHOTOS: Women’s basketball keeps 8-game win streak alive

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February 28, 2014 Jane Suttmeier Sports 0

Men’s basketball chases NCAC title for Coach Dewitt

Men’s basketball chases NCAC  title for Coach Dewitt

Men’s basketball will advance in the NCAC tournament after defeating Kenyon 78-67 in the first round Feb. 25. The Battling Bishops will face rival and No. 1 seed Wooster on Feb. 28. Head Coach Mike DeWitt has coached his team to their 5th consecutive NCAC tournament semi-final game. Athletic Director [...]

February 28, 2014 Graham Lucas Sports 0

Baseball hopes to contend with Wooster for top spot

Baseball hopes to contend with Wooster for top spot

After a 18-19 season last year, the Battling Bishops look to get back to their winning ways.  Expectations are high with the return of key talent to compliment exciting new faces. “The team has been working hard this offseason, and the guys are hungry for improvement,” said head coach Tyler [...]

February 28, 2014 Brian Williams Sports 0

Love and the Northern Lights shine in ‘Almost, Maine’

Love and the Northern Lights shine in ‘Almost, Maine’

The Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of “Almost, Maine” provides audiences with a glimpse into the heartfelt lives of several members from the fictional  town, “Almost” as they explore realities of love and relationships. The play, “Almost, Maine”  is written by John Cariani and premiered off-Broadway in 2006. The [...]

February 28, 2014 Sarah Thomas Entertainment 0

‘Culture Cafe’ draws low turnout

‘Culture Cafe’ draws low turnout

Students, faculty, and a Ohio Wesleyan alumna explored various creative outlets at this semester’s Culture Cafe. Attendance was fewer than for September’s Culture Cafe, however Peter Szabo, music and public services librarian who hosted the event, said he felt satisfied. “The smaller crowd created a more intimate, supportive environment for [...]

February 28, 2014 Caleb Dorfman ’15 Entertainment 0

A response from the editor

A response from the editor

When I wrote my column “Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny,” the only person I thought I might offend was the man I described as making an offensive comment to me after I took a spill on some ice. I attempted to accurately depict my emotions and [...]

February 28, 2014 Ellin Youse Opinion 0