Friday 09th December 2016,
The Transcript
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    Attack occurs at OSU campus

    By Areena Arora, Managing Editor On Monday, Nov. 28, an Ohio State student carried out a knife attack, injuring 11 people before being taken down by

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    Introducing President-elect Donald J. Trump

    By Courtney Dunne, Editor-in-Chief and Areena Arora, Managing Editor The verdict is in. The 45th President-elect of the United States is business tycoon and tv

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    Bashford renovation put on indefinite hold

     By John Bonus, Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan’s plans to renovate Bashford Hall this year have been canceled, despite students not mov- ing into the facility

  • Repairs and renovations around campus

    By Sara Hollabaugh, Online Editor Recently renovated and constructed buildings on campus have already received repairs this semester. Before the repairs, steps outside of Merrick Hall

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    OWU professor of 28 years passes away

    By The Transcript Staff Ohio Wesleyan professor of 28 years, Kim Lance passed away the evening of Nov. 3.  Lance “became ill as he was

Volleyball drops three more

Volleyball drops three more

By Philippe Chauveau Transcript Reporter The Ohio Wesleyan volleyball team fell 1-3 to the John Carroll Blue Streaks on Tuesday night in Branch Rickey Arena. The Lady Bishops had a good start to the first set, pulling ahead 9-2 at one point. But John Carroll rallied back and took their [...]

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Freshman leads men’s golf into Gordon Classic tournament

Freshman leads men’s golf into Gordon Classic tournament

By Taylor Smith Sports Editor After finishing second in the NCAC standings for the fourth straight year, the Ohio Wesleyan men’s golf team looks forward to continuing their winning streak. The team lost one senior from last year, Jerry Moore, a two-time first-team All-NCAC honoree and a pivotal member of [...]

September 29, 2013 Taylor Smith Sports 0

Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

Plié for Peace: OWU joins Delaware community in synchronized global dance event

By Ellin Youse A & E Editor For centuries, humans have danced for their desires. We dance for rain, for harvest, for weddings, for coming of age ceremonies, for hope, and for support. As long as there have been human communities, there has been dance. Dance is a means of [...]

September 29, 2013 Ellin Youse News 1

Environmental artists illuminate climate change

Environmental artists illuminate climate change

By Adelle Brodbeck Transcript Reporter The Ross Art Museumis currently displaying the work of Caleb Cain Marcus as a supplement to this year’s Sagan National Colloquium (SNC), the subject of which is global warming. Marcus’s exhibit, titled “A Portrait of Ice,” provides an artistic perspective to the ongoing problem of [...]

September 29, 2013 Staff News 0

SlutWalk may be postponed, but it will happen

SlutWalk may be postponed, but it will happen

By Spenser Hickey News Editor This editorial was meant to be an appeal to the campus community, particularly men, to take part in SlutWalk, which was planned for this evening. Sadly, as I sat down to write it, though, I received an email from the Sisters United cabinet saying that [...]

September 29, 2013 Spenser Hickey Opinion 0

‘Blurred Lines’ is clearly awful

‘Blurred Lines’ is clearly awful

By Noah Mansker Editor-in-Chief After Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” became a summer anthem and just as quickly met a wall of criticism for its endorsement of rape culture, I thought we wouldn’t have to talk about it anymore and the annoyingly catchy song would fade into obscurity like all one-hit-wonders [...]

September 29, 2013 Noah Manskar Opinion 0

Counseling structure aims to expand aid

Counseling structure aims to expand aid

Charles Ross Interim Director of Counseling Services I read The Transcript September 13th coverage of The Ohio Wesleyan Counseling Center with great interest and would like to address some of the concerns presented. The departure of Colleen Cook and Eric Johnson this summer brought about significant transitions in Counseling Services. [...]

September 29, 2013 Staff Opinion 0

“A united front against a single enemy…”: Memorandum frustrates fraternities

“A united front against a single enemy…”: Memorandum frustrates fraternities

By Elizabeth Childers Transcript Correspondent Editor’s Note: This story was written in May, and all attributed interviews were conducted in the spring. The story was published online in June, but The Transcript’s editorial staff feels it is still relevant to the campus community. Minor changes have been made to the [...]

September 29, 2013 Staff News 0

OWU siblings support and encourage one another

OWU siblings support and encourage one another

By Sadie Slager Transcript Reporter Some students interpret the phrase “home away from home” a little more literally when their sibling joins them at Ohio Wesleyan. Lucas and Lauren Janowicz, siblings from Toledo, Ohio, said they like being at the same school because they are able to spend more time [...]

September 29, 2013 Staff News 0

Bishop keeps on battling for OWU athletics

Bishop keeps on battling for OWU athletics

By Jija Dutt Transcript Reporter “Battling” isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind when you hear the word “Bishop”—unless you go to Ohio Wesleyan. Coined in 1925, the term “Battling Bishop” was the winning nickname selected through a contest held by the Phi Delta Epsilon journalism fraternity. Prior [...]

September 29, 2013 Staff News 0