Wednesday 26th April 2017,
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A different kind of fast food

A different kind of fast food

A new food truck will be fueling the streets of Columbus this spring, thanks to a recent OWU grad and his partner. Andrew Tuchow, ’13, and his business partner, Andy O’Brien, are opening their food truck starting April 1 of this year. Tuchow graduated last May with a double major [...]

February 28, 2014 Jija Dutt News 0

For Pitch Black, third time’s the charm

For Pitch Black, third time’s the charm

One of the microphone starts to fail as soon as they begin their performance. But that doesn’t stop them. They are Pitch Black, OWU’s all-women a cappella group and this is one of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA)’s five Great Lakes Quarterfinals, at Centerville High School. It [...]

February 28, 2014 Spenser Hickey News 0

Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

Fresh voice on Board of Trustees

After an arduous election process, current Ohio Wesleyan seniors chose Jake Miller to represent their class on the university’s Board of Trustees. The month-long election process consisted of 10 percent of the graduating class signing a petition for the candidates. Next, campaigns were held and seniors voted online using myOWU. [...]

February 28, 2014 Megan Dill News 0

New NCAA ruling on athlete unions will not affect OWU athletes

New NCAA ruling on athlete unions will not affect OWU athletes

A Labor Relations Board hearing commenced last Wednesday, in response to a group of Northwestern football players who signed a petition to seek union protection; the outcome of which could have historic implications for college athletics. The petition is the first step in the union certification process. With this action, [...]

February 22, 2014 Hannah Urano Sports 0

Top NFL draft prospect comes out

Top NFL draft prospect comes out

University of Missouri Defensive Lineman Michael Sam announced he is openly gay on ESPN’s Outside the Lines on Feb. 9. Sam, the co-South Eastern Conference defensive player of the year became the first openly gay college football player in history. According to ESPN’s analyst Mel Kiper Jr., Sam will still [...]

February 22, 2014 Graham Lucas Sports 0

Bishops break records at NCAC

Bishops break records at NCAC

The NCAC Swimming and Diving Championship took place last week at Denison University’s Trumbull Aquatic Center. Ohio Wesleyan finished sixth overall with a score of 625.5 and record-breaking performances from student athletes. Denison won the meet with a score of 1898.5. Freshman Anne Edwards managed to break her own school [...]

February 22, 2014 Jamell Brown-Smith Sports 0

Drag shOWU raises money for a mission

Drag shOWU raises money for a mission

Through dance, drag and prose, OWU students raised $80 last Saturday to help fund a mission trip. The Chicago Mission Team of 12 students and two faculty advisors will be traveling to Chicago during spring break. They hope to explore issues of homelessness and poverty, as well as other issues [...]

February 22, 2014 Jija Dutt Entertainment 0

‘New Art/New Mexico’ brings southwest culture to Ross

‘New Art/New Mexico’ brings southwest culture to Ross

By Breanne Reilly Transcript Reporter A new exhibit in the Ross Art Museum unleashes themes of mortality, religion and nature from the New Mexico areas of Albuquerque, Taos and Santa Fe. The show, which opened last Thursday, was curated by a group of Ohio Wesleyan students who traveled to New [...]

February 22, 2014 Staff Entertainment 0

Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny

Catcalls and harassment: the antithesis of charming and funny

If you know me, you know I love shoes. I never discriminate against a cute pair of high top sneakers or turn down an opportunity to wear five inch heels. I have about 109 pairs, and my collection continues to grow. The Transcript’s editorial staff and I lay out the [...]

February 22, 2014 Ellin Youse Opinion 0

Finding a voice among depression, stigma and dreadful weather

Finding a voice among depression, stigma and dreadful weather

This winter has sucked. The cold, the rain, the sleet, the snow and that weird hail thing the other day have all been present during this long winter. For me, so has depression. As a person who suffers from depression and anxiety, this winter has been horrible for me. The [...]

February 22, 2014 Emily Feldmesser Opinion 0