Sunday 25th February 2018,
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Living a double life: Students pride themselves as members of SLUs and Greek life despite stereotypes

Living a double life: Students pride themselves as members of SLUs and Greek life despite stereotypes

Two of the most tight-knit communities at Ohio Wesleyan are Greek Life and the Small Living Units. These two communities collaborate, but do they also clash? Greek life and SLUs are two of the larger organizations on Ohio Wesleyan’s campus. From an outside perspective, they may appear to be two [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff News 0

Can the 1-in-4 find the help they need?

Can the 1-in-4 find the help they need?

One in four. This was the tagline of a campaign by Active Minds, a national collegiate mental health advocacy group with chapters all over the U.S., including here at Ohio Wesleyan. It represents the roughly 25 percent of adults diagnosed with mental illnesses. It is important to note, this statistic [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Summer internships: a neccessary evil

Summer  internships: a neccessary evil

The days when summer meant lounging by the pool with friends and the occasional lifeguarding shift or babysitting job are long gone for most college students who struggle to find internships for their summer vacations. As a junior at Ohio Wesleyan, the pressure to acquire an internship for the summer [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Student thinks ‘The Vow’ disavowed overall quality

Student thinks ‘The Vow’ disavowed overall quality

Believe it or not, “The Vow” is based on a true story. The film takes its premise from an eponymous book by Kim Carpenter that details his wife Krickitt’s recovery from memory loss following a car accident that left her unable to remember him, her husband, or their marriage. This [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff Entertainment 1

Baseball challenged by Marietta, keeps high season outlook

Baseball challenged  by Marietta, keeps  high season outlook

The Bishops’ men’s baseball team remained strong on March 29, in their game against Marietta, which is ranked as the number two team in the nation. The non-conference game was played at Littick Field, with a resulting score of 2-0, Marietta. Evan Brockmeier scored a run in the second inning, [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff Sports 0

Softball hits two losses in Muskingum doubleheader

Softball hits two losses in Muskingum doubleheader

Ohio Wesleyan’s softball team lost to Muskingum last Wednesday in a non-conference doubleheader. The first game left the Bishops behind by one run, while the second game had Muskingum 10 runs ahead of OWU’s six. In the top of the seventh inning, Muskingum scored twice and withheld the Bishops rally [...]

April 5, 2012 Staff Sports 0

Battle for Crossroads: Battling bands show both competition and companionship

The band Hairy Tribe of Conquerors lived up to the latter part of its name after winning the vote to open for Crossroads, but it was not all about competition at the Battle of the Bands. Crossroads is a night of concerts sponsored by the Student Union on Black Awareness [...]

March 30, 2012 Staff News 0

Relay for Life

Gordon Field House was filled with OWU students and faculty, community members and most importantly, cancer survivors Friday at 6 p.m. for the university’s annual Relay for Life. The event began with opening services that honored sophomore Jake Von Der Vellen, who had been the committee chair. Senior Alexis Plaga, [...]

March 30, 2012 Staff News 0

Theta Alpha Phi brews talent at Coffee Haus

Low lights and smooth jazz transformed Bashford Lounge into an ambient coffee house last Saturday. Theatre honorary Theta Alpha Phi hosted their annual “Coffee Haus,” where students could be served coffee and small desserts, and be entertained by student performers. With a three dollar admission, and snacks costing less than [...]

March 30, 2012 Staff News 0

Great athletes win Player of the Week

Scoring 11 goals and winning four matches—those feats pushed two Bishops to the front of their teams, and the Ohio Wesleyan athletic Web site. Both Bishops were North Coast Athletic Conference Players of the Week. Junior Annie Swanson led women’s lacrosse with 11 goals across three matches with Rensselaer Polytechnic [...]

March 30, 2012 Staff Sports 0