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Sound-Off OWU: What was the worst event that happened to you on Valentine’s Day?

Sound-Off OWU: What was the worst event that happened to you on Valentine’s Day?

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February 15, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Weekly Public Safety Reports, 2/7/12 – 2/11/2012

Weekly Public Safety Reports, 2/7/12 – 2/11/2012

–On Feb. 7, at 11:15 p.m., PS officers were dispatched to Thomson Hall on a welfare concern. The student was transported to Grady Hospital by Delaware EMS. –On Feb. 8, at 11:45 p.m. Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity was referred to student conduct for an unregistered party following a routine safety [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Teammates forget the past and press full court

Teammates forget the past and press full court

Freshman Mary Corbett and Sarah McQuade were once rivals but now work together on the Ohio Wesleyan Women’s Basketball team. Corbett and McQuade went to competing High Schools in Ohio and the two became known for their rivalry due to their similar skill set, age, and talent. Corbett and McQuade [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Students hopeful with dates after date auction

Students hopeful with dates after date auction

Rafiki Wa Afrika’s first Date Action raised auction prices skyward while overall funds were well beyond expectations. All proceeds are going toward the Ghana Student Education Fund, an organization that looks to better the education of students in Ghana and allows brilliant and deserving children a chance at achieving their [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Myths debunked during Siegfried lecture: Eating disorders are topic of discussion to promote treatment

Myths debunked during Siegfried lecture: Eating disorders are topic of discussion to promote treatment

Nicole Siegfried, an eating disorder lecturer, urged students to not fall prey to myths concerning eating disorders during her Feb. 9 lecture. Siegfried’s lecture was part of the Food Course Connection. Assistant professors of Psychology, Vicki DiLillo and Jennifer Yates, hosted the lecture. “[The] food course connection is one of [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Students want changes in dining

Students want changes in dining

Bishops can expect several new dining alternatives on campus beginning next year, as WCSA and Chartwells work to expand options. According to junior Anthony McGuire, WCSA President, students and staff can expect extensive changes to campus dining. “They want to expand the food court in Ham-Wil, add a fourth register, [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Students celebrate lessons learned through teamwork

Students celebrate lessons learned through teamwork

Nathan Barnett Senior Nathan Barnett has been on the men’s lacrosse team for the past four years. An Ohio native, Barnett is from Upper Arlington and has played on a lacrosse team throughout his high school career. Standing tall at 6’0” and weighing in at 185, Barnett plays longpole midfield [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff News 0

Cartoon of the Week, Feb. 16, 2012

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February 15, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Mock teaches students to embrace politics

Mock teaches students to embrace politics

This past weekend I participated in an event that gave equal rights to the Undead and produced a nominating ticket of Mitt Romney for President and Steven Colbert for Vice President of the United States. I witnessed heated arguments, passionate outbursts and many political jokes. You guessed right; I was [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Liberal students make mockery of GOP convention last Saturday

Liberal students make mockery  of GOP convention last Saturday

Support for abortion, same-sex marriage, withdrawal of American troops from foreign bases, and amnesty (possibility of citizenship and federal benefits) for illegal immigrants all made it onto Mock Convention 2012’s Republican platform. What ought to have been Ohio Wesleyan’s genuine reproduction of the upcoming Republican National Convention devolved into a [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff Opinion 2