Wednesday 18th October 2017,
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Chartwells sacrifices for OWU: Student values quantity over quality in food choices

Chartwells sacrifices for OWU: Student values quantity over quality in food choices

The Hamilton-Williams Food Court serves lunch to over 650 students every weekday. Shortly after noon, people flood into the court, swiping sandwiches, sushi, and drinks. The cashiers and servers are awash with business until, an hour later, all students have trickled out. Yet students’ most frequent complaint is not about [...]

February 15, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Sound off OWU: If you were to vote for the Republican nominee today, who would it be and why?

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February 8, 2012 Staff Uncategorized 0

Cheer squad graduates strong leaders

Cheer squad graduates strong leaders

Senior leadership is an important asset for any sports team. For the cheer leading squad, the seniors act as leaders and role models for younger squad members. Whether rain or shine, home or away, veterans or rookies, the cheerleaders are the biggest fans of the Ohio Wesleyan football and men’s [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Sports 0

OWU track members named Athlete of the Week for great performances

Every week, the OWU sports homepage shines the spotlight on athletes dedicated to their sports as “Athletes of the Week.” Last week, the featured spot on the page could not fit all the honored players. Each athlete is chosen by the North Coast Athletic Conference. This week, four OWU track [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Sports 0

Men’s and women’s lacrosse prepare for season

Men’s and women’s lacrosse prepare for season

Men’s Lacrosse Coach Michael Plantholt is going into his second year as coach with OWU men’s lacrosse. He will try to continue the success the team had last season. Last year, the Bishops went 10-4 overall and won a share of the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) championship. The team [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Sports 1

Local businesses serve sweet treats at Chocolate Walk

Mainstreet Delaware hosted its fourth annual Chocolate Walk Friday night, giving 30 businesses the opportunity to open their doors to new customers and get involved with the community. The Director of Mainstreet Delaware, Frances Jo Hamilton, spoke about the origins of the Chocolate Walk. “Mainstreet is a nationally based organization [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

‘Everest’ strives for peaceful understanding

‘Everest’ strives for peaceful understanding

Students were granted the opportunity not only to watch a powerful documentary with a message of peace, but also to speak with the writer and director of the documentary himself. “‘Everest: A Climb for Peace’ was produced for public television and has been shown in 44 states on over 300 [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

Alumnus’ work returns to campus

Ohio Wesleyan alumnus Mohsen Shirzadian’s artwork has made a return to campus, showcasing his passion and talent for photography. Although his photography has been displayed before, the photos currently on display in the Alumni Gallery in the Mowry Alumni Center have never been seen by campus. Displayed on two floors, [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Entertainment 0

Guest author captivates audience with reading

Guest author captivates audience with reading

“Colorful as a rainbow.” This was how senior Mary Slebodnik described the work of Mark Brazaitis, an award-winning poet, in her introduction on Jan. 26 when Brazaitis read from his collected works in the Bayley Room of Beeghly Library. Slebodnik also introduced him as a father, the basketball coach of [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Entertainment 0

This Week’s Comic

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February 8, 2012 Staff Opinion 0