Saturday 25th November 2017,
The Transcript
  • Men’s soccer team wins NCAC title in dramatic fashion

    By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  After one of the most exciting games in recent North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) memory, the Ohio Wesleyan men’s soccer

  • HBC and Branch Rickey renovations coming soon

    By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor  Ohio Wesleyan University administration approved plans to renovate the House of Black Culture and Branch Rickey Arena. In late October,

  • The Historian to depart from OWU

    By Kiersten Bender, Transcript Correspondent  The editorial staff of The Historian are slowly clearing the shelves, editing one book at a time, in preparation to

  • 2018 WCSA election results announced

    By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) has elected its first female black student body president. Senior Cara Harris will serve

  • Former Peace and Justice House sold

    By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter  The Perkins House, which formerly housed members of the House of Peace and Justice (P&J), has been sold because of

Cure for divisiveness is learning how to talk

Cure for divisiveness  is learning how to talk

People like to talk. It’s nearly impossible to find a public space, especially on campus, that is completely void of voices. It seems to be in human nature to talk to one another—it doesn’t matter to whom, or about what; we just want conversation. Conversation is a necessity. It satiates [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

Early birds miss the worm: Lack of weekend breakfast leaves busy students hungry

Early birds miss the worm: Lack of weekend  breakfast leaves busy students hungry

The first week back on campus was formal recruitment for all sororities, as most people probably already know. It was a crazy, but exciting week full of sisterhood and new friends, but by the time Sunday morning rolled around, I was thoroughly exhausted. Trying to follow one of my 2012 [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Opinion 0

New WCSA representatives elected and ready for change

New WCSA representatives elected and ready for change

Fourteen new WCSA Residential Representatives were elected to office last week. These members will make up the Residential Affairs Committee which is responsible for studying and initiating appropriate actions on residential living issues that concern students. In addition to Residential Representatives for dormitories, representatives were elected from the SLUs. “This [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

Time to travel

Time to travel

This semester OWU’s travel-learning courses will be sending students to Ghana, Bangladesh, various places in the United Kingdom, Rome, Alaska, Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, Costa Rica, Iceland and Tanzania. Professors in the geology and geography department Karen Fryer, Ph.D. and Bart Martin, Ph.D., are teaching the course Tectonics, Volcanology and Geothermal [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

MLK Day builds community

MLK Day builds community

To me, Martin Luther King Day used to mean a day off of school. It meant that I would hear my first grade teacher tell me about freedom and race and an assassination—all things that, at seven years old, I did not understand. It is strange how 13 years later [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff Entertainment 0

Professor encourages students to visit zoology museum right next door

Professor encourages students to visit zoology museum right next door

Many people do not realize that Delaware has a small museum for natural history and that it is located right here on campus (SCSC Room #166). Although it is free and open to the public, it seems to be a well-kept secret even among many OWU students and staff. The [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

DPD responds to possible gunman at Sigma Chi

DPD responds to possible gunman at Sigma Chi

The Incident Just before 6 p.m. Monday, students reported seeing Sigma Chi members flee the fraternity house at 30 Williams Drive. Sophomore Eric Dixon, a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, said he was in the library of the Delt house on 20 Williams Drive when the incident occurred. “I [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 1

Forum addresses student concerns

Forum addresses student concerns

Student outcry over “low flow” shower heads was addressed this week in a campus-wide forum held by WCSA and Sean Kinghorn, energy conservation and sustainability coordinator. The forum was held on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at noon in Benes. Students voiced concerns about the shower heads themselves, but a call for [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

Public Safety Reports

Public Safety Reports

– At 11:45 a.m., Feb. 1, Public Safety was dispatched to the Ham-Will Campus Center parking lot on a minor motor vehicle accident involving an OWU student and a University owned vehicle. There were no injuries to the involved parties in this case. – At 11:40 p.m., Feb. 1, Public [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

Going once, going twice, sold: Rafiki wa Africa to hold date auction

Going once, going twice, sold: Rafiki wa Africa to hold date auction

Rafiki wa Africa will be auctioning off dates to the highest bidder on Feb. 10. All proceeds will go to raise funds for Rafiki wa Afrika’s philanthropy. Rafiki wa is an African and Caribbean based club that focuses on political and social issues. Yelena Coulibaly, president of Rafiki wa, said [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0