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

Bishop Bikes return for Spring 2012

Bishop Bikes return for Spring 2012

The absence of the Bishop Bikes program in the fall of 2011 raised many questions and affected those students who utilized the bikes as a form of transportation. The Bishop Bikes program began in the fall of 2009 as a bike-share program created by senior Christina Fesz. Students paid five [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

New student IDs high tech

New student IDs high tech

The OWU ID is a student’s life condensed into plastic: it is used for food, library books, and building access all over campus. But if broke, it can be the bane of a student’s very existence. The cheap, 50-cent cards have design flaws, however. Director of Public Safety, Robert Wood, [...]

February 8, 2012 Staff News 0

Controversy on the JAYwalk:OWU students divided about alumni donation of fountain in front of library

The construction of a new fountain, a gift from the class of 1962, is underway and scheduled to be finished by the end of the semester. The fountain is phase one of a JAYwalk renewal plan that is set to be completed within the next two to four years. Anthony [...]

February 2, 2012 Staff News 1

Early morning flooding leaves Smith Hall under foot of water

Seventy-five  students were evacuated from Smith Hall at 1:30 a.m. Saturday due to a water pipe leakage. Student possessions were ruined, rooms were left under as much as a foot of water, and students were inconvenienced when they were forced to find accommodations in the middle of the night. According [...]

February 2, 2012 Staff News 1

Avvio’s invites students to eat, drink and be entertained

Avvio’s invites students to eat, drink and be entertained

“Welcome to Avvio’s!” A man with short cropped hair and glasses enthusiastically greeted customers at the door. His name is Ray Smith, vice president of marketing at Avvio’s Italian Restaurant and Grille. He has huge plans for this new business. Avvio’s is a contemporary Italian American restaurant with a unique [...]

February 2, 2012 Staff News 0

Students say ‘no’ to low-flow

Over the winter break,  “low water flow” showerheads were installed in every shower in every room in the residence halls and Small Living Units. The move has left some students feeling a little “under pressure.” The gleaming silver fixtures are in sharp contrast to the now dulled pipes that hold [...]

February 2, 2012 Staff News 0

Sound-Off OWU: What do you think of the newly installed low-flow shower heads?

Sound-Off OWU: What do you think of the newly installed low-flow shower heads?

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February 1, 2012 Staff Uncategorized 0

WCSA presents revised student harassment policy

WCSA presents revised student harassment policy

Ohio Wesleyan prides itself as being an institution that embraces diversity. It welcomes those from all walks of life and gives them the opportunity to be a part of the OWU family. Unfortunately, striving for diversity does not eliminate instances of harassment on campus. On Monday, Jan. 23, junior Anthony [...]

February 1, 2012 Staff News 0

Vandals hit Oak Hill … again

Vandals hit Oak Hill  … again

An unknown perpetrator vandalized the side mirrors of eight cars, at least six of which belong to students, along Oak Hill Avenue on Jan. 20. The crime is the second of two similar crimes to happen to vehicles parked on the street. According to a Delaware Police Department report filed [...]

February 1, 2012 Staff News 0

Common interests unite SLU members

Common interests unite SLU members

SLUs (Small Living Units) only had 10 days to finish interviews and deliberate to meet this year’s Jan. 25 deadline, leaving some SLUs struggling to advertise openings and fill spots. Sophomore Katasha Ross, a member of the Inter-Faith House, said that the early deadline limited interest. “The dates and deadlines [...]

February 1, 2012 Staff News 0