Friday 24th 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

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 as the WCSA president in 2018 and sophomore Peyton Hardesty was elected vice president. The 2017 WCSA elections yielded other firsts, as well. Compared to last year’s [...]

November 12, 2017 Gopika Nair News 0

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 a need for extensive renovations. According to Lauri Strimkovsky, vice president for finance and administration and treasurer, after 30 years of being a part of [...]

November 10, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Tuition to increase by 2.4 percent

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  Students at Ohio Wesleyan will start spending a little more money out of pocket next year because of a 2.4 percent increase in tuition. Recently, it was decided at a Board of Trustees meeting that OWU would increase the yearly tuition from $44,430 to $45,500. [...]

November 10, 2017 sgpauley News 0

Annual contemporary dance concert set to premiere

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  As one of the most anticipated events of the year, Ohio Wesleyan’s annual contemporary dance concert will look to wow with its most interactive piece yet. “Orchesis 17/18” aims to be unlike any other production in OWU history. For one thing, it has a title, [...]

November 10, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

CPB hosts fifth annual A Cappellooza

By Reilly Wright, Photo Editor  “Carry On Wayward Son” did not need an electric guitar for a memorable solo at the fifth annual voices-only A Cappellooza concert on Saturday, Nov. 4, in Ohio Wesleyan’s Gray Chapel. Featuring classic rock from Queen to Guns N’ Roses, student a cappella groups from [...]

November 9, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

PRIDE hosts 14th annual PRIDE prom

By Nicole Popovich, Transcript Correspondent Ohio Wesleyan University’s Pride Week ends with the 14th annual PRIDE prom. PRIDE prom is on Nov. 10, in Benes rooms B and C from 8:30-11:30 p.m. The event is free for everyone on campus, not just the members of PRIDE. Free snacks and drinks will [...]

November 9, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Volleyball finds success in regular season

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor  The Ohio Wesleyan volleyball team still has four more games left in the season, but the women’s team is showing an impressive regular season performance with an overall record of 14-6. For OWU athletes, a season can become difficult to manage with having to practice, [...]

October 27, 2017 TheTranscript Sports 0

Bishops upset nationally ranked Wabash Little Giants

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  It took 28 years, but Ohio Wesleyan’s football team finally beat the Wabash Little Giants, and did it against many odds. On Oct. 14, the Battling Bishops traveled to Crawfordsville, Indiana and beat a Wabash team that was ranked 18th in the country prior to [...]

October 27, 2017 sgpauley Sports 0

Series finds major boost in sequel after initial flop

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor  Blade Runner bombed at the box office when it was released in 1982, but its sequel is not something you should miss this fall. Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to the 1982 cult classic of the similar name. In the first film, the audience [...]

October 27, 2017 TheTranscript Entertainment 0

Freedom of speech brought to light in play

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief  With Fahrenheit 451’s production, Ohio Wesleyan’s theatre and dance department brought attention to national issues concerning free speech and censorship. After five weeks of rehearsals, the production was held on the Main Stage inside Chappelear Drama Center, running from Oct. 5 through Oct. 7. Adapted from [...]

October 25, 2017 Gopika Nair Entertainment 0