Tuesday 12th December 2017,
The Transcript

The sleaze goes beyond the screen

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief A woman who wants to make it in the film industry is expected to schmooze by letting men have their way with them. Then, they have to remain silent because speaking out against prominent Hollywood figures would be detrimental to their careers. That’s just Hollywood, babe. [...]

October 25, 2017 Gopika Nair Opinion 0

Save riots for the street; keep them away from sports

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor Riots have occurred in major cities around the globe, and the one thing that unites all people is safely staying away from the confrontations. Sports unite almost everybody, from basketball to baseball to rugby, and especially the world’s most popular sport, soccer. With many issues [...]

October 25, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Student shares NYT democracy forum experience

By Alameina White, Transcript Reporter Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Raissa Kanku was one of four college students worldwide selected to participate in a New York Times global democracy forum held in Athens, Greece. From Sept. 10-15, Kanku was exposed to many influential leaders around the world, including the prime minister of [...]

October 25, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Attorney gives lecture on DACA

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor  Attorney Joe Mas visited Ohio Wesleyan to give a lecture about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Sept. 27. DACA is an immigration policy that is meant to let children, who were brought into the U.S. illegally, to stay. The policy was established [...]

October 25, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

UCLA professor headlines lecture series

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  A UCLA professor’s lecture about Ulysses S. Grant restored his status from an American myth to an American hero. Joan Waugh, a prize-winning Civil War author and professor of history at UCLA, was the guest speaker at this year’s Richard W. Smith lecture on Sept. [...]

October 25, 2017 sgpauley News 0

OWU hosts community CROP Walk

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor  Ohio Wesleyan University hosted the annual CROP Hunger Walk to raise funds for People in Need and Church World Service on Oct. 8. Students, faculty and members of the Delaware community came together to raise money for people in need of food and other living [...]

October 25, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Poetry festival brings Latin America to OWU

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  The Ohio Wesleyan modern foreign languages department, as well as Viva Latinx, held a two-day poetry festival on Oct. 9 and Oct. 10 that celebrated Latin American literature. The festival, held in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, welcomed poets from a variety of countries, [...]

October 25, 2017 TheTranscript Uncategorized 0

WCSA Today: Freshman class retains right to vote in their first semester

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor After much debate among members of the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs, first-year and transfer students who are a part of the student government will continue to have voting power on bills and amendments during their first semester on WCSA. For three weeks, senators discussed the [...]

October 25, 2017 sgpauley News 0

Recent natural disasters should be alarming to our future

By Kienan O’Doherty, A&E Editor  So many disasters in so little time; the question remains, “Are we to blame?” Scientists have stated such, with evidence proving that the gases we emit from our production are destroying our atmosphere. Weather is hotter, ice is melting at an alarming rate, flowers are [...]

October 4, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Ed Lenane appointed as chair of Staff Council

By Spencer Pauley, Copy Editor  Ohio Wesleyan’s staff has a voice through the Staff Council, which provides a platform to present ideas that will benefit OWU as a whole. The council, which was formed in 2014, has been working hard to benefit staff members at OWU. From the time it [...]

October 4, 2017 sgpauley News 0