Thursday 19th October 2017,
The Transcript

Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor At a young age, we are taught that school is something that you have to do to succeed, but it is not the most important part of gaining knowledge. This past summer, I had the opportunity of working for a local television news station in [...]

September 1, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Coaches Corner: Q&A with Roger Ingles

By Aleksei Pavloff, Sports Editor Roger is leaving OWU this May to start at Capital University. Q: Why did you feel this was the time to leave OWU? A: It is as much about the great opportunity that Capital provides as it is the timing. I have been considering making [...]

May 5, 2017 TheTranscript Sports 0

WCSA Today: New textbook resolution proposed

By Gopika Nair, Editor-in-Chief Ohio Wesleyan students could eliminate textbook costs in the future. The Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) proposed a resolution to provide more affordable textbooks at its full senate meeting held April 24. Senior Ryan Bishop and sophomore Nick Melvin presented the resolution to the Senate. [...]

May 1, 2017 Gopika Nair Uncategorized 0

Last hurrahs of college

By Sara Hollabaugh, Online Editor As a senior with 17 days left at Ohio Wesleyan, I’m about to experience a lot more lasts. Naturally, right? Some are irrelevant, but some lasts are actually making me stop and re ect on my four years here. Though some lasts have taken place [...]

May 1, 2017 Sara Hollabaugh Uncategorized 0

Onward and upward: The future of journalism

By Areena Arora, Letter to the Editor Automated stories would mean no employment for me as a journalism major, but it is so fascinating a concept, I cannot help but fantasize about it. The future of journalism is one intertwined with technological advances that seemed impossible a decade or so [...]

May 1, 2017 Areena Arora Opinion 0

Tackling sexual assault in Guatemala

By Evelynn Wyatt, Letter to the Editor I recently traveled to Guatemala on a Travel Learning Grant from Ohio Wesleyan. I was struck immediately by the way that plants and people spilled out from every opening in the city streets. I was also confronted almost immediately by groups of leering, [...]

May 1, 2017 TheTranscript Opinion 0

Symposium showcases semester

By Orion Wright, Transcript Correspondent Students and faculty chatting together over refreshments; rows of posters displaying the details of research projects; students giving presentations on the work they had completed over the course of the semester- these are the sights attendees of the Student Symposium enjoyed on Thursday. The Student [...]

April 28, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Immigration ban raises travel concern

By Alameina White, Transcript Correspondent In trying to keep immigrants out of the United States, President Donald Trump has given some of Ohio Wesleyan University’s international students more reason to stay. Selam Weldu, a freshman from Ethiopia, said she is not going home this summer and may not go home [...]

April 28, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Women’s soccer hosts Be the Match drive at OWU

By Ben Simpson, Transcript Correspondent The Ohio Wesleyan women’s soccer team took a step closer to cure patients with blood cancers by hosting the Be the Match Drive in the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center this past Thursday. The Be the Match Drive enters people into the bone marrow registry to help [...]

April 28, 2017 TheTranscript News 0

Horesback rides ease stress in Delaware

By Megan Parker, Transcript Correspondent When someone walks into Stockhands Horses for Healing, they might think it is just a regular horse barn. But once riding lessons begin, it becomes clear that the barn is not at all ordinary. Stockhands is a nonprofit organization in Delaware that provides therapy in [...]

April 28, 2017 TheTranscript News 0