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(Left to right) The four students who attended the national competition are Lidia Mowad, Jordan Bernstein, Rhiannon Herbert and Katherine Berger. Photo courtesy of Michael Esler.

Moot Court robbed in Miami

The Ohio Wesleyan Moot Court teams did not expect great success at nationals, and they certainly did not expect to get robbed on their last day of travel. OWU sent two teams to the national Moot Court competition in Miami, [...]

January 28, 2015 News
Wall in Smith dining hall where a television used to hang.

Public Safety hunts for break-in bandit

                    On Oct. 24, 2014, the Thomson Corner Store was broken into and $100 was stolen from the cash register. The intruder gained entrance to the store by smashing one of [...]

January 27, 2015 News
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Eber sentenced to six years

By: Editor-in-Chief Emily Feldmesser and Managing Editor Adelle Brodbeck Held in the arms of his 19-year-old brother, Nicholas Eber entered the Delaware County Court House Monday morning to be sentenced for the stabbing of Anthony Peddle (‘14). On Dec. 12, [...]

January 26, 2015 News
Juniors Emma Drongowski and Jerry Lherisson, WCSA Vice President and President. Photo courtesy of Emma Drongowski.

New goals for familiar faces

Every new Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) administration has grand plans for their tenure, and this administration is no exception. President Jerry Lherrison and Vice President Emma Drongowski, both juniors, have ambitious plans and are willing to tackle them [...]

January 23, 2015 News
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The Importance of Grit

  By: Dr. Thomas Wolber  As a teacher, I have long felt that intelligence is overrated. It alone does not lead to successful outcomes. Over the years I have seen many smart students fail, and I have seen students with [...]

January 22, 2015 Opinion, Soapbox
Four Ohio Wesleyan swimmers show off their medals earned at the Bob Mowerson Sprint Meet on Saturday.

Men’s swim team brings home more than just tans

The Ohio Wesleyan University men’s swim team made its way down to Florida where they trained hard, enjoyed the weather and won a few medals along the way. “It’s my favorite part of the season. It was great heading down [...]

January 21, 2015 Sports
Junior Nicole Nitti in front of Independence Hall in the Old City neighborhood in Philadelphia while taking part in The Philadelphia Center internship program.

Returning to campus after a life away

After a semester off campus, some of our fellow Bishops are back at Ohio Wesleyan University with a taste of what is soon to come: adult life. Students from OWU traveled domestically and internationally last semester and agreed that it [...]

January 20, 2015 News
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New exhibit is uncovered at OWU

Larry Cressman talks about his art. Photo courtesy of Cole Hatcher.   Larry Cressman’s “Covering Ground” exhibit will be lining the walls of the Ross Art Museum on Ohio Wesleyan’s campus from Jan. 13 to Feb. 15. The 3-D artwork [...]

January 20, 2015 Entertainment
Nicholas Eber in court on Tuesday. Photo: Glenn Battishill for the Delaware Gazette

Eber convicted of three felonies

By Noah Manskar and Olivia Lease Online Editor and Copy Editor A jury of eight women and four men has found Nicholas Eber, 24, guilty on three felony charges in the stabbing of Anthony Peddle ’14. Eber was convicted of attempted [...]

December 12, 2014 News

Defense raises further doubts in Eber trial

By Noah Manskar and Hannah Urano Online Editor and News Editor Defense attorney Joel Spitzer continued to raise doubts Wednesday about the state’s case against Nicholas Eber, the Delaware man accused of stabbing Anthony Peddle ’14. Spitzer showed the jury [...]

December 11, 2014 News