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Trustees set fundraising goal, defer to administrators for project plans

As Ohio Wesleyan administrators discuss several large projects to rebound from this year’s enrollment decline, the university’s Board of Trustees largely deferred to them on how to move forward at its full body meeting Friday. The trustees took one vote after two [...]

October 4, 2014 News

Online classes on OWU’s horizon

Online courses could be the future of Ohio Wesleyan’s curriculum. This month, a faculty focus group assembled to assess the idea, focusing on the fact that offering this additional course structure could provide revenue for the university. The ability to [...]

October 2, 2014 News

With large membership, PRIDE looks toward week of programs

Club often works with Spectrum Resource Center By Spenser Hickey and Jamell Brown-Smith Managing Editor and Transcript Reporter With more than thirty consistent members at each meeting, PRIDE has become one of the largest non-Greek organizations on campus this year. [...]

October 1, 2014 News

Global Grab: Activists occupy Hong Kong, U.S. leads attacks on ISIL

The Issue: Hong Kong What started off as peaceful protests in Hong Kong escalated to involve tear gas and riot police on Sunday. Occupy Central with Love and Peace (Occupy Central, for short), a civil disobedience movement proposed by democracy [...]

September 30, 2014 News

Trustee transparency is essential for OWU

Editor’s Note: The full editorial staff for The Transcript endorses Manskar’s stance on a need for transparency from the Board of Trustees and Administration. Going to college is fraught with questions. One sends many of us here—what do we want to [...]

September 25, 2014 Opinion
Local theater hosts new events

Local theater hosts new events

Photos taken from The Strand’s Facebook page A magic show and a free screening of the season premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show are just some of the upcoming events at Delaware’s historic theatre, The Strand. The Strand Theatre, [...]

September 25, 2014 Entertainment

Groundskeepers to replant trees over three year span

As construction went underway for Merrick Hall and the Simpson-Querrey Fitness Center, Buildings and Grounds removed several trees and shrubs from the surrounding areas to create more space for expansion and work. Delaware city ordinance requires that trees with a [...]

September 24, 2014 News

Downtown record store set to move

The Endangered Species Record Store, the self-proclaimed last record store on Earth, is moving to a new location starting Sept. 28 to 11 W. Winter St. Endangered Species first opened its doors at the current location on 12 N. Sandusky St. [...]

September 24, 2014 News

Peru trips continue for a decade outside of spring break program

This story was updated on Sept. 26, 2014. Patricio Plazolles is the Program Officer for the Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship and spends his summers building businesses and other opportunities for disadvantaged communities in Peru. The effort began in [...]

September 24, 2014 News

Affirmative consent is an important step in anti-rape policy

By Spenser Hickey and Noah Manskar Managing Editor and Online Editor As colleges around the nation and the federal government work to address the epidemic of sexual violence on campuses, the California state legislature recently took a revolutionary step with [...]

September 18, 2014 Opinion