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Global Grab: Abbas Un-Denies Holocaust, Progress in Syria and Two New Saints

The Issue: Mahmoud Abbas The Palestinian president has changed his tune on the Holocaust. Abbas called the Holocaust “the most heinous crime to have occurred against humanity in the modern era,” according to the New York Times. The timing of [...]

April 28, 2014 News

Google Glass comes to campus

By Brian Williams and Brianna Velliquette Transcript Reporter and Transcript Correspondent Project Glass, Google’s newest venture in wearable technology, has come to Ohio Wesleyan. Information Services has purchased a pair of Google Glass, and is looking forward to discovering how [...]

April 24, 2014 News

Department of Humanities-Classics to split

The divorce is finalized: the Department of Humanities-Classics has split into two separate disciplines, after a faculty vote during the faculty meeting on April 21. The reason for the split was that “there was little intellectual content holding Humanities and [...]

April 24, 2014 News

Professor honored for work about health law

Randolph Quaye, the director of Black World Studies department at Ohio Wesleyan, was recently recognized for his research with the Affordable Care Act and his work as a reviewer for academic journals. “We see a gap when we look at [...]

April 24, 2014 News

Park Avenue Jazz Ensemble displays range of talents

Hal Melia, an assistant performing arts professor at Central State University, knows a thing or two about jazz music. He plays eleven different instruments, including four distinct varieties of saxophone and four different kinds of clarinets, as well the flute, [...]

April 24, 2014 Entertainment

Yetis look back at successful season

The women’s Ultimate Frisbee team, the Yetis, reflect back on their first tournament win of the season on April 5 in Miami. Senior team member Melissa Guziak said the team’s knowledge of the sport and strategies has improved this year, [...]

April 24, 2014 Sports

Street artist leaves more than marks

By Catie Beach Transcript Correspondent Graffiti artist and indigenous rights activist Jaque Fragua came to Ohio Wesleyan last Tuesday evening to share how he paints the streets in an attempt to spark political change. “Jaque Fragua: Public Art and the [...]

April 18, 2014 News

Mobile Food Market provides fresh produce to Delaware disadvantaged

“Numbers 93 to 100,” called Sister Sandy, over a din of muffled voices. “Numbers 93 to 100, you are up.” The numbers refer to the order of individuals waiting to collect food during Mobile Food Market, held at Highpoint Church [...]

April 18, 2014 News

Truth of Israeli conflict not black and white

By Ariel Koiman Letter to the Editor I want to start by noting that, until recently, I hadn’t realized how many other Jewish day-school alums go here. Who knew? Regrettably, I haven’t spent enough time with the tribe lately; these [...]

April 18, 2014 Opinion

‘People of Delaware’ comes to page seven

Ohio Wesleyan University junior and Transcript Reporter, Caleb Dorfman, created a Facebook page dedicated to the lives and stories of the people who reside in Delaware, Ohio. He says he decided to document local people as a way to hopefully [...]

April 18, 2014 Entertainment