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Senior project will redefine boundaries

Olivia Lease, Online Editor Senior Yasmin Radzi didn’t always like dancing. Her mother, Fauziah Embi, was open about this. “The funny story is, I tried to start her earlier [in dancing] when she was five, but she hated her teachers.” A [...]

February 9, 2016 Entertainment

Vigils held in remembrance of Luke Gabbert

Transcript Staff Luke will never be forgotten. This was said by Carson Miller, an old friend of Luke Gabbert’s, as well as several others in the wake of his body being found just off of Ohio Wesleyan University’s campus late [...]

February 7, 2016 News

Olmstead goes from print to screen

Ross Hickenbottom, Sports Editor Ohio Wesleyan’s Robert Olmstead has teamed up with two Hollywood in-laws, Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck to create a film based on his novel “Far Bright Star.” Olmstead is an “established writer of fiction,” with four novels [...]

February 2, 2016 News

Ideas, insight and imagination in three minutes

Sara Hollabaugh, Arts &Entertainment Editor If lectures were only three minutes, would phones be checked or the internet surfed? Ohio Wesleyan will hold a three-minute lecture series event on Feb. 3 called I³ (I-cubed), which stands for ideas, insight and [...]

January 27, 2016 News

Orange is the New Black author visits OWU

  Ela Mazumdar, Transcript Reporter Piper Kerman, author of Orange is The New Black, visited Ohio Wesleyan University on Jan. 20 to talk about the issue of mass incarceration. Kerman came to speak at OWU’s Gray Chapel, sponsored by the Delaware [...]

January 26, 2016 Entertainment

Extreme home makeover: SLU edition

Liz Hardaway, Transcript Reporter More than a hundred years later, Ohio Wesleyan’s Small Living Units (SLUs) are finally getting a makeover. While construction of the first SLUplex continues on 118 Rowland Ave. where House of Thought (HoT) previously stood, the [...]

January 25, 2016 News

Remembering Brandon Sega

By Sara Hollabaugh, Arts & Entertainment Editor The tragic death of a beloved friend invites shared memories and a petition to keep drunk drivers off the road. Brandon Sega ’13 was killed Dec. 31, 2015 in a two-car accident. Jason Lonneman [...]

January 20, 2016 News

Students allowed into December faculty meeting

After much deliberation, faculty voted to allow student representatives from the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) and The Transcript into their December meeting. When the student guests arrived in Merrick Hall this Dec. 7, they were greeted by signs [...]

December 7, 2015 News

Backpacking, self-discovery in Wyoming

By: Nik Schiff, Transcript Correspondent This summer, a group of Ohio Wesleyan students will find their spiritual testing ground in the Wyoming wilderness. Members of the Leadership and Discipleship in the Wilderness (LDW) trip will spend six weeks in the Wind River [...]

December 4, 2015 News

Bye bye stereotypes

By: Gopika Nair, Copy Editor I love movies, I love television shows and I love the world of make­-believe so much that I grew up wanting to be a part of it. But as a kid, I had the disappointing realization that [...]

December 4, 2015 Opinion