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February 13, 2008


Former “first daughter” Chelsea Clinton visited the Ohio Wesleyan campus today to share her mother, Hillary Clinton’s, views on current issues. (Photo by Amy Allan.)

Click here to read more about the visit.


News & Views

Chelsea Clinton Visits OWUChelsea Clinton Visits OWU
Students gathered in the Bishop Café to hear Chelsea Clinton discuss her mom’s position on key issues…

A Four-Star EventA Four-Star Event
Retired U.S. Army Gen. John Abizaid to discuss challenges in the Middle East…

OWU’s Ben Owen ’08 Accepted in Teach for America ProgramOWU’s Ben Owen ’08 Accepted in Teach for America Program
Making a difference at OWU and the world is what one Ohio Wesleyan senior is all about…

 

Someone You Should Know

Valentine’s Day WishesValentine’s Day Wishes
More than 2,000 OWU married couples received special greetings from their alma mater…

 

Our Town – OWU

Real-Life ‘Hitch’ to Visit CampusReal-Life ‘Hitch’ to Visit Campus
Dating Doctor David Coleman to offer relationship advice to Ohio Wesleyan students…

Mind Your MannersMind Your Manners
Ohio Wesleyan’s annual etiquette dinner to educate students on dining and fashion protocol…

Students Can Get a Fresh Start at OWUStudents Can Get a Fresh Start at OWU
“The Fresh Start Workshops are open to all students, but they are especially aimed at those struggling to reach or continue in academic good standing,” says Joan McLean…

 

Our Town – Delaware

Beard-Growing Contest Among Featured Bicentennial EventsBeard-Growing Contest Among Featured Bicentennial Events
A beard-growing contest was prominently featured at the Founder’s Day celebration which launched Delaware’s city and county bicentennial…

 

Athletics

OWU’s Ultimate Frisbee Team Hosts Multi-State TournamentOWU’s Ultimate Frisbee Team Hosts Multi-State Tournament
Event named for recent alumnus…

Bishop Women’s Basketball to “Think Pink”Bishop Women’s Basketball to “Think Pink”
The Ohio Wesleyan women’s basketball team will host “Think Pink/Hoops for Hope” festivities at Branch Rickey Arena on Saturday, Feb. 16…

 

Web Feature of the Week

The evolving OWU Web site takes a big step forward with a new translation capability. The series of flags at the bottom of each page of the site indicates that content can be translated into French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Arabic.

Translation offers another way for Ohio Wesleyan to showcase itself as one of the nation’s premier residential liberal arts institutions.

Simply mouse over the flags to find the various languages and check out your own translation expertise.

 

OWU Newsmakers
The accomplishments and opinions of Ohio Wesleyan students, faculty, alumni, and staff are regularly featured in the media. Here are some recent examples:
January 21 Cancer researcher and OWU alumnus Paul Schimmel, Ph.D., ’62, is featured in a news article about a new research field seeking to discover the causes of cancer, on MedicalNewsToday.com. Link
February 6 Professor Sean Kay talks about NATO troops in Afghanistan, with Reuters. Link
February 10 Student Natalie Mogerman ’11 talks about being in the sci-fi movie “Jumper,” which opens Thursday, in The Ann Arbor News. Link