The Excitement BuildsOhio Wesleyan breaks ground for its first on-campus apartments. The 126-bed structure, part of the Residential Renewal project, will open for senior students during the 2020-2021 school year.
Grade A+ Greeks
OWU’s Theta Deuteron Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta earns the 2018 Jordan Bowl for having the highest comparative scholarship among the nation’s 147 FIJI chapters.
Studying in St. Petersburg
Amanda Hays ’20 spends a month working in St. Petersburg, Russia, at the Hermitage State Museum – the world’s second-largest art museum.
‘Grit and Passion’
Student-entrepreneurs Connor King ’20 (left) and Jackson Markley ’20 are the co-founders of Yorkshyre Capital Management, a crypto-asset investing and trading business.
Emily Cammeyer ’21 is selected by the Columbus Jewish News as one of the region’s “18 Difference Makers” in recognition of her work to support hospice patients with Love & Hugs.
Professor Amy Butcher’s forthcoming book is set to be made into a film directed by Primetime Emmy winner Jill Soloway and starring Academy and Golden Globe winner Julianne Moore.
Delaware Mural Project
Spearheaded by the Ross Art Museum’s Erin Fletcher, the Delaware Mural Project uses community collaboration and the talent of artist/educator Brett Cook to create public art with a purpose.
Mock Convention, Real Issues
Ohio Wesleyan students begin platform hearings and preparations for their February 2020 Mock Presidential Nominating Convention – an OWU tradition for 136 years.
Bishops of Distinction
OWU will recognize its 1992-93 men’s golf, 1998 men’s soccer, and 2001 women's soccer teams during Homecoming & Family Weekend at the third annual Team of Distinction ceremony.
Ideas, Insight, Imagination – and Music
For his three-minute i³ lecture, music professor Tim Roden discusses “Face to Face with Mozart” and answers the question, “Why should anyone listen to classical music?” (Photo by Paul Vernon)
Starring Wendie Malick ’72 & Dan Lauria
8 p.m. October 19, 2019
Smith Lecture in Civil War History
Joseph T. Glatthaar ’78, Ph.D.
7:30 p.m. October 24, 2019
Celebrating Chaplain Jon Powers
3 p.m. November 1, 2019
Good Vibes, Great Voices!
7 p.m. November 2, 2019