‘Journeys of Love’
OWU’s spring musical theatre revue features “A Festival of New Musical Theatre, Written by Professional Composers, Lyricists, and Book Writers” in five performances April 1-10. Performers include (from left) Daniel Smith ’24, Hunter Coon ’22, Andrew Staley ’25, Noelle Weaver ’24, Baylin Bell ’25, and Emily Clausing ’25.
Professor Amy Downing and students contribute to international research showing that government guidelines in North America and Europe are failing to protect lakes from road salt pollution.
A group of OWU business students led by Kenny Streb ’22 are invited to pitch their solar energy concept as part of the first-ever national EnergyTech University Prize competition.
Karrington Ewell ’22 jumps for joy in a recent OWU Magazine photo. A future lawyer, she completes internships with a regional government relations firm and the Ohio House Democratic Caucus.
Ready to Argue
Three teams of OWU students compete in the 2021-2022 Moot Court, with Anna Nacci ’24 (second from left) ranking among the best individual orators in regional competition.
Assistant professor Sarah Kaka edits a new book that helps middle and high school teachers use Hollywood films to build inclusive, standards-based lessons.
OWU faculty and staff Brian Granger (left), Sean Bolender, and Angel Tyler earn Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Grants.
‘Bishops at the Movies’
OWU’s Department of World Languages and Cultures launches a new film series to help students explore ideas and issues regarding families in different countries and cultures.
Groundbreaking poet, editor, critic, and activist Charles Bernstein will receive OWU’s highest honor – an honorary degree – at a March 29 reading and book signing.
Guardian of the Game
The National Association of Basketball Coaches taps head men’s basketball coach Mike DeWitt for its Guardians of the Game Award for Advocacy. He has led the Bishops since 1999.
Peyton Howell ’23 earns All-America honors in the high jump at the NCAA Division III indoor track & field championship meet. She’s the sixth Bishop to earn the honor in that event.
Battling Bishop track & field athlete Levi Kilian ’23 wins the 800-meter run during the North Coast Athletic Conference championship meet. Kilian’s 1:53.15 time breaks an Ohio Wesleyan school record set in 2011 by Sharif Kronemer ’12.
Women’s track & field athlete Ari McPheters ’22 (shown) wins the shot put, and the 800-meter relay team of Julia Dickman ’22, Zoe Price ’22, Sarah Mazzei ’25, and Addystin Lykins ’24 wins its race at the NCAC championships.
All-NCAC Women’s Basketball
Bishops Cierra Joiner ’22 (center), Lauren Denison ’24, and Kasey Schipfer ’24 (right) are named to the All-NCAC women’s basketball teams. They are named first-team, second-team, and honorable mention, respectively.
All-NCAC Men’s Basketball
Ohio Wesleyan players Jack Clement ’23 (shown) and Henry Hinkle ’25 are named to the All-North Coast Athletic Conference men’s basketball teams. Clement is named to the All-NCAC first-team, and Hinkle is named honorable mention.
Professors Stephanie Merkel (shown), Jim Franklin, and Goran Skosples hold a “Discussion of the Russian Invasion and Current Crisis in Ukraine” on March 3.
Pete Watson Presents Milligan Lecture
March 24, 2022
A Trip Through Time
Ellen Arnold Presents Vogel Lecture
March 28, 2022