On the Right Track (& Field)

Ohio Wesleyan is poised to be well-represented at the NCAA Division III men’s and women’s outdoor track & field championship meet, which the Battling Bishops will host at Selby Stadium…

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‘Our Leaders Work Magic’

No sleight of hand, smoke, or mirrors needed. Ohio Wesleyan University’s student and campus leaders work magic every day, making a difference on campus, in the community, and around the…

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Features

A Look Back

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This spring marks the 10-year anniversary of one of the most impressive seasons in Ohio Wesleyan men’s golf history. Chad Poling ’04 owned the spring 2004 men’s golf season, winning medalist honors in the final six tournaments of the season, including the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament and the NCAA Division III championship. After a…

Flocking Together

OWU professor Jed Burtt (left) congratulates Frank B. Gill after he is awarded an honorary degree, the University's highest honor. OWU Provost Chuck Stinemetz (right) conferred the degree. (Photo by Matt Wasserman '14)

Ohio Wesleyan University was the site of a one-day symposium April 23 that drew bird enthusiasts and experts to campus to celebrate “Alexander Wilson and the Making of American Ornithology.”

Make the Connection

Theory-to-Practice Grant, ‘The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Across the Academic Spectrum’

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“After graduation, I am hoping to continue my education with an advanced degree in physiology. Visiting the AIS has definitely solidified my desire to do this. At the Institute, I was able to see all the ways that physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, psychology, and recovery fit together and how each is an integral part in helping an athlete to achieve success.” – Jennifer Erichsen ’14