Monthly Archives: August 2010

David Walker

OWU geography professor David Walker theory to practice project in Columbus’s Northland area featured in ‘Business First.’ Click here for more information. Click here to see more OWU in the News coverage.

Convocation 2010 – Featured Photo

Kyle Herman ’11, President of OWU’s Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs, welcomed new students and their families to Ohio Wesleyan during the Opening Convocation ceremony on August 19 in Gray Chapel. Visit the Welcome, Class of 2014 page for more information about this and other Orientation events.

Join the Bishop Network

The OWU Office of Career Services encourages members of the Ohio Wesleyan Community to join The Bishop Network by signing up online to become network “guides” who are contacted by students seeking internship and career mentoring. The Bishop Network is operated by Career Services in coordination with the Alumni Relations Office.

Summers Not Lazy for OWU Professors

Best-selling author James Patterson has published three new thrillers this year, with a fourth set to come out next month.

But the prolific writer has nothing on Ohio Wesleyan University’s Lee Fratantuono, Ph.D. Fratantuono, Associate Professor of Humanities-Classics and the William Francis Whitlock Professor of Latin, has many recent and forthcoming works in the publication pipeline, including “Seraque terrifici: Archery, Fire, and the Enigmatic Portent of Aeneid V.”

Take a Drive with the Bishop

You now can show that spirit and pride in being Ohio Wesleyan alumni, students, faculty members, and friends by displaying OWU’s new specialty license plate on your vehicle. On sale at the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (OBMV) since April, the plates are beginning to surface on highways and byways in numerous Ohio counties.

Battling Bishop Mascot Costume Receives a Much-Needed Makeover

When the Battling Bishop mascot makes his appearance at the first-ever night game in Selby Field history on September 25, he will be revealing a fresh, new look. After years of use, the current costume is in a severe state of disrepair and will be retired. The costume, marked by a jovial grin, will be replaced by a more dapper Bishop wearing what’s being called a “more determined expression.”