Six documentary films created by Ohio Wesleyan University students studying economic geography will be screened and discussed at 7 p.m. May 7 in Ohio Wesleyan’s Phillips Hall Auditorium, 50 S. Henry St., Delaware. The event is free and open to the public.
In what is one of the busiest months of a college year, Ohio Wesleyan Libraries hosted the Celebration of Scholarship on April 13.Students, professors, and staff members gathered in the Bayley Room of Beeghly Library to honor the intellectual scholarship of graduating seniors, academic publications of the faculty, and general work of the library staff.
Tuesday evening, April 3, Professor of English and Director of OWU’s Creative Writing Program Robert Olmstead unveiled his latest book, The Coldest Night, which was released that day by Algonquin Books and already is garnering critical acclaim. A packed, friendly house at Beehive Books in downtown Delaware listened as Olmstead read a few opening pages and then took questions.
Ohio Wesleyan students got a tasty lesson in healthy eating during an April 6 hands-on cooking workshop. The lesson was led by chef Del Sroufe and included OWU faculty members sharing their culinary skills. Afterward, participants and observers savored the results of their hard work. Videography by Mark Schmitter ’12.