Monthly Archives: April 2012

A History of Success

Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society

Three OWU students have just returned from the Ohio Regional Conference of Phi Alpha Theta, a national honorary society for history students, where each took home “Best Paper” honors in a competition that included both undergraduate and graduate students from Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

Skyping from Ireland

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When OWU senior Kate Raulin traveled to Ireland during spring break to study the country’s current economy and political situation, she never dreamed that she would be skyping with a group of first graders at a school in Hilliard, Ohio.

Biking for Bucks

Image courtesy of Abbie Basile

Family farms, friendly towns, rolling hills and wide open spaces. Ohio’s character and natural beauty is on full display as you head north and east out of Cincinnati toward Delaware.

A Knockout

Robert Flanagan

Fight Night is Emeritus Professor of English Robert Flanagan’s newest collection of short stories, released recently by XOXOX Press. A prolific writer, Flanagan usually is working on three or four projects at a time.