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From OWU to Boston University…

Reverend Robert Hill, dean of Marsh Chapel, greets a crowd of hundreds gathered for Tuesday night's candlelight vigil honoring the dead and wounded in the bomb attacks near the Boston Marathon finish line. (Photo by Cydney Scott)

Numerous OWU alumni living in the Boston area as well as the community of Boston University, led by Reverend Robert Allan Hill ’76, Chaplain and Dean of Boston University’s Marsh Chapel, came together to open their hearts and homes to the families and victims of Monday’s horrific explosions that occurred toward the end of the Boston Marathon.

Another Successful OWU Graduate…

Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela ’92. (Photo courtesy of Michigan State University)

Funding from USAID in the shape of a $25 million grant, is enabling Professor Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela ’92, “Reitu,” and her colleagues at Michigan State University to establish the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation (GCFSI).

Museums as Storytellers

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What started for Matt Hill ’13 as a 2012 OWU Travel-Learning course on “British Images,” grew into his Theory-to-Practice grant called “Reading the Museum: Institutional Determinants of Cultural Identity in Liverpool,” and research at the Museum of Liverpool over spring break.

Environmental Awareness

Caption goes here. (Photo by Taylor Rivkin ’14, photo illustration by Doug Thompson)

Pedal-powered smoothies. A giant recycled-waste sculpture. A unique chance to become more environmentally aware. Ohio Wesleyan University’s first Green Week will offer all of this and more – even the chance to snag a free spork.