Building Extraordinary Lives
Ohio Wesleyan’s many historical buildings are life-shaping and forever etched in the hearts and minds of OWU alumni. Read alumni and faculty memories of OWU’s extraordinary buildings.
Debates and Drills
A glimpse of what OWU was like during the Civil War.
The Price of Economic Strife
Struggle and survival during tough times.
Lessons of War
OWU experts Harry Bahrick and Michael Flamm tell us about the lasting campus impact of the Vietnam era.
Technology and the Teacher
Face-to-face or online learning? The form and function of technology on a liberal arts campus.
Plus, Our Regular Departments:
From the JAYwalk
- Restoring Merrick Hall
- Global Impact of Climate Change
- Celebrating the New and Improved Klais Organ
- Scenes from Convocation
- The Marriage and the Family Experience
- Book Nook
Gifts and Gratitude
- Endowed Gift for Student Travel and Research
- Restore a Building, Heal a Heart
- The Good Virus
- Connections That Matter: Letter from the Vice President
- The Story Behind the Book
- Summer Events Around the Country
- Calendar of Events
- Class Notes
The Final Word
- Memories of Merrick – Kathy Geer Root ’75 is a sports photographer and swimming and diving official in northern Ohio. She completed her 20th triathlon in August.