TranscripT a true college THE newspaper since 1867 Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009 Volume 148, No. 8 Sustainability 60 Minutes’ Byron Pitts welcomed home movement ‘82 alum, promoting his book ‘Step Out on Nothing,’ overcame a debilitating stutter to go on to win six regional Emmys pedals forward By Katie Tuttle are proud to send their children and Transcript Reporter grandchildren.” By Thomas Lawrence Growing up, Pitts said he did not know Transcript On Thursday, Oct. 29, 60 Minutes how to read until age 12. When he arrived Correspondent correspondent and OWU Alumnus at OWU, he had a stutter, which stayed Byron Pitts, ’82, visited campus to talk to with him until junior year. Pitts still Senior Lara Kobelt, chair students. recalls one day during his freshman year of WCSA’s environmental Pitts graduated with a bachelor of that had a great effect on his life. During a committee, sat down on arts degree in journalism and speech class, the professor ridiculed him in front the couch in the atrium of communication, and his career has of his fellow students before asking him Hamilton-Williams Campus included working for WNCT-TV to stop by his office later. center Friday. A look of Greenville, N.C.; WAVY-TV Virginia, “He said, ‘Son, you are not Ohio relief flooded her face. WESH-TV Orlando; WFLA-TV Wesleyan material. You’re wasting my “It’s been a long week,” Tampa; WCBV-TV Boston; and WSB- time and the government’s money. I think Kobelt said. TV Atlanta. He became a network you should leave this school,’” Pitts said. Kobelt had been correspondent for CBS in 1998, and in As he was filling out the withdrawal involved with three different 2006, he began reporting occasionally papers the same day, a professor he didn’t environmental programs the for “60 Minutes “before being named know walked over to him and asked him week of Oct. 26: The Bike a contributor in 2008. He is also chief what was wrong. Movement officially began, national correspondent for “The CBS “Those three words changed my life,” the Sustainability Taskforce Evening News with Katie Couric.” Pitts said. The professor turned out to be held a town hall meeting and Pitts received two national Emmy Ülla Lewes, whom he has admired since Kobelt ran the educational Awards for his work on Sept. 11 and for and who was in attendance. program Trash on the Jay. his coverage of the Chicago train wreck “She is one of the main reasons why “It wasn’t supposed in 1999. He’s also earned six regional when you turn on ‘60 Minutes,’ you hear, to happen all at the same Emmy Awards, four Associated Press ‘I’m Byron Pitts,’” he said. time,” Kobelt said. “Delays awards and a National Association of Pitts was also at OWU to promote his just popped up.” Black Journalists Award. new book Step Out On Nothing, which Delays to the Bike Although he has been to 37 countries was published in September. He described Movement caused it and is almost constantly travelling, Pitts the book as a journey story, a story from to coincide with the said OWU is his favorite place. here to there. He also said the story is not Sustainability Taskforce “No matter where I go, a part of Ohio just about him but about the people in his meeting. Wesleyan and Delaware go with me,” life. At the Bike Movement he said. “Few places bring more joy, “The book is meant to honor those kick-off, people could mean more to me than the metropolis of people,” he said. “The book is also meant to sign up to use designated Delaware. This is a wonderful institution, bicycles around campus. [and] I’ve not been to any places that Photo Mark Cooper During the lunch hour kick- are prettier. This is a place where people See PITTS, page 4 Byron Pitts ‘82 said his life was transformed by his experienced at OWU. off session around 12 people paid the five dollar entrance fee. Kobelt said the Bike SLUs angered by WCSA funding by-law, task force Movement was designed to Newly enforced $5,000 cap on SLU funding causes residents to question student government bylaws, transparency decrease the use of cars for By Mark Dubovec senior and Moderator of Tree task force issued a statement “The findings of the task arguments from both sides. transport around campus, News Editor House. to the full-body on Oct. 26, force carry weight,” Hamilton “There are people who feel which would in turn lower Junior Megan Evans, suggesting that the budget said. “Most WCSA members they need to work within the the carbon emissions given A WCSA by-law regulating Treasurer of WCSA, said she cap remain in place and be aren’t aware of or don’t care rules as written,” Farrell said. off by the university. She funding for Small Living Units became of aware of the by-law enforced. However, WCSA about SLU life.” “There are those who feel the also said she realized (SLUs) is being enforced by when she assumed her position executives and representatives Stenger said the task rules need to be changed, and the obstacles facing the WCSA for the first time since and informed SLU moderators also said the task force force didn’t talk to any there are those who feel the program. its enactment over two years she would be enforcing it in statement does not close SLU members, conduct any rules should be enforced but “Even though people ago, causing several SLU the coming year. discussion on the issue. research or attend any SLUPB open to change.” may still drive to class, it’s residents to question the by- At the Oct. 21 WCSA Evans said the statement meetings. Hamilton said he doesn’t good to have that option for law’s purpose, limitations and full-body meeting, members indicates the task force’s Farrell, chair of the think the task force meant ill them,” Kobelt said. “At the manner of re-enforcement formed a task force to weigh position, not the consensus of Residential Life Committee will, but he is concerned. very least, it will make it A clause in WCSA the benefits of the SLUPB WCSA. on WCSA, said it was an open “I’m disappointed quicker to get to class. It’s a budgetary guidelines states funding cap and the benefits Junior Jamie Hamilton, meeting but not very well in WCSA’s inability or great service.” that the SLU Programming of dissolving it. The task force SLU representative to WCSA, advertised. unwillingness to get rid of The taskforce town Board (SLUPB) cannot of WCSA Budget Committee said he could not attend the “SLUs were invited, but the cap or compromise a little hall meeting was designed receive more than $5,000 from members and Residential task force meeting because of I’m not sure if that was clear,” with the SLUs’ point of view,” to open discussion of the WCSA for special funding for Life Committee members was class, but was upset to hear of Farrell said. Hamilton said. “The worst issues the taskforce is house projects. This by-law charged with reporting their the lack of diversity in the task Farrell, who said he part of this entire encounter is dealing with. The meeting was passed in April 2007 and findings to WCSA. force generally supported the that WCSA has proven to be was poorly attended; only refers to the money SLUPB The task force held an open “It wasn’t a bipartisan SLUs’ position to dissolve the unresponsive to a heartfelt and two students not part of receives during the year meeting Oct. 23 for “anyone task force or a representative cap, said he signed the letter legitimate concern.” the taskforce showed up. outside of spring funding, interested” in the issue, task force of the different because it would be presented Evans said many SLU Kobelt attended the meeting in which SLUs don’t have a according to minutes from opinions,” Hamilton said. at the full-body meeting and members feel they’ve been as a taskforce member. budget cap. the Oct. 21 full-body meeting. Hamilton also said SLU give SLUs another opportunity discriminated against but Moderated by the In the years since its An email advertising the task members were confused to voice their concerns to added that the debate has not taskforce chair Laurel enactment, however, the force meeting was sent to whether the meeting was a WCSA and open up more been unfair to the SLUs. Anderson, associate by-law was not well known WCSA members on Oct 22, discussion of the issue or a discussion. He also said the professor of Botany- and never really enforced by but not to the entire university. final decision on the part of the task force discussed the issue Microbiology, the town hall WCSA said Jack Stenger, After their meeting, the task force. for about an hour and included See SLUPB, page 4 See BIKES, page 4 Woho Sex toy party celebrates sexuality By Kate Miller The sex toy party was tied to Love In this issue Transcript Reporter Your Body Day, a national celebration Page 2: that encourages healthy body images, but Dildos, vibrators and penis-shaped the party was not a WoHo house project. Sound Off OWU candies helped to promote healthy sexu- The Women’s House kicked off the ality on Tuesday, as the Women’s House Love Your Body festivities last Wednes- Page 3: hosted a sex toy party. day by handing out cupcakes that The event, which featured products resembled vaginas and by selling reus- For The Bible Tells from Columbus-based adult store The able menstrual cups called Diva Cups. Me So Garden, gave students – both women They also encouraged OWU women and men – easier access to sex toys. to sign a banner to declare their favorite Page 4: “Adult stores aren’t really available body part. to people without cars on campus,” said “Love Your Body Day is about cel- Labyrinths Women’s House resident Meade Con- ebrating the positive things about our well, a junior politics & government bodies, and it’s for women, men, and Page 5: major. those in between,” said senior Amber Halloween “Sometimes sex shops are in shady Cole, a women and gender studies, Eng- lish and humanities triple major and Page 6: parts of town, so it was nice because it was easily accessible.” moderator of the Women’s House. Word Vomit Sophomore sociology major Irena “It’s amazing how many people each Pandzic stopped at the Women’s House year can’t think of a single part of their Page 7: to check out the party. bodies that they love.” “I had never been to anything like it The intention of the celebration is Game Night before, so I wanted to see what it was to combat the constant media pressure, like. The atmosphere wasn’t intimidat- specifically on women, to meet impos- Page 8: Photo by Sara Mays ing, and I felt comfortable, but the sales sible standards of beauty. Love Your Badminton Sophomore Gretchen Curry (left) and juniors Sylvie Hundley (center) and rep turned me off from some products,” Body Day is sponsored nationally by Amy Williamson (right) check out some merchandise. she said. the National Organization for Women. Page 2 The Transcript Nov. 5, 2009 Gale McNeeley’s one-man show a hit Sound-off OWU: By Elizabeth Bartz Dave Winnyk, a freshman theatre craft and really enjoyed the characters he Transcript Correspondent major, said, “When I had ﬁrst heard of was playing with.” the Performing Arts Series bringing in Aument also said that she felt The theatre darkened and the audience some guy named Gale McNeeley to connected to McNeeley in a highly Are you planning was asked to turn off cell phones. The thrust stage was occupied by perform a one man show about a talking cockroach named Archy and a sleazy cat personal way because he spoke of how he relishes the audience’s laughter, and, for on participating in tonight’s an array of colorful props, including a typewriter, a coat rack and a large trunk named Mehitabel, I was skeptical to say the least. I was expecting some hokey her, the feeling of being onstage is similar. Sunday evening’s 7 p.m. performance March on Delaware? open to reveal a multitude of hats and show that would be really lame, because lasted approximately two hours, with one “I would go if I didn’t costume pieces in a full spectrum of I tend to distrust things with silly names.” 15-minute break in its center. However, colors. However, Winnyk said that as soon as some students got the opportunity to have another obliga- However, as the audience began to McNeeley began all his uncertainty was work with McNeeley more closely the tion. As a population applaud in anticipation of the evening’s blown away. following Monday in a class turned on this campus, I think performance – a one-man show called At various points during the show, Commedia workshop. we may underestimate Archy & Mehitabel – the man of the hour McNeeley explained the material he used McNeeley brought a dozen authentic was nowhere to be seen. – particularly its history and the historical leather masks traditionally used for ourselves, and this Although the expected performer did events that were occurring at the time it Commedia dell’arte performances. is a good way for our not appear onstage directly, an excited was written. He worked with 15 students for an voices to be heard.” voice rang out from the back, near The original Archy and Mehitabel were hour and a half, teaching those who the right entrance to the theatre in the the main characters in a column created attended techniques for portraying the Chappelear Drama Center. It was, in fact, by Don Marquis for the Evening Sun in different stock characters, as well as mask -- Becca Kelly ‘10 Gale McNeeley, actor, singer, dancer, and New York in 1916. performance techniques. clown who was scheduled to perform last Archy is an adventurous cockroach Aument and Winnyk also both had the Sunday evening. who becomes an investigative reporter and opportunity to participate in the workshop. He had been clapping with the major storyteller of the time. Mehitabel According to Aument, “Wearing the “I have work, but I audience and was reminded by Tom, who is his foil, a promiscuous alley cat who masks at ﬁrst was a bit daunting because would go if I could. I was running lights for the show, that the likes to share with Archy the stories of you were concerned about looking silly feel it’s always neces- people were clapping for him. her life and former lives. The premise is in the mask, but eventually you got very Spoken in a smooth tone of feigned somewhat based on reincarnation but not accustomed to it.” sary to promote social confusion, McNeeley’s response was emphasized so as to prevent upsetting the When asked about the value of both justice issues.” “Why? I haven’t done anything yet.” Sun’s more religious readers. the performance and the workshop, This, of course, prompted gentle McNeeley used some of Marquis’s Winnyk said, “I was stunned by the -- Will Condit ‘11 laughter from the audience of OWU original material, as well as some pieces amount of focus that it would take to students, professors and other members from the musical “Archy & Mehitabel,” keep the physicalities and voices of so of the community who made up the small a collaboration between writer Joe Darion many different characters straight in his audience. and composer George Kleinsinger. head let alone acting them all out. … This McNeeley chuckled to himself as Inhabiting the roles of both the title reminded me of how much, as an actor, I he made his way to the stage, ready to characters throughout the performance, need to be able control my body and use it begin. He spoke directly to the audience McNeeley sang, danced and certainly in any way I may need to for a part.” throughout the performance – an element provoked a great deal of laughter from the Both Aument and Winnyk agreed that that fourth-wall theatre does not allow for, crowd. their experiences with McNeeley were “I’m busy during the but is particularly effective in Commedia Another freshman theatre major, priceless because they reinforced things time of the march, but dell’arte, a comically improvised artistic Natalie Aument, said, “It was exciting they’ve learned in the classroom in an form of theatre. to hear a man who was so devoted to his engaging and unconventional way. I feel like the school is making too big a Rockin’ the pumpkins deal about it. I feel the police were only do- ing what made sense Photos courtesy of Dan Magee if they thought there President Rock Jones dis- plays the winners of the was a burglar.” pumpkin decorating con- test sponsored by Chart- -- Zoe Fisher ‘10 wells. There were several categories including: Top left: Most school spir- “I plan on going. I think ited pumpkin, decorated it’s important to show by junior Kat Zimmerly. Top right: Scariest pump- support and help raise kin, decorated by fresh- awareness about this men Dasom Yang and incident.” JaeMin Chung. Bottom left: Best artwork pumpkin, decorated by --John Kirsop ‘10 freshman Becca Pow- ditch. Bottom right: Most origi- nal pumpkin, decorated by freshmen Kate Clem- ens and Rachel Rose. “I’ll deﬁnitely go! That’s pretty powerful stuff. It’s a good idea to raise awareness on this matter, and I’d love to be a part of it.” -- Josie Woodall ‘11 “I have rehearsal, but of course I would go if I could. I would like to support equality for all.” issued letters of “no-trespass.” -- Keith Tankersley ‘12 INCIDENT • On Oct. 30, a student living in REPORT Bashford was transported to Grady Hospital after being slightly injured Oct. 27 - Nov. 2 by broken glass. • On Oct. 31, a Smith resident • On Oct. 28, a Smith Hall resi- reported his cell phone missing and dent reported personal belongings believed stolen. The phone was last “I might go. I feel the taken from her vehicle while it was seen in the Smith Hall cafeteria. police need to be more parked in the Smith parking lot. It conscientious and not • On Oct. 27, at approximately was reported her vehicle was left • On Nov. 1, damage to two ﬁre 3:30 a.m., Public Safety and the discriminate against unlocked. alarm pull stations in Stuyvesant Delaware Fire Department were no- people. We’re all hu- Hall was reported to Public Safety. tiﬁed of a full ﬁre alarm in Stuyves- • On Oct. 29, several juveniles man beings, despite ant Hall. Upon entering the build- were observed entering Edwards • On Nov. 2, further damage different ethnicities or ing, no signs of smoke or ﬁre were Gym without authorization. They to areas in Stuyvesant Hall was re- skin colors.” apparent, and it was later deter- were confronted by members of the ported by a member of the residence mined that someone had intention- Athletic Department and asked to hall staff. An emergency exit sign - Maggie Sullivan ‘12 ally activated a manual, ﬁre-alarm leave the building. Following the on the ﬁrst ﬂoor was destroyed; the pull station on the third ﬂoor. It was discovery of grafﬁti and vandalism protective glass in a manual, ﬁre also noted that a pull station on the to areas in the building, these indi- alarm pull station was broken and a second ﬂoor had been damaged. viduals were identiﬁed and will be safety hand rail was damaged. Nov. 5, 2009 The Transcript Page 3 “For the Bible Tells Me So” prompts discussion Oct. 26 viewing of documentary helps students analyze relationship between homosexuality and Christianity By Mary Slebodnik identity while growing up Psychiatric Association and Sodomites ask Lot to let them growing up in the 1960s and “I would hope that what Transcript Correspondent because he feared rejection the American Psychological have sex with the men in his did not embrace it until three all of you take away from by his family and community. Association. house. The documentary years ago. this is that you are not an When homosexuals go to When he recognized his sexual Robinson is now an openly argues God destroys Sodom “Turn on, tune in, drop out, abomination,” he said. “I God, does he turn them away? orientation in adulthood, gay Episcopal Bishop. He and Gomorrah to condemn that’s what I did [instead],” am the beloved. I am a No, according to “For Robinson said he feared his said he and his family decided anal rape, not monogamous Andrix said. “Now I have lost wonderfully made creature of the Bible Tells Me So,” career with the Episcopal homosexuality is not a sin homosexual relationships. essentially everything and am God. Don’t let anyone try to a documentary analyzing Church was over. based on interpretations of According to the documentary, rebuilding my life. It has been turn you into what they think the relationship between Robinson said he sought scripture that are different the Bible never condemns good, but it has been rough. I God wants you to be.” homosexuality and conversion therapy because from those of fundamentalist homosexuality in committed look for chances to get out and “For the Bible Tells Me So” Christianity that students he wanted to remain a church Christians. The film challenged relationships. talk to people to start dialogue. was created by Robin Voss and watched on Oct. 26 in the leader. He said therapy literal interpretations of Gwendolyn Andrix, a Soften someone’s heart, Keith Lewis with producer Benes Room. assumes homosexuals choose several biblical passages, transgendered woman and open someone’s mind. That’s Daniel Karslake and nominated The film follows their sexual preferences and including rules God set down Delaware resident, said she important.” for the 2007 Sundance Film the experiences of five can change them at will. for the Israelites in Leviticus, was glad the film started a Scott McLaughlin was Festival Grand Jury Prize. Christian homosexuals and The film listed Paul’s letter to the Romans dialogue about Christianity on the discussion panel after The Chaplain’s Office, GLBT their families, including organizations that do not and the destruction of Sodom and homosexuality but the film. He is a Columbus Resource Center, Hillel (The Episcopal Bishop Gene consider homosexuality a and Gomorrah. was disappointed it did not resident who, like Robinson, Jewish Student Organization), Robinson. According to the choice or a disorder and view In Genesis, God destroys address transgender issues. underwent conversion therapy Methodist Student Movement, documentary, Robinson did conversion therapy as harmful. the cities of Sodom and She said she suppressed her before he embraced his and PRIDE sponsored the not acknowledge his sexual These include the American Gomorrah because male transgendered identity while identity as a gay man. screening. Sisters United to hold Date Auction Few attend dining services meeting People coming in to bid can Sadie Hawkins Dance on Friday exchange either $1 or one can Dining dialogue draws few voices, senior director of dining to donate all proceeds to People in Need. of non-perishable food for 10 highlights apathy, says WCSA services, and specific issues “SU Bucks,” which they will are discussed between use to bid on the men. The men Castelli and WCSA. By Gwen Husak men to be in the auction at a will be auctioned off while By Caitlin Goodman for WCSA, senior Adam Thomas said WCSA will Transcript Correspondent meeting. an announcer describes them Transcript Correspondent Koorn said. always attempt to answer Sisters United officers to crowd using information Koorn said past meetings student concerns but added it Getting a date for the Sadie threw out adjectives to based on questions from the On Oct. 28, the Wesleyan such as this have been is the student’s responsibility Hawkins Dance could benefit describe the kind of guy they interviews. Council on Student Affairs productive. to make a difference by people in need this year. were looking for the auction. Junior Jae Blackmon, a (WCSA) held an open “The environmentally attending these meetings. Sisters United will host a Date Sophomore Molly O’Malley public relations officer for meeting for students to friendly dishware is an “If you do nothing to Auction of Ohio Wesleyan said they were looking for guys Sisters United, said that the discuss issues and concerns example of this,” Koorn said. improve the situation you’re men to the highest bidders who were “nice, supportive auction was a “fun way to regarding Chartwells Dining “It was suggested a while in, you lose all validity who want to dance with their and funny.” raise more money.” Service, but poor attendance ago at a similar meeting, to your complaints about spoils. They held interviews for The men being auctioned resulted in little discussion and once Chartwells found a that situation.” Thomas Sadie Hawkins is being held over two hours on Monday, off are required to follow Sophomore Benjamin financially feasible method, said. “This applies to every at the Benes Rooms on Friday asking questions like “If you behavior guidelines. They Thomas, fraternity they acted on it.” single person who stands at 10 p.m. The auction begins could be any woman, who have to dance for four songs representative of WCSA, said Thomas said believes around during mealtimes one hour before the dance, at would you be?” and “What with the person who won, be the meeting was good idea having discussion is the only complaining about the food 9 p.m., with the winning dates is your greatest achievement nice and not go beyond the and does not attribute the low way to make a change and offered via Chartwells, yet kicking off the dance. so far in your life?” The men other person’s comfort zone. turnout to lack of awareness. move forward. doesn’t bother to take the Proceeds will benefit were also asked to strike a “Just be a gentleman,” “I stand by the fact that “As far as food services time to either attend a meeting People in Need, a Delaware “sexy pose” for the panel, said Sharlene Honeywood, there was more than an ample go, I think there is always or send an email with their charity that helps people with which consisted of six officers president of Sisters United. amount of advertising about a lot to be gained from a thoughts.” emergency needs by hosting and roughly 10 members When asked why he wanted the meeting made through robust dialogue between Thomas said the process a food pantry and offering sitting in a circle around them. to be auctioned off, sophomore campus emails in the weeks the student body and cannot move forward without housing, medical and services Before last year’s Sadie David Franklin said “to help leading up to the event,” Chartwells,” Thomas said. “I the student’s help. assistance. Hawkins, Sisters United held a the great cause, the shelter.” Thomas said. “I have little have gotten some input but “Some students have Sadie Hawkins is co- speed date event. Speed dating Sisters United is an understanding of why the can only compile my report emailed issues instead of sponsered by Sisters United is when several people sit in organization with the mission event wasn’t attended by released by WCSA as soon as attending the event, which and Delta Zeta. Some of the the room and spend one-on- to the encourage the bonds of more than one other person.” enough information has been is an accepted method.” auctioned men are from Alpha one time with another person sisterhood, focusing on the The event was intended to gathered and I can put it all Thomas said. “Students Phi Alpha and Black Men of and then switch around to challenges facing women and give members of the student together.” should know that their voice the Future. meet a new person every few the successes of women of body an opportunity to voice The report, in turn, is will be heard, but they must Others are campus minutes. The officers of Sisters color. The group is inclusive opinions on important issues presented to Gene Castelli, be willing to express it.” volunteers who auditioned United said the speed dating and hosts many large campus beforehand to participate and was fun, but they wanted this events. 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Burma and the Congo. Rachel Ramey endless possibilities,” the focus of the presentation from successful spring “It’s cool to be able to Proceeds from deliveries Transcript Correspondent Adamson said. “The twisting was on Christianity, which break mission trips and collaborate with Amnesty and the burrito bar will be and turning of the labyrinth disappointed me a little. I was hosting a burrito bar on International on this event split between STAND and the Inter-Faith (IF) House gets your brain switching and hoping the Inter-Faith House Nov. 18. to raise chapter because it shows that student Genocide Intervention Network. members spray-painted a turning, and there is no wrong would go more in depth on funds and donate money to activist groups can combine to Harvey said the money labyrinth onto their side way to complete a labyrinth. labyrinths in other religions.” the Genocide Intervention send out a stronger message,” given to the Genocide lawn for Labyrinths: 101, an Everything in a labyrinth O’Malley said she Network. said sophomore and co- Intervention Network will be educational program tracing leads to the center, there is no thought the presentation was Originally scheduled for President of STAND Gretchen used to purchase radios for the the roots of labyrinths way not to find your way to interesting and will probably Oct. 28, STAND’s burrito Curry. citizens of countries affected through different world the center.” look into labyrinths in the bar is in collaboration with Senior Lauren Harvey, by genocide. The radios will religions. Adamson said in the future. Chartwells, which will the other co-President of serve as warnings for attacks On Oct. 26, 12 people Middle Ages it was popular Sophomore Molly customize the burritos for STAND, said the event is and potential danger. gathered on the lawn of IF for people to complete the Anderson said she knew little students. One burrito costs important because it raises STAND was once an for the event. The labyrinth, labyrinth on their knees. She about labyrinths and attended $3 and two burritos cost $5, awareness around OWU and acronym for Students Taking a pattern of orange and white also said the exact origin the event because she’s with an additional dollar for the Delaware community Action in Darfur but has since lines, was created for this of labyrinths is unknown, planning a labyrinth for the delivery. about what is going on in the changed. Curry said STAND project. but there is archaeological upcoming 30 Hour Famine at STAND is also working world. now represents the stand Senior Kate Kriegel, evidence to support the her hometown church. with OWU’s chapter of Harvey said many people students are taking against all member of IF, said she got existence of labyrinths as “I learned a lot about Amnesty International who are aware of the genocide in genocide. the idea for her house project long as 5,000 years ago. labyrinths,” Anderson said. after hearing about labyrinths Adamson said there are “How to make them, the on a prayer pilgrimage last three basic movements different types of labyrinths BIKES, continued from Page 1 year. when travelling through the that are out there, different meeting was designed to gather opinions green or ambivalent to the idea,” said Kobelt. “Labyrinths are interesting labyrinth. approaches to a labyrinth, the and ideas from the student body about The final event Kobelt was involved with because they are very active,” “The way in is a period of origins of the labyrinth and environmental change in general and whether was Trash on the Jay, an educational event that Kriegel said. “This aspect letting go,” Adamson said. how it is related to different or not to recommend President Rock Jones strived to show the campus how much waste of labyrinths is especially “The second movement is at traditions.” sign the President’s Climate Commitment. the campus creates every day. On the day of important in today’s society the center. It is here were the Anderson said she found Anderson said the climate commitment the event, dozens of trash bags collected from where everyone needs to labyrinth lets you be one with the program informative. was comprised of four points that would have the academic side of campus lined the sides of constantly be on the go. God. The third movement She also said she learned be put in place if Jones signed: a system to the Jaywalk. Labyrinths are both active happens as you exit the everyone has their own way initiate change, an action plan to decrease “I got the idea from this poster I saw and contemplative at the labyrinth, and you let go by of approaching a labyrinth, OWU’s carbon use, sustainability in the at NC State,” said Kobelt. “It said that same time.” going out and re-entering the and everyone has a different curriculum and two of a list of seven green a college campus can create well over Kelly Adamson (’00), world.” form of prayer at the center activities. a thousand pounds a trash a day. I just associate chaplain for mission Adamson ended the event of a labyrinth. Anderson said these would have to be wanted to show the campus what that and vocation, educated those by asking attendees to extend Kriegel said the labyrinth established within two years of signing the actually looked like. in attendance about the a hand to the labyrinth and next to the house is history of labyrinths. join in prayer to officially temporary, but Adamson has commitment, or the university would be “Originally I wanted to get the trash from Adamson said labyrinths open the IF labyrinth. expressed a desire to make placed on a website of schools that failed to Smith, but since their trash gets picked up by are connected to the Mayan, “Ultimately, a labyrinth a more permanent labyrinth fulfill the commitment. the city, it was impossible,” Kobelt said. Native American, Jewish and is what you make of it,” somewhere on campus. “Now that might not seem like a lot, but the Kobelt said she had to settle with the trash Christian traditions, among Adamson said. “There is “It would have to be bad PR is something OWU does not want,” with just the academic side. others. no pace that is different or somewhere that is accessible Anderson said. “What was really sad is that if you looked “There are so many wrong. Let the walk guide to students but far enough Anderson also said the changes put forth in the bags, there was something in every religions that value labyrinths you and be its own way of away from others so that by the committee would be over a long period single one of the bags that was recyclable,” as a means for peace and letting go of worldly cares.” people can pray in peace,” of time. Kobelt said. pilgrimage,” Adamson said. Sophomore Molly Kriegel said. “A lot of changes will happen over The environmental committee is not “They are a metaphor for O’Malley said she attended Kriegel said she hopes decades,” she said. “Given whom we’ve been finished with programs this year. Kobelt said the spiritual journey and our the event to learn more about many on campus will walk as an institution, we will have to start smaller.” she was working on getting an environmentally pilgrimage in life.” labyrinths. the labyrinth before it wears Kobelt said the meeting’s purpose was to friendly printer in Beeghly Library which Adamson said labyrinths “The speaker said the away or is covered-up by get ideas from the campus and give dissident would print double-sided on recycled paper. are unlike a maze because concept of labyrinths was leaves. voices a chance to speak. Also, she said the committee is planning a there are no wrong turns or one used in different religions “Overall this was a “It seems that people are either for being recycled paper making day. dead ends in a labyrinth. all across the world,” complicated project but very “Labyrinths provide O’Malley said. “However, fun to make,” Kriegel said. PITTS, continued from Page 1 encourage people. I wrote the book for the “I didn’t get there until 48,” he said. “I’m underdogs.” still pissed about that.” Pitts also offered advice to students. Pitts told students that achieving success is “Get a job,” he said. “I always encourage all about the paths they follow and the way people to have a plan, a very detailed plan. they work up to their goals. Map out a plan and be determined enough to “The only thing worse than not getting see your plan carried out.” where you want to go is getting there too Pitts said, as a freshman, he wrote in soon,” he said. “Never let it be about the his journal that he would be a 60 Minutes money, until it’s about the money.” correspondent by age 45. SLUPB, continued from Page 1 “I’ve had meetings with members of the programming board for SLUs to coordinate SLU community in order to discuss the issue projects that involve multiple houses and not further,” Evans said. “The issue is definitely serve as place where individual houses can go a conflict, but I don’t think they’ve been for money as it has been. excluded from meetings.” “I don’t necessarily consider the cap to be According to WCSA meeting minutes from restrictive,” Evans said. “It’s so we all know Oct. 26, Herman said all SLU members were how much money is being allocated.” invited to attend the task force meeting, but The cap is not extended to SLU programs none arrived. Stenger said he received no and projects that are submitted to other invitation. clubs and organizations. The task force “The circumstances around the formation statement indicates this will strengthen SLU of the SLUPB Task Force lead me to believe programming. parts of WCSA are no more transparent than a “We feel that rather than weakening glass of milk,” Stenger said. house projects, collaborating with student Sophomore Benjamin Thomas, fraternity organizations will strengthen support and representative to WCSA, said he supports the awareness for events counting as house findings of the task force. projects for members of SLUs,” according to “I like that it maintains our reasons for the report. “We affirm that, considering the having a $5,000 cap,” Thomas said. “It says large amount of programming on campus, [to the SLUs} we’re willing to work with you collaboration is a worthy goal, especially for if you’re willing to work with us.” events requiring large amounts of money from Thomas, according to meeting minutes, WCSA.” suggested the creation of an ad-hoc The taskforce concedes WCSA won’t be committee to discuss the issue, and that lead able to keep financial records of programs this to the formation of the task force. Thomas also way, but the report indicates this is not a great compared SLU house projects to fraternity concern. projects, which he said are different from SLU Stenger said collaboration is a good idea, house projects but share the same basic idea. but this manner covers up the achievements “There’s a lot required out of us, and it’s a of SLUPB. non-issue,” he said. “We’re backed by national “It’s nice to put your name on something organizations, which is why I understand and get funding,” Stenger said. “We have to SLUs get university money.” hide the fact SLUPB is spending time and Thomas said the cap keeps SLUs from energy to bring these wonderful programs to exceeding their fair share of student funds. campus.” Stenger said the SLUs plan to propose Senior John Moriarty, WCSA representative an amendment that will strike the cap from at-large and Tree House resident, said the by- WCSA by-laws. Stenger, who attended the laws seem only to create more work for SLUs. WCSA meeting on Oct. 21 to speak on behalf “If we make groups, we can still get of the SLUs, said he considers the cap on funding,” Moriarty said. “The amount of SLUs to be unfair because SLUs are the only money and tracking it is not an issue to [cap campus organization subject to any funding supporters].” restriction with WCSA. Evans said that is a possibility. “We feel we should have the right of other “Unfortunately, that may be the case, but campus organizations of not having a budget we want to see collaboration,” Evans said. cap,” Stenger said. “We’d like to see events incorporate all the Evans said SLUPB is intended to act as a SLUs.” Nov. 5, 2009 The Transcript Page 5 Halloween hijinks at Chi Phi, SLUs By Michelle Rotuno- series. One mask had someone Johnson underneath for a shock effect Transcript Correspondent at the right moment. For the final fright, Delaware residents had a McGrann said someone waited chance to connect with the outside with a chainsaw to Ohio Wesleyan community scare visitors as they left. this Halloween weekend at “The brothers and Chi Phi’s haunted house and volunteers had a great time Residential Life’s Trick or scaring the hell out of the Treat Street. groups that came through the The haunted house, in its house,” McGrann said. 25th year, ran Oct. 29-31 at Younger children, who may the Chi Phi house on Franklin not have enjoyed the frights St. Visitors could pay cash on Franklin St., had their own or contribute food points. opportunity to visit OWU Donating a canned good earned students. On Halloween night, patrons a discount. Proceeds Small Living Units (SLUs) went to the Delaware chapters decorated their yards and of Big Brothers Big Sisters and handed out candy for Trick or People In Need. Treat Street. Junior Neill McGrann, Chi Julia Brooker, the Phi co-chair of the haunted residential life coordinator house, said he considered it a (RLC) of Hayes Hall and the success. SLUs, said trick-or-treaters “We had over 600 people are normally allowed inside go through the haunted house the SLUs but weren’t this year and raised a cash equivalent of because of the H1N1 virus. over $3000 for Big Brothers “Local schools have been Big Sisters and People in hit hard with illness this fall, Need,” McGrann said. “All and we want to protect our three nights were busy.” students by not allowing McGrann said each floor younger children to walk of the house centered on a through the living spaces of different theme. The first floor our SLU residents,” Brooker was a swamp room, complete said. with boardwalk and fog. The Junior Mike Frye, a resident second floor was “gory, bloody of the House of Thought, said grossness,” with volunteers he thinks Trick or Treat Street roaming the area dressed as is a good way to connect with killers. The third floor was the Delaware community and based on the “Saw” movies and added that kids and parents featured a torture chamber and seem to enjoy it as much as senior Nick Goulette dressed SLU residents do. as the Jigsaw killer. “There’s usually a good mix The basement featured of kid-friendly stuff and scarier a pitch black maze, which houses, assuming you don’t Photo by Lizzy Petrie McGrann said is a recurring get them mixed up,” Frye said. feature. The basement also “There was confusion one year had a dot room, a tarped room between the ‘Human Body’ Junior Frankie Weschler and sophomore Maggie Sullivan with white dots on the tarps, a house and the ‘Saw’ house.” strike a pose on Halloween last Saturday, reminiscent of the strobe light and people dressed Brooker said Welch Hall famous “Kissing the War Good-Bye” photo by Victor Jor- in black with dots attached to usually participates in Trick gensen (see right) in Time Square to commemorate V-J Day them. On a wall hung masks or Treat Street but could not on August 14, 1945. of horror icon Jason Voorhies, this year because of the risk of Photo courtesy of Life slasher of the “Friday the 13th” infection in living spaces. Circle K members trick-or-treat for UNICEF By Dianne Cathlyn Ma- dent of Circle K, said this involved with a great cause,” friend invited her. casu year’s funds will specifically Hahn said. “I was shocked by the Transcript Correspondent be directed toward Opera- She said she noticed people kindness of people of Dela- tion Uruguay: Protecting the this year were a lot more gen- ware,” Smith said. Instead of asking for candy Rights of Children. erous than last year. She said most were more this Halloween, students of “They will be used to sup- “My roommate and I went than willing to give spare Circle K roamed the streets port the Mandalavos Center, together, and we got a lot of change to help children in im- of Delaware collecting money a project that works on a lo- dollar bills and even a few $5 poverished areas. for United Nations Children’s cal level to ensure the rights bills, which is outstanding,” “So many people gave Fund (UNICEF). of youth education, health and she said. more than just pocket change Circle K, an international family support, protection and Lear said the Delaware and offered us candy for our collegiate version of Kiwanis access to public service and a residents know the project and efforts,” Smith said. International, emphasizes fel- creation of new centers,” Lear love to help out. She said the “One woman even wanted lowship, leadership and ser- said. project is also a great way to to give us a $20 bill. I am so vice. Members said this proj- Seventeen Circle K mem- get to know fellow Circle K glad that my friend invited me ect was one way for students bers and guests participated members while getting out to take part in the event. I can’t to give back to the community. in Trick-or-Treating for UNI- into Delaware community, think of a better way to spend The proceeds for UNICEF CEF. Photo by Dianne Cathlyn Macasu especially for freshmen or stu- Halloween evening. With so will be used to provide clean “We split the students into Freshman Hung Huynh, junior Kristen Lear and sophomore dents who have not seen the much negativity in the world drinking water, food, school six groups to walk around the Leslie Magno collected money for UNICEF on Halloween. surrounding neighborhood. today, it’s easy to lose faith in supplies, emergency blankets Delaware neighborhoods sur- Junior Courtney Hahn, a service projects. For sophomore Cailee people, but trick-or-treating in and immunizations to needy rounding OWU and collected member of Circle K for three “It’s just really a great Smith, this is the first event Delaware reminded me that children around the world. a total of $330 in a two-hour years, said Trick-or-Treat for way to get out into the com- she has attended with Circle there’s still good people in the Junior Kristen Lear, presi- period,” Lear said. UNICEF is one of her favorite munity and get a lot of people K, and she said she was glad a world.” Humanities, Classics now two separate majors By Mark Dubovec language while Humanities is Fratantuono said the “It didn’t exist in legal terms When that required class a significant amount about a News Editor comparative literature. confusion occurred because as far as the registrar was was dropped in the late 60s, particular discipline, and you Previously, Classics was the catalog listed Classics as a concerned.” Lateiner said, many professors do that whether your transcript In an effort to prevent considered a track within major when it wasn’t. Fratantuono said originally, and students who took the says major x or major y.” student confusion regarding Humanities and Classics, “There was no major in Classics had been a separate course expressed a desire to Lateiner said Classics has the course catalog, the faculty and now as a major, the Classics despite the fact we had program at Ohio Wesleyan, keep the material available. a history of importance at voted at its last meeting to requirements are essentially all the separate requirements but that changed in the late “So the Humanities Ohio Wesleyan. When Ohio label Classics as a separate the same, said Don Lateiner, for students to go through,” he 60s. department was created to Wesleyan was founded, he major. John R. Wright Professor of said. Lateiner said Classics was maintain those materials in said, of the four professors, Lee Fratantuono, William Greek Literature. “The provost asked me in never dropped when it ceased courses no one had to take one taught Greek and another Whitlock professor of Latin, “It’s clearer because there February if I knew when the to be its own department; it unless they wanted to,” Latin. drafted the original proposal are two separate majors,” Academic Policy Committee just became a concentration Lateiner said. “That program Alison Lovell, assistant submitted to the faculty. Lateiner said. [APC] had approved the major within Humanities when that became a major.” professor of Humanities- “Now students can major Fratantuono said the in Classics, and I could not department was created. Lateiner said the purpose Classics, said Classics is a humanities or classics,” process came about because of answer that question.” “It never disappeared,” he of the two majors remains cornerstone of the liberal arts. Fratantuono said. confusion last year involving a Fratantuono said this said. essentially the same with only “Ohio Wesleyan has a very Within the Humanities and graduating senior. language listing Classics as a Lateiner said the origins of the wording being altered. old tradition going back to Classics Department, there are “Last year, we had a major reappeared in the catalog Humanities at Ohio Wesleyan “From the point of view of the 1840s of a commitment now the Humanities-Classics student who had completed in the 1994-95 academic can be traced to just after graduate schools, they’re not to teaching Classics,” Lovell (or simply Humanities) and the requirements for majoring year, with the requirements World War II. At the time, all interested in what your major said. Classics majors, Fratantuono in humanities and majoring showing up sometime in the juniors were required to take is called than the specific “It’s very important for the said. classics and discovered she early 2000s. a course in which they read courses you took,” he said. university to be committed Classics focuses on actually didn’t have a double “Although it said you literature that now comprises “The major is a way of on all levels…to devote ancient Greek and Latin major,” Fratantuono said. could major in Classics, in upper-level Humanities organizing a student’s courses time, energy and respect for literature, history, culture and “She actually had one major.” reality you couldn’t,” he said. courses. so that he leaves here knowing Classics.” Page 6 The Transcript Nov. 5, 2009 Opinion Quote of the Week: “The circumstances around the formation of the SLUPB Task Force lead me to believe parts of WCSA are no more transparent than a glass of milk.” -- Senior Jack Stenger, Moderator of Tree House From the editor: With admissions, honesty is best policy Admittedly, I get excited when I see the admis- sions department’s special red and black flags in front of Ham-Will, like last weekend. It means that we have guests - that we’re trying to sell the school to prospective students and their parents. It means fresh life, fresh money and a chance at a fresh start. I find it totally invigorating. The idea of this school becoming increasingly selective and inviting for young prospectives raises the value of my degree and ensures that the legacy of my alma mater will carry on. Yet while preparing for admissions events like the one held this past weekend, how honest is OWU? Many students who are employed by Ohio Wesleyan - RAs and SLU moderators in particular, in addition to those working directly for the admis- sions department, like tour guides - are contractu- ally obligated to never say anything negative about the university in a public forum. This includes to prospective students. The last time the admissions department saddled me with a prospective was three years ago, when I was a freshman. I was new to the school myself and unsure how I felt about college in general, let alone Ohio Wesleyan. I can’t remember how honest I was with my prospie, but I do remember trying to put on a happy face and sell the school. Four years later, and at a different point in my life, I find myself more in love with OWU than I thought possible while still By Keegan Adams and Ross McHale acknowledging its flaws. And prospectives deserve to have those flaws acknowledged while still high- lighting OWU’s more desirable characteristics. O Ronaldo, Ronaldo, where art thou Ronaldo? Since I’m not a university employee, I was able was a disco dude), we headed nor did anyone she knew, and were going to get to my car. to speak freely about my life at OWU this weekend Word uptown to see the sights. There were some excellent costumes. so I had to call the OU police and ask where my Ronnie was. We walked a bit farther. Called more people. Called a to my prosepctive, who also happens to be my first cousin. We discussed the benefits of close relation- Vomit My favorites were Ash and Pikachu, the Channel 4 News After several different numbers failed, I found him. taxi company who wouldn’t get to us for another hour. ships with professors and the campus community, by Michelle “RJ” Team from “Anchorman”, The address I heard was 207 Stopped at a Speedway to get but how living in such a close-knit environment can Rotuno-Johnson Link and Navi from “The East State Street, at least a help. feel stifling. Legend of Zelda” and some 20-minute walk. It was close We debated hitchhiking, Teletubbies. to 5 p.m. by the time I got asking someone at the gas We talked about the ways in which the school is The scariest part of my I had parked my car, a in touch with the company, station for a ride, asking progressive and committed to diversity, but still has Halloween weekend was not 13-year-old minivan named and they were about to close. the pizza delivery people or a long way to go in terms of complete racial, social, wearing a costume that showed Ronaldo who has almost We called everyone and their the mailman to help us out, and gender equality. We went over The Transcript’s my underwear in front of 50,000 230,000 miles, right by Leah’s sister that we knew at OU with anything. people. It wasn’t walking in dorm. a car and found no one who Finally, Leah got in touch lack of money, the Health Center, Vincent Alozie front of a team of mounted I didn’t want to pay the could take us. with someone with a car. So and The Backstretch. It was cathartic to lay every- police when they were racing to money to park off-campus and So, Leah and I resolved we sat and waited outside of thing on the table, and she appreciated the honesty; bust a house party. get a shuttle, or park uptown to go the next morning, so I Speedway and ate hot dogs every other college she’s visited glossed over the It wasn’t seeing old high and carry my bags back to could be back to OWU in time (two for two dollars!!) while school friends in questionable the dorm and risk my car for lunch, a meeting and my I chugged coffee and tried to school’s flaws, which ultimately skews the portrait states making questionable life being vandalized by drunken third of three classes, and she fend off my impending stress of those institutions. She’s enrolling at Ohio Wes- decisions. It wasn’t witnessing Bobcats. The worst I could get could take her exam and make attack. leyan next fall. a giant house fire and seeing was a ticket, right? Right? it to all her classes. Things ended up relatively I understand that this school walks a fine line officers’ crowd control Well, no. Ronaldo did in I had to call my mom and all right. I got my baby car methods. fact have a ticket when we explain my loss of car and back from his night in prison, between selling itself and being honest with its It was the separation came back later that night, need for a loan to cover the got Leah back in time for class potential future investors. Tours span the campus, anxiety I felt losing my car. and I figured OU’s police almost $150 charge I certainly and I returned to OWU safe but don’t go through Stuyvesant Hall or the inside Let my story be a lesson to department would do what our could not afford. I emailed and sound, relieved to be back of the Creative Arts House. Prospectives are given all who read this: never park Public Safety would do—just professors about missing my where I knew what was going on campus where you’re not give me the ticket and take morning classes and settled on and who I could count on if information about Greek Life, but never about the supposed to. You just might my license number down for everything else. It was fine, I got in trouble. houses on probation and the new administrative get towed. And it sucks. future infractions. I said to myself. I would be Lessons learned? Yes. reforms that have left many fraternity and sorority I made the pilgrimage to Apparently not. I went back by noon. Loyal readers, I can only hope members dissatisfied and even angry. However, this Ohio University Saturday to the parking lot the next The next morning, I set off, you learn from my mistake, night to visit my girlfriend afternoon, dressed for my Leah by my side, looking for and you never find yourself university asks its incoming freshmen to not only Leah and witness the chapter meeting and ready to the towing company. But we in this situation. Park smart. give $40,000 (and rising!) a year in tuition. It asks traditional festivities that take do all the work I needed to get found I had made yet another Don’t get towed. And if you for four years of their lives, and when people buy place on the streets of Athens done back at school. mistake. 207 East State Street, do, make sure you or your into that, they deserve to know what they’re getting. on Halloween. My plan was to But Ronaldo wasn’t where the address I had, was in fact wonderful girlfriend have stay Saturday night and head I parked him in front of the incorrect: the company was friends in behind-the-wheel I can’t imagine a more perfect place than Dela- back Sunday afternoon in time dorm. The space was occupied at 2079 East State Street…at places. ware and Ohio Wesleyan, even though I know it’s for a chapter meeting. by another car, and there was least another hour of walking. And if you see Ronaldo on not perfect. Potential future students deserve to Oh, were those plans ruined. no notice, no sign telling me I was panicking now. I was campus, give him a pat on the know what I know, too. In all fairness, Halloween who took him and where. about to miss all my classes hood. He had a rough weekend night was fun. Once I finally I was completely at a loss and meetings, Leah was in prison and all, though I’m -Emily Rose got there and got my costume as to what to do. 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Un- Professional usual options. like the usual rolling of dice Instead, members meet to learn the rules of lesser known in other, more well-known games, Game Night prefers lives and games from computer science professor Sean McCulloch, these types of thought provok- ing games. breaking up their faculty advisor. “The dice can make you The club began unofﬁcial- lose, but they can’t make you Dear Mistress OWU, ly in 2004 when McCulloch win,” said McCulloch. This guy I used to date- taught a seminar on build- Photo by Jessy Keppler Currently, Jagannatha - let’s call him “Asshole”-- ing computer programs. An OWU students enjoying a card game at ‘Game Night’ in the Welch cafeteria. wants to focus on establishing and I broke up about six avid game player and collec- an ofﬁcial club before plan- months ago, partially be- tor since graduate school, he At their meetings, people come because of the fun she them ask for more.” ning any events, but both he cause the spark was gone, chose a game, Alhambra, as a come and go as they please, has with the club. Arkham Horror, a club fa- and McCulloch expressed an but mostly because he was demonstration because of its talking and laughing about any Freshman Ariel Hirsh had vorite, involves all the players interest in taking the club to sleeping with my (then) best strict, well-deﬁned rules, opti- topic that comes up. a similar experience. She teaming up to defeat a game- some gaming conventions and friend. After that, I set his mal for programming. They eat food and relax originally went to meet people controlled monster and win championships in the future. clothes on ﬁre. And that’s When he showed the unique while they pick from Mc- and start conversations based as a group. As a whole, play- Anyone interested in seeing when the real trouble began. game to the class, the students Culloch’s enormous duffel bag on the games. According to ers must plan the best strat- Game Night in action can feel Without going into too were intrigued and wanted to ﬁlled with games. Hirsh, the club is a great place egy to close portals and defeat free to come check them out much detail (O.K., it was see more of his collection, a “We want to get together to have fun in a structured set- monsters in order to win. In on Saturday nights in Welch a bad idea to spray paint literal wall of games made up and play games and have fun,” ting. Now she likes hanging this set-up, players can sacri- Café. “Hope she was worth it” on of four bookshelves and over said club president Zeal Jag- out with the people there and ﬁce themselves, but still win They welcome everyone, his Jeep), the breakup was 300 games. annatha, “give kids something enjoys learning new games because the entire team suc- both students and faculty ugly. We haven’t spoken in This led to the class meet- better to do on Saturday nights each week. ceeded. members. about four months, and from ing regularly to play even after other than partying.” “I’m continually surprised Another game, Ticket to “If you have a Saturday what I hear, emotions are the course ended. Today, they Sophomore Amber Nabers’ that students still want to do Ride, has players buying and night to waste, you couldn’t do just as raw for him. have expanded outside the friends had to urge her to join this,” said McCulloch. “I like building lines of trains across any better than Game Night,” Anyway, Asshole and I computer science department. at ﬁrst. Now she chooses to having them come and having a map of the United States. said Nabers. met through our shared ma- jor, and this week I found Songs and jokes aim to teach about modern slavery out we were both awarded a prestigious research in- ternship. We’ll be work- By Leanne Williams Boston, Mass., opened the knew how heavy the topic of over 27 million people in slav- to be very energized about ing closely together until Transcript Correspondent show. His hard-hitting lyrics, human trafﬁcking was, and ery today, “right in our own the whole movement. He was we graduate next semester. acoustic guitar and raw pas- a little comic relief couldn’t backyards” as Batstone put overjoyed about the progress That means 25 hours a week In 1865 the United States sion set the mood for the night. hurt. He began every show it. But this shock was not left they have made in the three of USDA-certiﬁed, Grade- adopted the 13th amendment, He told the story of a close like this, because his intention unanswered, because Batstone years since they have been es- A awkwardness. How do I declaring, “neither slavery friend he lost to slavery in Sri was to promote inspiration not posed many solutions. tablished. deal? nor involuntary servitude... Lanka, his native country. guilt. The show brought ideas “We have the most mojo -- Hath No Fury shall exist within the United He explained that he knew Christopher’s songs were on how to integrate everyday in the activist forum,” he said. States.” Regardless, slavery in his journey to ﬁnd her proba- full of hope, as if he was shed- actions into the ﬁght against “… we try to ﬁnd moments Dear Hath No Fury, or, as I the U.S. is still alive and real, bly would be without success, ding a light on the very dark slavery. He encouraged every- and those moments give us will refer to you, Psycho Ex- and you may be supporting it but he never lost hope. topic of slavery. one to live differently. momentum.” Girlfriend, without even knowing. He stated, “In the midst of And as the keynote speaker, He challenged the students Senior Kaliegh Felisberto, a Yikes. You’re practically Monday, Oct. 12, Ohio the harshness we are going to David Batstone took the stage that were there, asking, “Now member of the planning com- the LeBron James of shame- Wesleyan University hosted see, there are great things hap- and addressed the reoccur- that you know, what are you mittee, found the presentation ful breakups. the Backyard Abolitionist pening.” ring concept. The presentation going to do?” to be informative. She was all Actually, I didn’t phrase Tour in Chappelear Drama The campaign’s in-house was not on the subject of the “We meet you where you smiles and hopeful about rais- that right. LeBron James is center. artist, Brant Christopher, gloom of human trafﬁcking, are at,” said Christopher in a ing awareness at OWU. the Hath No Fury of basket- The tour was run by the Not next took the stage. When he but about ﬁxing it. post-show interview. The idea She spoke for those in- ball. for Sale Campaign and is cur- opened his mouth and began Batstone is co-founder and is to help the cause by doing volved in planning, saying she You seem a little smug rently touring internationally to sing, an awkward air rose in president of the Not for Sale something the abolitionist hoped this was just the begin- about all the vandalism, with the goal of inspiring abo- the room. campaign. He said this cam- loves to do. ning and OWU can keep mo- so let me begin by saying litionists against modern day “Slavery is really bad…” paign was more about engage- In an interview after the mentum in the ﬁght against that nothing justiﬁes illegal slavery. was his song, and he sang it ment and less about aware- presentation, Batstone ex- human trafﬁcking. activity during a breakup. The event was sponsored in a voice unexpected from ness; it was about creating plained the movement is about Senior Mery Kanashiro en- You’re the one who chose a by the Chaplain’s Ofﬁce, the a professional musician and backyard abolitionists around setting realistic changeable couraged students to sign up to boyfriend and a best friend Peace and Justice House, more likely expected from the world. goals. get involved at OWU after the who would betray you, so OWU Faith and Justice and a sibling in the shower. This “You can’t just assume ev- He said, “We want to live in show. maybe you should have lit the Methodist Theological went on for about a minuet, erything is O.K.,” he said. a world where we don’t con- Her hope is to activate the your own clothes on ﬁre in School in Ohio. before he began to laugh. It may have shocked OWU sume someone else’s tragedy”. OWU campus against modern frustration and self-pity. PW Gopal, a musician from Christopher explained, he students to learn that there are Christopher also seemed day slavery. Sayin’. Student recital hits high notes with student body However, I do believe you when you say emotions are just as raw for this guy. By Solomon Ryan useppe Torelli which featured the trumpet played by year. Usually, we have a professional conducting. And rightfully so. Obviously Transcript Correspondent senior John Landis. My favorite peace was one of the trumpet ones. He as the lecher, he’s not on any As Landis played, the whole audience seemed is amazing.” sort of moral high ground, From the moment you walked into the concert, mesmerized, their eyes glued to him. Landis made To ﬁnish off, the orchestra played from the works but you didn’t exactly re- you felt something different. Even before the music no mistakes and played with such ease, it made one of Joseph Haydn. The last piece was called “Finale, spond to all of this with dig- began playing, you felt as if you were in a movie. think playing the trumpet is quite simple. Vivace,” and it was played in the allegro style. nity or class. You responded Every sound was crisp and crystal clear In “Allegro,” the trumpet played throughout while Freshman Allison Miess said she was glad she by destroying practically all Ohio Wesleyan’s Chamber Orchestra performed a the drums and the rest of the orchestra provided back- went to the concert. of his property. Like, who series of classical music pieces at Gray Chapel. ground. It was as if the challenging trumpet melody “Even though I was required to go, I still had a are you, Lisa “Left-Eye” Conducted by Chamber Orchestra Director was being performed by a professional. good time,” said Miess. “It was relaxing, and I am Lopez? And we all know Kenichiro Matsuda, the program included pieces Landis instructs students in different musical happy I decided to go. what happened to her. (Too composed by Bela Bartok, Giuseppe Torelli and ﬁelds such as guitar, piano and trumpet. He also is a Freshman Will Thieman had the same high praise soon? Whatever.) Franz Joseph Haydn. member of the Ohio Wesleyan Jazz Ensemble. as Miess. From your letter you The orchestra kicked off the show by playing “Joc Sophomore Katherine Raulin played viola at the “I loved every second of it,” Thieman said. “ It don’t really strike me as Cu Bata” or stick game by Bartok. This composition concert. She said it was an experience she won’t for- was a good break from my studies. I especially liked someone who can engage was played in allegro moderato and featured many get. the trumpet soloist. It made me want to play again. in rational decision-making solos from the ﬂutes, violins, violas and clarinets. “I loved playing in the orchestra,” said Raulin. The next recital is the Opera Theater on Novem- when upset, so really exam- Next, the orchestra played three works by Gi- “This is my second year, and it was different this ber 6, 7 and 8. ine whether or not to take the internship. If you think you can handle it, go for it. But Pumpkinesis Bazaar offers inexpensive holiday gifts try not to go all psycho next time. In fact, don’t talk to By Brad Russell goods and treats. According to the SPO, St. him unless it’s work related, A&E Editor Mary’s will be holding a bake sale concurrently i.e. “Pass me that scalpel,” to the bazaar. They will also serve hot meals as or whatever it is people who St. Mary’s Catholic Church, located at 82 part of the lunch menu so vendors and shoppers have prestigious research in- E. Williams Street, will be hosting its annual can eat and take a break during the festival. ternships say to one another. Christmas bazaar on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 Along with supporting the church, anyone If you can’t handle it, I sug- p.m. who comes is able to buy and affordable gift for gest you quit lest you catch The actual operation of the Christmas bazaar themselves or for their friends and family for any more misdemeanor/3rd is done through the School/Parish Organization the holiday season. degree felony charges. (SPO). According to the SPO the event is just Senior Mike Sarap said that he may check See you at the bar, then one of several throughout the year that raises out the festival. One reason he said he may go is see you at the clinic. money for the school and the church. because his mother participates in craft festivals XOXO, The Christmas bazaar is a festival, accord- in his hometown of Cambridge, Ohio. Mistress OWU ing the SPO. It brings together members of the “It maybe a cheap way to get my Christmas church and artisans who are asked to bring only shopping done early this year also,” Sarap said. Editor’s Note: handmade items for the event. One thing that “I’ll at least check it out since it’s close to cam- Mistress OWU is not a will not be available from the vendors is baked pus.” certiﬁed relationship coun- selor. She can only offer the informed advice of an ex- By Keegan Adams and Ross McHale Email Mistress OWU at owunews@owu. perienced college student. Page 8 The Transcript Nov. 5, 2009 Bishops Sports Field hockey aims to turn tables on Witt By Mike Browning year. We have also had a player Cocumelli said the team is Sports Editor tear an ACL, so we have had to prepared to pull off the upset. move people around.” “We have been practicing Injuries have prevented the The lack of continuity hard since our last game, Ohio Wesleyan women’s field within the Bishops’ lineup focusing on the little things hockey team from matching was exposed this season, most and the weakness in our game the regular season breakout notably by Wittenberg twice, that we needed to improve on success of 2008, but a strong who they will be facing in the to take our play to the next late-season run has given the opening round of the NCAC level,” she said. Bishops a chance to best last tournament on Wednesday. “We have been especially year’s team in tournament “[Wittenberg is] a very working on defensive play. skilled team and rockets the ball corners.” Strong performances in [and chase] which is difficult Sophomore attacker Mimi the last two season games to adjust to, but our team is Anthony is also ready to win. against conference foes confident,” said Redmond. “We are just going to go Oberlin and Earlham have “Everybody is up, especially out there tomorrow and play given the Bishops a birth in the when we found out Hannah our hearts out and hope for NCAC tournament despite a will be back for the game. We the best. I think we can beat frustrating season. are at full strength for the first Wittenberg,” she said. “Our team encountered our time all season, unlike the last Redmond believes for the fair share of injuries this year, time we played Wittenberg team to win, the players will so I’d say our potential and when [Jen Doud] missed the need to play to their own expectations at the beginning game with a concussion. strengths and not let Wittenberg of the year changed by the end Despite their history push the pace of the game. of the season,” said sophomore with Wittenberg, the team is “Playing Wittenberg and attacker Abbie Walsh. “But in confident they’ll have a better playing in their stadium is Photo By Dianne Macasu both cases, we played up to chance at beating them. difficult,” said Redmond. “We Front Row: (from left-right) Dasom Yang, JaeMin Chung, Vanisha Bisnath, Jelani those expectations.” “We’ve done a lot of have to play our game instead Virgo, Jinglin Yang and MichellJane Lee Top Row: Hao Do, Edward Chien, Zijie Poh, Voids in the lineup tweaking these past few of being passive and letting Anh Nguyen, Amit Roy, Yushan Hayman and Alex Russell prevented the team from practices. If you were to them set the tone, which compiling substantial winning streaks, making it hard to gain compare the team we are now to the team we were happened the last two times we played them. Their pace is too Badminton fosters camaraderie, competition separation in the conference three months ago, you’d be fast, and we cannot keep up a senior, he wants to enjoy his Nguyen said he values By Dianne Macasu standings. shocked,” said Walsh. “We’re with that the whole game.” last match before he graduates, the diversity of the club, and Transcript Correspondent “Our left side on defense just planning to play our game Despite the harsh and make sure the club is left understands the importance of is difficult, and we have lost on Wednesday just as we’ve atmosphere and skill of the in good hands. meeting interesting people. Rackets and shuttlecocks players there,” said Head coach played every other game this Wittenberg players, Redmond “Im graduating this “We have Chinese, will be the provided as the Marge Redmond. “[Midfielder] season. We’re trying to not believes an upset is possible. Ohio Wesleyan Badminton December and unfortunately, Vietnamese, Jamaican, Hannah Coughlin played there, over think it because we play “I’m hoping [Wittenberg] is Club prepares for a friendly the other old board members Pakistani, Korean and and she was one of our better best when we just let things over confident,” she said. match against Denison will be either graduating or Americans so to me this is not defenders but broke [a bone] in flow.” “We have to go over and University on Saturday, busy with involvement in just a badminton club it is a her hand, and Melissa Martin Junior midfielder and play our best game to win. We November 7. other organizations,” Zeng global club. did not return to school this leading scorer Christa have nothing to lose.” The Badminton Club is a said. “Hence I’m eager to have Junior Vanisha Bisnath, Women’s soccer ends 8-8-2 overall group of mostly international the two new officers trained so president of the OWU students who share a passion they will be handling the club badminton club said she for the sport, but also value the comfortably after my leave.” noticed that in the past, club for its social function. Zeng said it always takes club members were almost By Steven Ruygrok the lead and keep Earlham off Barnes said. “I look forward to Senior Anh Nguyen has extra effort to get people exclusively international Transcript Reporter the scoreboard. working with this team in the been part of the club since his involved in an organization, students, so she sends campus “I think that the pressure off-season.” freshman and does not think and membership is usually wide emails to attract a On Oct. 31, the Ohio to hold Earlham and defend Barnes said the team will OWU has prepared to win, low, so intercollegiate matches broader range of students, Wesleyan women’s soccer our lead caused us to lose need another strong recruiting but believes he will enjoy the are important for Badminton especially Americans. team lost its final game to composure on the ball,” class for depth to improve experience. clubs. “The result has been Earlham by a score of 2-1. Hoffman said. “However, the upon the past year. “We haven’t developed the “Frankly speaking, positive [as far as] making the OWU began the game effort and emotion was on our “This year, we had to play necessary skills to seriously badminton is not a big sport in club diverse,” Bisnath said. with the lead thanks to a goal part. There’s no question about without starters Lindsey Patton compete with other schools,” Ohio,” he said. “As an officer, Badminton in America by junior midfielder Chelsea that.” and Laura VanHoey, both due Nguyen said. “We are there you have to be proactive, has been closely associated Keller, but the second half Hoffman said the team to injuries,” Barnes said. to socialize, [and] nowadays willing to reach out and take with the diversity. Zeng said belonged to the Quakers, who can take away a lot from the “And at the end, we lost people come to the badminton the initiative. Expecting huge as Ohio Schools get more scored two goals, including the year and apply it to the 2010 Carly Topper to mono. By club to have fun and not boast turnouts would never work diverse, he hopes more and game-winner by senior Callie season. working on the basics, we skills so rarely does anyone out, that’s why we especially more people will come and Thompson. “If there was one lesson just need to be stronger and play seriously.” treasure the relationship enjoy the sport. The Bishops finished up to be learned, I’d say we more consistent mentally and The upcoming game we have with our “brother” The club meets every the season with a conference need to take advantage of our physically.” is significant for Denison colleges, namely OWU, Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the record of 4-4 and an overall opportunities,” Hoffman said. Barnes said the team’s goal University’s senior badminton Wooster, and starting from basketball court in Edwards record of 8-8-2. “With a schedule like ours, for next year is to get to the club president Geng Zeng. As last year, Oberlin.” gym. The loss eliminated the there should be no holding NCAC Tournament and reach Bishops from entrance into the NCAC Tournament. If the Bishops had won, they would back. We need to focus on each and every game and leave everything on the field.” the NCAA finals. “The last two years we have gone from second to fifth in Baseball gears up for spring season have finished second in the Head Coach Bob Barnes the conference with one loss,” By Eliot Hubbell come spring time,” Mott said. get guys back in the swing of conference and hosted a first- said he feels good about the Barnes said. Transcript Correspondent “Practices in the spring are things for baseball.” round playoff match. returning team for next year. “We are not far off, but more technique oriented.” Mott said there were 14 Sophomore Megan Hoffman “The team’s chemistry and we definitely have to pick it Baseball is not in season, “The fall is the first step in new faces this fall, and their said the biggest factor in the camaraderie is great, and we up and finish off the regular but that does not mean the seeing as a team what we really expectations are higher than loss was the pressure to hold have a lot of talent returning,” season better.” Ohio Wesleyan baseball team have, who could potentially ever. has taken the Fall semester play certain positions and to try “Each year, we expect to off. compete on a national level, Bishop Notes Head coach Tyler Mott said the NCAA allows them Each year, we expect to compete on a and because we have so much experience coming back, these Football The Bishops closed out Freshman keeper Mar- 16 dates in the fall, and the goals and expectations should their dominant regular season got Klepetko finished with 4 Bishops take full advantage. national level and... be very attainable,” Mott said. The Bishops earned a de- with a 2-0 shutout of Allegh- saves for the bishops. “We spend about 75% of these goals and expec- Struble said he is very cisive 38-6 victory at Hiram eny on Oct. 31. The win was those practices playing games impressed with the talent and and inter-squad scrimmages,” tations should be very work ethic of the freshman on Oct. 31. The team had the team’s 17th straight shut- Cross Country out and set the all-division Mott said. “We try to make attainable.” class. no problem moving the ball down the field, as freshman collegiate soccer record of The Men’s and Women’s everything game-like so that - Tyler Mott “As a senior, I have seen 3 quarterback Mike Bashioum 2 goals allowed all season. cross country team ran in the we are better prepared come freshman classes come in and rushed for 3 touchdowns. The Goals by junior backs Brian NCAC championship meet on spring time.” guys out in new positions,” he after seeing the learning curve Bishop defense stifled any Hi- Greene and Eric Laipple were Oct. 31. Mott said this was the most said. “Fall ball is also used as a firsthand, I believe there are ram offensive attack, holding the difference in the game. The Men’s team finished competitive fall season he has tool to figure out what we have a few guys in the freshman them to -17 yards rushing. The Bishops outshot the Ga- fourth of 10 teams, 78 points seen yet. to work on for the upcoming class which can significantly Bashioum ended the day tors 26-4. The team has out- ahead of winner Allegheny, “We told the guys that we, season.” contribute right away and with 94 yards rushing. Ju- scored opponents this season who had 4 runners finish in as coaches, felt that this was Sophomore Robbie Shane as a whole, the class will nior defensive lineman Taylor 54-2. the top 10. Sophomore Sharif the most competitive fall we said the team works just as hard experience successful careers Smith led the defense with 8 The team will play in the Kronemer again lead the men, have had since I’ve been back in the fall as in the spring. at OWU,” Struble said. tackles including 4 for a loss. NCAC tournament semifinal finishing the 8000-meter at OWU,” Mott said. “We try to make the fall Shane said he thinks the Senior Safety Daniel DeLay against Hiram on Nov. 7. course in 27:03.5, finishing “Hard work is something season just as competitive as team has a chance of winning had 2 interceptions includ- 12th among individuals to we preach to our guys to do the regular season in order to the NCAC’s this spring. ing one returned for a touch- Women’s soccer earn second-team All-NCAC year-round.” try to get our mindset into what “We have a large freshman down. honors. Senior captain Matt Struble it needs to be when the spring class and one transfer student The team closed out its The women’s team finished said the fall practices are season does roll around,” who is a sophomore this year,” Men’s soccer season with a 2-1 loss to sixth of 9 teams, 93 points designed to acclimate new Shane said. Shane said. Earlham on Oct.31, eliminat- ahead of winner Oberlin. freshman to the team and to the Struble said coaching is a “I believe with the talent The team beat Wittenberg ing them from post-season Zimmerly again lead the speed of [collegiate]Baseball. little more relaxed in the fall. we have returning, the new 3-0 on Oct. 29 to seal a sec- play. The winner of the game women, finishing 19th over- Mott said he also uses the “In the fall, our coach is a group of players and a stellar ond straight NCAC confer- would claim the final spot in all, traversing the 6000 meter fall season to evaluate his little more hands off and just coaching staff we will have a ence championship. Walls ac- the tournament. Junior mid- course in 24:49.3, earning players. lets us play the games,” Struble great chance at winning the counted for all 3 goals, with fielder Chelsea Keller put the honorable mention all-NCAC “We as coaches focus on said. NCAC and making a run deep sophomore midfielder Travis Bishops on track, netting the honors. evaluating more in the fall, “We have post-game into the playoffs this spring.” Wall collecting 2 and adding first goal of the game, but the The team will run again on finding out who is ready to meetings where he goes over a The baseball team continues to his conference lead of 15, Quakers rallied in the second Nov. 14 at the NCAA Great play and putting guys where short list of things he noticed to have team lifts for the and forward Tyler Wall add- half, scoring 2 goals to take Lakes Regional at Rose-Hul- they need to be, so that we throughout the day which remainder of the fall. Their ing another. the lead. man. can put ourselves in the best we could work on. Overall, first games are March 12-13, possible situation to succeed I believe it is a good way to in Savannah, Ga.