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| November 21, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Graduate Jeff Long is Focused on Football
As the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision season winds down, interest in the upcoming four-team playoff for the FBS national championship is heating up.
| November 19, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Receives $260,000 Gift to Help Create ‘OWU Promise Scholarships’
As the major shareholder of five successful Ohio companies, Richard S. Ames knows how to attract attention and capture the imagination. And the 1977 Ohio Wesleyan University graduate is helping his alma mater to do the same with a new $260,000 gift commitment.
| November 18, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Announces $250,000 Alumni Gift Commitment
Ohio Wesleyan University has received a five-year $250,000 gift commitment from alumni Jason R. and Elizabeth Long Downey of Columbus, Ohio, to create an endowed scholarship.
| November 17, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Parents Contribute $750,000 To Enhance Student Housing
Ohio Wesleyan University has received a five-year $750,000 gift commitment from a parent couple to support the university’s ongoing efforts to renew its student housing.
| November 13, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan University Announces December 2014 Public Events
Ohio Wesleyan University today announced its December 2014 lineup of public events.
| November 7, 2014
New York Times Features Ohio Wesleyan Faculty Member’s ‘Modern Love’ Essay
An hour after meeting Sam camping in an Iowa state park, Amy Butcher was helping the handsome stranger to find shelter during a severe storm. A threatened tornado never arrived, but Butcher became caught up in a different kind of whirlwind.
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