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| February 27, 2015
Nickelodeon Star, Musician Drake Bell to Perform at Ohio Wesleyan
Actor-turned-musician Drake Bell, best known for his starring role in Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh,” will perform March 28 at Ohio Wesleyan University’s first Bishop Bash. Powell-based rockers Liberty Deep Down will kick off the concert.
| February 24, 2015
Ohio Wesleyan Announces $2.2 Million in Gift Commitments to Support ‘Connect Today, Create Tomorrow’ Capital Campaign
Ohio Wesleyan University has received $2.2 million in new gift commitments to support its “Connect Today, Create Tomorrow” capital campaign. To date, the campaign has generated $65 million in contributions from graduates, parents, and friends of the university.
| February 23, 2015
Ohio Wesleyan University Receives $10,000 NCAA Innovations Grant
What if coaches could identify individual players and even entire teams with a potential propensity toward hazing? Ohio Wesleyan University’s Jay Martin thinks the knowledge could be a game-changer – and the NCAA agrees.
| February 20, 2015
Ohio Wesleyan Receives $10,000 Recycling Grant
Ohio Wesleyan University has been awarded a $10,000 grant to support efforts to recycle furniture, small appliances, clothing, and other materials when students move out of their campus residences in May.
| February 16, 2015
Ross Art Museum to Host Edmund Kuehn Retrospective Feb. 24-April 5
The artwork of celebrated central Ohio artist Edmund Kuehn have been described as “visual poetry,” replete with vibrant colors, bold brushstrokes, and evocative images that transcend time and place.
| February 16, 2015
History Expert to Discuss Cuyahoga River’s Burning, Cleveland’s Rebirth
When Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River caught fire in 1969, the city’s future also could have gone up in smoke, says David Stradling, Ph.D., professor of urban and environmental history at University of Cincinnati.
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