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Campuswide News & Events
- Sept. 23 – “Scenes! 2017” Performance – 8 p.m. in Chappelear
The “Scenes! 2017” showcase will be presented this Saturday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. on the Chappelear Drama Center Main Stage. Seven scenes, starring new OWU students and directed by members of the Directing class, will be performed. About (READ MORE)
- Friday Dinner Plans? Eat for a Cause at J.Gumbo’s with Delta Zeta!
Come and eat at J.Gumbo’s between 5-8 p.m. Friday! Delta Zeta is raising money to support the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which goes on missions across the globe to provide hearing aids for those in need. At (READ MORE)
- Through Oct. 31 – Crosswalk Change at Spring and S. Sandusky Streets
Now through Oct. 31, the crosswalk at Spring and South Sandusky streets — on the south side of Spring Street only — will be closed and the street light turned off at night to support (READ MORE)
- Last Day! Plant Sale with Botany-Microbiology Club!
Succulents, tropicals, cacti, and more for only $1-$5! Join the Botany-Microbiology Club for a plant sale, featuring plants from OWU’s very own greenhouse! Today’s sale is from noon-1 p.m. in the SCSC Atrium. Get ’em while they’re (READ MORE)
- Sept. 25 – Work Begins to Remove Dying Trees; S. Liberty St. Crosswalks Affected
During a recent tour of campus with a city arborist and with campus arborist Dr. David Johnson, professor of Botany/Microbiology, we identified three trees that, unfortunately, have begun to die and need to be removed (READ MORE)
- Sept. 27 – ‘Let’s Support our Dreamers: Informing Our Community About DACA’
Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 6:30 p.m. in Corns 312 for an informative presentation about DACA (“Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”). Joe Mas, Cuban-American attorney in Columbus and immigration specialist, will offer an information session (READ MORE)
- Starting Sept. 21 – Hispanic Film Festival
The Modern Foreign Languages Department invites you to join us for our 3rd Hispanic Film Festival. Between Sept. 21 and Oct. 26 we will show 5 films (in Spanish with English subtitles). The screenings are free and (READ MORE)
- Today! Sagan National Colloquium: Dr. Daniel Derksen
Join Dr. Daniel Derksen, The Walter H. Pearce Endowed Chair and Director of the Arizona Center for Rural Health (AzCRH), and Professor & Chair of the Community, Environment & Policy Department at The University of (READ MORE)
Faculty/Staff News & Events
Student News & Events
- Sept. 22 – Paint your peace with Tree House!
Come join the members of Tree House for Alix Templeman’s house project. Come together and paint your “peace” on two giant canvases to show some love for this planet. There will be snacks! Come any (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – Interfaith Open House!
Join the residents of the Interfaith House on Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. for an Open House! We’ll have it all–cookies, coloring, and Cards Against Humanity. Come on over to learn more about SLU life and our (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – Archery Tag!
In need of a stress relief from a hectic week of classes, work, etc? Come to archery this Fri., Sept. 22, on Welch lawn from 3-5 p.m.! There will be free food, friendly competition, and excitement (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – Lunch and Learn Session w/ Human Connections for Internship Opportunities
A representative from Human Connections, as well as previous student interns, will be on campus to discuss internship opportunities and the Interfaith Service Trip. The first information session will be held on Fri., Sept. 22 in Corns, (READ MORE)
- Sept. 21 – Babbling Bishops Improv Audition Show
Come see potential new Babblers show off what they’ve learned at workshops during the past couple of weeks! We’ll make you laugh at least once, we swear. Well, we promise. I mean, there’s a relatively (READ MORE)
- Applications Due! Spring Break Interfaith Service Teams
Applications for Spring Break Interfaith Service teams (formerly called Mission Teams) are due Mon., Sept. 25 by 5:00 p.m. The online application can be found at owu.edu/interfaithservice or directly at: https://goo.gl/forms/CKncbfXhlPYCspMy2. You must be logged in to your OWU gmail account (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – Can’t Make Lunch and Learn? Afternoon Session w/ Human Connections
A representative from Human Connections, as well as previous student interns, will be on campus to discuss internship opportunities and the Interfaith Service Trip. The second session will be held on Fri., Sept. 22 in Corns, Room (READ MORE)
- Sept. 29 – Shimmer Party at SAGE!
SAGE’s annual Shimmer Party is back for 2017! Sept. 29 from 9:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. at SAGE (the yellow SLU). Come dressed in all your best sequins, sparkles, and rhinestones, but please NO GLITTER. It’ll be a (READ MORE)
- Today – State Fair, Food & Fun at Smith!
It’s Fair Week in Delaware! So, it’s the perfect time for us to bring the Fair to you! On Thurs., Sept. 21, from 5 p.m – 8 p.m. at Smith, we will be having a photo booth, fair food, (READ MORE)
- TODAY – Study Abroad Round 1 Meeting: It’s Not Too Late!
Attending a Round 1 meeting is required if you are interested in studying off campus next spring. The last Round 1 meeting is scheduled for 4 p.m. today, Sept. 21, in Ham-Wil Room 312. This hour-long (READ MORE)
- Today – Pop Up Farmer’s Market in The Marketplace
The Marketplace will be having a Pop Up Farmer’s Market today during lunch from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.! Stop by for samples of local produce from Seminary Hill Farm and Premier Produce One! OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: Chartwells. (READ MORE)
- Sept. 23 – Open Mic Night at Stuy!
On Sat., Sept. 23 from 8 p.m.-10 p.m. share your music, poetry, or any art expression to the OWU community in Milligan Hub located on the first floor of Stuy Hall. Come out to support your peers and enjoy (READ MORE)
- Withdrawal deadline for 1st Module courses is TODAY
Dear Students, Thurs., Sept. 21, 2017 is the last day to withdraw from a First Module course. Please visit https://admin.owu.edu/cgi-bin/student/OWerpChgSchedStu.cgi to initiate the process prior to the deadline. Please note, requests to reduce your academic load below full-time (READ MORE)
- Sept. 23 Sound Out! Open Mic Night Downtown
Sound Out! Open Mic Night is happening THIS SATURDAY in Delaware’s own awesome record store, Endangered Species! Everyone is welcome, whether you play or not! A big audience really makes a great night, so make sure to (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – SigEp Cookout!
Come meet the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon for some burgers and lawn games! This is a great chance for any unaffiliated men to interact with current members, meet other unaffiliated men, and see whether (READ MORE)
- Sept. 21 – Come to the Neurds Meeting!
Are you interested in Neuroscience and looking for a club to join? Neurds is the perfect place for you! We are a group of students gathered by our love of Neuroscience and Psychology. Our objective (READ MORE)
- Sept. 21 – Lunch and Learn w/ Schneider Downs for Accounting Internships
Representatives from Schneider Downs will be on campus to discuss internship and entry level opportunities. This session will be held on Thurs., Sept. 21 in Corns, Room 203, from 12-1 p.m. Lunch will be provided by The Woltemade (READ MORE)
- Sept. 22 – Did you miss the Career Fair? Go to CAREER FEST in Cleveland!
OFIC Career Fest is this Friday in Cleveland. There will be 50+ recruiters from employers and grad schools looking for YOU! Meet with representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Nationwide, JP Morgan, and more! Where? Huntington (READ MORE)