Northern Michigan Red & Black Luncheon
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.More Information
First-generation college students often face distinctly different challenges than their peers. At OWU, support programs provide assistance, and first-gens’ own experiences and ideas enrich classrooms and campus life.
A state-of-the-art facility, OWU’s Simpson Querrey Fitness Center aims to help students make activities focused on the mind, body, and spirit a part of their regular routines—endeavors that will pay off in academics, and for a lifetime.
Memme Onwudiwe ’15, recipient of the Fiji Wilkinson award as “most outstanding senior,” traveled to Nigeria, his family’s ancestral home, to investigate issues around that country’s transparency in the oil and gas industries. He credits OWU’s Baran Fellowship for supporting his interests.
Sidebar: “Scoop” Wilkinson and OWU Fiji Pride
Leader’s Letter – OWU Long Committed to Serve First-Generation and Diverse Students
Gifts and Gratitude
Bishop Battles – Coaching up the Coach: Mentoring Young Coaches Pays off and Pays Forward
The Final Word – Fraternal Ties Shape a Life of Perseverance
Comfort Zones – Kaila Johnson ’16
OWU Timescapes – Practice Makes Perfect
New owu.edu Website Shattering Records for Attracting Visitors
Katie Webster Named Director of Alumni Relations
Ohio Wesleyan Students Earn ‘Best’ Awards at Geography Conference
OWU Dedicates Labyrinth
SAE Reunion: Lions Roar Again
Vote for Trustees!
Homecoming and Family Weekend 2015 Highlights