Bishops of Pakistan

More than one-quarter of OWU’s current international student population comes from Pakistan, a tradition that goes back decades and has produced some truly remarkable alumni.

Solving maternal mortality at Mayo

Katherine White Arendt ’98 has made it her life’s work to advocate for pregnant women through medicine, overseeing a team of more than 400 at the prestigious Mayo Clinic.

Comfort Zones

Anna L. Davies ’19 has made herself at home many places during her four years at OWU: in a Small Living Unit, as a Kappa Kappa Gamma, as a member of President’s Club, and as part of this magazine’s masthead. We crash her senior single in the Gillespie Honors House.

On the Cover: Photo illustration by Jennifer Brinckerhoff.


Leader’s Letter

International students and cultural events enrich campus

From the JAYwalk

Just do it

-32 degrees

Fody Frentsos receives staff STAR Award

Newly rebuilt Butler A. Jones House of Black Culture welcomes students

Ellis named first director of new OWU Career Connection Center

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Bishop Battles

Going for two: Tcholakian twin wide receivers have opponents seeing double

Team OWU: They score with your support

OWU Timescapes

Thought experiments

Faculty Notes

Spring 2019 Faculty Notes

Alumni Happenings

Holiday parties

Greek Alumni Award winners announced

Let a Bishop Box bring OWU to you!

Vote for Trustees!

Class Notes

Spring 2019 Class Notes

Spring 2019 Class Notes photos

Class of 1969 Class Notes and photos

Arai shares experience at World War II internment camps

McClure makes magic for Delt brothers

Engagement ‘show and tell’

In Memoriam: Nancy Knop

The Final Word

Student co-director: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the unknown – by Anna L. Davies ’19

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