Marching on

After a nearly six-decade hiatus, the Marching Bishops have returned to OWU, bringing energy and a kickin’ soundtrack to football, basketball, and campus events.

Q&A with Rock Jones

OWU’s 16th president takes stock of his decade on the job and talks about the joys of his work (the people) and the last show he binged.

FIJI in Fiji

Alex Widman ’17 is stationed halfway across the world on a remote island, where he’s applying skills learned at OWU to building a library — with some help from back home.

Abstract audible

Artist Will Day ’93 turned his skills into a business beyond the studio and was recently commissioned to capture quarterback Peyton Manning on canvas.

On the Cover: David Jindracek ’22 wails on tenor saxophone during a halftime performance by the newly re-formed marching band Oct. 13. (Photo by Paul Vernon)


Leader’s Letter

OWU Board provides thoughtful leadership on University objectives


Winter 2019 letters

From the JAYwalk

Doan ’03 appointed vice president, university advancement

Austin Manor sale allows for campus improvements

WOW forum focused on connection

Camp Oh-Wooo for all incoming students builds community

Pepsi choice brings soda revenue stream

Promoting inclusivity in public spaces

McCain OWU commencement lessons endure

Annex reopens as business accelerator

Pattern of misconduct prompts three-year Phi Delta Theta suspension

Bishop Battles

October reunion and alumni game celebrate 60 Years of OWU lacrosse

OWU Timescapes

Sticking Rock and Soaking Rock

Comfort Zones

Darrell Albon – 109 Merrick Hall

Gifts and Gratitude

Bixler memorial scholarship honors passion for learning and teaching

Robbins endowment in Bahrick’s honor announced at Psychology reunion

OWU Connection

On a mission to Moab: Travel-learning course contrasts environments

Faculty Notes

Winter 2019 Faculty Notes

Alumni Happenings

2018 Homecoming & Family Weekend

Class Notes

Winter 2019 Class Notes

Winter 2019 Class Notes photos

Haycock established foundry and cast metal programs, elevated art

Livingston returned to academia for second career

OWU’s 12th president and first lady, Thomas and Nancy Wenzlau

Robbins defined neuroscience at OWU

Notice of public comment

The Final Word

The Beale Street Six – by Charles V. Brown ’58 and Verrick O. French ’60

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