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With the new House of Black Culture scheduled to welcome its first residents in spring semester, we look back at the origins of the Butler A. Jones house and the sanctuary it provided then and now.
For his 50th reunion in May, novelist and columnist Richard North Patterson ’68 presented an examination of some of the common themes of division and discord spanning the decades.
A photo essay by Mark Schmitter ’12 of a few of the travel-learning experiences had by OWU students this summer, with visits to Northern Ireland, Paris, England, and Italy.
After spending decades in a Delaware home’s crawl space, World War I pins and rank bars belonging to an OWU family were returned thanks to a curious alumnus.
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From the JAYwalk
Gifts and Gratitude
The Final Word
The Only Way to Be a Great Dancer – by Paul Schimmel ’62, Ph.D.