By | 11/27/2017 4:05pm
On May 5, 2017, Otterbein transitioned from the use of Google applications to Microsoft’s Office 365. For students, faculty and staff, this meant that everyone’s email accounts, calendars and contacts migrated over to the new email service called ...
Imagine being stressed about your next exam. You go to the library, and sit down in a booth with your study partner: your mom.
Kaila Kullgren lives by a theory: everything we do in life costs us a spoon. Taking a shower, hanging out with friends or even walking from the bedroom to the kitchen take energy. But Kaila must pick and choose how she spends her days. As a young 19-year-old ...
Otterbein art professor Amanda Kline has shown this feat to be not only manageable, but something to excel at. Her creative talent is shown through her staged photographs and performative videos.
Otterbein senior, Ashley Parker, biked almost 4,000 miles across the country with a program called Bike & Build and created friendships that will last a lifetime.
Maya walked to the bus station, the warm, sticky air of Singapore hanging over her. A slight breeze cooled her face as the sounds and symbols of Mandarin Chinese circled her brain after her kumon, or tutoring, lesson.
Faculty and administrators responded to questions about room and board costs, employee bonuses and the presidential search at the town hall meeting Nov. 10.
Otterbein’s art department offers more than 10 concentrations for art majors. This leads to a variety of career paths for students from advertising to wedding photography.