Otterbein's radio station WOBN 97.5 participates in annual World College Radio Day.
Otterbein students were confronted with a suspected bomb threat on the same day as the Central Ohio disaster response drill. Students took to Twitter to ask if the suspected bomb threat announced by Otterbein police was real or part of the drill.
The Otterbein Campus Center hosts the 2016-2017 school year’s annual First Friday Festival. The First Friday Festival is a mix of organizations and local business getting to know to potential customers and members during a three-hour event.
The Odyssey has come to Otterbein. No, not the ancient tale that was forced upon on us in high school, but rather the student-written online news source.
The Otterbein University Department of Music held their ‘One World, One Voice’ performance this past Sunday night in the Riley Auditorium.
According to Heidi Ballard, an associate professor in the school of Sociology and Anthropology, locking away a mentally ill person in the United States costs around 75,000 dollars a year on the federal prison system.
Contrary to the look and feel of both Republican debates, the Democratic debate hosted by CNN this past Tuesday showed what a real, topic driven debate should look like.
The top 15 candidates, in terms of polling numbers met Sept. 16 at the Reagan National Library to discuss the issues important to the country; many ended up fighting over history and showed disdain for the idea of answering questions.