"Sophomore slaughter" semester for nursing students will be lighter for students this upcoming semester as the nursing faculty and staff have made changes to the curriculum to reduce student stress and anxiety.
President Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan allows some students to be eligible for up to $20,000 while others are only eligible for $10,000.
Recent Otterbein graduate, and host of Retrospection Radio Theatre, Noah Martin has won the Columbus Podcasting Award for Podcast of the Year.
In their new roles as Chief Diversity Officer and Director of the Office of Social Justice and Activism, Jeff King and Dr. Frank Dobson Jr., respectively, are striving to create a beloved community where all Otterbein student voices are heard and represented.
After a drop in the number of students living on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic, the on-campus population has once again surpassed 50% of the student body. Otterbein has goals of reaching 55% in the near future.
The Foltz family, whose son Stone died in March of 2021 as a result of a hazing ritual, visited campus to tell their story and educate the campus on both hazing and alcohol intake.
After recruiting 88 new players to the team in 2021, Otterbein's football team only brought in 24 new players in 2022.
Women's cross country returns experience, while the men have eyes set on a fourth straight nationals appearance.
The T&C staff looks at four different pizza locations in the Westerville community, rating them on their appearance and taste.