$20 can get you a long way in Uptown Westerville—even in this economy. With graduation and the end of the semester approaching, Amy and I took some time to have a celebratory friend-date. The challenge: spend $20 or less for both of us.
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It’s been a busy year for Chief Diversity Officer, Jeff King, and Director of the Office of Social Justice and Activism, Frank Dobson Jr.
According to a Protect the Nest email update released on Monday, March 13, Otterbein plans to lift its campus-wide COVID-19 guidelines on May 11.
According to the Feb. 3 Board of Trustees Report, bi-weekly pay for students was confirmed by Student Trustees Yasmeen Khafagy and Madelyn Nelson, who confirmed with Vice President for Business Affairs Susan Bolt to implement the change in the fall 2023 semester.
On Feb. 21 from 6:30-7:30 PM in the Campus Center, Otterbein will host an open mic night to celebrate Black History Month.
Experimental and ethereal, the Hinge Ensemble proved that any sound can tell a descriptive story. The Boston-based quartet visited Otterbein University to perform two lively concerts in the Riley Auditorium on Feb. 10.
On Feb. 9, Otterbein’s Governance Town Hall covered updates from President John Comerford on the winter Board of Trustees meeting, updates from various assembly chairs, and other questions posed by the Otterbein community.
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.
It’s Friday night, you’re exhausted from classes, and you can’t be bothered to eat at the CC for the umpteenth time this week. A classic cheese pizza is calling your name, but where will you find this classic 'za in Westerville, Ohio?
After months of planning, auditions, and rehearsals, the Otterbein Theatre Department delivered their unique adaptation of Steven Sondheim’s musical A Little Night Music.
Student burnout has become an academic epidemic in recent years. With midterms approaching, many students are struggling to balance their academic and extracurricular commitments with their mental and physical wellbeing.
Dating is expensive, but it doesn’t have to be in Uptown Westerville. If you’re lucky to be in love this semester, you might find yourself in a bind trying to figure out how to have meaningful dates with your significant other without breaking the bank. And, if you’re enjoying singlehood, you may be looking to break out of the routine ice cream or movie outings with your friends. I took my best friend, Matthew, out on the town to see what’s happening in Uptown on a Saturday morning, and we were pleasantly surprised at what we found: a vintage pop-up market, a coffee truck, and a rather odd vending machine.