On this week's rewind, hear about The Promise House Swipes Program and Hannah Brown's thoughts on racial equality at Otterbein.
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President John Comerford provided substantive updates on his plan to create a system of independent universities during an April 7 town hall meeting.
First off, before I start I want to say one thing: Racism is still prevalent on college campuses. I have spoken to many alumni and students of color, and they suggested many points for what racial equity could look like on a college campus.
Through hosting a dance marathon this year, Otterthon was able to raise $8,000 for the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. This hospital delivers crucial life-saving treatments and healthcare services to children and their families in the local area.
As another school year comes to a close, Otterbein University’s Student Government (OUSG) needed new representatives from the student body to fill positions. The ballot forms for the spring election were sent out early in March, and the results are in. As of March 27, 2022, the new occupants of the positions are as follows.
On this week's episode, hear about Otterbein selling 40 acre land and tickets to Otterbein home baseball and softball games.
Terri Jones worked as the administrative assistant for Otterbein's Counseling Center, but she was so much more than that to the people who worked with her. Her love for her co-workers, the students who came to the center, and the university made her more than just another face on campus.
The Promise House SWIPES Program has started collecting meal swipe donations. Students can donate up to 10 swipes this semester.
There will be a wide spectrum of cord colors at the Otterbein University class of 2022 commencement as at least 11 different departments will giving out cords.
Today, April 28, marks the end of our academic year of coverage at Otterbein University for the 2022 spring semester.
For most Otterbein students, having an extra day last weekend was beneficial because they could have utilized it to catch up on work, spend time with friends and family, or relax before finals began. Students only had that day (Friday, April 15th) off, though, because it was Good Friday, a Christian holiday.
On this week's show, here about Sean Money entering his 15th season on WOBN airways and the Otterbein Ramadan Food Drive
Registration is a stressful time for students as they have to plan their next semester. Adding to the stress this year was the recurring crash of Self-Service Banner, the online platform Otterbein students use to register for their classes.
Otterbein University's LGBTQIA+ student organization on campus, FreeZone, will be putting on the Other Prom on Friday, April 8 from 7:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. in the Fisher Gallery in Roush Hall.
The vacant field located to the south of The Point on Cooper Road is going to stay vacant for the time being.
On April 3, the Student Composers Concert of Original Works was held at Riley Auditorium, allowing composition students from Otterbein's Department of Music to present their original works, which included solos, chamber music, and electro-acoustic music produced and performed by students.
On this week's Wildcard Weekly Rewind, here about some of the activities you can take part in right here in Westerville and Otterbein Senate's discussion of potentially adding a new major.
Otterbein’s next university senate meeting will take place in the Riley Auditorium on Wednesday, April 6 at 4 p.m.
With Ramadan starting on April 2, Otterbein University's Center for Community Engagements (CCE) office is now partnering with the Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) with the goal of collecting non-perishable food items to provide to families in central Columbus.
The time for seniors to prepare for graduation is right around the corner. Otterbein’s graduating class of 2022 is encouraged to attend this year’s Grad Fair on Wednesday, April 6 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Campus Center.