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The Campus Center problems have frustrated students for a while, but particularly this semester. Two different Otterbein presidents have held meetings discussing the renovations for the Campus Center, but as of now, no changes have been made. President Kathy Krendl’s administration hired an architect who made plans for the renovation; however, the university did not have enough money to follow through with these plans. When President John Comerford entered office in 2018, he inherited these problems. Although he has proposed several plans to the Board of Trustees, nothing definitive has been decided yet.
As over 8.3 million viewers tuned in to watch the Democratic Presidential Debate and politicians banter on the stage at Otterbein, an outsider would assume the University is home to a multi-million-dollar event center. However, those familiar with the Rike Center would know that this is far from true.
It has been almost two years since residents gathered outside Westerville City Hall to support the police department after the murders of Officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering, but that support continues today.
The Westerville City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting unlawful discrimination of all people.
Rain fell from the sky, making the summer air hot and sticky as Morgan Williams stood in front of the Lincoln Memorial on July 4, 2019. She watched in awe as the Blue Angels flew back over the memorial as the final notes of God Bless the U.S.A. played out.
This year’s dance concert features 23 dancers and is filled with choreography selections from Pulse, Beethoven on Broadway, Spotlight, and more.
The stress of college can heighten mental health problems for students.
The Otterbein University Senate approved the new academic calendar for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Otterbein’s dining services, Parkhurst Dining, experienced a hot water break that resulted in the Cardinal's Nest closing for lunch hours.
The Otterbein Cardinals look to end their football season with a win as they battle the Wilmington Quakers Saturday afternoon.
This semester, Otterbein students have had the opportunity to sign up for Handshake, a professional website to find jobs, internships and more based on their personal interests. When students create an account through Otterbein, their majors and GPAs are automatically connected to their profile. The next step for students is filling out their job interests and experience. After submitting this information, students are given a bunch of jobs and internships based on the information they provided, streamlining the process for students.
The Cardinals narrowly lost the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament to the polar bears of Ohio Northern.
Otterbein University Student Government (OUSG) held a meeting with a panel of Parkhurst Dining representatives to discuss students' concerns with the new food service provider.
Otterbein's most enrolled majors are nursing, allied health and psychology, matching national trends that indicate the most popular majors are ones in the field of healthcare.
The Cardinals' fall season continues after both soccer teams and the volleyball team won on Thursday night, advancing them to the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournament finals.
Otterbein’s women's soccer and volleyball teams started their Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournaments strong after dominating in the regular season.
Quentin Smith, who shot and killed Westerville police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering in February 2018, was found guilty on all charges by a jury on Friday.
The Otterbein Cardinals earned another win on the season by taking down the rival Capital Crusaders in Bexley, Ohio.