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.
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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 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.
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.
Otterbein University's strong emphasis on the leadership process allows students to participate in a variety of programs, one being the Van Sant Leadership Program.
Otterbein’s next show, "Something Rotten," is a musical comedy that will be performed at the Fritsche Theater in Cowan Hall.
When people think about sororities and fraternities, they often associate it with parties, perfectly curated Instagram profiles, philanthropy, inclusivity and life-long friendship. While these are all great components of Greek life, this image is not always an accurate representation of Otterbein's campus.
Every year on the third Monday in January, Americans not only take the holiday and enjoy it as a day off, but they also commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to the civil rights movement. Additionally, Americans take this opportunity to reflect on the work that remains to be done for racial equality in the United States and around the world. This year, Otterbein University has stated that instead of holding its traditional MLK convocation, the Office of Social Justice and Activism, along with other campus offices, will conduct smaller events to commemorate King's legacy, one of which will be the Pack the Mac event.
Staying on campus is not an option that every college student has. Despite the fact that Otterbein University has a student-run association and a commuter service to help students connect on campus, join organizations and stay informed about various topics, some students still struggle to keep up with their college lives because their home environment has influenced their school career and ability to come to campus.