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Asymptomatic testing for COVID-19 has been implemented on Otterbein’s campus in hopes to keep the case numbers down.
With the November election a week away, voter registration is now closed. Some students who do not live where they are registered are presented a confusing situation of where they can vote.
The head coach of Otterbein’s women lacrosse team is embracing her new environment and looking to build success on the field.
Otterbein’s Greek Life plans to refund chapters their dues from the spring 2020 semester.
Jacob Tiell is entering his last year as an Otterbein student-athlete, and it is certainly a bittersweet moment in his eyes.
Otterbein head golf coach Brian Booher is building on the tradition of success at Otterbein by developing relationships with players on and off the course.
As the world continues to find new ways to deal with COVID-19 and evolve during this process, Otterbein University finds itself in the difficult stages of deciding which programs and courses it needs to discontinue.
Otterbein athletes are currently training on campus for a season that is of uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video Production is a mandatory class for journalism and media communication students at Otterbein University. It is a hands-on class that teaches students what goes into creating a video clip for a news segment or a YouTube video. With COVID-19 affecting universities across the country, professors must find new ways to teach college students how to design, shoot and edit video projects. Often times, students would get the chance to announce sporting events or operate the cameras for the games, but with no fall sports at the moment, new mediums of instruction must be developed.
Otterbein student Whitney Burton makes music in hopes to keep the legacy alive of a late friend.
Public health experts say college students who test positive for COVID-19 should stay where they are instead of traveling home, and President John Comerford agrees.
Otterbein student athletes feel like the unwritten rules of baseball are becoming more relevant in the game due to the increasing competitiveness involved.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Resident Assistants on campus are being asked to do more than their original job description, but they haven’t seen a raise in their pay.
We have all sacrificed to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe during this pandemic.
From behind protective face coverings, chants of “Black lives matter!” echoed through the streets of Columbus.