Tonight, Otterbein Theatre and Dance Department performs Shakespeare for the first time in 16 years in Cowan Hall with its production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
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Last Thursday at Otterbein University Student Government’s (OUSG) General Assembly, dorm renovations and wellness opportunities for students were the top points of discussion.
Last November, Ohio became the twenty fourth state to legalize marijuana, but if you are living in an Otterbein housing facility, there might be some limits on where smoking can be practiced.
Beginning on January 8, I start my role as editor-in-chief of T&C Media. I am excited to take on this position, as I have been with T&C Media for more than two years and have worked with incredible leadership in that time.
After student actors and actresses were pushed out by water damage last year, they finally take center stage in Fritsche Theater for the first production of the semester.
Hey Cards! Homecoming is this week, so make sure you get ready for it by listening to this playlist made with homecoming on the mind.
As Otterbein fraternities and sororities wrap up their recruitment period, the hard decisions come to the surface for the leaders of these Greek life organizations. For many hopeful potential new members, this is their opportunity to meet new people, join philanthropy, and be involved on campus.
It’s a busy time for college students; finals will be passed, rooms will be cleared and packed, and “see-you-laters” will be said before the three-month summer break.
With the growing importance of student representation on college campuses, students at Ohio Atheltic Conference (OAC) schools are making their voices heard for inclusivity and change.
One of the first pieces of advice college students hear when they step onto campus is that joining student organizations is a great way to make friends and contribute to the overall wellness of campus. Otterbein has more than 83 such organizations where students can find a sense of community. Still, though, students involved in these groups find how little the Otterbein University Student Government interacts with them to be confusing.
As Otterbein's 2023 spring semester reaches full swing, the Otterbein University Student Government is preparing for a semester of duty for the student body. The members of OUSG plan to hit the ground running from last semester, in their efforts to represent their peers.
In August 2022, President Joe Biden announced a federal student loan forgiveness plan that is expected to cost $400 billion, according to the National Public Radio. The Department of Education plans to offer $20,000 worth of student debt for Pell grant recipients with loans from the Department of Education, and $10,000 in loan relief for non-Pell grant recipients.
Otterbein's first African American homecoming queen and king reflect on their experiences and push for change
With homecoming week rapidly approaching, it’s always nice to look back on the history of Otterbein. Alumni and current students alike reflect on homecoming royalty of the past. Specifically, many students remember the historic Otterbein homecoming king and queen of the class of 2003.
This fall, Otterbein is partnering with Mount Carmel to offer medical care for students. Mount Carmel plans to provide virtual and in-person options for Otterbein students, while Otterbein’s physical health center will be closed for the semester.
Last weekend, The Ohio Redistricting Commission took up the task of reshaping the districts to satisfy both political parties. Two independent mapmakers who were hired by the commission revealed their first attempts of the maps on Saturday, but they are still working hard to meet their deadline of Monday night.
When Julia Bennati was just a girl, her parents Jim and Debbie hauled her to local thrift stores and antique markets all across the country in search of unique items. Family vacations to Florida were spent in the car, hunting for antiques instead of at white-sand beaches.
Otterbein’s biochemistry and molecular biology program has prepared many students for graduate school outside of Westerville. Otterbein alumni Hannah Bailey and Brodie Ranzau are both continuing their studies over 2,000 miles away.
With COVID-19 numbers higher than ever and the emergence of new strains like the Omicron variant, Ohio colleges are looking for ways to best protect their students. One of the ways Otterbein University is preparing to limit the spread among students is to temporarily close the dining hall and offer to-go meals for students.