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Otterbein’s Theatre Department will be performing Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” for their upcoming play.
Title: The Wildcard Weekly Rewind
Two tenured Otterbein faculty members will be laid off after the 21-22 academic year, a move that faculty leaders say is a violation of tenure.
The athletic training department at Otterbein University has been resilient in its comeback from COVID-19, but has undergone changes in attempts to accommodate students.
With the start of the Otterbein football season only a couple weeks away, it might be interesting to get some perspective from one of the best football players in Ohio State history, who later played eight years in the NFL.
Otterbein’s theatre program has been preparing for their upcoming show, Into a Lamplit Room: The Songs of Kurt Wiell, while facing adversity from COVID-19 restrictions.
Otterbein University is putting plans forward to create Uptown West, a mixed-use development on the vacant land next to the Arts and Communications Building called Braun Farm, as well as a new campus building similar to The Point.
The Campus Center renovation that students have been waiting for is on hold indefinitely.
Earlier this year, President Comerford released a tentative strategic plan schedule that outlines the priorities Otterbein plans to tackle within the next few years.
Due to COVID-19 protocol, Otterbein’s Reslife has developed a new plan for the 2021 housing selection process.
Almost one year after the COVID-19 pandemic started, students are still adjusting to the online learning format.
Raquel Warner, an Otterbein women’s track and field athlete, is hopeful for her final season, utilizing her eligibility granted from the NCAA's COVID-19 plan.
President John Comerford released a long-term strategic plan to make Otterbein more relevant, inclusive and affordable to fight against obstacles created by the coronavirus.
As COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming more accessible in Ohio, nursing students on campus are starting to receive the vaccine.
Ever since the first sorority at Otterbein was founded in 1910, they have been a popular way for young women to get involved on campus.
The Promise House, Otterbein’s student-led resource center and food pantry, is facing a higher demand for its services during COVID-19.
Otterbein students and faculty react to the Biden Administration considering its unique start.
Otterbein required that all students get tested for COVID-19 before they were going to return to campus, but allowed them to attend classes before getting their results back.