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The Otterbein football team, who is now 0-3 on the season, dropped a close 14-7 game to #14 John Carroll to continue homecoming weekend for the Cardinals.
For the past 38 years, Becky Smith was the mastermind behind making Homecoming happen. T&C reached out to Smith after her recent retirement.
Imagine the following: The Division III Otterbein Cardinals men’s basketball team bussing over to downtown Columbus to face off against the Ohio State Buckeyes at the Schottenstein Center. This image quickly changes to a grimacing thought of Division I athletes wiping the floor with our beloved Cardinals.
It’s about 9 a.m. on Homecoming morning, and some of “Owls” (members of the Sigma Alpha Tau sorority) are meeting for breakfast to fuel up before the big day. About a week ago, the sororities on-campus were busy prepping their floats for the annual Homecoming parade. It’s tradition for each sorority and fraternity to come up with a theme for their float, with T-shirts and apparel to match.
Otterbein volleyball looks to continue their six-game win streak this week at home against Kenyon on Wednesday and #8 Wittenberg on Friday.
Otterbein University will host the fourth Democratic presidential debate on Oct. 15 and 16.
A fall season (and semester) is here, which means every team gets a new chance. While some of Otterbein's fall sports teams look to bounce back from disappointing campaigns, others look to emulate last season's performance.
In an email sent to the Otterbein community Wednesday morning, Otterbein Executive Director of Marketing and Communications Roberto Ponce shared the details of the services honoring Nigel Chatman.
Otterbein University’s affiliation with the United Methodist Church (UMC) will continue following the church’s Special General Conference this past February.
Otterbein men's basketball faces off against Franklin Saturday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
T&C Media is wrapping up for the academic year. Here is an overview of some stories to expect in the last weeks and changes to expect next semester.
Starting life in a new place can be difficult, and college is no different. Most of you are on your own for the first time, miles away from home, with no real physical connection to anyone you know. Some of you are a mere 15 minutes away from home, still trying to navigate what it means to pursue a higher education and where your majors will take you in the future.
Otterbein University is celebrating its 172 Commencement on April 28, 2019. The speaker for this year is Chairman, President and CEO of American Electrical Power (AEP) Nicholas Akins. As the ceremony draws near, graduating students are wrapping up their last year at Otterbein.
John Comerford, Otterbein University’s 21 president, has brought a considerable amount of change to campus since he began in July.