Fans of Otterbein University's baseball and softball teams will no longer be able to get into home games for free.
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As the nightly music rotation wraps up on 97.5 WOBN, Otterbein’s student radio, sound cues fill the station’s airwaves. “Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls...IT'S MONEY’S MORNING SHOW!” The booth is electrified with excitement in the early morning hours as student-staff member Moneypenny wakes up not only the whole campus, but the Westerville community as well.
On this week's show, hear about Otterbein alumni reporting on historic events and TandCMedia winning awards with the ONMA
Are you ever looking for something to do while on campus? Here are some activities you can do around campus that are affordable and available to anyone younger than 21.
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.
After years of delays, construction company Corna Kokosing began phase one of the renovation of the Campus Center on March 28 at Otterbein University.
With spring coming around the corner, Plan-it Earth will be featured at the multi-event festival hosted by Otterbein's Center for Community Engagement to increase involvement and educate students on bettering the environment.
Hosting a basketball game or any athletic event on campus may seem like a trivial task, but it takes strategic planning and hard work to make sure it is successful. The man responsible for that success is Skip Ford.
"It's terrifying," said Rachelle Moses when describing showing her art at the senior art showcase beginning on March 28, "It's really cool though."
There is never a routine day for Otterbein University President John Comerford. Acting as university president means he is no stranger to dedicating some of his time to off-campus commitments.
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.
The Promise House at Otterbein implemented a new mobile shopping form last fall inspired by COVID-19 restrictions during the 2020-2021 school year.
T&C Media has won four awards from the Ohio News Media Association (ONMA) in their 2022 Ohio Collegiate Newspaper and Website Competition.
On this week's show, hear about the lifted mask mandate and Otterbein Women's basketball.
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.
President John Comerford unveiled his plan to create a system of independent universities during a town hall meeting Feb. 17. The ultimate goal of the system is to pool the resources of several universities and provide access to more student opportunities than any single small campus can offer.
On this week's show hear about Otterbein's relationship with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and the Otterbein Nursing Program.
Otterbein University has lifted the mask mandate that has been part of everyday campus life since fall 2020.
Otterbein University does not have any regular costs that they would pay to the Westerville Fire Department including calls that resulted in false alarms.