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Although the Health Center is closed, there are still multiple resources at students’ disposal in regard to their sexual health needs. Some of these resources are on campus, while others have been outsourced.
Previously known as the African American Student Union, the Black Student Union completed a rebrand at the end of the fall semester of 2022.
Otterbein Theatre Department’s production of “Our Town” extends run after damage to Fritsche Theatre forces last-minute location change
A play once scheduled to perform in a theater seating 1,047 will now take place in a black box theater seating only 244.
Correction: This story states that Clippinger Hall had its heat restored. This was deemed incorrect and was removed from the article.
Several academic, administrative and residence halls experienced heating issues over the weekend and into this week due to a boiler and heating system malfunction.
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In their new roles as Chief Diversity Officer and Director of the Office of Social Justice and Activism, Jeff King and Dr. Frank Dobson Jr., respectively, are striving to create a beloved community where all Otterbein student voices are heard and represented.
The Otterbein football team has a low number of players on its roster despite the efforts of players and coaches to recruit and retain new students.
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For the past few years, Otterbein's recreational sports outlet has been dormant. However, Otterbein’s sports management program has started to develop two programs for all of their students to partake in.
Campus housing occupancy has been steadily increasing since a large drop in the fall of 2020.
The future of theater and live shows were uncertain post-COVID, but recent studies have shown that the job market for graduating theatre majors is actually growing.
On Wednesday, Nov. 2, the Otterbein Police Department announced that they had eliminated their night shift due to staffing issues. Starting Sunday, Nov. 6, at 12:01 a.m., the Westerville Police Department began responding to all emergency situations on campus during the night.
During a recent visit to Otterbein University on Oct. 25, the family of Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz warned students of the dangers of hazing. Foltz died on March 7, 2021, of fatal alcohol intoxication caused by a hazing ritual.
A rigorous spring semester course load for sophomore nursing students has led nursing faculty to alter the program's curriculum to lighten students' academic workload.
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.
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(Warning: This article contains mentions of depression and suicide, albeit in the context of an urban legend)