With the beginning of spring comes the topic concerning every student’s mind: scheduling. This season, however, changes will be coming to the course catalog that will effectively merge classes together, making a class seem to “disappear.”
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Local author and activist Donte Woods-Spikes spoke at Otterbein about racial injustice he had faced in Ohio.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind February 23
When people think about sororities and fraternities, they often associate it with parties, perfectly curated Instagram profiles, philanthropy, inclusivity and life-long friendship. While these are all great components of Greek life, this image is not always an accurate representation of Otterbein's campus.
The Otterbein women's basketball team, coached by Diana Noles, finished their 2021-22 campaign with a record of 18-7 overall and a 12-5 record in the Ohio Athletic Conference. Noles, a 2004 Otterbein graduate, has now completed her third season as the head coach of the team.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind February 16
Having a roommate can be one of the most stressful things about college. Unless you are already friends, a roommate is usually a stranger, most likely in a different major or different student organization than you.
Otterbein spring student-athletes' seasons will return back to normal after fall sports were delayed due to COVID-19 restrictions last year.
The housing selection process is once again on the radar of every student at Otterbein. When it comes to forms, priority points and lots of emails, this process can be daunting and confusing.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium - known nationwide for the many television appearances of its former director, Jack Hanna, and better known to Otterbein University students through its relationship with our Zoo & Conservation Science program - lost its accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums last December after allegations regarding its handling of its animals and finances surfaced.
After canceling their January show, the Otterbein improv troupe is ready to get back to performing after the delay of their spring 2022 appearance. The first show of the spring semester will be held on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 8:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Pit Theatre.
Otterbein's President's Cabinet began the process of looking into various innovative proposals at the most recent Senate meeting Feb. 4.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind February 9: Church of the Master and Otterbein Theatre
When I arrived at Otterbein’s campus as a senior in high school, I knew it was the perfect place for me. I look back on that day and wonder where the time has gone. How am I already about to graduate? How am I going to live without Otterbein and the Communication Department?
When walking into the Otterbein Thrift Shop, an odd sort of nostalgia hits. It’s like visiting grandma’s old, distinctive-smelling house. The interior is jam-packed with items hanging on racks and stacked on shelves. It’s clear that donations have been heavy.
The U.S. Supreme Court will discuss the future of affirmative action, which strives to increase the representation of people of color in colleges and universities, both public and private. With the potential of affirmative action being eradicated within the court’s next term, this could mean many changes for the enrollment process at Otterbein and other universities around the country.
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.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind February 3: Political Campaigns and Senior Reflection