Otterbein’s spring musical, “The Full Monty,” has been the talk of campus this semester for one reason: nudity. Otterbein actors Connor Allston and Kevin Thiel talk about their feelings toward being naked in front of an audience and what goes into making sure the audience doesn’t see too much.
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Brodie Ranzau is a freshman biochemistry and molecular biology major -- he is also a musician. He is a member of Otterbein's marching band, the wind ensemble and the symphonic band. Occasionally, he plays an unconventional-looking instrument that has gained him recognition on campus. It is an instrument that he hand-built from PVC pipes.
Otterbein University spent almost two and a half times more on recruiting male athletes than on female athletes in 2012.
With springtime practically here, Otterbein is bustling with major upcoming events. Otterbein360’s coverage gives an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes.
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Otterbein men’s lacrosse defeated John Carroll 15-7 at Memorial Stadium to pick up win number six of the season, and their first ever school win in Ohio Athletic Conference history.
Disney princesses, Mickey Mouse and Marvel superheroes will have a prominent role in Otterbein’s Relay for Life this May.
Every spring, all senior art students participate in the “Senior Art Exhibit”, where each week a small group of students curates a collection of their artwork to be featured in Miller Gallery. Megan Bock, a senior art student with a concentration in photography and visual communication, is one of the artists featured in this week’s Senior Art Exhibit, “Exploring Chaos“. Bock talks about her journey as a photographer and explains the meaning behind her art.
Otterbein’s student composition recital gives students a chance to showcase the music they have written and composed. Amy Gadd and Adam Garner gave Otterbein360 a behind the scenes look at the composition process.
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Otterbein’s incoming provost plans to take his time to get to know the students and community before taking on the issues that Otterbein faces.
The Central Ohio Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and Region 4 Society of Professional Journalists honored Otterbein360 at two award ceremonies this weekend. The two honors were awarded to news editor Anna Schiffbauer and Otterbein360 for efforts to obtain records from the Otterbein Police Department.
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The Vernon L. Pack Distinguished Lecture Series is bringing world-renowned novelist Salman Rushdie to Otterbein. Rushdie has won the Booker Prize and has also been knighted. The significance of his visit to campus has to do with his history with controversy regarding issues such as free speech.
What began as a hobby for an Otterbein professor is now a way to bring awareness to charities that support medical research. Jeffrey Vasiloff, adviser of Otterbein’s Pre-Health Honor Society and assistant professor of anatomy and physiology, is currently working to raise awareness for these charities by organizing a concert that will be at Otterbein.
Otterbein University plans to begin charging a $100 student life fee starting next year. As an Otterbein student, here are some questions to consider:
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As residents of a small city, many Otterbein students may believe that they have distanced themselves from the influence of narcotics. However, the number of people using heroin is rising in urban, rural and suburban regions across the U.S., including Westerville.
Otterbein hosted a religious scholar to speak about Islam, early American politicians and women in Islam.
Otterbein students will pay a new fee next year in order to increase activities and access to counseling on campus.