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Otterbein’s various departments continue to provide students with quality services despite increased costs and a global pandemic.
The Otterbein class of 2025 musical theatre program assembled in Cowan Hall on Friday, August 20 after being chastised by alumni through Facebook.
With the number of Afghan refugees expected to increase in central Ohio, one organization is looking to Otterbein for interns and help.
Staying on campus is not an option that every college student has. Despite the fact that Otterbein University has a student-run association and a commuter service to help students connect on campus, join organizations and stay informed about various topics, some students still struggle to keep up with their college lives because their home environment has influenced their school career and ability to come to campus.
On Oct. 28, 2020, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Presidents Council issued a blanket eligibility waiver granting all 2020-2021 student-athletes an additional year of athletic eligibility. About 20 Cardinals, who are either enrolled in an Otterbein graduate program or taking a fifth year to finish their bachelor’s degree, are competing this academic year under the waiver as of September 2021.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind Dec. 10: New Staff and Holiday Traditions
The Otterbein Nursing Department has been impacted by nurses deciding to work in schools rather than hospitals.
The OAC (Ohio Athletic Conference) announced their 2021 All-OAC Teams for men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball with 16 Cardinals bringing home awards.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind: Preventing Campus Violence and Vaccine Mandates
The Otterbein women's golf team celebrates as they recently completed their fall play in October, finishing second overall.
Blackboard is one of the most commonly used websites for online learning. With over 19,000 schools and organizations using Blackboard, it might seem obvious why we use it here, yet it can have its problems.
Otterbein students are required to take seven integrative studies (INST) courses over four years and one first-year experience course. INST courses are not fun and seemingly require more work than major/minor classes.
Students at Otterbein University have to be either vaccinated or have an approved religious or medical exemption form to register for classes in the 2022 spring semester. This choice that was made by Otterbein is for the betterment of the University.
There has been some debate over businesses' decisions to enact vaccine mandates during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind: Collins Law and Student Government
The Otterbein wrestling team is ready to get back to normal and head into the 2021-22 season after a shortened season last year.
Otterbein students with new ideas can lead to new clubs on campus. What does this look like for students seeking this opportunity?
Otterbein's CCRT (coordinated community response team) is coordinating with the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Resource Center will begin to implement the strategies they have been working on since 2020.
The Wildcard Weekly Rewind: Cross Country and Ghost Stories