Student burnout has become an academic epidemic in recent years. With midterms approaching, many students are struggling to balance their academic and extracurricular commitments with their mental and physical wellbeing.
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On this week's rewind find out more about Otterbein's new healthcare partnership with Mount Carmel and get up to date on Cardinal Sport News!
Welcome to the Wildcard Weekly Rewind!
After initially announcing his intent to create a system of independent universities in February, July saw Otterbein President John Comerford announce that Antioch University had become Otterbein’s first partner in this new endeavor. Questions still remain, though, about what this system is and why it’s being established in the first place.
On this week's rewind, hear about Otterbein Women's Volleyball and more Cardinal sport news.
This fall, Otterbein is partnering with Mount Carmel to offer medical care for students. Mount Carmel plans to provide virtual and in-person options for Otterbein students, while Otterbein’s physical health center will be closed for the semester.
The Clements House, located at 111 N. West St in Westerville, was listed for sale in July of this year.
Dating is expensive, but it doesn’t have to be in Uptown Westerville. If you’re lucky to be in love this semester, you might find yourself in a bind trying to figure out how to have meaningful dates with your significant other without breaking the bank. And, if you’re enjoying singlehood, you may be looking to break out of the routine ice cream or movie outings with your friends. I took my best friend, Matthew, out on the town to see what’s happening in Uptown on a Saturday morning, and we were pleasantly surprised at what we found: a vintage pop-up market, a coffee truck, and a rather odd vending machine.
On this week's rewind, hear about Otterbein Student Government's new class representatives and Otterbein's new healthcare partnership with Mount Carmel.
Head coach Tyler Stephen is heading into his sixth year as the men's tennis coach and his fifth year as the women's coach.
Volleyball wrapped up the 2021 season with a 25-6 overall record and 7-2 within the OAC. Assistant coach Josie Andres said, "We did pretty well coming off of COVID season, we came out as the runner-up conference champs so we have big expectations coming into the fall. Throughout last season, we set records on how many sets we won in a row and how many matches we won in a row for our program. Sets in a row was a record throughout the OAC and then we ended up making it the furthest our program ever had, going to the Sweet 16."
Head coach Brian Booher is heading into his seventh year as the men's coach and his eighth year as the women's coach. He's looking forward to another OAC Championship this fall.
Entering his sixth year as the assistant head coach, Thomas Bambach expressed excitement about the fall season. “We are adding student athletes who can contribute right away, and we are adding others who I think have a lot of potential and a lot of upsides."
"We had a really good year," said Head Coach Jason Griffiths, now in his fifth season coaching for Otterbein. "We tied for the conference with John Carroll and then lost in the championship game of the tournament."
After a tough 2021 season and the team pulling out a victory against cross-town rival Capital University, Assistant Head Coach Allan Moore is excited for fall practice with the new class of recruits.
For many freshmen, this is the first time that you have ever been away from home for an extended period of time. Many of you will learn how to do laundry for the first time in the next few weeks; believe me, this is a widespread problem. You’ll set the fire alarm off a few times learning to cook in the dorm kitchens – it’s a rite of passage.
On this week's rewind, hear about The Promise House Swipes Program and Hannah Brown's thoughts on racial equality at Otterbein.
President John Comerford provided substantive updates on his plan to create a system of independent universities during an April 7 town hall meeting.
First off, before I start I want to say one thing: Racism is still prevalent on college campuses. I have spoken to many alumni and students of color, and they suggested many points for what racial equity could look like on a college campus.
Through hosting a dance marathon this year, Otterthon was able to raise $8,000 for the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. This hospital delivers crucial life-saving treatments and healthcare services to children and their families in the local area.