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After getting dropped off in a parking lot in Japan, then being tasked with building a field hospital made of tents and operating rooms became a fellow Otterbein student's mission. This was the reality of junior nursing major Joanne Theresa “JT” Davis and her medical unit during summer 2021 simulation training.
After Mike Gibbons, a Republican candidate for Ohio's open U.S. Senate seat, used Memorial Stadium to record a commercial, students have expressed mixed feelings about the use of Otterbein facilities by political entities.
When I first started looking at colleges, I found myself drawn to Capital University. I told this to my AP Calculus teacher - an Otterbein alum - who convinced me that if I liked Capital, I would like Otterbein better. She was right.
For the past ten years, the Otterbein community has benefited from the Church of the Master's (COTM) Monday Morning Coffee (MMC) ministry. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., anyone is welcome to step through the red doors and grab a donut and a cup of coffee. The team is always ready to serve outdoors or indoors, depending on the weather.
Ellie Newman ('23) Communication Studies and Journalism & Media Communication Double Major will be taking over The Wildcard Weekly Rewind this spring. Stay Tuned for more updates.
Alina Baer (‘25) is the 2023 WOBN Station Manager. She is a double major in art and journalism, and has a minor in communication. A fun fact about Alina is she is the author of two published books so far! You can tune in to her show this semester every Friday from 1:30-2:30 pm.
Hello! My name is Erica Bush and I am a sophomore journalism, public relations, and health communication triple major at Otterbein! Around campus, you can find me hanging out with my sisters in Theta Nu sorority and working as a resident assistant. A fun fact about me is that I have never eaten a hamburger of any kind!
Sophia Imundo ('25) is the 2023 WOBN Station Administrator. She is a double major in Public Relations and Communication Studies, and she has a minor in Journalism/Media Communications. A fun fact about her is that she has seen Taylor Swift in concert three times. Sophia is the host of "Sophia's Sleepover" every Friday from 4-5 pm.
Garett Lucius ('25) is the Music Director at WOBN for 2023. He is a JAMC major with a minor in history. You can listen to his showcase "Garett's Variety Hour" on Thursdays from 7-8pm. Garett is runs Cross Country and Track and Field and spends most of his free time reading or watching soccer.
With COVID-19 numbers higher than ever and the emergence of new strains like the Omicron variant, Ohio colleges are looking for ways to best protect their students. One of the ways Otterbein University is preparing to limit the spread among students is to temporarily close the dining hall and offer to-go meals for students.
Every year on the third Monday in January, Americans not only take the holiday and enjoy it as a day off, but they also commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to the civil rights movement. Additionally, Americans take this opportunity to reflect on the work that remains to be done for racial equality in the United States and around the world. This year, Otterbein University has stated that instead of holding its traditional MLK convocation, the Office of Social Justice and Activism, along with other campus offices, will conduct smaller events to commemorate King's legacy, one of which will be the Pack the Mac event.
In a move from England to Lexington, Kentucky, in 2006, Otterbein men’s soccer head coach Jason Griffiths followed his dream of playing college soccer. Now he is making the same dream come true for three international students.
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.