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The Otterbein University Department of Theatre and Dance replaced the spring production of "West Side Story" with a production of "Singin’ In the Rain" amid controversy surrounding white students portraying Puerto Rican characters.
The Otterbein men’s basketball team dropped a home contest to John Carroll by a score of 84-75 Wednesday evening. The game was a back-and-forth affair, but John Carroll was able to pull away in the second half. Jay Joseph led the Cardinals in scoring with 21 points and 13 rebounds.
T&C Media is hiring an Editor-in-Chief and Copyeditor for fall semester 2019.
The Local Flavors podcast is a monthly podcast that features Westerville and other Columbus-based artists of all genres. They talk about their time in the industry and banter with WOBN personalities about stories regarding personal experiences.
Despite a decrease in enrollment and slow growth in the endowment, the Otterbein board of trustees says it's doing better than expected in its five-year plan.
The Otterbein University Department of Theatre and Dance is now showing "Hay Fever" at Fritsche Theatre in Cowan Hall.
The Otterbein women’s basketball team honored its seniors Saturday afternoon with a 90-60 win over Muskingum inside the Rike Center. The Cardinals led from the start of the game and never fell behind on their way to a conference victory.
Otterbein University's undergraduate athletic training program will convert to a master's of athletic training program by fall of 2022. The existing athletic training program will be removed by 2023. Senate discussed this bill at their meeting on Feb. 6.
At the Ohio News Media Association (ONMA) awards program Thursday Feb. 7, T&C Media and T&C Magazine won statewide awards across multiple categories.
The Westerville community is still feeling the loss of two Westerville police officers killed in the line of duty last year.
The Otterbein women’s basketball team secured a 61-39 conference victory over Ohio Northern Wednesday evening inside the Rike Center. The Cardinals outscored the visiting Polar Bears in the second half by 20 points.
One year after the shooting that killed Westerville police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering, Joering's eldest daughter, Savanah Jordan, is continuing to put her life back together.
After one semester on the three-credit-hour model, students are frustrated with scheduling not only classes, but other extra-curricular activities. While the university's hope for the new course model was to increase students’ ability to take more courses in a semester, many find the change challenging.
William Hannibal Thomas, Otterbein University’s first African-American student, was shunned from churches, publishing companies and the African-American community after multiple publications that exposed his white supremacist beliefs.
Changes to Senate bylaws will be proposed to increase transparency to the campus community from the Senate planning committee at the meeting on Wednesday Feb. 6.
The Otterbein men’s basketball team lost to Mount Union 66-61 Saturday afternoon in the Rike Center. Trailing by 16 points, the Cardinals mounted a comeback in the second half, but the Purple Raiders maintained the lead in the closing minutes.
The Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots will battle for the Super Bowl title on Sunday, Feb. 3. The Patriots are appearing in their third consecutive Super Bowl after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs last week. Los Angeles is making its first Super Bowl appearance in almost two decades (last appearing in 2002 as the St. Louis Rams and losing to the New England Patriots.)
Just weeks into the new semester, some students have decided they want another roommate. Hoping to easily escape their current living situation, students often find themselves in an awkward situation during the lengthy room changing process.
The Otterbein women’s basketball team scored a 78-72 win over Marietta inside the Rike Center Wednesday evening. The Cards were paced by five double-digit contributors en route to a key conference victory. With the win, women's basketball improves their record to 11-7 overall and 7-4 in conference play.
After an email was sent to faculty from the president's office on Jan. 14 regarding issues with sexuality statements from the United Methodist Church, OUSG held a meeting on Jan. 17 to discuss the issue further. The campus center renovation and former Ohio Gov. John Kasich's movement to Otterbein were also discussed at the meeting.