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As a new school year begins at Otterbein, the upperclassmen have found several ways to identify a freshman around campus. From wearing their lanyard around their neck to traveling in packs, there are a few quirky habits the freshmen each year seem to develop.
Brand new to Otterbein, their diverse colors, loud chirps and active personalities have been the talk of the science building. Budgerigars , also known as budgies, have had their home in the aviary on the first floor in the front of the Science Building as of this past July.
Senior special education major Annie Juenger returns to the Otterbein volleyball team for the 2013 season as a three-year letterwinner. Juenger excelled in the OAC Tournament Championship last year with 14 kills, 11 digs and four service aces. As well as being part of the championship team, Juenger was named honorable mention All-OAC and Academic All-OAC for the 2012 season.
For the extreme walkers and bikers, or for those who are just out for a stroll in the park, there are options all over Westerville to enjoy the great outdoors.
Chefs, start your engines.
Last night, students of Wheeling Jesuit in Wheeling, W.Va. held a vigil for fellow student and athlete Kevin Figaniak.
The Otterbein Volleyball team moved up to 8th in the nation this past weekend after going 4-0 at the Washington and Lee Invitational. This is the first time the team is ranked in the top ten.
Westerville started as a small, farming community that was regarded as a district of Columbus containing a hotel and tavern, a general store and a Methodist church. This changed when The Blendon Young Men’s Seminary was bought by the United Brethren Church in 1846, which then became Otterbein College. This eventually well-respected college, and later university, brought cultural and economical changes to Westerville, leading the village to put in three-story commercial buildings in the area that is now known as Uptown Westerville.
David Price, Otterbein’s vocal and opera professor who passed away Monday, Sept. 2 from cancer, will be honored in two recitals presented by the Otterbein University Department of Music on Sept. 14 and 15.
This past Saturday, the streets of the Short North Arts District were filled with people, live music and beautiful art to enjoy.
Freshman Julissa Poullet earned her first individual title as an Otterbein cross country runner last Saturday as she led the women’s team to a first place victory in the Kiwanis Invitational at Hanover University.
In a long and sometimes strenuous match against the Malone University Pioneers the Otterbein Cardinals swung their way to a win. The men’s team was in top form Monday, out-performing their opponents for most of the sets.
Professor Simon Lawrance is known around Otterbein for his biology classes and love for Africa. But on Tuesdays, students and staff will get to know him less for his lectures and more for his dance moves.
The amount of time spent in the classroom might change next year.
On a sunny late summer day the Otterbein Cardinals lost big in their home opener against the St. John Fisher Cardinals, 28-0.
Late Tuesday night Otterbein and Westerville police officers responded to an attempted breaking and entering at Chocolaterie Stam, located at 79 S. State St. in Uptown Westerville.
At 11:55 p.m. September 3, Otterbein University Police Department reported a burglary in Westerville.
Seventy-five student organizations alongside 25 local merchants set up booths both inside and outside the Campus Center on Friday to share news about their organization with students.
Shortly after being diagnosed with stomach cancer, Otterbein vocal and opera professor David Price died Monday morning at 7:30. At the time of his death, he was at home with his family in Kentucky.
Dropping only one set against the Albion Britons this afternoon, the Otterbein volleyball team walked away with their fourth straight win of the Otterbein/Capital tournament, 3-1.