what's next ON CAMPUS Thursday, January 31 CPB bowling 9 p.m. - Midnight High Performance Lanes Friday, February 1 CareerFest 2008 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Aladdin Shrine Center Saturday, February 2 Music and Romance 8 p.m. Makoy Center Sunday, February 3 Sorority preference signing 12 p.
In 1982, Sylvester Stallone introduced the character John J. Rambo in the film "First Blood." Within six years, two sequels were introduced: "Rambo: First Blood Part II" and "Rambo III." After those three films, John Rambo was put to bed for two decades.
What is your flavor? "Dr. Pepper, all 23 flavors" Name? Duce Black Year? Junior Major? Art Ed. Hometown? Westerville What are you wearing? Puma jacket, blue jeans and some fresh kicks. What is your favorite book? Fight Club Favorite Band/Musician? Incubus Favorite Movie? Ricky Bobby-Talladega Nights Favorite Quote? "You shut your mouth when you're talking to me".
What was your longest car trip? To where, and how long, why? "Disney World, Florida- Because it's the happiest place on earth! We were in the car two to three days." - Cameron Conard, Freshman, Life Science "Florida and Georgia- 14 hours in a car to visit relatives.
On Thursday February 7th the Ohio AIDS Coalition will be hosting National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day at Otterbein College, providing free confidential AIDS tests for all students and faculty. From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, representatives from the AIDS Task Force will be in the Campus Center handing out free condoms, and general information on HIV, AIDS and other STD's.
Although most statistics show a steady decline in the rate of school violence, the Otterbein security department is doing it's best to make sure students are prepared. The active shooter program was introduced to Otterbein last quarter as a way to prepare students, faculty and staff should a shooting incident ever happen on campus.
Name: Briana Batesole What's your flavor? mint chocolate chip Favorite song: "Welcome to my Life" - Simple Plan Favorite activity: horseback riding Random fact about you: I drove under a fire truck Lucky number: 2 Hometown:
The men's and women's indoor track and field teams weren't intimidated by Kenyon College's $70 million athletic center at last Saturday's meet. The men's team took second place out of eight teams at Saturday's meet. Ohio Wesleyan took the first-place spot with 234 points.
It's 8 a.m. You have to roll out of bed in order to stumble to your morning class. By skipping out on makeup or editing that paper, you decide you have time to grab a cup of coffee. Surprisingly enough, you might have to make a difficult decision when it comes to where you buy your coffee.
It's early afternoon in Lemay Auditorium. Dr. Uwe Tritman is conducting a final for over 40 Otterbein students in his INST: Our Place in The Universe (astronomy) class. Palms are sweating, eyes are blinking rapidly in an attempt to fend off the sleepiness caused by zero hours of sleep and endless cramming of notes from the 10 weeks that sit in the rearview mirror.
Kevin L. Boyce, a Columbus city council member and delegate to the Democratic National Convention, was the keynote speaker at yesterday's Martin Luther King convocation, held in Cowan Hall. Boyce, a Democrat, encouraged all students, regardless of their political allegiances, to register to vote and go out to the polls on election day.
Although most statistics show a steady decline in the rate of school violence, the Otterbein security department is doing its best to make sure students are prepared. Security introduced the active shooter program last quarter as a way to ready students, faculty and staff in case a shooting incident were to occur on campus.
Laura Roth was determined. She was determined to end a three-game skid and she was determined to shoot down a hated rival. The shooting guard scored a game-high 24 points, including 19 in the first half, as the Cardinals put to rest a three- game losing streak Saturday with a 77-69 victory over cross-town nemesis Capital.
Otterbein College will soon have a new neighbor. Last night, the Westerville planning committee unanimously approved the construction of a psychiatric hospital to be built at the corner of County Line Road and Africa Road. A timetable has not been set for the construction of the facility, which will be called Westerville Hospital.
I have been waiting for the release of "Cloverfield" for six months. I forwarded everyone I knew to a YouTube link to look at what I called "the coolest trailer I have ever seen in my entire life." Could I have been any more disappointed? The movie was all right.
Otterbein College senior point guard Ross Banaszak scores points not only for the Cardinal basketball team but on a more personal front as well. The young athlete balances a full and demanding home life with girlfriend Jessica O'Conners and son Andrew Lawrence Banaszak.
In "Cloverfield," directed by Matt Reeves, the majesty of New York City's skyline is on full display - when it gets destroyed by a giant monster. There has been somewhat of a moratorium on baking the Big Apple since the events of September 11, especially when compared to its heyday in the 1990s, but New York has still seen its fair share of celluloid action.
ON CAMPUS Friday, January 25 CPB free movie 11:30 p.m. Hollywood Studios Theater Sunday, January 27 Music of the Arab world 7 p.m. Riley Auditorium Tuesday, January 29 CPB knitting night 4 - 7 p.m. Campus Center lounge Wednesday, January 30 Student/alumni networking event 6 - 8 p.
Dead Acres (best known as The Haunted Hoochie) Dead Acres was voted one of America's top 13 haunted events by "Haunt World" magazine. Hauntedhousetour.com describes the Haunted Hoochie as a "...sensory overload and in-your-face type of haunt." Location: 13861 E.