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Women's Basketball at Marietta W 84-64 Men's Basketball vs. Marietta L 96-95 (OT) UPCOMING: Men's and Women's Track 02/01 at Ohio Northern Women's Basketball 02/02 vs. Muskingum Men's Basketball 02/02 at Muskingum

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OC President To Retire

President Brent DeVore announced his upcoming retirement in June 2009 through a campus e-mail to the Otterbein community on Tuesday evening. "In talking to the Board of Trustees, I wanted to provide enough time to have a comprehensive nationwide search for my successor," said President DeVore.

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WPD Seeks New Police Officer Online

Ever wish you could be part of Westerville's finest? This may be your chance, and you don't even need to leave your dorm to apply. Westerville Police Department is accepting online applications for a police officer position until tomorrow. The first 50 applicants will be invited to take a written test, which will be administered at City Council Chambers on Feb.

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Honors Students Kicked Out of Theme House

Two honors students were told Monday to move out of the Honors theme house, located on 47 W. Main St., after it was discovered that two non-Otterbein students had been living there with them. Senior English major Greg McCleery and James Orr, a senior math major, were in violation of the Otterbein visitation policy for campus housing.

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Housing Decisions Loom Over Students

As freshmen and sophomores, students have little to worry about when it comes to where they can live on campus. The biggest concerns are usually meeting the new roommate and praying to make it into the Suites. Because the idea of communal living stops sounds so appealing by your junior year, many students turn to campus apartments.

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Senate Votes To Eliminate SYE For Some

At the January Student Senate meeting last night, a proposed bill was passed to eliminate the Senior Year Experience (SYE) requirement for some students. Its passing allows students who have already earned a bachelor's degree and are seeking another at Otterbein to forgo an SYE.

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Road Trip Wraps Up With OC Win

The last time the Cardinal women's basketball team walked into Ban Johnson Arena in Marietta, they took care of business. The team shot almost 70 percent from three-point range, drubbing the Pioneers 81-27. Coming off a heartbreaking loss to John Carroll, the Cardinals bounced back with resounding form against Marietta.

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OC Disappoints in Overtime

The Otterbein men's basketball team is heading into the second round of Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) play with mixed emotions. The Cardinals are coming off a pivotal league win against the John Carroll (JCU) Blue Streaks and a devasting one-point loss to Marietta yesterday.

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Leader of the Pack

To me, there's no such thing as a good lie, unless it's my Titleist sitting center-cut in the fairway (oh warm weather, please come fast, I'm ready to blow my money on a game I'm terrible at). The reason numbers and I get along so well is because they don't lie.

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Lakanen Rocks 10 Top Tunes

English professor Shannon Lakanen regularly teaches creative writing, Integrative Studies and women's studies classes. She makes no claim that these are the top 10 best songs ever recorded, but if she had to choose 10 songs to listen to for the rest of her life, she supposes these would be in the running.

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Spirits Not Imprisoned

Japanese-American writers, poets and survivors Toyo Suyemoto and Lawson Inada were honored and celebrated at the "Calls to Remembrance" presentation Tuesday in the Philomathean Room in Towers Hall. The presentation was a commemoration of the Japanese-American Internment from 1942-1945, a result of the fear caused by the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the United States' subsequent declaration of war.

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College Grads Face Tough Questioning

A few weeks ago, while I was at work, I encountered a problem that has been popping up a lot lately. As I cleaned up for the night, an old teacher walked in. After extensive efforts to pretend that I didn't see her, I realized that I was cornered. An exchange of pleasantries ensued.

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Track Takes Win In Stride

The men's and women's indoor track and field team topped the charts this weekend at the Baldwin-Wallace invitational. The men's team took the top spot in four events. Junior Alex Simko went nose to nose with Ohio Wesleyan's Kyle Herman in the 500-meter dash.


Athlete of the Week

3000-meter run, final time 8:43.35 Baldwin-Wallace Invitational

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What's Next?

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.

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Stallone Returns As Rambo

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's Your Flavor?

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".


Say What?

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.

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Protect Yourself

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.

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Security Prepares Students For The Worst

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.

Today's Lineup
12:00-6:00am On Air
6:00-7:00am Money's Morning Show
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The Wild Card Weekly Rewind with Alina Baer 4/20/23
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Tune in to this weeks' Wild Card Weekly Rewind for an update on sports at Otterbein as well as upcoming events before finals week. 

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