By | 04/14/2022 1:20pm
Students prepare for housing selections and reflect on their past experiences.
The MLK Social Justice Series is a three-part series hosted by local activist Noel Williams. Its purpose is for students to understand their abilities, how to put them to good use in their communities and to understand relational organizing ...
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action may affect the enrollment process, as well as financial aid practices for colleges and universities around the country.
The Otterbein Thrift Shop offers affordable prices, volunteer opportunities and donations to the campus and community. Since opening, they've donated $1 million to Otterbein University for scholarships and project funding.
The Otterbein basketball team has held a winning record along with the best start to the season since 2004.
The OtterDen decreases the amount of pizza per meal swipe, which raises the students' attention.
Otterbein spring student-athletes and coaches are ready to return to normal heading into this season after COVID-19.
Programs at Otterbein are trying to solve the dropping retention rate problem for Black males students.
Students and employees weigh in on My O-Zone's functionality and future.
Eating alone can cause stress and anxiety, so it is important to practice relaxation techniques while dining solo or reach out to others to socialize with.
Graduating Editor-in-Chief Ian Gillen reflects on working during a pandemic.
From competing to coach; how a rocky start can lead to a happy ending.
Junior Otterbein students enlists in the U.S Army Medical Corp and gains unforgettable experience during training deployment
When classes are in session, Church of the Master serves Otterbein students Monday mornings, through their Campus Ministry called Monday Morning Coffee.
Junior students reflect on how they've grown throughout the years while gaining experience auditioning in the Otterbein Theatre and Dance programs.
Otterbein is no stranger to allowing politicians to use campus facilities. Most recently, Republican senate candidate, Mike Gibbons, rented out Memorial Stadium for his campaign commercial, "Safer and Stronger."
Senior Katie Frame prepares her goodbyes to her peers and mentors as graduation approaches.
Dine-in options on campus have been limited to to-go meals as COVID-19 numbers rise.