The event returned to campus after a three-year absence and met the donation total from their last event in 2019 at $8000.
As graduation approaches, students have received their cords. At least eleven different departments will be represented at graduation with cords.
Terri Jones worked as the administrative assistant for the Counseling Center up until her passing earlier this semester.
The Promise House SWIPES Program offers students the opportunity to donate their swipes to the Promise House for students in need of meals.
Otterbein IT department works to stop Self-Service Banner from crashing during registration week.
After much anticipation, Otterbein's renovation of the Campus Center is underway and includes many updates to make the building more accessible.
The Student Composers Concert of Original Works has returned to Otterbein after a two-year hiatus incited by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Otterbein's LGBTQIA+ student organization, FreeZone, will be hosting the "Other Prom" on April 8 from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
With the beginning of Ramadan, Otterbein University's Center for Community Engagements (CCE) office is now partnering with the Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) with the goal of collecting non-perishable food items to provide to families in central Columbus.
Campus Center to host the Grad Fair for seniors to get their caps and gowns and have some possible questions answered
Otterbein's campus and the Westerville Uptown offer a number of fun, affordable and accessible activities to Otterbein students, including restaurants and museums.
The Westerville Fire Department was called to the university 75 times on false alarms last year at no additional cost to Otterbein.
Otterbein's Van Sant Leadership Program offers opportunities for students to build their leadership abilities.
The SEEDS Festival, happening on March 31 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., provides students with opportunities to gain volunteer hours and learn how to better their environment.
Otterbein's theater program will perform critically acclaimed musical comedy "Something Rotten" as the final show of its spring 2022 season.
The Promise House has seen great success using altered protocols in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and staff plan to increase the organization's outreach with Otterbein students.
Although Greek life provides students with life changing experiences and connections that last a lifetime, there is still a barrier that needs to be addressed such as the representation of minorities.
After a delay of their performance, the Otterbein improv troupe crafts some creative ideas to make their debut in spring 2022.