By | 12/15/2018 12:58pm
On May 5, 2017, Otterbein transitioned from the use of Google applications to Microsoft’s Office 365. For students, faculty and staff, this meant that everyone’s email accounts, calendars and contacts migrated over to the new email service called ...
Otterbein art professor Amanda Kline has shown this feat to be not only manageable, but something to excel at. Her creative talent is shown through her staged photographs and performative videos.
Otterbein senior, Ashley Parker, biked almost 4,000 miles across the country with a program called Bike & Build and created friendships that will last a lifetime.
Maya walked to the bus station, the warm, sticky air of Singapore hanging over her. A slight breeze cooled her face as the sounds and symbols of Mandarin Chinese circled her brain after her kumon, or tutoring, lesson.
Otterbein Greek life collected cans to donate to W.A.R.M and the Promise House in annual Trick or Treat for Cans event.
New vinyl store Spinning Disc Records opens its doors in Westerville.
A topiary man standing 50 feet above a revitalized shopping center in downtown Columbus, was created at the Point on Otterbein University's campus.
Investigative reporter, Mike Wagner, and exoneree, Robert McClendon, spoke at Otterbein to present their story of McClendon's wrongful conviction.
Get to know the story behind Otterbein's food pantry, the Promise House.
Senior piano performance major, Sasha Neverov, will perform her final piano recital at Otterbein University, on Saturday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. in Riley Auditorium.
WOBN, Otterbein's student-run radio station, celebrated College Radio Day 2017 by having a 24-hour live broadcast with back to back showcases such as "Sorry Not Sorry", "Campus Country", "LIT" and more. The broadcast started on midnight Thursday October ...
Learn what it's like to S.O.A.R. through Otterbein with the orientation leaders.
The Otterbein University Senate will meet Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 4 p.m. in Riley Auditorium to discuss possible changes to the majors of several academic departments.
Festival 2018: It's up to art focuses on diversity and inclusion through student work. This year's show also included a canned food drive to support the Westerville community.