By | 12/15/2018 12:58pm
Otterbein's Art Department Faculty put their own twist on African culture in their pieces.
Otterbein's Risk Management Office paired up with Student Affairs to host a safety week for its faculty and students. The week included informational sessions on active shooter training, drug and alcohol abuse, and mental health.
Check out what is coming to campus this week.
Election Day is November 7th and most Otterbein students are not aware of what's on the ballot. Some of the issues included in the upcoming ballot for Westerville include rights for crime victims, state agencies paying for prescription drugs, liquor ...
In this week's Campus Refresh, Campus Activities Board hosts comedian Jeffrey Jay, the play Rumors continues this weekend in Cowan Hall, and several sports events are happening with most of them playing rivals Capital University.
This week at Otterbein there are many events happening on campus including Adding Machine: A Musical this weekend, Otterbein vs. Baldwin Wallace in men's soccer and football and a Hunger Heroes 5k.
Katie Cerqua, president of Otterbein's Campus Activities Board, informs on activities they are planning for Halloween. They are looking forward to events such as pumpkin smashing, movie nights, surprise events and more.
Kate Lehman, assistant dean for student success, talks about what resources are available to help students with scheduling including the Center for Student Success, advisers, degree audits and more.
Otterbein's radio station WOBN 97.5 participates in annual World College Radio Day.
T&C Media's Dominique Darr has all the information about events happening on campus this week such as performances of "Rumors", comedian Jeffrey Jay, fall sports and more.
The members of the 2017 Homecoming court speak about being the first court with gender neutral titles and their Otterbein experience.
Desmond Fernandez is an incoming freshman B.F.A. Musical Theatre major from Columbus, Ohio.
Students often wonder who will take their place when they move out of their first residence hall
Customers used to need cash in hand to buy a doughnut and a carton of milk for $1.25. But on May 12, 2017, Katie Zvolanek became the first person to swipe her card at Schneider’s in the 61 years it has been open.
Lindsey Jones talks with Kalyn Schroer about her major and internship experiences through Otterbein.
Courtright Library hosted games on their lawn to de-stress before finals week. Dominique Darr asked some students what their summer plans are.
Zoe Glore sat down with Liberty Deep Down on April 3. Glore discussed with Dom Frissora (lead singer) and Cameron Becker (bassist) about their new album, a local concert at the A&R Music Bar and much more.