Otterbein University’s LGBTQIA+ organization, FreeZone, will open its annual Other Prom to high school students in collaboration with the Westerville Queer Collective (WQC).
The seniors work on every aspect of the show, from curating their work to choosing what's served at the reception.
As Otterbein's 2023 spring semester reaches full swing, the Otterbein University Student Government is preparing for a semester of duty for the student body.
Previously known as the African American Student Union, the Black Student Union completed a rebrand at the end of the fall semester of 2022.
Otterbein Theatre Department’s production of “Our Town” extends run after damage to Fritsche Theatre forces last-minute location change
The Otterbein Theatre and Dance Department increased its amount of shows after the stage in Fritsche Theatre was destroyed.
"Sophomore slaughter" semester for nursing students will be lighter for students this upcoming semester as the nursing faculty and staff have made changes to the curriculum to reduce student stress and anxiety.
President Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan allows some students to be eligible for up to $20,000 while others are only eligible for $10,000.
Recent Otterbein graduate, and host of Retrospection Radio Theatre, Noah Martin has won the Columbus Podcasting Award for Podcast of the Year.
Though President John Comerford has been providing updates on the plan since February, questions remain about how this will impact Otterbein.
Delays to the elevator have postponed the completion of the first phase of construction on the Campus Center to October.
Otterbein closes their health center in favor of local care at Mount Carmel facilities