"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
President John Comerford used the April 7 town hall meeting to provide updates and discuss opinions on the plan to establish a system of independent universities.
After years of deliberations, Otterbein's plans to build a "Campus West" on the property south of The Point have been dropped as the property goes up for sale.
Otterbein's next university senate meeting will include proposals for a new degree and changes to the way courses are numbered.
Two Otterbein alumni, Andy Chow and Andrew Tobias, have spent the past several days time covering the Ohio Redistricting Commission's efforts to revise Ohio's electoral map.
Otterbein President John Comerford does lots of his work off campus, where he meets with donors and alumni to benefit the university.
President Comerford announces plan to create a system of independent universities to pool resources.
Telling his own story of racial injustice, local filmmaker and activist Donte Woods-Spikes shared his experiences of discrimination in central Ohio
A gallery of photos voicing students reactions the mask mandate being lifted on Feb. 28.