By | 11/30/2018 11:48am
Do we know or care where our clothes come from? The popular answer is that we do not really know, or many of us do not even think about it when buying clothes or anything for that matter.
Thank you Steve Jobs. Thank You. Steve Jobs, founder and former CEO of Apple Computers, or more commonly Apple, the company that invented things like the iPod, iPad and Mac computers has died at the age of 56 due to cancer.
Two weeks ago, the Internet exploded with the question of the ages: What is the best non-sexual sensation ever?
Finally, it’s that time of year again when fall is in the air and Otterbein’s campus is covered with students stylishly sporting jackets, jeans and … TOMS?
As a kid, I always felt like James Bond when I’d open an automatic umbrella that first time.
When you think PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), what do you think of? Animals? Vegetarians? People Eating Tasty Animals? Porn?
Some of our grandparents might remember the post office being in the general store. It was the center of town; everything could be taken care of there.
The Facebook craze has driven our cyberspace wild, and to promote the site and get new friends, people tell each other at work or school, “Facebook me” — a promotion of the brand name, but also quicker and easier than telling them to “look me ...
Leah: People like telling me that I’m left-handed. “I didn’t know you were left-handed,” they say, like it’s this really interesting fact I’d forgotten to tell them, on par with fighting whale hunters off the coast of New Zealand or ...
My phone is, for lack of a better word, dumb. It’s not the most apt; its app-less, in fact. It was a year and a half ago when my Verizon LG VX5400 first pathetically flipped its way into my personal and private life.
A great revival has taken place and Otterbein has been converted. To semesters, that is. I was actually glad to hear that we were converting to semesters because I took college classes in high school that were on semesters and really flourished in ...
As the month of October rolls around, young children’s excitement dramatically escalates with the arrival of endless amounts of Halloween candy to local grocery store shelves. Yet, while boys and girls indulge in 5-pound bags of sugary sweets, book ...
This Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001.
Otterbein introduced a new website this past week to my delight. Many students may remember the old website as an outdated, visually unappealing and confusing resource.
With the last segment of “The Deathly Hallows” ending the Harry Potter saga this summer, British author J.K. Rowling is venturing further into her enterprise with the website Pottermore.
Kahla Johnson and Blythe Malone braved the heat at Otterbein’s annual First Friday Festival to ask students what their favorite part of the festival was.
As we approach the final year of President Obama’s first term in office, it’s time for candidates to start announcing their intent to run, claim nominations, raise campaign funds and start building their political platforms.
Do you feel it? Feels promising, no? That’s what a new year feels like — and boy is this a new year for Otterbein. We’ve completely changed the way we do things around here.
Riots in Cleveland hardly seem out of the norm after the summer my hometown faced. There was a lot of flooding, a shooting and the infamous “flash mob” riot on Coventry Road.
If you or anyone you know has referred to any place on campus as an “Otterplace,” seek help immediately, or, for those less keen to Cardy, check out our list of Otterplaces — noteworthy spots on campus where freshmen can either hang out or find ...