By | 11/30/2018 11:48am
Otterbein Student Media is excited to announce a transformation in how our organization is being branded.
The Otterbein Board of Trustees approved a three-credit hour proposal on Oct. 22, which will go into effect for the 2018-2019 academic year.
WOBN will be participating in the 6th National College Radio Day this Friday November 4, 2016.
The proposal for a new alcohol policy, recently accepted by the University Senate and on track for review by the Board of Trustees, is a wonderful first step toward a university that listens to its students.
No matter the circumstances, people and actions performed in public spaces are open to recording by the public, and therefore the press.
Contrary to the look and feel of both Republican debates, the Democratic debate hosted by CNN this past Tuesday showed what a real, topic driven debate should look like.
The top 15 candidates, in terms of polling numbers met Sept. 16 at the Reagan National Library to discuss the issues important to the country; many ended up fighting over history and showed disdain for the idea of answering questions.
Otterbein’s new student government has not shown significant progress on several major issues. This is acceptable only as the representatives work through the first year of an entirely new system. We believe that in order to succeed, the representatives ...
Student government met for the first time since their inauguration on April 1, 2015 and just completed their second meeting of the term today, Sept.
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Almost three months after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of former Otterbein360 news editor Anna Schiffbauer against Otterbein over the release of OPD police records, Otterbein has finally fully complied with a records request. The university ...
"The stories you read in this paper will never been the same," read the headline of an editorial published in a Sept. 2012 issue of the Tan and Cardinal.
Otterbein360 is about to go on hiatus this summer for some much needed rest and relaxation. That means that our regular coverage of campus news is going to come to a halt until fall.
As LGBTQIA+ awareness week ends, remember that a radical website claimed Kappa Phi Omega and the WGSS program turn girls into lesbians.
Otterbein University’s administration continues to speak about transparency as an important tenet of their values.
With spring break only a day away, it seems as though campus is more boring than ever.
It has been nearly a week since the fatal car crash that killed Otterbein student PJ Cleary and 35 year-old Richard Birney and Otterbein administration remains silent.