By | 11/30/2018 11:48am
Greek life has its share of advocates and opponents. Two Otterbein students share their opinions on the topic.
There will be no new issue of the Tan & Cardinal lying around campus today. A proposed restructuring of the newspaper organization led the staff to postpone today’s issue until further decisions can be made. Look for fresh editions of ...
There are many hidden treasures looming around Otterbein. It is our job as students to live it up while we are here and uncover the fun that is behind Otterbein’s outer appearance.
The post-graduation job market is a competitive environment, forcing students to fight for internships that might provide them with an experience to give them the extra edge in the professional world.
The Problem Smoking is undoubtedly an unhealthy habit. It has been linked to cancer and other health problems — but does that warrant a campus policy against it?
The T&C takes a look at how students, both in relationships and not, spend their Valentine’s Day.
Welcome to campus, transfer students. In the short time you’ve been here, it has swung between warm, no-jacket weather to 20 degree, bundle-up-like-the-Michelin-Man weather.
It seems so rare in our country nowadays when we can find a handful of people around us to agree on the same thing, let alone an estimated 1 million people.
Never in my life have I eaten more Jimmy John’s and drank more Diet Coke than I have during my time with the T&C. Working here has helped shape my college experience.
The editor-in-chief leaned back in her chair and asked, “What changes would you make as editor-in-chief?”
Thank you for the article about library fines in the Nov. 14 issue of the Tan & Cardinal. We did want to point out that our fine policies are different from the Westerville Public Library.
As an incoming freshman, I came to Otterbein as a shy, home-schooled girl who was not entirely sure what she wanted to do with her life other than photography.
This isn’t just a goodbye column to the T&C; it’s kind of goodbye to everyone who has affected me throughout college, because next semester, I won’t be around much, and this is my chance to say thank you.
Lindsey Hobbs This isn’t just a goodbye column to the T&C; it’s kind of goodbye to everyone who has affected me throughout college, because next semester, I won’t be around much, and this is my chance to say thank you.
Senior voices her relief that the abundance of campaign ads and voter aggression that come every four years is wrapping up.
Do we really believe there are spirits on the other side?
T&C opinion editor examines the presidential candidates’ views on issues important to college students.
While we thank the administration for responding to these articles, we would like to correct an inaccuracy in the letter and reassert that although the letter addresses specific T&C policies, our main point is access to information and students’ ...
This letter from Robert Gatti, vice president and dean for Student Affairs, is in response to the articles “Police reports made private” and “The stories you read in this paper will never be the same” found in the vol.