By | 11/30/2018 11:48am
Mississippi had a new amendment up for vote last week that was referred to as the “personhood” amendment.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, Texas Gov. Rick Perry made a mistake on Nov. 9 during the Republican debate in Michigan that could have been detrimental to his campaign for the 2012 presidential election.
I think it would be safe to say that the Tan & Cardinal saved my life.
You must know it’s nearing campaign time, because we already have allegations of racism slung across the Internet.
It’s Veterans Day and I think that of all the days I repeated that saying, today is the day it makes the most sense and can be applied by everyone.
Looking back on everything you find on the back pages of this newspaper, I still to this day question how I ever produced anything worth printing.
The HPV vaccine is better known in England as the cervical cancer jab. According to Cancer Research UK, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women under 35.
I turn down my freewheeling friends on a fairly consistent basis, each of whom helplessly hopes that after three and a half years, I might finally be done studying.
In the past few weeks, I’ve noticed the weather getting more and more odd. Just last week, there was a seemingly endless stretch of four days where all it did was rain.
Walking into a store before Halloween looking for autumn merchandise is logical, right? Yet I stroll unassumingly into the Westerville Meijer and find Christmas coffee creamer and candy already filling the shelves.
I think most of you know by now that I take the angry black woman stereotype as a personal challenge.
Only about 1,400 endangered Bengal tigers are left in the world, according to Jack Hanna. And because of a series of bizarre, tragic and sickening events last week, there are now 18 less.
For me, this will be the semester I lost 10 pounds running between different departments just to make sure I’ll graduate in December.
For someone who doesn’t even like candy, it’s a bit strange that I’ve always liked Halloween.
The frustration of limited parking availability, the disappointment of Campus Center cuisine on the weekends, a lack of entertainment to fill a typical Saturday night — aside from these miniscule complaints surrounding college life, Otterbein students ...
Throughout my college experience, both here and at another school, I have endured some boring and unhelpful classes. Many of those classes were not put together to account for and be beneficial to different kinds of learners.
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?