The event returned to campus after a three-year absence and met the donation total from their last event in 2019 at $8000.
T&C staff writer Hermon Tesfaldet offers her opinion on how Otterbein handles the religious holidays its students celebrate.
The Student Composers Concert of Original Works has returned to Otterbein after a two-year hiatus incited by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the beginning of Ramadan, Otterbein University's Center for Community Engagements (CCE) office is now partnering with the Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) with the goal of collecting non-perishable food items to provide to families in central Columbus.
Otterbein's Van Sant Leadership Program offers opportunities for students to build their leadership abilities.
Otterbein's theater program will perform critically acclaimed musical comedy "Something Rotten" as the final show of its spring 2022 season.
Although Greek life provides students with life changing experiences and connections that last a lifetime, there is still a barrier that needs to be addressed such as the representation of minorities.
The MLK Social Justice Series is a three-part series hosted by local activist Noel Williams. Its purpose is for students to understand their abilities, how to put them to good use in their communities and to understand relational organizing for face-to-face meetings and interactions.
Every year on the third Monday in January, Americans not only take the holiday and enjoy it as a day off, but they also commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to the civil rights movement. Additionally, Americans take this opportunity to reflect on the work that remains to be done ...
Staying on campus is not an option that every college student has. Despite the fact that Otterbein University has a student-run association and a commuter service to help students connect on campus, join organizations and stay informed about various topics, some students still struggle to keep up with ...