Otterbein IT department works to stop Self-Service Banner from crashing during registration week.
Campus Center to host the Grad Fair for seniors to get their caps and gowns and have some possible questions answered
The SEEDS Festival, happening on March 31 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., provides students with opportunities to gain volunteer hours and learn how to better their environment.
The Promise House has seen great success using altered protocols in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and staff plan to increase the organization's outreach with Otterbein students.
Otterbein President John Comerford does lots of his work off campus, where he meets with donors and alumni to benefit the university.
Telling his own story of racial injustice, local filmmaker and activist Donte Woods-Spikes shared his experiences of discrimination in central Ohio
After a delay of their performance, the Otterbein improv troupe crafts some creative ideas to make their debut in spring 2022.
The OtterDen decreases the amount of pizza per meal swipe, which raises the students' attention.
Otterbein is no stranger to allowing politicians to use campus facilities. Most recently, Republican senate candidate, Mike Gibbons, rented out Memorial Stadium for his campaign commercial, "Safer and Stronger."
The Otterbein class of 2025 musical theatre program assembled in Cowan Hall on Friday, August 20 after being chastised by alumni through Facebook. Chair of the department of Theatre and Dance T.J. Gerckens organized this class meeting to address the social media comments aimed toward them and ...