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Otterbein sports wrap up 2019 Spring season
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Otterbein sports wraps up 2019 spring season

As the spring semester comes to a close, so does Otterbein sports. While some teams struggled to find footing this season, others persevered and climbed their way to the top of the OAC ranks. Women's basketball performed very well this season, making their way into the OAC tournament. They would knock ...

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WOBN's Local Flavors talks with Brady Fulton

The Local Flavors podcast features Westerville and other Columbus-based artists of all genres. They talk about their time in the industry and banter with WOBN personalities about stories regarding personal experiences. In the second episode of Local Flavors, WOBN General Manager Tim Pennucci sits down ...

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WOBN's Local Flavors podcast talks with The Castros

The Local Flavors podcast is a monthly podcast that features Westerville and other Columbus-based artists of all genres. They talk about their time in the industry and banter with WOBN personalities about stories regarding personal experiences. NOTE: This episode was recorded in October 2018. The concerts ...

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Degree Works set to replace current degree audit in fall

The university will soon be undergoing a transition with its current degree audit system. The transition will replace the degree audit with a new program called Degree Works, in fall of 2019.  Lauren Rhome, a senior math and spanish education double major, and other students, had questions about ...

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Student tuition set to increase over four years

For the first time in five years, Otterbein University's board of trustees voted to increase tuition costs for students, effective in the fall of 2019. The board approved the $600 per year increase at a meeting on Oct. 20. The board also approved a room and board cost increase by 2 percent, or $210 ...

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Otterbein University expects to end tuition freeze

Following five years of consistent tuition costs, Otterbein University expects to raise tuition and adopt a new tuition model in the 2019-20 academic year. The proposal was previewed during the university senate meeting held in Riley Auditorium on Oct. 10. According to Jefferson Blackburn-Smith, vice ...

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The Point looks to get licenses to sell alcohol

Two years after Otterbein allowed alcohol on campus, the Point is looking to get licenses permitting them to sell alcohol. Scott Fitzgerald, director of human resources and legal affairs, said the Point is looking to obtain four different liquor licenses. These include D1, D2 and D3 licenses, which ...

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