Otterbein Student Media is excited to announce a transformation in how our organization is being branded.
Louise Captein shows the work she created during her 15 week sabattical. The exhibit is open from January 9 to February 10, 2017 at the Miller Gallery at Otterbein University. Read More
Otterbein students seek to openly discuss social issues in light of the recent election. Read More
Jacob Roszman, Megan McGill and Ashley Meade took advantage of Otterbein's study abroad program and traveled to Sydney, London, Amsterdam and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Read More
Coming from a town where the production of nuclear triggers was kept secret, "Full Body Burden: Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats" author, Kristen Iversen, brought her story to Otterbein students at the annual Common Book Convocation. Read More
The campus town hall meeting intended to address questions related to the Board of Trustees' decision to adopt the three-credit model left many in the audience unhappy with either the administration response or the outbursts by campus community members. Faculty shouted questions, some walked out and students were left dissatisfied after the meeting. Read More
This week at Otterbein the student research fund proposals are due on November 10 at 4 p.m., and the Early Music Ensemble performs in Riley Auditorium at 8 p.m. on November 11. Read More
Since you were old enough to comprehend words, people have asked you, "what do you want to be when you grow up?". It's all fun and games until you realize there isn't actually a 1200 class on how to be a princess, and there's definitely not a practicum for racecar driving. Read More