AEGIS Humanities Journal Aegis
is a multilingual journal designed to catalyze a deeper critical appreciation of the humanities at Otterbein University. The journal is published once yearly in the spring and includes Otterbein student's scholarly essays and book reviews that advance the presence and values of the humanities on campus and beyond. Submissions are read by a student panel during winter quarter to decide which selections will be published. For more information on joining the board or submitting, please contact Dr. Eisenstein
. Kate Kate
is a feminist publication. The name was chosen in honor of Otterbein's first female graduate, Kate Hanby. Otterbein was the first college to admit women to all levels of study, first in hiring women faculty, and one of the first colleges to admit African Americans. Quiz & Quill Quiz & Quill
is a creative writing group open to all students. Quiz & Quill
publishes a chapbook each fall, a spring magazine, and holds several creative writing contests and literary readings. Tan & Cardinal
The Tan & Cardinal
is Otterbein's student-run newspaper. The paper offers a great resume boost with practical experience in writing and editing stories, layout and graphics design, advertising, web design, photography with a state-of-the-art lab and software technology. General staff meetings are held at 4 p.m. on Mondays in Towers Hall, Room 116. No experience is needed to participate. WOBN - University Radio Station WOBN
operates at 97.5 FM.. The station plays a wide variety of music showcase programs and has a core format of alternative music. WOBN broadcasts over 100 sporting events each year (football, basketball, baseball, soccer) and also features news and talk shows. No experience or specific major is required. Learn to broadcast "on air" or help in promotions, sports, news or public service. Just come to the meetings or stop in our studios in the Communication Building and we'll do the rest!
Otterbein.tv - University Televison Station Otterbein.tv
is a student operated cable station that is owned and supported by the City of Westerville. A well-equipped control room, studio, and an Otterbein.tv remote production van provides the resources to produce programming focusing on Westerville, Otterbein and the surrounding community. All Otterbein students are invited to participate in the station. Interested students may attend the weekly organizational meeting held in the Otterbein.tv studio.