Otterbein grad wants to bring his Wisconsin pizzeria to Columbus
Nov 16, 2015, Columbus Business First
A Wisconsin-based pizzeria sees Columbus as an important piece of its Midwest growth plans. Roman Candle Pizzeria, a five-restaurant brand, is hunting for franchisees. While the focus is on growing its Wisconsin footprint, it has singled out Columbus as the one out-of-state market it hopes to expand in.
Otterbein to expand low-income program to more central Ohio districts
Nov 16, 2015, Columbus Dispatch
Otterbein is expanding a financial aid outreach program to make Otterbein affordable to low-income families.
Danielle Roskens Rises to the Top at the USHJA Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session
Nov 15, 2015, USHJA
After four days of riding instruction, stable management evaluation, a practicum and ID test and the Nations Cup competition, Danielle Roskens stood out among her peers and earned top honors during the seventh annual EAP National Training Session, held November 12-15 at the Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science at Otterbein University.
Danielle Roskens Finishes Strong On Final Day Of EAP
Nov 15, 2015, Chronicle of the Horse
Results of the United States Hunter Jumper Association Emerging Athletes Program competition, held at Otterbein University on Nov. 12-15.
2015 USHJA EAP Nationals: Nations Cup Photos and Videos
Nov 15, 2015, Chronicle of the Horse
Photos of the United States Hunter Jumper Association Emerging Athletes Program competition, held at Otterbein University on Nov. 12-15.
It’s All About Options On Day 2 At EAP
Nov 14, 2015, Chronicle of the Horse
Day 2 of the Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session began at 8 a.m. sharp, with the riders ready to establish a deeper connection with their partners at the Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science at Otterbein University (Ohio).
Back To Basics On The First Day Of EAP Nationals
Nov 13, 2015, Chronicle of the Horse
On Day 1 of the Emerging Athletes Program National Training Session, the 16 finalists received their assigned mounts for the weekend at Otterbein University (Ohio).
OAC/NCAC Challenge to showcase smaller college basketball teams
Nov 12, 2015, Columbus Dispatch
The OAC/NCAC Challenge will pair two suburban Columbus teams from the Ohio Athletic Conference (Otterbein and Capital) against two nearby teams from the North Coast Athletic Conference (Ohio Wesleyan and Wittenberg) in games on Saturday and Tuesday
Nov 02, 2015, Westerville 365
Many coaches turn their high school sport into a career. Monica Wright has gone a step further, becoming the most successful women's volleyball coach in Otterbein University's history.
Otterbein exhibits focus on husband-and-wife ceramists, those they have inspired
Nov 01, 2015, Columbus Dispatch
Separate art exhibits at Otterbein's galleries featuring husband-and-wife ceramists emphasize their uniqueness.
'Top-of-the-line' space will foster program's growth
Oct 29, 2015, This Week Community News
As a reward for a growing program, Otterbein University has invested $1 million in a renovation of the school's Center of Health and Sports Sciences.
Minding Our Peas and Cucumbers: Cultivating Learning Landscapes in the Fight for Food Justice
Oct 29, 2015, NASPA
Melissa Kesler Gilbert discusses the fight for food justice and the role of education in forwarding the cause.
Ohio College Football Insider: Lowe puts up high marks for Otterbein
Oct 27, 2015, Columbus Dispatch
Lowe ranks third nationally in Division III in touchdown receptions with 12 and ninth in catches with 58. He has 711 receiving yards. He is ranked first in each category in the Ohio Athletic Conference.
College Students Keeping Pets On Campus To Manage Stress
Oct 26, 2015, WOSU Radio
Going to college can cause a lot of anxiety for some students. But a few are bringing a pet to campus to relieve stress or depression.
Reading ‘common book’ links college students
Oct 26, 2015, The Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch covers campus visit of Common Book author.
Four ways to take control of student loans before graduation
Oct 26, 2015, Christian Science Monitor
Vice President for Enrollment Management Jefferson Blackburn-Smith is quoted in this story about responsibly handling student loans while still in school.
You Know More About What Women Want Than You Think
Oct 22, 2015, Men's Health and MSN
Psychology Professor Noam Shpancer weighs on the the similarities between men and women in this article for Men's Health.
State money will help campuses prevent sexual assault
Oct 20, 2015, Columbus Dispatch
Chancellor John Carey of the Ohio Department of Higher Education joined with leaders from Rio Grande, Otterbein and Ohio State universities on Tuesday to announce a plan they’re calling “ Changing Campus Culture: Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence.”
Ohio colleges launch plan to fight campus sexual assault
Oct 20, 2015, The Washington Times
Public and private colleges in Ohio are releasing a plan to fight sexual assault on campus. The Ohio Department of Higher Education announced the plan Tuesday at the Statehouse with educators from Rio Grande Community College, Otterbein University and Ohio State University.
2015’s Greenest Cities in America: Ask the Experts
Oct 15, 2015, Wallet Hub
Assistant Professor Paul Wendel offers insight on sustainable living for this article in Wallet Hub.