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  • Otterbein Partnering with Ohio University to Offer Early Assurance Program

    Otterbein Partnering with Ohio University to Offer Early Assurance Program
  • Student Teacher Helps Plant the Seed of Friendship

    As part of their student teaching experience, Otterbein University education majors are required to complete a community service project within the school community. This fall, senior, early education major, Jessica Irwin, collaborated with first-grade teachers and students at Mark Twain Elementary School in Westerville, OH to create a friendship garden in memory of their classmate Tucker Northeimer, who was killed in a car accident in December 2012.
  • Alumnus Reflects on Losing His Voice for the Bucks

    While the more than 100,000 people who attend Ohio State’s football games are focused on the field during game time, there’s one voice that reaches out to all of them. That’s the voice of Bob Kennedy, the OSU public address announcer.
  • Theatre Alumnus Takes the Stage in Elf Tour

    Over the past 10 years, the movie Elf, starring Will Ferrell, has become a holiday favorite. This holiday season, Kyle McIntire ’12 is taking the stage in a winter wonderland alongside Buddy the Elf in the national tour of the musical, Elf.
  • I am a Painter

    Artistic, curious, and caring, Kathleen Quigley has certainly painted a great picture of what her Otterbein experience has looked like.
  • I am an Equestrian

    Working with horses had always been Danielle O'Callaghan's childhood dream. At Otterbein, she has realized her dream and so much more.
  • PR Students Pay Tribute to WWII Veterans

    Working in collaboration with State Representative, Anne Gonzales (R-Westerville and 2004 Otterbein graduate), Otterbein public relations students paid tribute to two central Ohio World War II veterans, in their 90s, at a news conference, for which the students pitched the media, hosted and created all materials.
  • Students Present Posters to Columbus Zoo Curators

    First-year zoo and conservation science majors had the opportunity to present group poster projects to Columbus Zoo and Aquarium curators during spring semester. The projects were a culmination of the students’ observation, data collection and data analysis of their animal of choice at the Zoo.
  • Communication Students Learn Life Lessons in D.C.

    Three Otterbein communication students recently ventured to Washington, D.C., for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour to see first-hand the communication workings of our government from different perspectives.
  • Otterbein Music Alumni Updates

    See where Otterbein music alumni are now.
  • Otterbein Orchestra Updates, Fall 2013

    See what's happening with Otterbein's orchestra.
  • Radio Executive Returns to Where It All Began

    When Emily Boldon was at Otterbein University in the mid 1990s, she chose communication as a major because she knew she was good at talking. What she didn’t know was that 20 years later, not only would she still be talking, but she would be honored as one of the most influential women in radio in 2013.
  • I am a Student-Athlete

    Brooke Albright was able to meet her academic, athletic, community service and career goals as a student-athlete at Otterbein.
  • I am a Free Spirit

    When it comes to choosing a college, we know there are a lot of options to consider. Jacqlyn Schott didn’t even consider Otterbein until a prom-dress shopping trip to Columbus, Ohio got her on campus.
  • I am an Adult Learner

    Let’s face it - college students are busy. This reality may hold most true for adult learners, like Jacqueline Bravo, who are trying to balance a full-time job, children, a spouse, a home and school. Otterbein University understands that adult learners have a lot on their plate, and it is committed to supporting its students every step of the way.
  • I Am a Conductor

    Jared Joseph gave a lot of thought to his college decision. It would be one of the most important decisions of his life. And before he even started at Otterbein, he got a taste of the personal time and attention he would receive as a student on campus.
  • I Am a Sorority Sister

    For many students, it is hard to venture away from the high school and childhood friends. However, it can also be an opportunity to meet new people and expand your horizons. That’s how Jenna saw it, and that’s why she joined Greek life.
  • I am a Broadcaster

    At Otterbein, students don’t have to wait until they are upperclassmen to start gaining experience in their field. In the highly competitive field of broadcasting, Josh Overholser will have an advantage over his peers, because of all the hands-on, professional experience he has gained as a student at Otterbein.