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  • Non-profit job and internship fair brings students opportunities Feb. 17
  • A heart-to-heart Talk with graduate nursing students Suzette and Stephen Maynard
  • Otterbein University Theatre Presents 'Is He Dead?'
  • Otterbein OATA moves on to regional quiz bowl
  • Tau Delta sorority becomes gender neutral
  • Two students helped NFL star’s foundation as part of communication practicum
  • A Love letter from Otterbein this February
  • First Year Students Compete in Engineering Contest
  • News & Events

  • TowersInSnow
    The Office of Diversity will host free public events to honor Black History Month.
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  • OTT Is He Dead_3
    A young painter fakes his death in the name of love in Otterbein University Theatre's production of "Is He Dead?"
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  • HanbyHouse
    Black History Month: Hanby House was a stop on the Underground Railroad and the home of one of Otterbein's first trustees.
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  • Miguel Martinez-Saenz
    Otterbein Provost Miguel Martinez-Saenz discusses the importance of increased diversity in higher education learning environments.
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  • Cuban Art
    Otterbein tells the story of Cuba through visual arts, music performances and critical dialog about the complex nation’s history.
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  • LaTriceSmall
    Associate Professor La Trice Washington talks to the Christian Science Monitor about political polarization.
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  • Share a Swipe
    Otterbein students helped ensure their classmates had enough to eat this holiday season by sharing their extra swipes.
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  • DillieTheDeer
    Veterinarian Melanie Butera ’81 has penned a new book about her blind pet, Dillie the Deer.
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