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Cardy 2012. We leads the party we all believe in - the Cardy Party! Homecoming is September 21-22. 2012
Homecoming 2012
Exhibits and Tours
Registration and Hotels
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Cardy Tours

Visit new spaces and favorite places!

These buildings will be open for you to walk through from 9 to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

  • Art & Communication Building
  • Clements Recreation Center
  • Courtright Memorial Library
  • Otter Bean Café
  • OtterDen
  • Otterbein Bookstore
  • Philomathean Room
  • Science Center
  • Towers Hall
  • Roush Hall

Self-guided tour sheets and maps to the Center for Equine Studies will be available at the Campus Center. Guided campus tours start at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Otter Bean (main entrance of the Library).

Exhibits and Tours
Note: All of the exhibits listed below are included in the Otterbein Gallery Hop.
When: Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Starting at the Otter Bean/Library entrance

Tan & Cardinal Sports Photography Exhibit
Join T&C alumni for a show of sports photos, from early football coverage to images from the first lacrosse season.
When: Reception Thursday, September 20, at 7 p.m. (Exhibit runs August through December 2012.)
Where: Becker Gallery, Library

Otterbein Alumni Authored Book Display of the Month
Where: Courtright Memorial Library, first floor

Pictorial History of Otterbein University from 1847-2011
Sponsored by the Class of 1956
Where: Roush Hall, third floor

"All White" Costume Exhibit
Items from 1890 to 1920.
Where: Roush Hall, second floor

Makaibari Diary: A Reciprocal Tourist's Gaze
Gretchen Stevens Cochran's sabbatical exhibition explores the reciprocal nature of a "tourist's gaze" exchanged with the women who pluck tea in the Makaibari Tea Gardens in Darjeeling, India.
Where: Miller Gallery, Art & Communication Building

Tales of Slavery and Deliverance
Stewart Goldman's etchings and essays of the memories of Dr. Anna Ornstein's experiences with her mother in the concentration camp in Auschwitz.
Where: Fisher Gallery, Roush Hall

Presidents' Gallery
19 Otterbein presidents, 19 stories, one Presidents' Gallery
Where: Towers Hall, second floor

Go ahead, take a walk down memory lane!

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