24 hours of horror, chills at the Drexel

Horror classics, exclusive premieres, director Q&A, and an autograph session. On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Drexel Theatre kicked-off the 11th annual 24-hour Horror Movie Marathon. Director and cinematographer, Michael Gornick […]

Reflections from the 2019 Democratic Debate

Oct. 15 will go down as a monumental day for many.  For Otterbein University and the cities of Westerville and Columbus, it was a moment in the national spotlight. For […]

It’s Zig-Thirty: My first time at Leipzig Haus

You’ve driven past it countless times. The retro sign, the glass block windows, the tiny parking lot nestled next to a tiny strip mall. It’s the recognizable, student-loved Zig. But […]

Theology for Everybody: “Church”

The word church is quite common in our daily parlance. People talk about going to church or not going to church. People talk about joining a church or leaving a […]

Let’s talk about mental health

According to ActiveMinds.org, suicide is the second leading cause of death of students. College is stressful for a lot of reasons. You’re figuring out who you are, you’re focusing on […]