On March 18th at 8pm at the Church of the Master, the Otterbein Singers will present "Gospel on Broadway". This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Courtright Memorial Library. All donations will go towards the Friends' work of funding a Textbook Affordability Endowment.
Author of the Southern women's fiction series The House on Tradd Street, Karen White loves to write what she refers to as "grit lit", and has recently expanded her genre horizons to include mysteries set in Charleston, South Carolina.
In partnership with Westerville Public Library to celebrate National Library Week, admission includes a free paperback copy of Karen White's 23rd novel and NYT bestseller, The Night the Lights Went Out. You can also borrow the book from the Book Nook here at the Library!
Note: A limited number of tickets are available for free to Otterbein University students, faculty, and staff (book included). To receive a free ticket, you are required to register using the "Otterbein University" discount and will be required to show both your Otterbein University ID and printed or mobile ticket at the door.
*Career Exploration: Wednesday, February 7, 12:30pm-1:00pm, Library #127
Still trying to figure out what you want to do with your life? No worries, the CCPD is here to help! Join us as we discuss the decision making process and review resources detailing career paths for different majors.
Young Alumni Panel: Life After Otterbein: Tuesday, March 20, 5:30pm-6:30pm, Library #127
Get advice and insight from recent graduates as they discuss their paths from Otterbein.
*FYE approved event