Train travel around the US

In the 1800’s, as steam power powered the world, trains were the only way to travel in America. They offered a faster, more comfortable, and affordable way to travel across the country than the horse drawn wagons that served as the alternatives. While today, it is usually easier to travel

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Meet the Roommate

It is normal to feel nervous about living with a new roommate in college. Whether it is a friend or a randomly assigned person, they say you don’t know really know someone until you’ve lived with them. Cassie Zentner, recent Norwin High School (Pennsylvania) graduate will be starting school at

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Getting Around Campus without a Car

Getting around within the United States, without a car, can seem like a daunting task. America is a car-nation, as the evolution of drive-in movies, drive-through restaurants, and car side to-go service has proven. Despite all of this, not all American college students own cars. In fact, many colleges do

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Otterbein College

‹ Previous Page The Culture at Otterbein Otterbein puts a lot of emphasis on allowing its students to “be themselves,” and because of this, the college has spent a lot of time in making the campus as friendly as possible. There are a lot of green spaces for students to

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Otterbein College – Intro

Type: Liberal Arts, 4-year college Setting: Suburban setting Size: a little bit less than 3000 students total Cost: $34,926 per year(including tuition/room/board) Degree offerings: Bachelor’s, Master’s Hello! I hope you’ve had a chance to meet me already. Today we will be touring Otterbein College, located in  Westerville, Ohio (a town

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