Otterbein Crib Sheet

Otterbein Crib Sheet


Created by Otterbein University for our alumni, students, and friends, "Crib Sheet" is your way to stay current with campus news, sports highlights, alumni events and benefits, and much more. The app is also your "real world" crib sheet on topics like money, housing, etiquette, and health insurance.

Recent changes:
* Three new "life 101" topics: Watching Football, Interviewing, and Mortality
* Various bug fixes
* More awesomeness
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4.1
User ratings
7
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
9305 kb
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About Otterbein Crib Sheet
Created by Otterbein University for our alumni, students, and friends, "Crib Sheet" is your way to stay current with campus news, sports highlights, alumni events and benefits, and much more. The app is also your "real world" crib sheet on topics like money, housing, etiquette, and health insurance.

Recent changes:
* Three new "life 101" topics: Watching Football, Interviewing, and Mortality
* Various bug fixes
* More awesomeness

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 4, 2012
So far...so good It's a quick way to keep up with the Cards
A Google User
Oct 4, 2012
So far...so good It's a quick way to keep up with the Cards
A Google User
Sep 10, 2012
love it Keeps me up to date with everything Otterbein. Love the score updates on all athletic teams.
A Google User
Jul 17, 2012
So-so I appreciate being able to keep up with news, but the "crib sheets" need some rewriting, in my opinion. They read as though they were written by a student who thinks they're witty, but instead comes off as snarky and unprofessional.
Vi
Jul 17, 2012
So-so I appreciate being able to keep up with news, but the "crib sheets" need some rewriting, in my opinion. They read as though they were written by a student who thinks they're witty, but instead comes off as snarky and unprofessional.