Ian Harrah, son of Dee and Ken Harrah, has received a Schubert Honors Scholarship from Ohio Wesleyan University.

The $18,000 scholarships are awarded to high school students in recognition of their outstanding academic performance and extracurricular involvement. All recipients are also accepted into the OWU honors program.

Harrah is a student at Westerville South High School.

Otterbein College has announced its winter quarter dean's list.

Westerville residents named to the list were Elizabeth Angelone, Thomas Beck, Patricia Begazo, Kara Collins, Cameron Conard, Jessica Conley, Chelsea Dempsey-Saunders, Kristen Foster, Hannah Hawkinberry, Whitney Hayes, Timothy Kincer, Anthony Korpieski, Lauren Kresicher, Maureen Kuisti, Chelsie Lakeman, Derek Landes, Molly LeGros, Lauren Miller, Sarah Nealon, Andrea Pautsch, Abraham Pickering, Sean Pomeroy, Andrea Ponticello, Jennifer Powers, Brooke Richards, Elizabeth Robinson, Ethan Shivener, Constance Snider, Lauren Tsen, Danielle Webster, Kristin Yarger and Rachael Youmans. Students must maintain a 3.6 grade point average to qualify for the list.

Trent Sahlin, a student at Purdue University, has received a $1,000 Actuarial Scholarship from S. C. International Ltd.

Sahlin, of Westerville, has been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa honors society, is on the dean's list, is a member of the Purdue Actuary Club and has interned for Hewitt Associates and Nationwide Financial.

Jack Denzinger of Westerville is the student sound designer for Otterbein College's production of "Dead Man's Cell Phone." The production will be staged April 29-May 1 and May 7-8. Denzinger is a junior theatre design major.