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Melanie Keusch — Debt-free With a Degree

Senior insurance and risk management major Melanie Keusch has had an engaging and life-changing college experience. She’s completed top-notch leadership opportunities and prestigious internships and built incredible relationships with her classmates and professors. To...

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Emma Schut is Keeping Olivet Beautiful

Rising senior Emma Schut is an accounting major, yet for her, it’s not numbers that matter; it’s words. She knows those words go a long way and advises fellow students to use that gift to spread joy. “Be kind,” Emma said. “Just from everyone I’ve met here and the...

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Trenton Monroe Tackles Storytelling One Olivetian at a Time

You may have heard of the popular online series “Humans of New York.” What you may not have heard of is Trenton Monroe’s spinoff: “Humans of OC.” The senior actuarial science major from Plainwell took a photography class assignment from Daine Pavloski ’13, assistant...

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OC Financial Planning Students Go National

This spring, two Olivet College students hit the national scene at TD Ameritrade Institutional’s annual investment adviser conference, National LINC 2019. Junior Andrew Todd and senior Maia Greer attended the three-day conference in San Diego, including chances to...

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Carol Breed ’98: Family and Insurance Go Hand-in-Hand

Carol Breed ’98 is often renowned for the legacy she left on Olivet College’s insurance and risk management (IRM) program, even now that she’s retired. To Carol, her legacy pales in comparison to the lasting impression Olivet College made on her life. Some of her...

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Defining DIII Through the Eyes of Sarah Feldpausch

This piece was originally written by junior Sarah Feldpausch as a definition essay in her advanced composition class. Sarah is a writing major and business administration minor from Middleville. She is a member of the women’s soccer team, women’s track and field team,...

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