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  • Olivet College’s Best Study Spots— Based on How You Study

    A new semester is coming to Olivet College, and with a new semester comes new projects and homework. As you prepare to tackle assignments, finding a good study system is essential, and where you study can be just as important as how you study. If your spot is too distracting, or too boring, you might […]

  • Eight Little-Known Facts About Olivet College

    Olivet College is over 176 years old, meaning some fun quirks and interesting facts have developed over the decades. Here’s my list sharing the top eight little-known facts Comets should know about Olivet College, especially new students who are moving onto campus for the first time. Library Floor Names Burrage Library is a pillar of […]

  • Meet Rising Senior Julia Bidelman, Media Production and Communication Major

    Rising senior Julia Bidelman is a media production and communication major from Genesee. She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Epsilon Greek society, The Echo student newspaper, the WOCR student radio station, the Optimist Club and the Difference Makers service learning program. She is also Olivet College’s first-ever OC student media social media coordinator. […]

  • Meet Senior Thomas Krug, Biology and Environmental Science Major

    Meet senior Thomas Krug, a biology and environmental science major from Battle Creek. Thomas is a transfer student, and through a winding path found his way back in the pool swimming for the Comets. “When I decided to transfer from the first university I attended, I initially thought about joining the Navy,” Thomas said. “So, […]

  • Rising Junior Erin Brady — The Past Two Years

    As she enters her second to last year at Olivet College, rising Junior Erin Brady has been looking back at her time at Olivet. Her experiences with service and student groups and the support she found have all have a profound impact on her. Erin is an actuarial science major and a computer science minor, […]

  • Hiram Archer Student Success Academy Makes Its Return

    Founded in 2016 as the Hiram Archer Society, the Hiram Archer Student Success Academy (HASSA) is a mentorship and support group for students of color on campus. While not active in recent years, the group is planning on making a comeback this fall semester, with rising junior Destinee Hawkins as president and Joshua Gillespie, coordinator […]

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