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  • Junior Taytum Myers has Advice for You

    Junior Taytum Myers is an exercise science major and sports psychology minor from Brethren. She especially enjoys sharing her story in order to inspire and motivate others. Hear what Taytum has to say on… College Advice: My number one piece of advice for high school students is “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” College is a […]

  • Conserving the World Around Us: What one Student is Doing to Influence the Environment

    Senior Abigail Slater has completed three internships, spent countless hours in the classroom studying environmental science and biology, and traveled to Mexico for a guest semester at the Kino Bay Center, but she isn’t stopping there. This academic year, Slater is leading a research project to monitor birds in the Olivet area. With guidance from […]

  • Lillian Albaugh — Shooting for Success

    During just her first year at Olivet, Lillian Albaugh made an impressive stake in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). She finished her shot put season in 11th place at the 2019 NCAA DIII Outdoor Track and Field Championships. “The reason why I joined the track team at Olivet […]

  • Savannah Hickman ’19 The Olivet Experience is Anything But Routine

    In just a few years’ time, Savannah Hickman ’19 moved from Akron, Ohio, to Chicago, Illinois, started college in Wisconsin and finally landed at Olivet College. While the process wasn’t simple, Savannah knows she ended up in the perfect spot. “Unlike big schools, Olivet College has the flexibility to allow you to participate in nearly […]

  • Music to Her Ears: Tori John Embraces Olivet’s Musical Community

    When rising junior Tori John started band in fifth grade, her instrument was bigger than she was. Though she’s grown a bit since then, Tori still holds the same passion for playing her baritone saxophone. At Olivet, Tori has continued her musical journey, now participating in Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, the Marching Comets and the […]

  • Comet Volunteers Make a Difference at the Special Olympics

    Special Olympics Michigan (SOMI) recently hosted the State Summer Games, the organization’s largest annual event. The event draws 2,900 SOMI athletes along with an additional 3,400 coaches, volunteers, chaperones, family members and spectators each year. Eight Comets proudly served among the volunteers and chaperones, including Jaylin Alexander, Logan Beaudoin, Lucas Bunn, Dylan Gann, Devin Pascavage, […]

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