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  • Beyond Borders — Students to Serve in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico

    This December, nine Olivet College students are traveling to Yabucoa, Puerto Rico to repair homes damaged during Hurricane Maria. This marks the fourth time OC students have performed community service in Puerto Rico in the last year and a half. “Yabucoa was one of the first areas hit by Hurricane Maria in 2016, and it […]

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  • Olivet College Gospel Choir to Perform “The Music of Disney” on Nov. 22 and 23

    The Olivet College Gospel Choir will perform “The Music of Disney” on Friday, Nov. 22 and Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Olivet High School Auditorium, 255 First St., Olivet. Tickets range from $2-$10 and can be purchased at https://bit.ly/2Q5Pf0Q. Proceeds will support the choir’s trip to Italy in March 2020. “With Olivet’s […]

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  • Ash Brokerage Provides JourneyGuide Software to Olivet College

    Recently, Ash Brokerage donated 15 licenses of JourneyGuide software to Olivet College. The software will serve as an important tool in preparing students for professional careers in financial planning. JourneyGuide is a nationally-recognized, comprehensive retirement planning software. “JourneyGuide is an innovative leader in retirement income planning,” said Charles E. Clark, JourneyGuide Planning Software executive vice […]

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  • Olivet College Marching Comets to Perform in Marshall Holiday Parade Dec. 2

    The Olivet College Marching Comets will perform in the Marshall Holiday Parade on Monday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. in downtown Marshall. The parade includes floats, live music, fire trucks and more along Michigan Avenue, traveling from Brooks Fountain to Exchange Street. There is no cost to attend. “The Marching Comets have participated in the […]

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  • Third Annual Olivet College Regional High School Student Art Exhibition

    The Olivet College visual arts program is proud to present the third annual Olivet College Regional High School Student Art Exhibition. High school juniors and seniors from across the state may enter 2D, 3D, ceramics and graphic design artwork to compete for Olivet College talent-based scholarships up to $3,000. Submissions will be accepted from Nov. […]

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  • Making a Difference in a Technology-Driven World

    Senior Justin Lavin has grown up in a technology-driven world, and now he’s preparing for a career in the field to help spread global awareness. This academic year as one of the 2019-20 Cutler Fellows, Justin got a jump start on his goal. “I’ve always had an interest in computers and how they work,” Justin […]

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