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  • Senior Brandie Pomeroy — The Great Balancing Act

    Senior Brandie Pomeroy is experiencing college a little differently than most students — and that’s because she’s not just a student. She also serves as a full-time campus safety officer at Olivet College, complimenting her studies as a criminal justice major with concentrations in corrections and law enforcement. Brandie doesn’t feel like she’s missing out […]

  • Senior Brittany Matsumoto — Going for her Goals

    Senior Brittany Matsumoto admits that the transition to college wasn’t easy. She knew a relationship-based college experience would help her reach her goals — but what were those goals? Now, Brittany has customized a unique path of study with a sociology and anthropology major and minors in gerontology and business administration. She hopes to become […]

  • Junior Destiny Clark: Using Her Voice

    Destiny Clark is a junior from Cleveland, Ohio. She is a music major and a psychology minor with a goal to become a music therapist. She is also involved with the Gospel Choir, the Global Citizen Honors Program (GCHP), the President’s Leadership Institute and the Black Student Union. I chose to attend Olivet College because […]

  • Get to Know Junior Griffin Hammond

    Griffin Hammond is a junior from Lapeer studying business administration with a concentration in management. With dreams to play college soccer and an appreciation for relationship-based education, Griffin found it easy to choose to attend Olivet College. He also represents the men’s soccer team on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council and is a member of the […]

  • Leah Miller — Leaving her Comfort Zone

    Junior Leah Miller is a double major in writing and history with a minor in music. She is a part of two music ensembles, the Global Citizen Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Epsilon and the 2019-20 President’s Leadership Institute class. Despite her busy schedule, Leah has even found time to study abroad. Most importantly, Leah says […]

  • Jillian Johnson is Defining Herself in Her Own Right

    If senior Jillian Johnson were a kitchen appliance, she’d be a blender. “I take in healthy information and experiences I have, and when I’m done processing them, I give them out in mentorship,” Jillian said. Jillian first described herself as an appliance during an interview for her current position at Peckham, a nonprofit vocational rehabilitation […]

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