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Jillian Johnson is Defining Herself in Her Own Right

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...

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Olivet College to Host Alumni Homecoming Art Exhibition

Olivet College to Host Alumni Homecoming Art Exhibition

Olivet College will present work by Jesse M. Bell ’00, Milie Funk ’15, Pamela Gleave ’99, Salina Kalnins ’97 and Mike Vedder ’82 in the Alumni Homecoming Art Exhibition. The exhibit will be open Oct. 3-31 with an artists’ reception on Oct. 12, 5-7 p.m. during the...

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Chad Enwright Deserves His Own Advice Column

Chad Enwright Deserves His Own Advice Column

Chad Enwright isn’t your typical Canadian. Sure, he loves maple syrup and Tim Horton’s is his go-to for a caffeine fix. But when it comes to playing hockey? “I’m like Bambi on ice,” he said. So it’s no wonder the sophomore business administration major has chosen to...

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Five Minutes With Curt Ellis, Associate Professor of Art

Five Minutes With Curt Ellis, Associate Professor of Art

This fall, after five semesters teaching as an adjunct instructor at Olivet, Curt Ellis will join the faculty full-time as associate professor of art. Professor Ellis is dedicated to igniting a passion for art in his students. He hopes they fall in love with art as...

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Olivet College Sets Record for Campaign Fundraising

Olivet College Sets Record for Campaign Fundraising

Olivet College has announced that its ambitious comprehensive campaign raised more than $47.18 million, surpassing its goal of $44 million. The campaign, Responsible Learners — Responsible Leaders: Olivet College 2020 and Beyond, is unprecedented in its boldness,...

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Students Excel in Business Internships

Students Excel in Business Internships

Beloved friend of the College Georgie (Parsell) Murray was troubled by an issue in her town of Northport. As crowds of vacationers visited the beautiful shores of the Leelanu Peninsula each summer, there wasn’t a large enough workforce to keep up with the increased...

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