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Mark Moskowitz ’82 Shares Perspectives with Israeli-Palestinian History Class

Mark Moskowitz ’82 has served as southern regional director of the Anti-Defamation League since 2014 and has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector. But yesterday, he found himself back in an Oglethorpe classroom. Moskowitz, who majored in political science at Oglethorpe, offered his expertise and perspective with students enrolled in the class “The History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” …

Presidents’ Dinner Recognizes Student Leadership

On January 26, President Larry Schall hosted the first annual Presidents’ Leadership Dinner in collaboration with Senior Class President Alex Attebery ’16. The event, held in the Turner Lynch Campus Center, was attended by more than 80 Oglethorpe student leaders, faculty and staff members and was organized to recognize exceptional leadership within the student body. Oglethorpe Board Chair Ceree Eberly, …

Atlanta: The College Grad’s Best Friend | KNOWAtlanta

From KNOWAtlanta: When it comes to reasons why Atlanta is a top city for college students and young professionals, the evidence is in the accolades. Forbes ranks Atlanta on its “Best Cities and Neighborhoods for Millennials” and third “Best City for Young Entrepreneurs.” Quality, competitive education and high quality of life for young professionals is …

Oglethorpe University Announces Fall 2015 Dean’s List

The Dean’s Academic Honors List recognizes students who achieved at least a 3.50 term grade-point average, while earning 12 or more semester hours. For the 2015 fall semester, the academic performance of 289 students merited recognition on the dean’s list. “Congratulations on your excellent performance this past semester!” wrote Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs Glenn …