Have you read the latest issue of Oglethorpe’s Carillon magazine? The spring 2013 issue takes focus on our plans for a successful future through the lens of a strategic plan that will lead Oglethorpe into the year 2020. The campus center construction progress is only one of the latest and most visible milestones—and the entire issue is filled with engaging stories about campus life and about alumni and students who are making a life, making a living, and making a difference.
Read a spotlight on the Atlanta Laboratory for Learning (A-Lab), which will be located within the new campus center. It’s hailed as a “new experiential enterprise” that will provide students with a one-stop shop for exceptional experiential learning opportunities—in service, internships, study abroad and more.
Learn more about Pegasus Creative, Oglethorpe’s new on-campus student communications agency, and about the strengthening of Oglethorpe’s international ties through partnerships with Education First (EF) and Global LEAD.
Read about what happened at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Symposium as students presented and shared their own research with the entire campus community.
Check out fascinating alumni spotlights: Linda Sanders Scarborough ’65 and Chris Rylands ’01 discuss the importance of giving back; Joe Sutton ’09 has quickly worked his way up at CNN; Lorna Burrows Gordon ’04 hit the road for seven months, traveling in a retro-fitted bus; and, Charles Allen Stillman, Class of 1841, founded his namesake college!
Find out about the challenges that current students are taking on: the Tiny Homes project, working with Heifer International, and exploring the value of service learning courses.
Read the Carillon magazine here or enjoy the pages of your hard copy at home!