The members of NACE and APO will hosting a drive beginning Monday January 23rd through Monday February 20th to create care packages for military personnel deploying at the end of February. Items needed include the following: razors, toothpaste, tooth brushes, hard candy (no chocolate), q-tips, and finger nail clippers. Drop off location will be in […]
Want to develop your leadership and professional skills? Do you wish to network with top executives in Atlanta? Are you keen on helping the community? Join the OU Rotaract Club for the first meeting!
March to May is a selective mentorship program designed to connect OU students to active members of the OU community who are invested in helping current students explore career options and guide students through career planning and decision-making. Ideal candidates will be currently enrolled in their sophomore, junior, or senior year and are willing to […]
OU Phonathon is hiring! Students who work as part of OU’s Phonathon have the opportunity to connect with Oglethorpe alumni and parents by encouraging their support of OU. Callers work at least two nights a week, scheduling additional shifts when their schedules permit. This position gives students an opportunity to boost their résumés with a PAID on-campus position that […]
Professor Jessica Handler will moderate a panel with local authors Jamie Iredell, Soniah Kamal, and Ajay Vishwanathan to talk about the writing process and the influence each derived from Edwidge Danticat’s memoir, Brother I’m Dying. The NEA “Big Read” is a project of the National Endowment for the Arts to broaden our understanding of our […]
Sign up to play 3v3 basketball on IMleagues.com. Games Start on January 17th.
Planning to produce a publication, poster, t-shirt, etc. using the Oglethorpe name or one of its logos? Be sure to consult the newly updated version of Oglethorpe’s brand standards, published this month by University Communications. The manual outlines how to represent Oglethorpe’s brand and how to use the university’s logos, typeface, and images. Find the updated […]
Oglethorpe Athletics has launched Stormin’ the Nest with AD Hall, a new weekly feature where Athletic Director Becky Hall interviews Stormy Petrel student-athletes about their exploits both on and off the playing field. In the spotlight this week: women’s basketball player Alexandria Brown, a sophomore center from Douglasville, talks about being a Stormy Petrel, her favorite […]
Welcome back, students! As you enroll in your courses for Spring 2017, I wanted to remind you that you may apply to the Honors program in two ways: Any student may apply to convert any existing course to an Honors course. If both you and a faculty member agree on work to be completed to change a […]
Oglethorpe’s Alternative Winter Break group is in New Orleans for the week participating in service, having dialogues with the community, and critical reflection. They completed their first day of service on Wednesday! Throughout the week, they will be blogging and sharing their experiences. Check it out each day. The posts get more in depth as the week progresses […]