OU Celebrates Earth Day 2011

If you’ve Googled anything today, you probably already know that today is Earth Day all over the world.  For more than 40 years, Earth Day has served to promote environmental awareness, education, and moved people  worldwide into action. At Oglethorpe, dozens of Petrels celebrated Earth Day with a poster session at Goslin Hall, where they checked out what …

Registration Moves Online for Fall 2011

Gone are the days of long lines during registration week — because, in less than four weeks, Oglethorpe students will begin registering for classes using OU’s new online registration system. Starting April 4, traditional day students and those in the Master’s program will begin online registration for Fall 2011 using the OASIS database. Gail Meis, Oglethorpe’s Registrar, …

CNN VIPs, Spirited Runners Highlight Oglethorpe Day

On February 9, 2011 Petrels all over the country celebrated Oglethorpe Day, an annual celebration of James Edward Oglethorpe, the university’s namesake and founder of the Georgia colony. On campus, students and staff welomed former CNN President Tom Johnson and current CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen for a lively discussion about their experiences in global media. The  festivities began with the Petrels of …