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Oglethorpe in the news: Jan 18-24

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3 Small Colleges in the South Take 3 Very Different Approaches

Administration Premium content for subscribers. Subscribe Today Agnes Scott College, in Decatur, Ga., unveiled a pioneering “signature program,” Summit, in 2015. Promising to educate young women for roles as global leaders, Summit includes a refocused curriculum, foreign travel for all first-year students…

Capitol City Opera Company To Present GIANNI SCHICCHI and BUOSO’S GHOST

Old meets new when Capitol City Opera Company (CCOC) presents the continuing saga of the Donati family in two comedic one-act operas, Giacomo Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Michael Ching’s Buoso’s Ghost on Friday, March 22 at 8 p.m., Saturday, March 23 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m.

Hotel redevelopment plans gets OK for Brookhaven City Hall site

The city gave the green light to plans to build mixed-use development, including a six-story hotel, on a section of Peachtree Road where Brookhaven City Hall now sits. The city has a lease with property owner Delta Life Insurance for the City Hall building until 2024.

Law on Campus with President Schall of Oglethorpe University

In this episode of Law Talk with BJ, trial attorney BJ Bernstein talks with President Schall of Oglethorpe University about Law on Campus, including Title IX changes.

Other News

Alumni

  • DeShawn Dominique Jenkins joined the Alliance Française d’Atlanta in 2018 as their new Executive Director.
  • Marie Cruzado-Jeanneau, a bilingual outreach specialist with Agape Youth and Family Center, was featured in the Atlanta magazine article “The bittersweet stories of Atlanta’s DACA recipients“.
  • Tedd Weitzmann is the newest Principal Consultant at Construct-X, with expertise in the areas of information management and business process development.
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