Campers have the opportunity to learn from a collegiate coach who brings a wealth of experience to the game Wes Anania serves as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Oglethorpe and brings his 10+ years of coaching experience to the table when he directs the Nike Soccer Camp at Oglethorpe University this June.
Beneath the Oglethorpe University campus sits the Crypt of Civilization, a time capsule welded shut on May 25, 1940, with instructions that it remain sealed until May 28, 8113. Whatever life form opens the crypt may be puzzled by the artifacts from 1930s America and curious about its creator, Thornwell Jacobs, whose attitudes about Jews, and other minorities, unfortunately can be heard in some quarters today.
Lecture: Elizabeth Peterson, “The Sande Society: Women of the Mende in Sierra Leone” – Global Atlanta
This lecture is presented as part of the exhibition “Stories Without an End: Power, Beauty and Wisdom of Women in African Art of the Mehta Collection” on view through April 21, 2019. Elizabeth H. Peterson is Director of the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. Professor Peterson developed the current exhibition Stories Without and End: Power, …
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CBS 46, and WSB-TV Channel 2 reported on the DeKalb County Health Department’s investigation into student illnesses.
- Oglethorpe was mentioned in the AJC article “Should Spelman, Morehouse and Clark Atlanta merge into one super school?”.
- The March edition of the Brookhaven Buzz features the exhibition “Stories Without an End,” currently on view at the OU Museum of Art.
- NC State University reported that Oglethorpe has joined TheDream.US to offer scholarships to DREAMers.
- Kerensa Wing, principal at Collins Hill High School and an Oglethorpe alumna, was named Georgia Principal of the Year.
- The Fort Bend Star reported that Taahirah O’Neal was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2018 semester.
- The Lebanon Democrat newspaper reported that Karlymarie Dyer was named to the dean’s list for the fall 208 semester